From Diabetic Living, this is great. They say: "Instead of using loads of calorie-laden regular sour cream, we lightened these enchiladas with a creamy filling that includes only a wisp of light sour cream." Works for me.
Starch (d.e.) 1,
Vegetables (d.e.) .5,
Very Lean Meat (d.e.) 2,
Fat (d.e.) 1
All the glaze recipes i found called for icing sugar or fat or loads of calories. In utter frustration I took my Recipe #241843 #241843, played with it and made a glaze that was yummy and oh so guilt free.
This amount is equal to 1 can of Eagle Brand (sweetened condensed milk). I found this recipe Obesity Help. This recipe was posted by ellie443. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.
A must for Holiday baking. YES! It’s that time of year! I don’t know how many times I’ve looked at a luscious recipe with adoration, only to discover that it’s main ingredient is sweetened condensed milk. AKKKK, In the weight-loss surgery lifestyle there is no room for so much sugar – or in a diabetics meal-plan, or for those who just don’t want the sugar-coma that comes from eating it! Recipes for homemade are all over and it’s very easy to make it no sugar added. (It will never be sugar free…simply because there is lactose (milk sugar) in the milk powder. But that is fine…those hit our system slowly and shouldn’t cause a problem.). This recipe makes just barely shy of a standard can of the gorgeous stuff…so use it in any recipe calling for the real-deal and you’ll be just fine. This is best if you use it right away because it gets very thick as it sits. You can store it in the fridge and gently reheat to bring to pouring consistency. If it’s still too thick add a tablespoon or so of boiling water. **I use a generic brand (Walmart’s Great Value) of dry milk powder and it always works great. However when I used the Milkman brand (in an orange box) it was way too thick…and got THICKER when I microwaved it to make it thinner!! I found this recipe on Living Thin. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.
Choose your flavor! We keep a variety of flavors in the fridge and eat these all day long. You can purchase plastic squirt bottles from a craft store or the craft dept of Walmart at a cost of about $1 each. NOTE: A package of Kool Aid is .14 oz but zaar changes it to 1/4 oz. :/