A great snack for when you want something salty and delicious but don't want the load of calories that normally comes with crispy snacks. Even those not watching thier caloric intake will love these so make a big batch. feel free to experiment with different seasonings. Garlic, cayenne, Italian blends and lemon pepper are some suggestions. ***note*** If you want larger chips use a japanese daikon radish. The taste and texture will be the same.
Great frozen-ahead day-starters! Easy to make, with a yield of 18-24 muffins, depending on how full you fill the muffin cups. We started with TGirl's Banana Muffins recipe, Recipe #56480 for anyone who wants them in their original form from TGirl, tripled the recipe, and altered it to suit our own tastes. You can also add in 1 teaspoon lemon extract for a wonderful lemony banana muffin, or 2/3 cup minced fresh pineapple, or both! We hope you enjoy them.
I've recently gone on the south beach diet and have lost 11 pounds to date.
This recipe looks so tasty and I can't wait to try it. Being that so many desserts are so filled with carbs I was delighted to find this recipe. So you can have your cake and eat it too!
I don't eat dairy so I'm going to substitute all the dairy with non-dairy ingredients.
These are low-fat and low-sugar, which is good for us diabetics. I use a little real sugar with the Splenda, because the texture turns out better, and my blood-sugar levels are under control, but some diabetics may want to use a cup of Splenda and no brown sugar. (or use Splenda Brown Sugar Blend-I have never used it so don't know the proportions)
Another Atkins friendly flax recipe from the Atkins site, which I find easy to do, as I hate baking! If you're not low-carbing the flax is still very good for you so you could give them a try. I love them with butter or cream cheese. They taste like bran muffins to me. Not too sweet either.
This is being posted per a request. Recipe is printed in the SBD book page 182. Also listed is a Lime Zest version, an Almond and a Vanilla version. We have only tried the Mocha as this is our first week on SBD. Hope you enjoy and it satisfies your choco craving.
These are very healthy. When I make them I usually eat a large square for breakfast, and then eat a few squares every few hours as snacks. They actually taste like dessert, but they're healthy enough to eat for a meal. This is a revised recipe that I got from the back of Seven in the Morning cereal.