Adapted from a few recipes I found around here and there. Uses a 8x8 pan, and some soy milk, traditionally, but you can use 0% fat free milk instead. Makes a great snack, and is actually quite low in sat. fats. You
I almost never make a shake or smoothie without silken tofu now, it just makes it taste so much creamier ^__^ Sometimes I add a banana for extra enjoyment. It tastes even better with flavoured yogurts, like cappuccino. Just a note: nesquik syrup is vegan friendly, and has no artificial sweeteners.
Quick, delicious, healthy and filling. All the things I look for in a bowl of oatmeal. (Dessert oatmeal tip: Add 1 tsp. cocoa powder, 1 tsp milk and cover with 1 tbsp raisins, chocolate chips or almonds) Recipe can also be prepared dry ahead of time and stored in sandwich bags.
To top off whole wheat pizza dough, or rotini/fusilli pasta noodles. (Note for dieters: If you're adding 1/2 cup of shredded cheese, it's only going to add about 100-120 calories to the entire sauce, and 10g. of fat. That's actually pretty low once divided amongst the pizza.)
Made this over a thousand times now, and I never get tired of it! Takes care of my appetite and sweet cravings, with no fat and little calories. Sometimes I'll even add half a banana or 20-25 blueberries to change it up a bit, or even 1/4 cup of pomegranate juice. This makes 1 HUGE serving, or just add 2 more strawberries and use 1/2 a cup of milk instead of 1/3 and you'll get 2 medium servings.
Soooo good! And only 70calories per slice (at an average of 8 slices, and sauce that has 60cal. per 1/2 cup), it's fantastic. Although I did burn the bottom of the pizza the first time I made it, this pizza tastes just as good as the market restaurant I went to in central Toronto; a thin crust delight that's sure to please. (Note: Add 1/2 a tsp. more yeast for bigger crust)
More of a waffle dough, so it's not really a western recipe, but more in the style of a japanese waffle, which I think taste much better, this dough turns out rather... fleecy. They are non-oil, butter free, only uses egg white. The waffle is super yummy if take 1/4 tsp of brown sugar or cinnamon and roll it into the middle of the dough before placing in the iron. Use 1 egg white for a thicker waffle, 2 for a thinner waffle.
I have edited this recipe, after months and months (and months) of making and perfecting smoothie recipes. All through last autumn to this spring. By summer, they'll be perfect. I hope you like this low calorie shake, it's gone through alot of testing! By the way, I only use half a banana to cut down on a few calories, but if you want the whole banana, go right ahead!
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