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    Found on barleyfoods.com and adapted to our tastes. You can make your barley in advance to cut cooking itme.

    Recipe #252044

    The sauce for this lasagna is stolen from Recipe #236876, except I nixed the salt due to dietary needs.

    Recipe #237601

    From BHG. I replaced some of the sugar with Splenda. This was supposed to make 10 servings, but a 9 inch round pan is only 4-6 servings in our dessert loving house!

    Recipe #233667

    From a Thanksgiving recipe book published by Jennie O Turkey. You will need a Jello mold, or use a nicely shaped bowl. The original recipe calls for the full sugar versions of the ingredients and suggested topping this with raspberries (maybe in another climate... November in the Midwest does not involve any raspberries worth eating). I haven't made this yet but I'm excited to try it!

    Recipe #225191

    Recipe #156331, re-posted the way that I make it, so that I could get accurate nutrition info. Both recipes make 6 servings, but the original has 156 calories per serving, and this variation has just 50 (adding in the calories from Splenda).

    Recipe #220352

    Cook time is chill time. Using a crust will more than DOUBLE your calories, fat, and sugar.

    Recipe #200216

    Slightly lowered carbs than regular pancakes, but taste the same. You really can't lower the carbs any more than this without affecting taste and texture. The nutrition information is calculated using regular milk. If you use Hood Carb Countdown milk, then the carb count for the whole recipe is reduced by 9 grams.

    Recipe #200215

    Slightly adapted from the Food Network's "Low Carb and Loving It". Recipe is posted using regular milk in order to get nutrition info-using low-carb milk will lower net carbs per muffin by about 1.

    Recipe #200213

    From the good people at Atkins Nutritionals, finally, a crust that does not require any mixes.

    Recipe #198384

    Good for cheesecake and pumpkin or Jello pudding pies, but not strong enough for a pie with runny/loose filling. Do NOT substitute margarine or oil for the butter. (learned this the hard way).

    Recipe #193530

    Muffins that are easy to grab in the morning and so diet-friendly it's disgusting. Flax also has tons of omega 3's-it's one of the few non-fish sources. ***NOTE*** Looking for a light, sweet, dessert muffin that's basically pound cake in a paper cup? Keep searching! Looking for health and weight loss? Give these a whirl.

    Recipe #191701

    I used to make marshmallow fluff and cream cheese dip (aka Heart Attack in a Bowl), but switched to this diet version. This is sweet, rich, and creamy.

    Recipe #181905

    This recipe is taken from Recipe 84516, Low Carb Pizza, which is very tasty. I made some modifications to lower the number of calories. The original called for heavy cream, but most grocery stores now carry low-carb milk (Hood brand, green and blue cartons). Chicken and broccoli are a great finish on this "crust".

    Recipe #177618

    This macaroni salad is appropriate for just about any diet-Atkins, Weight Watchers, South Beach, you name it.

    Recipe #165865

    A restaurant near my house started serving this, and it was so yummy, I had to ask what was in it! This makes a great veggie side, and with the cheese, kids will eat it without asking questions. Depending on your taste, you can use regular sour cream, light sour cream, or butter.

    Recipe #161932


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