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3/9/11 11:13 P

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Today I tried the Tuna Burgers. Not a bad idea. Instead of the pickles I did put in some pickled cabbage. I don't branch out much with what I eat so this will be a good challenge for me.

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3/6/11 4:52 P

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I like to cook quinoa, and store it in the frig, in sealed container.

portabello mushrooms about 1/2 cup cut finely,
onions 1/2 " " "
celery 1/2" " "

cooked in 1/4 cup of water, in iron frying pan, until cooked,place 1/4 cup of quinoa, over veggies mixing gently into it, slide to leave hole in the center, for one or two eggs, as whites are cooking, push mixture into whites to cook them quicker from the top and form a nest around the yolks, sprinkle with dash of tumeric, cayenne pepper, thyme, cumin, parsley flakes and cilantro, either cover for a short period or flip over and remove from pan seconds after you flip it, so have plate ready. That way you will have the yolk to break and enjoy all of the nest of veggies& quinoa. So good

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3/5/11 2:01 P

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The crock pot pork chops and cauliflower "mashed potatoes" sound so good.

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3/2/11 8:54 A

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I am finding that I am really loving the low carb stuff!! Unfortunately since I am moving this week, I am trying to eat my way through the freezer (cuts down on dishes!) and so can't make any new recipes! However, I have lost 2.5 pounds this week!!

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2/18/11 12:57 P

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Thanks to all of you who've shared a recipe or two! I look forward to trying them out!! This is such a great challenge!!!

I had a pretty good start for our 1st week exercise challenge! I'm looking forward to trying a few new healthy recipes this week!! Best wishes to us all!!!



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2/16/11 9:52 P

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I made peanut butter cookies as a special valentines day gift to my husband. I used almond flour and splenda and they turned out really well.

We also had shrimp rockefeller for dinner last night. Tomorrow night is salmon fillets with asparagus. Yum!



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2/16/11 8:56 P

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The recipe with the ginger sounds really good but I am not fond of parsnips. One thing I really like is getting creative with a salad: spinach, strawberries (5 quartered), cherry tomatoes (8,halved), cucumber (1/2, 1/2slices), orange sections that I have cut into threes. I put chili pepper flakes on it, about a 1/2 tsp of salt, mix it up and have that for a meal, saving protein for later. I usually end up eating only half and save the rest for dinner.

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2/13/11 4:51 A

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Last night for supper I made a sidedish with parsnips. The recipe is here on SP:

recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
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I substituted olive oil for the canola, and omitted the salt (didn't miss it, either). Instead of mincing or crushing the ginger, I used the vegetable peeler to 'shave' small, thin pieces off a bit of root. This made lots for us, and I'm going to make a soup out of the leftovers. Parsnips are one of the few 'starchy' foods that don't seem to spike my BG, at least not the way white potatoes can, tho I am careful to have them infrequently and in small doses.
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2/12/11 4:39 P

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My two favorite recipes were the Crockpot Pork Chops and the Sweet Potato Fries.
I'm looking forward to trying a few more.

Those meringue cookies will definately be one to try.

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2/9/11 12:20 P

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There are a lot of meringue cookie recipes on Sparks to choose from.I found a few I really liked. The recipe I usually follows comes from Splenda:

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A few tips - don't make on a rainy day,use the parchment paper, leaving them over night really helps crisp them up, fold in some unsweetened coconut or mini chocolate chips if desired. If you make these up in the evening you won't have to worry about tying up the oven all day.

Make a larger one and top with berries and whipped cream for Valentines day.

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2/8/11 8:42 P

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I found this recipe and it is really good!

APRICOT-LEMON CHICKEN
1 teaspoon curry powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon freshley ground black pepper
4 (6 ounce) skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
Cooking Spray
1/3 cup apricot spread
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
2 tablespoons water
2 teaspoons grated lemon rind

1. Combine first 3 ingredients in a small bowl; rub mixture over chicken
2. Place a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Coat pan with cooking spray. Cook chicken 6 minutes on each side or until done. Remove chicken from pan and keep warm.
3. Add apricot spread, lemon juice, and 2 tablespoons water to pan, stirring until smooth.
Cook over medium heat 1 minute. Spoon sauce over chicken, sprinkle with lemon rind.
(Yield 4 servings (serving size: 1 chicken breast half and about 1 1/2 tablespoons apricot-lemon sauce))

Per serving: Calories: 245~~Fat: 2g (sat 0.6g)~~Protien 39.4 g~~Carbs:14.5g~~Fiber 0.3g~~Sugar 10.9g~~Cholestrol 99mg~~Iron 1.4mg~~Sodium 402mg~~Calcium 24mg

Serve with steamed asparagus, wild rice and a small mixed green salad with light dressing.
Just watch your rice serving!!

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2/8/11 8:19 A

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Tried a spaghetti squash combination...liked all the parts but wasn't wild about them together. Will try again with some changes.

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2/7/11 11:29 P

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My two favorites were the Crockpot Pork Chops and the Chicken & Broccoli Casserole. Easy and delicious.



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2/7/11 9:35 P

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I had the cheese quesadilla for breakfast. Instead of cooking with butter. I warmed it in the microwave. I also used Ole or La Badita Xtreme Wellness High Fiber Low Carb Tortilla. It only has 5 carbs and 1 WW PointsPlus.

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2/7/11 9:03 P

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I just had the Salsa Chicken from sp recipes. It was delicious! 1/2 salsa per chicken breast. Add any veggies you wish and you can top with some low fat mozarella cheese. Cover and bake at 400 degrees for one hour! Yummy :)

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Robin, thanks for posting the link to your accumulated recipes. Is there a way to favorite it?

Also, great idea to add pumpkin to cake mix. I think I'll try that this weekend.

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2/7/11 10:05 A

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I didn't actually follow a recipe, but did get an idea from SP recipes. I was looking for something to make with broccoli that I had and some leftover brown rice. It actually turned out OK. I just took 1 cup of brown rice that was already cooked up from a previous meal, 2 cups of frozen chopped broccoli (I cooked it, then drained it). I just put the broccoli (10 oz package) in a casserole and microwaved it according to directions. Then I added the rice. I chopped up 3 oz. turkey ham, shredded 2 oz. of American cheese, added 1/2 cup of lite sour cream. Popped it in a 425 degree oven for 30 minutes. Quick and easy. It makes 3 to 4 servings. I'm considering it 3, as I'm usually short on calories at the end of the day.

I actually don't eat out much, I do need to investigate new recipes. I just need to find the recipes first and then shop for ingredients instead of trying to make things from what I have available.

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2/7/11 12:31 A

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Yesterday for lunch I made myself a salad of mixed baby greens, blueberries, a few large strawberries chopped, a tomato, a kiwi and a coulpe tablespoons of sunflower seeds. I topped it off with a fat free rasberry vinegarete---it was very tasty and will definately have this again.

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2/6/11 10:09 P

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I made the cauliflower soup. Very easy and you can adapt it in many ways.

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2/5/11 11:09 P

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I tried the chili potatoes from the earlier link posted by COOLMAMA11, and they were a big hit. Very tasty and filling! I'm definitely going to try a few more recipes from that collection.

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2/5/11 12:31 A

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I made a salad with every veg. in the produce section, added shrimp and a little margarine. it was good. I have enough to last a week! emoticon

Hi, I just want to wish everyone a well and healthy life, I know here at Spark People, we will success ed in doing just that!


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I made a salad with every veg. in the produce section, added shrimp and a little margarine. it was good. I have enough to last a week! emoticon

Hi, I just want to wish everyone a well and healthy life, I know here at Spark People, we will success ed in doing just that!


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2/4/11 12:03 A

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Kale Chips

I saw this on Hungry Girl ( a show on the cooking channel). I was really not expecting to like these but they are delicious!

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and then take a bunch of kale, cut out the stems and tear into bite size pieces. Wash and dry well (I used my salad spinner). Spray with an olive oil mister (or you could drizzle it over the lease and toss them well. Place on a shallow baking pan and roast for 15 minutes until crisp. Be careful not to burn them.

They become extremely crispy and fun to munch.

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2/3/11 1:09 P

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Hi Everyone, I think I posted this on the wrong thread.

I tried the Lemon Garlic Tilapia for dinner last night,a Spark recipe. It was delicious too. If you like fish this is a quick and easy meal to prepare. (This was Tuesday post)

I made another Spark recipe for a snack, Lime Shrimp. I got sneaky and made it for DH lunch. He really enjoyed it because I used the shrimp as a filling for tacos and I had one as a snack. I used shredded cabbage and added 1 tbs of guacamole. Not your usual snack fare, but I tracked it.



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2/3/11 1:22 A

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Today I made fauxtatoes a.k.a mashed cauliflower. I didn't follow a SP recipe, but I used it for inspiration.

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Oddly enough, sweet potatoes are lower in carbs and higher in fibre. And they taste sweeter. I love it when a plan comes together.



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2/2/11 8:34 P

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I tried the baked Chili Lime Sweet Potato "fries" recipe I found through the low-carb recipe link and really liked the Chili Lime flavor. I am not sure if it is "low-carb" however, since sweet potatoes are high-carb, although also packed with other healthy nutrients. But, it made a nice side dish to our roast beef & green beans. Plus, my husband is very picky and it helps me to have side options that can be cooked at the same time/way as his. I used a regular potato for him.

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2/2/11 10:57 A

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It's freezing cold here and I tried lentil soup. It was great! This encouragement to cook and eat at home is just what I need!

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2/2/11 10:55 A

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Like you, I love the variety and all the support. I also love the quote on your post - "We all have a past, the story of which is already written. However, our future is full of blank pages waiting to record our life’s journey." Our future IS full of blank pages and we can make important changes (sometimes big and sometimes little) to make the future look very different from the past. Yahoo!

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2/1/11 1:10 P

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Thank you for adding a link to a collection of low-carb Spark recipes! I just looked through some of them and they look tasty, easy and include a nice variety! I can't wait to try them. I really appreciate the support and suggestions!
:) Susie

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2/1/11 12:15 P

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Love the collection of recipes that was provided in the Week 2 email.

My favourite recipes are from cookbooks called Choice Menus, More Choice Menus and Choice Menus Presents (for 2 people). They are published in conjunction with the Canadian Diabetes Association.

Not only do they include great recipes but pick and choose menus for 3 meals a day and snacks. These are small flip cards in the book. Each meal has roughly the same calories so just pick any meal you like. To get the appropriate calories for you, supplement the meals with 1-3 snacks.

Emphasis is on CHOICE, something we tend to think we have lost with the diet restrictions.

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2/1/11 1:59 A

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I have been cooking beans and greens. Today it was lentils and kale.

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1/31/11 4:36 P

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From the Company's Coming 30 Minute Diabetic Meals cookbook, I made a slightly modified version of their country herb turkey (using strips of chicken breast instead because my grocery store failed at turkey this week).

I upped the veggie portions, so it was a good two cups of chopped up veggies for the guy and I, with about 120g of chicken breast in a thickened and seasoned chicken broth.

Served it with a half cup of rice for a fantastic meal that clocked in around 400 calories. Mmmm.

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Here is the link to my Diabetes cookbook:
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About 5 months ago I started making Dream Dinners (it's easier to google it, than for me to explain). I love them, I assemble about 9 a month and freeze them. Then every other day I take one out of the freezer and it is ready to cook when I get home, all I have to add is a veggie side. They are great for portion control (a weakness for me).

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1/31/11 12:18 P

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I tried Italian pork chops and green peas with onions from Taste of Home recently, and they were very good. I used light italian dressing. My husband even asked me to make both again, and he doesn't usually like frozen peas.
http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Itali
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http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Green
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Gold Dust,
Did you use cream in that? I googled the recipe and it called for 3/4 cup heavy cream. That's a No No for me.



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Last night my dear husband wanted to make pizza for dinner. Of course our version is 'healthy' but it was FANTASTIC! Started with Flatbread, a little marinara sauce, a little parmesian(just a little) and added chopped olives, peppers, onions and baked at 425.

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I use Stevia have for years instead of sugar or artifical sweeteners. IT is safe and works well in my lemon water and tea. Just now beginning to use it in baking but I do limited baking BUT I did make martha stewarts clemintine bread with stevia and it turned out terrific!

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Great idea. I am going to try this.

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This is more of a swap than a recipe but I love to use rice paper instead of bread or a flour tortilla to make spring rolls (non fried version). I pack them with veggies and a little protein and always cut too many veggies so I eat the extras along side. Here's a link to a spring roll recipe posted by Chef Meg. There are other spring roll recipes on Spark Recipes as well.

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I've got a bunch of recipes that I've posted to my site that I make up for my family are they good for those with diabetes? depends on what your needs are, they are within my own limits which is why I make them up and as always everything in moderation is how it works (I also have many of the recipes posted here on SP which is how I got the info to post to my blog).

My all time fav when it comes to things to cook are my veggie cakes - they vary in carb counts but they are a great veggie starch combo I've found and go great with hummus as the protein source.

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I just loved the quote you put here. This is not a dress rehersal it is the only perfomrance you get!

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Tried the chili fried potatoes and they are great.

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From diabetic living check out these Mocha Cream Puffs, only 63 calories each.

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Last night I made a Hungry Girl recipe. But I used a sugar free chocolate cake mix then added a can of pumpkin. That is it. Mix and bake at 400 for 20 mins. They are amazing. I put some sugar free coolwhip on top. YUM! each muffin ahs 133 calories with no sugar.

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I have several recipes in a diabetic cook book here in SparkPeople but I don't know how to link to my cookbook.

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Here are some friendly diabetic recipes you might like to try!

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