Jicama and daikon are mildly exotic white vegetables that could go with whatever dips you're making. Cucumbers and zucchini will be mostly white if you peel them & will make good discs for dipping or substitutes for crackers w/cheese. And, of course, you can make any white dips you might normally make with fat-free yogurt and/or sour cream.
Meringue cookies & angel food cake can be low in calories. There are recipes on the Splenda website: http://www.splenda.com/recipe_detail..._angelfood.inc
or you can google low-calorie meringue cookies & you'll find lots of recipes.
You could make a trifle with bananas and angel food cake, fat-free coolwhip and... I don't know, white-grape jello or similar things.
- cucumber tea sandwiches with tzatziki (made w/low-fat yogurt) made with low-calorie white bread.
2 medium size cucumbers
4 garlic cloves
1 tbsp. olive oil
2 tbsp. wine vinegar [or lemon juice...]
a little salt
fresh chopped fennel or mint or dill [in lieu of... how about the whites from green onions?]
Strain a large tub of fat-free or low-fat yogurt in a cheesecloth lined strainer to strain off the liquid.
Peel cucumbers and grate each one length-wise with course grater.
Salt, allow to drain and press out excess liquid from grated cucumbers.
Peel garlic cloves, remove sprout if it exists and crush them.
Mix cucumber, garlic, vinegar and salt.
Fold the yogurt and the olive oil into the mixture.
Works great as a spread or a dip or a sauce.
- little sandwiches with tuna and/or chicken salad made with fat-free yogurt (or strained fat-free yogurt) instead of mayonnaise + the whites of green onions for flavor and cucumber/jicama/etc. for crunch
- those morsel-bites made with wonton skins. Spray a muffin pan with non-stick cooking spray, put wonton skins in the muffin wells, spray again, and crisp in an oven for 5-10 minutes until the wonton skins are crispy and golden brown. (they burn quickly, so watch out). Fill with sugar-free vanilla pudding mixed with fat-free cool whip & a bit of fruit at the bottom for a low-calorie, exotic looking dessert, or use for veggies (firm - not watery) with a bit of a savory dip or sauce like tzatziki above for a savory bite.