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Old 05-06-2008, 02:57 AM   #1
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I need to find some suitable for phase 1 snacks that i can take to work with me, i dont have access to a microwave or oven-we do have a fridge though.
It needs to be something easy to grab as sometimes its just eaten on the run!

No eggs either, i have them for breakfast and sometimes lunch!
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Old 05-06-2008, 05:31 AM   #2
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cheesesticks and nuts?
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yogurt
peanut butter on celery
red pepper strips w/ lowfat cheese
V-8 and string cheese
cherry tomatoes
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Weight Watchers yoghurt - 70-100 cal depending on size

Weight Watchers ice cream - 90-180 cal depending on type

2% skim milk mozerella sticks - 50cal ea

Atkins Endulge Candy Bars 140-170 cal - limit one a day, I stay to every other day.- I used these on ph 1

Peanut Butter - Low fat or low carb. I prefer the low carb taste, very low on sugar. Eat it right out of the jar or with celery sticks. 1-2 TBS.

2 slices of lean deli meat wrapped around a smidgen of low fat cream cheese. Roll them up at home. And place 2 in snack size ziploc. *When I am home I eat these for breakfast..use low fat cheddar or mozerella, Nuke for about 30 secs, top with lots of homemade chunky salsa (no sugar, no fat).
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l/f Cottage Cheese w/ tomatoes
cucumber salad
marinated cucumbers
marinated mushrooms
Veggies w/ hummus
black bean salad
tomato, basil, mozzarella salad (a la caprese)
plain yogurt sweetened w/ splenda & vanilla extract mixed w/ slivered almonds
plain yogurt sweetened w/ splenda & peanut butter
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Donna - I really doubt the Atkins candy bars and the ice cream are acceptable for phase 1 South Beach. The yogurt depends on the ingredients. I use fat free plain in phase 1.
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all natural peanut butter w/apples (have celery issues so i "cheat" on p1)
marinated greek beans
roasted chickpeas
lo-fat pepperoni slices (can be roasted, too-yum!)
cheese cheese cheese
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roasted chick peas are some of my favorites.

Any kind of veggie cut up in a bag is great to stash in the fridge.

single 4 oz. servings of lf cottage cheese and yogurt are good to keep on hand.

hummus is a good dip for veggies -- I've seen single serving sizes at Target....just forgo the pretzels that come with it.

almonds, cashews, etc.

lf or reduced fat cheese - 2% mozzarella string cheese is good and easily portable.

If you have access to a fridge, most things can be assembled in the morning and brought with you. Small salads -- bean salads, chicken salads, etc. would be easy and you wouldn't have to heat it.

Unless you are wanting to go entirely pre-prepared food, it just requires a little planning ahead.
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Donna - I really doubt the Atkins candy bars and the ice cream are acceptable for phase 1 South Beach. The yogurt depends on the ingredients. I use fat free plain in phase 1.
They aren't.

I'm not sure she is strict about following SBD.....I sense a mixture of a few different diets.

The yogurt also isn't sbd p1 friendly. Most has fruit and too many calories/sugar.

I used to hate ff plain yogurt. I love it now. I mix it with tons of things or just leave it plain. Nice and tangy. Plain ff greek yogurt is also yummy.
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Yeah.. all of the above are great ideas. I like the deli ham rolled around cream cheese and whatever else. I may try the deli ham with cheddar for breakfast soon
you could to the baked pieces of cheese: slice cheese.. oven I believe 350? Its in a thread... and bake for a few mins each side. I highly recommend flipping them. It gets them a little crunchier.. and the roasted beans..yummy!!! I did 2 flavors..sweet(cinnamon, splenda, nutmeg) and then the reg. chili powder, garlic powder, salt.. and on the sweet I used canola oil and on the other I used EVOO.. They turned out yummy!! I'll be having some with dinner shortly
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TDI - the sweet roasted chick peas sound really good.
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Weight Watchers yoghurt - 70-100 cal depending on size

Weight Watchers ice cream - 90-180 cal depending on type

2% skim milk mozerella sticks - 50cal ea

Atkins Endulge Candy Bars 140-170 cal - limit one a day, I stay to every other day.- I used these on ph 1

Peanut Butter - Low fat or low carb. I prefer the low carb taste, very low on sugar. Eat it right out of the jar or with celery sticks. 1-2 TBS.

2 slices of lean deli meat wrapped around a smidgen of low fat cream cheese. Roll them up at home. And place 2 in snack size ziploc. *When I am home I eat these for breakfast..use low fat cheddar or mozerella, Nuke for about 30 secs, top with lots of homemade chunky salsa (no sugar, no fat).

hm I don't think the weight watcher stuff is phase 1 either.
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I get home early from my job at a school famished. We eat at 10:30. lately I have been rolling cream cheese in turkey. It carries me right on through until dinner.
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