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Old 06-30-2005, 11:25 AM   #1
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Please tell me that it's ok!
I just made a milkshake that tasted sooooo good that I feel guilty for it!
I used Purity Double Free Vanilla Ice Cream...SF & FF with only 80 calories, and a little ff milk and a little black coffee, and added some SF Kalu Caffe syrup and blended it up.
OMG it was delicious.
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Old 06-30-2005, 12:15 PM   #2
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What's in the ice cream? We aren't normally allowed ice cream and the limit on SF treats is 75 calories a day.
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OMG PHINS, That sounds AWESOMELY DELISH!!! I hope its okay too
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the Ice Cream's ingredients are Nonfat Milk, Maltodextrin, Polydextrose, milk(adds a negligible amount of fat) Sorbitol, Stablizer(microcrystalline cellulose, mono & diglycerides, cellulose gum, carrageenan (standardized with whey powder) artificial vanilla flavor, aspartame, vitamin a palmitate
the nutritional facts are:
calories 80
fat 0
cholestrol 0
sodium 70 mg
total carbs 21g
sugars 6 g
sugar alcohol 4g
protein 4g

so is it bad? or ok for an occasional treat?
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the "OSE"'s in there is what worries me... but I have no clue
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I would think the polydextrose would be a problem as well as the maltodextrin but maybe someone else would know for sure. I seem to remember that those are treated by the body as sugars.
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HI Phins!!

I just tried a shake recipe for the first time tonight. I found the recipe here under phase 2.
1 C skim milk
1/4 C skim rocotta cheese
2 t chocolate sf pudding mix

Blend for about a minute and then add ice to get the frothiness you want.

It was delish, it made me feel like I was cheating, felt a little guilty at first, then I figured it was on phase 2 so I should just enjoy.
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the "OSE"'s in there is what worries me... but I have no clue

polydextrose (mostly fiber) is usually added to recipes to add bulk that sugar usually does, the cellulose gum is just a fiber for texture
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