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Old 07-25-2005, 11:59 PM   #1  
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I have once again refocused and have lost the weight I put on in the beginning of the month, frozen skillet meals help alot, but the exercise and snacks seem to be the problem. Anyone know any good late night snacks?
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Old 07-26-2005, 12:21 AM   #2  
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I usually enjoy late night snacks such as a no sugar added fudgsicle and 1 tbsp. all natural peanut butter or a milkshake, which I've posted below. I may also have a wedge of Laughing Cow Cheese with fresh cucumbers (or any other veggies) or I may have a Dannon non-fat plain yogurt mixed with cocoa powder and Splenda or sugar free syrup or cinnamon.

If you're in phase 2, you could have half an english muffin with 1 tbsp. all natural peanut butter and 1. tbsp. sugar free jam or some air popped popcorn.

I know for me personally, the milkshake really feels me up and keeps me satisfied. Hope this helps


Chocolate Milkshake

1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
2 tsp. chocolate extract
1 cup low-fat milk
2 cups crushed ice
Artificial sweetener to taste

With Blender: Makes a frothy, thicker milk shake. In blender combine vanilla extract, chocolate extract, milk, ice and sweetener to reach the 3 cup mark. Blend low to medium speed for 1 to 2 minutes, or until ice is pulverized and mixture is thick and frothy.

Without Blender: Combine all ingredients except crushed ice in glass. Stir well.
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Prettybunny- Good ideas!

I usually have some sf jello or a pop. If I am starving I will have some cucumbers and water!
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I do a lot of the broiled LF cheese.
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You broil cheese and its good?
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Old 07-26-2005, 11:30 AM   #6  
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Oh my yes.....Take rf cheddar cheese, make it into little mounds on a cookie sheet. Then I broil it, let it melt good and start to get hard, then flip it over, and continue to broil until crispy (do not burn)....then eat them in place of chips or crackers....I have always loved the cheese that melts off of pizza or whatever and gets crispy.....SO YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Welcome back, Laurie. Glad you are in focus again. We do make ourselves blurry with going off track, don't we!
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