Sunday, January 24, 2010

Day 18,19, & 20~ M.I.A.

I am back! I havent been up for my online food journal in the past few days. But no need to worry my hands werent too busy holding double doubles & fries. I have actually been doing ok. I havent been working out as much as I would like to but with Valentines, My 3 yr anniversary and summer coming up I am motivated to get my act together and getting back in the gym! =D

Yesterday I bought 200 recipes under 200 calories by Hungry Girl and I have already tried 3 recipes! and can I just say Y.U.M.M.Y!!! The BF & I were amazed. Today I will share "Lord of The Onion Rings" and "Jalapeno Swappers" with you. You MUST try them both =D

Jalapeno Swappers


5 fresh whole Jalapenos
1/2 cup Fiber One Bran Cereal (original)
1/4 cup ft free liquid egg substitute
1/4 cup fat free cream cheese
1/4 cup shredded fat free cheddar cheese

~Pre heat oven to 350
~Halve Jalapenos and remove stems and seeds. Wash well & set aside.

~Stir together cream cheese and shredded cheese. Season with optional spice, if you like.

~Use a blender to grind fiber one to breadcrumb like consistency.

~Place crumbs in one bowl and egg substitue in another
~Stuff jalapeno halves with cheese mixture

~Carefully coat each half with egg substitute(1st) & fiber one crumbs (2nd)
~Place on baking sheet. 25 min for very spicy and 30 for medium hot
Enjoy! =D

Per serving (5 poppers) 126 cal, 1g fat, 425mg sodium,
22g carbs, 8 g fiber, 4g sugar, 14g protien

Lord of the Onion Rings

1 large onion
1/2 cup fiber one bran ceral original
1/4 cup fat free liquid egg substitute


~Preheat oven to 375
~Cute ends off onions and remove outer layer
~Cut onion into 1/2 in wide slices, and seperate into rings.
~Using a blender grind fiber one to crumblike consistency
~pour egg substitute into one bowl and fiber one into another
~dip onion ring into egg give a lil shake and then dip into fiber one
~Place on baking sheet
~Bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Flip half way through.

Per Serving(Entire Recipe) 153 Cal, 1g fat, 379mg sodium, 41g carbs, 16 g fiber, 7g sugar, 9 g protien

I put my swappers and rings on the same baking sheet and baked together. (I am just impatient that way)

I love these hungry girl recipes not only because they are delish as well as healthy but also because they use alot of the same ingredients so once you buy them you can make a few different things! =D


Mona said...

I just seen this book at Boarders! The pictures looked really good! The line was so long that we left and didn't buy anything. Now I know what to go and get!

Ant said...

I really need to find that book, great recipes all under 200 calories?


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