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  • hgycta
    hgycta Posts: 3,013 Member
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    spat095 wrote: »
    Tried some Flapjacked protein pancake mixes this week. I liked the consistency and texture of all of them (made them all with almond milk only), and they definitely kept me really full. I was most excited to try the banana hazelnut and carrot spice flavors, but, meh...they were just okay. The apple cinnamon flavor was my favorite, I added a little extra cinnamon. Very satisfying breakfast!

    I liked the carrot spice but not enough to get them again, I found them a little dry and bland. The thing I liked most about them were they have actual shreds of carrot in them which I definitely found fun, and 100% of vitamin a per serving is incredible! Very filling, too. But again, very weak on the "spice" it supposedly has. You may want to add some extra cinnamon or something else to this one too if you get it!
  • Strawblackcat
    Strawblackcat Posts: 944 Member
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    Triplestep wrote: »
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    I think I'm in love with this stuff. It makes my coffee perfectly creamy and gives it just that hint of sweetness that takes coffee from a caffeine delivery medium to a treat. I'll have to keep my portions of it in check to make sure I'm not eating outside of my deficit.

    May I ask where you got this? I would love to break up with the Carnation version!

    Kroger. I got pretty much everything at Kroger except for the gummy worms (got them at T.J. Maxx) and the bread mix (that was from work).
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 7,667 Member
    edited January 2016
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    Pop tarts and Oreo's ?????

    Got something against pop tarts (I miss the 60 calorie mini packs) and oreos? :p
  • KareninLux
    KareninLux Posts: 1,413 Member
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    Too funny - thought this thread would be about fitness and/or technology gizmos not about food! lol
    I DO NOT need to hear about chocolate anything!! :)
  • Francl27
    Francl27 Posts: 26,371 Member
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    KareninLux wrote: »
    Too funny - thought this thread would be about fitness and/or technology gizmos not about food! lol
    I DO NOT need to hear about chocolate anything!! :)

    Well, it is in the food section.
  • mathandcats
    mathandcats Posts: 786 Member
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    I had the Kodiak flapjacks for breakfast today. Tasty! I think I undercooked it a little, judging by the texture, but maybe that is just the oatmeal. I did watch for bubbles to stop forming and such so I'm not sure. It's better than a biscuit-like texture from my P28 mix in any case! I topped it with peanut butter, cocowhip, and TJs Midnight Moo. Very filling and delicious.
  • Himurahotaru
    Himurahotaru Posts: 29 Member
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    It's not new but it's new to me is the pb2 chocolate. I like it. And it's kind of a nice way to get a chocolate fix without destroying everything!
  • Francl27
    Francl27 Posts: 26,371 Member
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    It's not new but it's new to me is the pb2 chocolate. I like it. And it's kind of a nice way to get a chocolate fix without destroying everything!

    This morning I mixed oatmeal with PB2 and cooked it in 1% milk, then stirred in 2/3 of a serving of chocolate protein powder... it was so good!
  • spat095
    spat095 Posts: 105 Member
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    hgycta wrote: »
    spat095 wrote: »
    Tried some Flapjacked protein pancake mixes this week. I liked the consistency and texture of all of them (made them all with almond milk only), and they definitely kept me really full. I was most excited to try the banana hazelnut and carrot spice flavors, but, meh...they were just okay. The apple cinnamon flavor was my favorite, I added a little extra cinnamon. Very satisfying breakfast!

    I liked the carrot spice but not enough to get them again, I found them a little dry and bland. The thing I liked most about them were they have actual shreds of carrot in them which I definitely found fun, and 100% of vitamin a per serving is incredible! Very filling, too. But again, very weak on the "spice" it supposedly has. You may want to add some extra cinnamon or something else to this one too if you get it!

    I liked the carrot shreds, too! ;) I wanted to make it a little more flavorful, I might work on this soon, actually. Stay tuned, haha.
  • triddering
    triddering Posts: 81 Member
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    glassyo wrote: »
    Pop tarts and Oreo's ?????

    Got something against pop tarts (I miss the 60 calorie mini packs) and oreos? :p

    Anyone try the thin Oreos? I saw the package and they have less calories, but didn't know if they used not have that perfect cookie balance.
  • mathandcats
    mathandcats Posts: 786 Member
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    triddering wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Pop tarts and Oreo's ?????

    Got something against pop tarts (I miss the 60 calorie mini packs) and oreos? :p

    Anyone try the thin Oreos? I saw the package and they have less calories, but didn't know if they used not have that perfect cookie balance.

    I prefer regular oreos. This is because I eat my oreos by twisting one half off, eating that plain cookie, and then eating the other half - I like a higher filling to cookie ratio. My friends who eat oreos in their normal sandwich form like the thins a lot. You can think of them as oreos with around 1/3 or 1/2 of the thickness in each layer (both cookie and filling).
  • Francl27
    Francl27 Posts: 26,371 Member
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    triddering wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Pop tarts and Oreo's ?????

    Got something against pop tarts (I miss the 60 calorie mini packs) and oreos? :p

    Anyone try the thin Oreos? I saw the package and they have less calories, but didn't know if they used not have that perfect cookie balance.

    I love them!
  • mathandcats
    mathandcats Posts: 786 Member
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    I tried the Oikos Triple Zero chocolate yogurt. I don't care for it - too sour, not enough chocolate taste. I prefer making my own (I add dutch cocoa, vanilla extract, honey, and some stevia to plain greek yogurt).
  • CooCooPuff
    CooCooPuff Posts: 4,374 Member
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    triddering wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Pop tarts and Oreo's ?????

    Got something against pop tarts (I miss the 60 calorie mini packs) and oreos? :p

    Anyone try the thin Oreos? I saw the package and they have less calories, but didn't know if they used not have that perfect cookie balance.
    Thin mint Oreos and thin regulars were pretty great.

  • kar328
    kar328 Posts: 4,159 Member
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    triddering wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Pop tarts and Oreo's ?????

    Got something against pop tarts (I miss the 60 calorie mini packs) and oreos? :p

    Anyone try the thin Oreos? I saw the package and they have less calories, but didn't know if they used not have that perfect cookie balance.

    I'm one who doesn't twist the Oreos, so I like the thin ones. I didn't think there would be enough filling but it works well. Four cookies are a serving size.
  • 3AAnn3
    3AAnn3 Posts: 3,054 Member
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    Francl27 wrote: »
    I want to try the Chobani hazelnut! yum!

    It's called Chobani chocolate haze craze. Chocolate hazelnut yogurt with mini chocolate chips and pieces of hazelnuts. I suppose you could make your own with some hazelnuts, chocolate chips, plain Greek yogurt and nutella though.

    That sounds so good!!

  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 7,667 Member
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    triddering wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Pop tarts and Oreo's ?????

    Got something against pop tarts (I miss the 60 calorie mini packs) and oreos? :p

    Anyone try the thin Oreos? I saw the package and they have less calories, but didn't know if they used not have that perfect cookie balance.

    I'm making my way through a package before I try the cinnamon oreos. I like them because you get 4 for the same calories as 2 normal ones. And they're yummy. I think there's a nice balance between the wafers and creamy filling too.
  • Noreenmarie1234
    Noreenmarie1234 Posts: 7,492 Member
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    Tried these for the first time. They were really good. I liked them a lot. They were kind of small though but VERY peanut buttery. Almost like eating peanut butter cookie dough or few spoonfuls of peanut butter. They reminded me of the larabar peanut butter cookie flavor but stronger. Strong "natural peanut butter" flavor not sweet peanut butter flavor like peter pan, etc. Almost felt like eating too much peanut butter so I wouldn't eat these a lot but once in awhile when I have massive peanut butter craving.
  • kellyjellybellyjelly
    kellyjellybellyjelly Posts: 9,480 Member
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    CooCooPuff wrote: »
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    One of Kroger's Freebies. This wasn't very good. I like Butterfinger, especially as a mixin, but it's no Reeses. I think it works better as a larger bar.

    I really like these!

    I love that the cups don't get stuck in your teeth like the regular version does.
  • kellyjellybellyjelly
    kellyjellybellyjelly Posts: 9,480 Member
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    Francl27 wrote: »
    CooCooPuff wrote: »

    Oh man. Well I'm going to the store tomorrow but they said Wednesday in their ad, so we'll see.

    I finally found these at Giant 2 for $6.00! I went on Friday before the big snow storm (you know priorities haha), & almost put the cookies down because all the regular lines were overflowing. I ended up waiting in the self checkout line, but that was even a 5-10 minute wait.