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  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Member Posts: 5,510 Member Member Posts: 5,510 Member
    .....but what do you fill them with, @pancakerunner ?! 😂

    @springlering62 lol when i was on my fat free kick years ago I would fill them with fat free smuckers caramel syrup. Now I actually just like them plain! or with ice cream :D

    I used to fill them with whipped cream and freeze it and it kind of was like a SUPER light, whipped ice cream.
    edited September 14
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,163 Member Member Posts: 4,163 Member
    .....but what do you fill them with, @pancakerunner ?! 😂

    @springlering62 lol when i was on my fat free kick years ago I would fill them with fat free smuckers caramel syrup. Now I actually just like them plain! or with ice cream :D

    I used to fill them with whipped cream and freeze it and it kind of was like a SUPER light, whipped ice cream.

    this reminds me of when I would do that with nilla wafers
  • Safari_Gal_Safari_Gal_ Member, Premium Posts: 709 Member Member, Premium Posts: 709 Member
    Almond flour tortillas

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  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,163 Member Member Posts: 4,163 Member
    another thing I literally just tried 1 minute ago but is really good... greek yogurt mixed with malted milk powder.
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 933 Member Member Posts: 933 Member
    Sunflower Lechithin granules
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  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Member Posts: 5,510 Member Member Posts: 5,510 Member
    VegjoyP wrote: »
    Sunflower Lechithin granules
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    I've never heard of these? What do they taste like and what do you do with them?
  • stepea83stepea83 Member Posts: 163 Member Member Posts: 163 Member
    Strawberries and squirty cream to take away sweet tooth craving in evening.
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 933 Member Member Posts: 933 Member
    VegjoyP wrote: »
    Sunflower Lechithin granules
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    I've never heard of these? What do they taste like and what do you do with them?

    Similar to nutritional yeast. Excellent thickener. I also sprinkle on vegetables with herbs, sea salt. Love it in green drinks!
  • IronIsMyTherapyIronIsMyTherapy Member Posts: 168 Member Member Posts: 168 Member
    Lundberg Organic Brown Rice Cakes. Idgaf about organic but these things are so much crunchier than Quaker ones.
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 933 Member Member Posts: 933 Member
    Lundberg Organic Brown Rice Cakes. Idgaf about organic but these things are so much crunchier than Quaker ones.

    The Sweet mochi rice are fabulous and wild rice!!
  • IronIsMyTherapyIronIsMyTherapy Member Posts: 168 Member Member Posts: 168 Member
    VegjoyP wrote: »
    Lundberg Organic Brown Rice Cakes. Idgaf about organic but these things are so much crunchier than Quaker ones.

    The Sweet mochi rice are fabulous and wild rice!!

    I'll look out for them
  • kbushe3221kbushe3221 Member Posts: 175 Member Member Posts: 175 Member
    Chipotle laughing cow cheese
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,163 Member Member Posts: 4,163 Member
    kbushe3221 wrote: »
    Chipotle laughing cow cheese

    laughing cow + pretzel sticks are so good
  • nicsflyingcircusnicsflyingcircus Member, Premium Posts: 2,126 Member Member, Premium Posts: 2,126 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    Been loving animal cookies dipped in milk lately. Only 8 calories per cookie. 3id3v9ez192d.jpeg

    The 46 oz container of animal crackers have become a staple. And, of course, the broken ones have no calories.

    plain animal crackers are very underrated!

    But only the unforsted ones, with just a hint of lemon. Frosted animal crackers are an abomination.
  • lapesadillalapesadilla Member Posts: 67 Member Member Posts: 67 Member
    I saw some people on instagram talking about how jelicious yuzu mayonnaise is so I ordered some and yes. It is. So citrusy and strong a tiny bit goes a long way. I already put it on bbq chicken sandwiches (with BBQ sauce from The Salt Lick outside Austin 🤤) and in a beet salad with walnuts and chives. It'd be sooo good on a banh mi too.

    From the same place I got the mayo (Milk Street, run by the bow tie guy from America's Test Kitchen) I also bought some Burnt Sugar Orange flavored coffee sugar, which is supposed to taste like the Café Brulot they serve at Arnaud's and other grande dame New Orleans restaurants. It's... kind of close, a little heavier on the orange and less spicy complexity than the real thing. It's really good in the lazy man's cafe de olla I usually make (cinnamon and/or coco powder mixed with the coffee grounds in my drip machine). I think what it really needs is a healthy shot of brandy though. 😉

    Typing this out I realize I guess I've been filling the void where travel used to be with online shopping for food?
    edited September 17
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 933 Member Member Posts: 933 Member
    Almond Butter and cashew butter :)
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 4,163 Member Member Posts: 4,163 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    Been loving animal cookies dipped in milk lately. Only 8 calories per cookie. 3id3v9ez192d.jpeg

    The 46 oz container of animal crackers have become a staple. And, of course, the broken ones have no calories.

    plain animal crackers are very underrated!

    But only the unforsted ones, with just a hint of lemon. Frosted animal crackers are an abomination.

    I am one of the 3 who disagree. And I have no regret haha
  • glassyoglassyo Member Posts: 4,726 Member Member Posts: 4,726 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    Been loving animal cookies dipped in milk lately. Only 8 calories per cookie. 3id3v9ez192d.jpeg

    The 46 oz container of animal crackers have become a staple. And, of course, the broken ones have no calories.

    plain animal crackers are very underrated!

    But only the unforsted ones, with just a hint of lemon. Frosted animal crackers are an abomination.

    I am one of the 3 who disagree. And I have no regret haha

    I didn't hit the disagree button but I'll say it loud and proud.

    Frosted animal cookies are deeeeeeeeelicious. :)
  • nicsflyingcircusnicsflyingcircus Member, Premium Posts: 2,126 Member Member, Premium Posts: 2,126 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Been loving animal cookies dipped in milk lately. Only 8 calories per cookie. 3id3v9ez192d.jpeg

    The 46 oz container of animal crackers have become a staple. And, of course, the broken ones have no calories.

    plain animal crackers are very underrated!

    But only the unforsted ones, with just a hint of lemon. Frosted animal crackers are an abomination.

    I am one of the 3 who disagree. And I have no regret haha

    I didn't hit the disagree button but I'll say it loud and proud.

    Frosted animal cookies are deeeeeeeeelicious. :)

    Gross.
  • HooliekomHooliekom Member Posts: 72 Member Member Posts: 72 Member
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