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What's a food you're currently obsessed with?

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  • Noreenmarie1234Noreenmarie1234 Member Posts: 6,536 Member Member Posts: 6,536 Member
    I"m on the hunt for a new salad dressing to replace the low fat/low calorie one that was my favorite before. Of the four stores I've checked, none have it anymore. Soooo, my current food obsession is finding a good tasting salad dressing that doesn't add an overage of calories. Any recommendations for something yummy to jazz up my lettuce salads? LOW calorie is mandatory for my quest.

    I like skinny girl 10-15 calorie dressings. What flavor was your past one? Also like the panera 15 calorie poppyseed dressing.
  • GigiAgape1981GigiAgape1981 Member Posts: 20 Member Member Posts: 20 Member
    Lightly sweetened tahini paste with a touch of vanilla. Tastes similar to halvah but the texture is similar to nut/seed butter.
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Member Posts: 5,172 Member Member Posts: 5,172 Member
    I like honey mustard, not honey mustard dressing, just honey mustard, next to the mustard in the store. It’s strong enough you can only use a little. Gives salad a real zing!
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,040 Member Member Posts: 6,040 Member
    Those 50s and 60s jello recipes.
    Sugar free orange with cottage cheese and pineapple.
    Lime with yogurt and pears
    Black cherry with sweet cherries and yogurt
    May try lemon with blueberries and yogurt?
    Tonight is strawberry with fresh strawberries and yogurt.

    Lemon jello with yogurt and raspeberries is one of my favorites.

    Also: orange with diced canteloupe and strawberry or kiwi with diced watermelon
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 9,408 Member Member Posts: 9,408 Member
    ^^it's been a minute since I've had those...last year I think. I think I'll be buying some rice wrappers today!
  • AthijadeAthijade Member Posts: 2,489 Member Member Posts: 2,489 Member
    spring rolls!

    Or as I like to call it, hand held salady goodness.

    I need to make some soon. Mmmm.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,040 Member Member Posts: 6,040 Member
    PAPYRUS3 wrote: »
    ^^it's been a minute since I've had those...last year I think. I think I'll be buying some rice wrappers today!

    So good with fresh shrimp or steak!!!!! and peanut sauce :)
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Member Posts: 5,172 Member Member Posts: 5,172 Member
  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Member Posts: 9,408 Member Member Posts: 9,408 Member
    PAPYRUS3 wrote: »
    ^^it's been a minute since I've had those...last year I think. I think I'll be buying some rice wrappers today!

    So good with fresh shrimp or steak!!!!! and peanut sauce :)

    A spicy peanut sauce is a MUST!!!
  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 122 Member Member Posts: 122 Member
    glassyo wrote: »
    I like Bolthouse Farms and they range from 30-45ish calories a serving. I like the italian, bleu cheese, balsamic vinegar, and cucumber ranch.
    I found a zero calorie one, Walden Farms Balsamic. It's good, of course I do like Balsamic vinegar anyway.
    Thanks for your recommendations. I checked their website, and there is a store in a nearby town that carries that brand. I'll check it out.

  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 122 Member Member Posts: 122 Member
    I"m on the hunt for a new salad dressing to replace the low fat/low calorie one that was my favorite before. Of the four stores I've checked, none have it anymore. Soooo, my current food obsession is finding a good tasting salad dressing that doesn't add an overage of calories. Any recommendations for something yummy to jazz up my lettuce salads? LOW calorie is mandatory for my quest.

    I like skinny girl 10-15 calorie dressings. What flavor was your past one? Also like the panera 15 calorie poppyseed dressing.

    Thanks for your suggestions. The one I was after was a Miso Dejon Mustard flavor.

    I checked the skinny girls manufacturers website, it doesn't work well when seeking info on where their product is carried. I'll need to check in stores "in person".
    Panera's website says it's not available near to me.
  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 122 Member Member Posts: 122 Member
    Lightly sweetened tahini paste with a touch of vanilla. Tastes similar to halvah but the texture is similar to nut/seed butter.

    You know, I don't think I've ever bought tahini paste! Or even knowingly tasted it. :o
  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 122 Member Member Posts: 122 Member
    I like honey mustard, not honey mustard dressing, just honey mustard, next to the mustard in the store. It’s strong enough you can only use a little. Gives salad a real zing!

    Well that does sound zingy! The only honey mustard I can think of that I've had is as a dip for chicken strips at a fast food restaurant, but that might have actually been more of a dressing type of thing.
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 1,553 Member Member Posts: 1,553 Member
    These are soooo good!


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  • ThoinThoin Member Posts: 519 Member Member Posts: 519 Member
  • VegjoyPVegjoyP Member Posts: 1,553 Member Member Posts: 1,553 Member
    VegjoyP wrote: »
    These are soooo good!


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    Lol Iam wondering if someone has a personal vendetta against me because every post I put up has adidagree when the question is based on personal experience and preferences 😂
  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 122 Member Member Posts: 122 Member
    I hope my current obsession is vegetarian chili, because I'm making a big pot of it now and it will take many meals to eventually consume it. (Yes, I know I can freeze some.) :)
  • southkonahisouthkonahi Member Posts: 122 Member Member Posts: 122 Member
    Vegetarian chili done cooking. I then "did the math" to see how many calories per 1 cup serving. For this time around (I change my recipe depending on what is in the cabinet and who will be eating), it is 250 per cup. A fully filling 2 cups is 500 calories, fine for my dinner allotment without have to "steal" allowable calories from another meal. BTW, it was delicious!!
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Member Posts: 6,040 Member Member Posts: 6,040 Member
    malted milk powder
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