For the past 2 years I have not had a good cantaloupe, one was ripe, but so hard you could not eat, it stopped the disposal it was so hard, one smelled wonderful, was soft, but no flavor, returned it to Kroger. Was shopping in Aldi's produce, and talking to one of the women that works there, she said the Tuscan Cantaloupe was really sweet, but may not want to pay $1.99, told her that was what I paid for the Kroger one I just returned. Aldi's is the only place I have seen the Tuscan Cantaloupe, it is juicy and sweet, so pleased with this find.
Also like Fit & Active Italian Turkey Sausage, very lean.
furrville2 - I realize yours is an older question...but I do literally measure how many cups a soup recipe makes. I just ladle it into my liquid measuring cup and then pour it into the tupperware I'll save it in.
I am cross posting this message because I didn't see this thread already started. Sorry.
Last night I tried Trader Joe's Chile Lime Chicken Burgers for the first time. OMG so tasty. I have no affilitation with Trader Joe's and if you are not familiar with this store, it is a small grocer in the U.S. that sells foods that are often not found in other grocery stores. I think they market themselves as a low-cost specialty type of grocer, but I'm not sure. I hadn't been there in years until about a week ago.
OK, these chicken burgers are 3 SP each. I can give the nutrition facts if that's ok. Cal = 150 Total Fat 6 g Sat Fat 2 g Trans Fat 0 Chol 75mg Sodium 310 mg Total Carb 3g Fiber 2 g Sugar 0 Protein 19g
They come 4 in a box and my husband thinks it's totally strange to eat a chicken burger so he wouldn't have one. They are huge. It's a thin patty, but they are 4.5 - 5" in diameter. Much bigger than the english muffin I put it on. And they taste wonderful.
I just have to find a better way to cook them because I put one in the skillet while it was still frozen and sort of burned it a little. Just a little, but I didn't mind that. Except the skillet is still soaking and is going to be a bear to clean. I have a plan for next time.
Enlightened Ice Cream - Frozen Hot Chocolate....found at Sprouts. Much better than Halo Top IMO.
I haven't tried the Enlightened yet. All the grocery stores near me have it. Right now, my favorite is Halo Top Salted Caramel. I've tried a few of their flavors and this one tasted the most like real ice cream. The two brands have the same amount of calories, so probably the same points. A Halo serving is 3 points for FS and 2 for PP.
I'm looking for a good point friendly bar that I can carry with me. I recently bought a box of Kellogg's Nutri Grain soft baked breakfast bars and they are really good. 8 Whole Grains, 130 Calories. I'm wondering if there are any others I might try. What's your favorite snack to carry in your purse for 'those times'! TIA
I made pancakes today with Maple Grove Farms of Vermont Complete Pancake and Waffle Mix. All you have to do is add water. They have several other varieties including a whole wheat and a gluten free version.
Calories per serving: 130 calories for 1/4 cup Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Sugars: 5g Protein: 2g Carbs: 30g Fiber: 1g