i got both of those recipes off of the bfl site before they revamped it. they were stamped "bfl approved" but are no longer in the recipe database, that i can see.
here is how they break down (smoothie calculated w/ greek yogurt)
*smoothie calories protein carbs
315 41 31
265 35 43
FYI.....Peanut butter is mostly fat and Hummus is a carb. I was loading up on both and didn't see any change, then called the 1-800 # and they set me straight. So be-ware.
My fav snack right now is pumpkin "cheesecake" dip with apple slices. Sooooo yummy and BFL approved!! Take 1/2 cup lowfat cottage cheese, 1/2 cup fat free plain greek yogurt, 1/2 cup canned pumpkin, a couple dashes of pumpkin pie spice and a little splenda and blend in the blender. You may need to add a touch of water to thin it just a tad. Dip your apple slices in it and voila.........a super delish snack. You could even add a scoop of vanilla protein powder if you wanted an extra protein boost.
The only thing that can stop me. . . . . . . . . . is ME!!!! JEN
Cory, I guess this was your thread! Silly me! Anyways, surely you can get some ideas from this thread! :) All these threads sometimes confuse me and I forget who posts! :)
DebMO :0) Blessed to be a Blessing...
No worries Debbie, how are you doing by the way?
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