Sunday, September 29, 2013

Menu Plan Monday

Here's my Trim Healthy Mama menu plan for this week. I have decided to go back to combining THM and Weight Watchers.  I was losing when I was counting points, but I haven't been since I I am excited to get back to it! 


(6 )Breakfast:(S)Trim Healthy Breakfast Sandwich
(1)Snack:(E) Apple and Baby-Bel Light Cheese
(6) Lunch:(S) Avocado BLT Salad
(4) Snack:(S) Skinny Chocolate
(6) Supper:(S) Spaghetti Squash with roasted veggies, chicken and parmesan cheese
(2) Dessert: (FP) Cottage Berry Whip
(1) Snack:(FP) Oat Fiber Strawberry Shortcake



(5) Breakfast:(E) Quick Egg and Ezekiel Toast with 1/2 cup Greek 0% yogurt and berries
(3) Lunch:(FP) Creamy Veggie Soup with 3 oz Chicken
(4) Snack:(FP) Cake Batter Protein Shake
(9) Supper:(S) Zucchini Lasagna (w/ sourdough bread for the family)
(5) Snacks:(E) Popcorn and Fat Stripping Frappa



(5) Breakfast:(S) Cottage Pancakes with Fried "apples" (made from zucchini)
(7) Lunch:(S) Salad with Salmon packet, EVOO, balsamic; Choco-pudding
(1) Snack: (E) Apple and Baby-bel Light cheese
(5) Supper: (E) Spicy Sweet Potato-Corn Chowder with Ham (from I Heart Leftovers w/tweaks)
(1) Snack:(FP) Chocolate Cake



(5) Breakfast:(FP) Peanut Butter/Chocolate Pancakes/Greek 0% Yogurt/berries (test recipe, sorry I can't share)
(6) Lunch:(CO) Brown Rice Salad** (use quinoa)
(4) Snack:(E) Cinnamon Strudel and fruit
(5) Supper:(FP) Creamy Veggie Soup with 3 oz Chicken, Choco-Pudding
(6) Snack: (SH) Whip of Wonders (p.403)



(6)Breakfast:(E) Baked Oatmeal with Swiss Light Laughing Cow cheese and fruit
(5) Lunch:(FP) BLT soup and 3 oz of Chicken on an Oat Fiber waffle
(4) Snack:(FP) Red Velvet Protein Shake
(12) Supper: Date Night-Dinner Out
(1) Snack:(FP) Nighty Night Custard



(6) Breakfast:(S) 2 Fried Eggs with Zoodles and 1 tsp each of VCO and grassfed butter
(7) Lunch:(E) Nicey Ricey Salad and (FP) Chocolate Cake 
(4) Snack:(FP) Gingerbread Cookie Protein Shake
(7) Supper:(S) Grilled Chicken, Broccoli, Mashed Cauliflower
(2) Snack:(FP) Tummy Tucking Ice Cream (p.368)



(8) Breakfast:(S) Pumpkin Mixer (from The Art of Healthy Eating Sweets)
(10) Lunch:(S) Salad with salmon packet, EVOO, balsamic; Skinny Chocolate
(6) Supper:(FP) Lavash Pizza and Salad
(2) Snack:TBD


**tweaks for this recipe so I cup quinoa, 1/4 cup black beans, 1 tsp. EVOO, 1/4 avocado

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ast meal plans combining THM and WW points
Week 8
Week 9
Week 10
Week 11
Week 12
Week 13
Week 14
Week 15
Week 16
Week 17
Week 18
Week 19

Link up your own menu plan at (Or just find great ideas from other bloggers that share their menus.) This week is found here.

Linking up with Trim Healthy Tuesdays at Stacy Makes Cents where she is sharing a recipe for Pumpkin Pie!

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Trim Healthy Mama- Week 32

This is my 32nd week of Trim Healthy Mama*. I had a good weight (back to my lowest) early in the week but was back up at the end.  Holding steady in this same spot and trying to figure out why I am stuck.

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Breakfast-(FP) Muffin in a Bowl with Greek 0% Yogurt and mixed Berries
Lunch-(S) Salad with Chicken, almonds, Parmesan croutons, EVOO and balsamic
Snack:(S) Nuts...too many nuts!
Supper-(FP) Vegetable Soup
Snack-(S) Satisfying Sundae


Breakfast- (S) Cereal, almond milk, strawberries (I used a slightly different cereal recipe, but it isn't online)
Lunch-(S) Salad with Chicken, almonds, Parmesan croutons, EVOO and balsamic; jimaca and creamy peanut butter dip
Snack-(S) handful of cashews
Supper-(FP) Joseph's lavash and chicken
Snack-(S) Satisfying Sundae

Sunday- (back to my lowest weight today-I was sick yesterday so that could be why!)

Breakfast- 2 Omega-3 Eggs fried in butter, strawberries
Lunch-(S) Salad, nuts, cheese, tuna, EVOO, balsamic; Lily's dark chocolate dipped in sweet creamy peanut butter dip
Supper-(FP) Joseph's Tortilla, deli meat; Blueberry Cheesecake Protein Shake
Snack-(FP) Cinnamon Strudel; Choco-Pudding


Breakfast-(E) Quick Egg and Toast; 1/2 cup Greek 0% yogurt and berries
Lunch-(S) Summer's Cup Soup with salmon
Snack-(FP) Cake Batter Protein Smoothie
Supper-(S) Roasted Veggies over Dreamfield's penne; (FP)cinnamon strudel
Snack-(S) Reese's Whip with nuts


Breakfast-(E) Apple Pie Smoothie and Cinnamon Strudel
Lunch-(S) Salad with fried Eggs, bacon bits, parmesan croutons, EVOO and balsamic
Supper-(S) Hamburger in Pita, mixed veggies
Snack- (S) Nuts


Breakfast-(S)Trim Healthy Breakfast Sandwich
Lunch-(S) Salad with Parm. croutons, salmon, Skinny chocolate
Supper-(FP) Joseph's Pita with Ham and Cheese
Snack-(FP)Cinnamon Strudel


Breakfast-(FP) Muffin in a Bowl
Snack-(FP) Cake Batter Protein Shake
Lunch-(S) Tuna in Joseph's Pita, Skinny Chocolate
Supper-(Off Plan) Meal out
Snack-(S) Satisfying Sundae

* My weight loss has been a process.  I've been on my weight loss journey since October 2010.  I have not lost this much weight since starting THM.  You can read this post to read more about how I lost the first 100 lbs.

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Cinnamon Strudel

Are you familiar with the blog Stacy Makes Cents?  If you aren't, you should be. She shares all kinds of great info and fabulous recipes.  I met Stacy as a co-moderator of the Trim Healthy Mama Facebook page and we have become good friends.  She is funny, generous, smart, AND a great cook and recipe developer.  She has generously allowed me to share this FP recipe for CINNAMON STRUDEL that you are going to love.

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You will need:
1/2 of a Joseph's lavash
2 Light Laughing Cow cheese wedges (Swiss)
Coconut oil spray

Spread the Laughing Cow cheese wedges over the lavash and sprinkle with 1 tsp. Truvia. Fold over and cut in half.  Spray the top with coconut oil spray (I get mine at Trader Joe's but my Walmart has started carrying it too.) Then sprinkle with Truvia/cinnamon mixture.  (For the topping I used 1 tsp. erythritol with a shake of KAL stevia extract and a few shakes of cinnamon. I used 1 packet of Truvia for the inside.)

Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes (the first time you make this you might want to start checking at about 10 minutes to make sure they don't burn) and then give it a couple of minutes before devouring or you might burn your tongue....don't ask me how I know.

So go visit Stacy and tell her I sent you.  OH and you need to follow her on Facebook too.  She gives a daily tip of the day (called the daily duh) AND best of all she is doing a 100 Days of Frugal Christmas ideas.

Linking up with Trim Healthy Tuesdays at Stacy Makes Cents where she is sharing a recipe for Dutch Babies and at Gwen's Nest for a video testimonial about Trim Healthy Mama with a video contest AND e-book giveaway.

Also linking up with Try a New Recipe Tuesday.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Menu Plan Monday

Here's my Trim Healthy Mama menu plan for this week. I've listed a couple of snacks each day which I will eat as needed. :)


Breakfast:(S)2-Omega Fried Eggs in grassfed butter with nutritional yeast, strawberries
Lunch:(S) Salad with tuna, EVOO and balsamic vinegar, Lily's chocolate with sweet creamy peanut butter dip
Supper:(FP) Blueberry Cheesecake Protein Shake, Joseph's tortilla with deli meat and Light Laughing Cow
Snack:(FP) Cinnamon Strudel (recipe coming soon)


Breakfast:(E) Quick Egg and Ezekiel Toast with 1/2 cup Greek 0% yogurt and berries
Lunch:(S) Summer's Cup Soup with Salmon
Supper:(FP) Roasted Veggies over Dreamfield's Pasta
Snacks:(FP) Cake Batter Protein Shake, Reese's Whip


Breakfast:(E) Baked Oatmeal 
Lunch:(S) Salad with salmon packet, EVOO, balsamic; Choco-pudding
Supper:(S)Taking 2 of our daughters to Applebee's for their birthdays.  I'll probably get a burger.
Snack:(FP) Chocolate Cake, Fat Stripping Frappa


Breakfast:(S)Trim Healthy Breakfast Sandwich
Lunch:(FP) Turkey Hotdog in Joseph's pita, cucumber
Supper:(FP) Frittata Verde (from I Heart Leftovers)
Snack:(S) Skinny Chocolate, Choco-Pudding


Breakfast: (E) THM pancakes with Greek 0% yogurt and berries
Lunch:(FP) Light Tomato Soup and Chicken on an Oat Fiber waffle
Supper:(S) Spaghetti Squash recipe (haven't completely decided-planning to cook it like this)
Snack:(FP) Cottage Berry Whip, Blueberry Cheesecake Shake


Breakfast:(S) Gingerbread for One
Lunch:(E) Nicey Ricey Salad
Supper:(S) Amazing Pizza (regular for the family)


Breakfast:(FP) Lemon Blueberry Muffin in a Bowl with Greek 0% Yogurt and berries
Lunch:(S)Salad with salmon packet, EVOO, balsamic
Supper:(FP) Chicken Vindaloo (from I Heart Leftovers) and Vegetables
Snack:(S) Coconut Dream Cake, (FP) Cake Batter Protein Shake

Link up your own menu plan at (Or just find great ideas from other bloggers that share their menus.) This week is found here.

Friday, September 20, 2013

Trim Healthy Mama-Week 31

This is my 31st week of Trim Healthy Mama. My weight was up a little this week.  I'm pretty frustrated right now, might go back to combining THM and Weight Watchers.

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Friday-ALL FP

Breakfast-Muffin in a Bowl with Greek 0% yogurt, berries
Lunch-Chicken Oat Fiber sandwich with side salad
Supper-Roasted Veggies over Dreamfield's Pasta and 3 oz chicken
Snack-37 calorie brownie-Jicama later at night

Saturday-All S

Breakfast-Lemon Blueberry Muffin in a Bowl, Greek 0% Yogurt and strawberries
Lunch-Vegetable Soup and Oat Fiber Waffle Sandwich (chicken), Skinny Chocolate
Snack-1/2 Cake Batter Protein Smoothie, Skinny Chocolate
Supper-Wedding-ate mostly on plan (S)-cheese, prime rib, salad etc.
Snack-37 calorie brownie

Sunday-All S 

Breakfast-Oat Fiber Waffle Breakfast Sandwich
Lunch-Salad with Chicken,cheese, EVOO, balsamic; Skinny Chocolate
Supper- Crab bisque and a salad with cheesy croutons (both recipes from Nutritious and Delicious)
Snack-Strawberry Shortcake (oat fiber)-FP brownie

Monday-ALL FP

Breakfast-Muffin in a Bowl with Greek 0% yogurt and mixed berries
Lunch-Turkey Hotdog in a Joseph's Pita; small salad with Walden Farms dressing and parm. cheese
Snack-Cottage Berry Whip
Supper-Vegetable Soup with 3 oz. chicken; Jicama; Reese's Whip
Snack-FP chocolate cake


Breakfast-(S) Oat Fiber Waffle Breakfast Sandwich
Lunch-(S) Big Salad with salmon, EVOO, balsamic and cheese croutons; skinny chocolate
Supper-(S) Sauteed onion, asparagus and mushrooms, Joseph's pita with turkey and Romano cheese; creamy pb dip and jicama
Snack-(FP) 2 Wasa crackers and kefir cheese

Wednesday-FP all day

Breakfast-Muffin in a Bowl
Lunch-Vegetable Soup and Oat Fiber waffle with chicken
Snack: Gluccie Pudding
Supper- Roasted Veggies over Dreamfield's pasta with 3 oz chicken
Snack-Reese's Whip


Breakfast-(E)Baked Oatmeal with a dollop of Greek 0% yogurt
Lunch-(S) Salad with Salmon, EVOO and balsamic
Supper-Off plan dinner out
Snack-(S)Satisfying Sundae

* My weight loss has been a process.  I've been on my weight loss journey since October 2010.  I have not lost this much weight since starting THM.  You can read this post to read more about how I lost the first 100 lbs.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Trim Healthy Breakfast Sandwich

As you may know, I love recipes with oat fiber (read about what oat fiber is here, a recipe for oat fiber breadstrawberry shortcake and chocolate cake).  Today, I am going to share with you a great idea for a fabulous breakfast sandwich. But I won't tell anyone if you have this for lunch or dinner. :)  The idea to make the oat fiber bread into a waffle comes from my friend Stacy...who is absolutely brilliant if you ask me!

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This is half of the sandwich.  I had already eaten the first half
when I got the idea to take a picture for this post.

I use the original oat fiber bread recipe and make it in a waffle iron.  One recipe fits my regular, round waffle iron perfectly. (Mine makes a 7" waffle).

While the waffle is cooking, I make a 2-egg omelet cooked in butter,  I add some cheese (use whatever you like. Today I used Romano. I've done this with cheddar and parmesan too.)  Then add a couple of very thin slices of deli ham.

Make your waffle sandwich (you can butter the waffle too if you like) and enjoy!

For an FP option, make an egg white omelet and either omit the cheese or keep it to a T. of parmesan or a light laughing cow cheese and use a slice of very lean meat.

And, YES...I eat the whole thing! :)

Linking up with Trim Healthy Tuesdays at Stacy Makes Cents where you will not want to miss her S recipe for Peanut Butter Brownie Pizza and at Gwen's Nest for E-Sourdough Pancakes.

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Homeschool Mother's Journal

I have really missed posting and linking up to the Homeschool Mother's Journal and hope to do more of that now that the school year is in full swing.

In my life this week… 

Life is busy. Too busy I think and we aren't really doing much outside of going to church and homeschooling. Having a large family just equals busyness I think.

I issued a challenge to my family (and ultimately myself) to make our bread for this entire month.  I have been on a long quest toward healthy eating and it's time they came along.  NO store bought white or wheat bread.  I told my 10 year old that after a month of eating good bread she probably wouldn't even like that "bread" anymore.  We shall see.  I know that I couldn't eat it without gagging. :)

In our homeschool this week…

We had a full week.  My favorite thing we are doing this year is Circle Time.  I just love the time we have together each morning.  We start out reading a chapter of the Bible, then we have a short devotion.  On Mondays I read from Susan Hunt's book, My ABC Bible Verses and the other days we are having a lesson from Polite Moments by Gary Maldaner.  I love both of these.  We also review our verses that we are learning from the ABC book every day.  

We are learning US geography this year so we go over the states we have learned so far with large flashcards I made. We have learned the New England States so far and we are working on the Mid-Atlantic States now too.  I also ask questions from the Trail Guide to US Geography. (The kids work on maps later in the day.)

Other things we are doing in our Circle Time include Greek and Latin roots, Bible trivia, OT39 flashcards and lots of reading aloud.  I can't say enough about how much I LOVE Circle time.

This week we read:

Ruth Heller's Merry-Go-Round (book about nouns)
Farmer Boy by Laura Ingalls Wilder (several chapters)

Helpful homeschooling tips or advice to share… 

The longer we homeschool the less I feel like I have tips and advice.  Just keep plugging I guess...oh and don't be afraid to ditch something if it isn't working.

Places we’re going and people we’re seeing… 

Unless going to church and the grocery store count, we haven't been going anywhere or seeing anyone.

Things I’m working on…

Going to bed earlier...and getting up early.  Had a pretty good week with that.

I’m cooking…

As I mentioned above I am making all of our bread...and with a family my size it means I am baking quite a bit of bread. I'm also making my own yogurt and kefir.  I LOVE being in the kitchen.  It makes me happy.

Hopefully I will have some pictures for next week's post but I didn't want to let my lack of pictures prevent me from linking up.

Head on over to Homeschool Mother's Journal to link up or see what others are up to.

Trim Healthy Mama-Week 30

This is my 30th week of Trim Healthy Mama.  For the past couple of months I have been doing 3 full days of FP a week.  I've decided to just free style this week and include a lot of FP to see how that weight stayed the same.  Next week I am going back to 3 FP days again. :)

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Breakfast- (FP)Muffin in a Bowl with Yogurt and Strawberries
Lunch-(FP) Salad with chicken, 1 T. parm. cheese and Walden Farms Dressing
Snack: (S) Piece of Skinny Chocolate and PB dip with Chayote
Supper-(S) Eggplant Rounds and a small amount of chicken, square of Lily's Chocolate
Snack-(E) Baked Oatmeal with Greek 0% Yogurt


Breakfast-(E) Baked Oatmeal
Snack-(FP) Gingerbread Cookie Protein Smoothie
Lunch-(FP) Salad with Chicken and Walden Farms Dressing
Snack-(S) Skinny Chocolate
Supper-(FP) Chicken in Joseph's Pita
Snack-(S) Almond Flour Brownies


Breakfast-(E) Baked Oatmeal
Lunch-(S) Salad, Skinny Chocolate
Snack-(S) Almond Flour Brownie
Supper-(S) 3 oz rib eye and sauerkraut in Joseph's Pita


Breakfast- (S) Cereal, almond milk, strawberries
Lunch-(S) Salad, Skinny Chocolate
Supper-(S) Hamburger in Joseph's Pita with grilled red onion and bleu cheese Light Laughing Cow, roasted green beans, roasted cauliflower
Snack-(S) Satisfying Sundae


Breakfast-(FP)Muffin in a Bowl with Greek 0% Yogurt
Lunch-(FP) Salad with Walden Farms dressing and 1 T. parmesan cheese, turkey hot dog in Joseph's pita
Supper-(S) Salad
Snack-(S) Satisfying Sundae

Wednesday-OOPS...I completely forgot to write it down!  I think it was a mostly S day.


Breakfast-Cottage Omelet and Almond Pan Bread
Lunch-FP Salad with chicken and Walden Farms dressing, Lily's choc. and a handful of almonds
Snack-jicama and peanut butter dip
Supper-Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad
Snack-Skinny Chocolate, Jicama and pb dip

* My weight loss has been a process.  I've been on my weight loss journey since October 2010.  I have not lost this much weight since starting THM.  You can read this post to read more about how I lost the first 100 lbs.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Trim Healthy Mama-Week 29

This is my 29th week of Trim Healthy Mama. Weight is holding steady.

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Breakfast-Eggplant French Toast with Greek O% Yogurt and mixed berries
Lunch-Summer Squash and Zucchini with Creamless Creamy Sauce and Grilled Chicken, Tomato
Snack-Reese's Whip
Supper-Grilled Chicken with Lettuce, Tomato, Light Laughing Cow Cheese and Joseph's Lavash
Snack-FP cake, yogurt, blueberries


Breakfast- (S) Stacy's Breakfast Cobbler; Greek 0% yogurt with PB2 and a tsp. of Polaner All Fruit
Lunch-(S) Salad with Salmon, Skinny Chocolate
Supper-(S) Salad with Chicken
Snack-(S) Satisfying Sundae


Breakfast-(S) Cereal and Cake Batter Protein Smoothie
Lunch-(S) Salad with Salmon, Skinny Chocolate
Supper-(S) Roasted Squash, Grilled Chicken
Snack-(S) Satisfying Sundae


Breakfast-(FP) Muffin in Bowl with Yogurt and Berries
Lunch-(FP) Salad with grilled chicken, Walden Farms dressing
Supper-(FP) Small Strawberry Kefir Smoothie, Eggplant Rounds, Grilled Chicken
Snack-(FP) Chocolate Cake with strawberries and FF Reddi-Wip


Breakfast-(S) Flax hot cereal
Lunch-(S) Salad with Grilled Chicken, Skinny Chocolate
Supper- (S)Gluten Free Cheesy Biscuits, Baked Eggs and Bacon
Snack- (S) Reese's Whip

Wednesday-All FP today

Breakfast-Stacy's Lemon Blueberry Muffin in a Bowl with Lemon Blueberry Greek 0% yogurt
Lunch-FP Salad with chicken and egg white, yogurt
Supper-Zucchini Noodles in Creamless Creamy Sauce with 3 oz chicken, yogurt
Snack-Tuna in a cucumber boat, FP chocolate cake


Breakfast-(E) Overnight Oats
Lunch-(S) Salad with Salmon, EVOO, balsamic
Supper-(OP) Pizza and Salad
Snack-(S) Yogurt with berries, Lily's chocolate and almonds

* My weight loss has been a process.  I've been on my weight loss journey since October 2010.  I have not lost this much weight since starting THM.  You can read this post to read more about how I lost the first 100 lbs.

Review of Dear Wife: Letters from a Help Meet

I recently had the privilege of reading Dear Wife: Letters from a Help Meet by Misty Leask.  I first met Misty when she was a teenager and we were attending the same church. It is a blessing to see her as a mature woman of faith.

In this short e-book there are chapters that speak to different issues we as wives may be struggling with.
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Chapters include:

Dear Wife Who Feels Alone
Dear Wife Who Feels Unloved
Dear Wife Who Feels Unwanted
Dear Wife Who Feels Unattractive
Dear Wife Who Feels Overwhelmed
Dear Wife Who Feels Unmotivated
Dear Wife Who Lives Worried
Dear Wife Who Lives Exhausted
Dear Wife Who is Depressed
Dear Wife Who is Stressed
Dear Wife Who is Angry
Dear Wife Who Feels Unloving

Through each chapter, Misty shares Biblical wisdom in short chapters that are easy to manage yet give Biblical food for thought at the same time. Each chapter ends with a heartfelt prayer to help you. This book could easily be used for daily devotions or just to help get you through a difficult spot in your marriage with any of the issues mentioned in each chapter.   I am sure you will be blessed as I was.

You can purchase Dear Wife:Letters from a Help Meet for $2.99 on Amazon.  This is Misty's second book. You can check out her first book, Unfulfilled:A Help Meet's Journey, also $2.99 on Amazon.

Read what others thought about Misty's book on her link-up.

Disclaimer:  I was given a free copy of this book for the purposes of reviewing it.  I received no compensation and was not asked to write a positive review.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Sweet Creamy Peanut Butter Dip {S}

Have you ever had a jicama? [pronounced HEE-ka-ma or HIK-a-ma]. It had been years since I'd tried one and I didn't remember being a fan.  However, I got a new cookbook this week that had a recipe for a peanut butter dip and "apples". The "apples" are actually slices of jicama for a great low carb replacement.

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Jicama is rather bland, though it does have a flavor but it is not sweet like an apple...but the mouth feel is just like an apple!  A second option is the Chayote squash.  I had only ever had it once before, but it was cooked.  I didn't realize it could be eaten raw.

One nice advantage to using either of these is that they don't turn brown like an apple.  Fabulous for cutting up ahead of time.

I didn't take a picture of the Jicama before I cut it up but this is what the Chayote looks like:

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The outside. This is the size of a small piece of fruit.

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A Chayote Squash-cut in half.  
This is my lightened up version of the recipe in the book.

Sweet Creamy Peanut Butter Dip

4 oz. 1/3 less fat cream cheese (softened or beaten in the Kitchen Aid which is what I always do)
1/4 cup natural peanut butter
1/4 cup peanut flour (I used PB2 because I have some I am trying to use up.)
6 packets Truvia and a little stevia extract (I used one scoop of NOW Better Stevia.)
2 T. almond milk (add a little more if you'd like the dip a little less thick)

Cream dip ingredients together and serve with Jicama or Chayote squash slices. (This would also be great on celery.)

I have been able to find both Jicama and Chayote squash at local grocery stores but not in EVERY grocery store.  I couldn't tell you which one I like better, but it is definitely easier to cut up the Chayote.

Linking up with Trim Healthy Tuesdays at Stacy Makes Cents where she is sharing a recipe for Blueberry Fritters and at Gwen's Nest where she has a Breakfast Berry Cake.

Also linking up with Try a New Recipe Tuesday.
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