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.


Stacy said...

:-) I'm so glad we're friends.

Karen said...

Me too Stacy!

Barb said...

Laughing Cow Cinnamon? Save a step? I think I may try it. Thanks for the great recipes!

Karen said...

If you use the light cinnamon you will only be able to use one wedge to keep it FP...there are 4 g of fat in one wedge of the light cinnamon.

Cindy@ExpatPrep.org said...

oh my goodness, I think I am going to have to try this today - it sounds fabulous!

Lisa said...

This looks amazing! Thanks so much for linking up with "Try a New Recipe Tuesday." I am featuring you this week! Be sure to stop by and grab an "I've been featured" button from my sidebar for your blog. I look forward to seeing what you'll share this week. :-)

Kristin Forsyth said...

This is now my favorite THM recipe of all time! I made it an S by using cream cheese (I used 1/3 less fat) and brushing BUTTER on top :D TO DIE FOR!

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