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Carrot

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Posted: 02 Feb 2007, 18:21
I'm hoping someone has a good recipe for sweets of the healthier variety, preferably ok for Stage 2/3 Fat Flushers. I have the original book but not any additional recipes... Would love to know if there are muffiins/ cakes or the like that can be baked and eaten in moderation!
CARROT
jovillines

Joined: Jan 07
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Posted: 04 Feb 2007, 14:41
Theres a cheesecake recipe that I cant wait to try in the recipe book!! I don't have it with me now but I can post it later for you!
Carrot

Joined: Sep 06
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Posted: 06 Feb 2007, 02:46
Yum!! That does sound delicious - put it up and I will report back on just how satisfying it it!
On another note, I am hoping to get a puppy this week and it might be in the nick of time if I eat cheesecake Laughing
CARROT
FitMom

Joined: Mar 07
Posts: 25

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Posted: 03 Mar 2007, 11:34
you cannot post recipes from the book, it's copyright violation. but there's lots of good recipes on the officiasl forum of the plan at www.annlouiseforum.com. but again, you can print them for your use but not transfer them to this board ora another board.
Eva

Joined: Oct 06
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Posted: 07 Mar 2007, 18:42
There are some good recipes there; as long as you source them as coming from the official plan that's fine I think!
FitMom

Joined: Mar 07
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Posted: 10 Mar 2007, 07:24
No, it's not. But you can double check with the recipe moderator on the Forum if you like.
Shai

Joined: Sep 06
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Posted: 10 Mar 2007, 23:46
annlouise's forum is very handy; those recipes are great I use them alot

on your 'copyright' issue, if you give them credit you are ok Question

shebear

Joined: Jun 07
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Posted: 24 Jun 2007, 23:38
Hello,
I have just joined. I have a recipe that's really a good one. A friend gave it to me. I have modified it to fit the Fat Flush plan and so far everyone that's tasted it doesn't know it's really good for you!.
Here goes. You'll need a spaghetti squash (about 6 inches long, 1 cup of golden raisins, cinamon, 2 eggs, stevia and chopped nuts if you prefer. You can also sustitute cherries, or blueberries for this dish.
Bake the spaghetti squash whole with holes punched in it to let out steam (350 for about an hour) You can bake the squash ahead of time and keep cooked squash in a container until ready to use. (It freezes well) Cut baked squash in half, remove seeds, then take a fork to pull out the strands, Only half a squash is needed for this recipe. Put cooked squash in a baking dish I use a 9 inch pie plate. Beat 2 eggs and combine with raisins (or desired fruit) then mix with squash. Add cinnamon and stevia "sweet to tase". Bake in an oven at 350 until sides begin to seperate from dish (approx 35-45 minutes) as ovens vary. The result tastes similar to a pudding consistentcy. Especially if you blend the squash!Smile
jo247

Joined: Mar 07
Posts: 19

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Posted: 26 Jun 2007, 11:47
Hi, just a quick note: unless you are in Phase 3, omit the nuts and raisins from this delish dish. Check the book for weight-loss and detox friendly foods and spices.



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