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carriek77

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Posted: 09 Feb 2008, 10:17
I am wondering if you can have fat free sugar free pudding. I have found phase 1 recipes with it but the book says no. Which is it? I love pudding and if I can have it thats great, but I don't want to eat it if we can't have it.Confused
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Carrie
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Posted: 09 Feb 2008, 11:45
Unfortunately, no pudding in phase 1 is "allowed". But it IS okay in phase 2!! Very Happy

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Posted: 09 Feb 2008, 11:50
Get a really good organic nonfat plain yogurt, organic is really creamy with less sour taste. Mix one cup with plain cocoa, to taste. Add splenda or stevia or sweetner of choice, no sugar of course. It's not chocolate pudding by all means but it is chocolaty, sweet and satisfying. The yogurt is filling. You have had your sweet and also a dairy serving. Yum. You can even add crushed almonds or almond flavor or even a 0 calorie hazelnut syrup in the coffee section in the grocery store. It is not sweet so you do have to add a sweetner. A little imagination goes a sweet way.
Have fun with it.
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