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I got a quick question: Does anyone know where to find carbonated vaseline? Is there a Vitamin Shoppe somewhere out there?.

I also got another question: Ok this has a long list of goodies in it, but it is so worth it, nice treat for breakfast at the Holidays..

Preheat Oven 400 Degrees.

1/2 Cup Soy Flour.

1/2 Cup All Purpose Flour.

1 Cup Quaker Quick Oats.

4 Tablespoons of Baking Powder.

1 Tablespoon of Pumpkin Pie Spice.

2 Cups Splenda Granulated.

4 Tablespoons Of Egg White Protein Powder.

1/4 teaspoon salt.

Mix all dry ingredients together in bowl..

Add In & fold, not stir.

1/2 Can Of Libby Pumpkin.

4 oz Cup of Musslemans Lite Applesauce w/ Splenda.

1 Tablespoon Pure Vanilla.

1 cup of Lite Silk Vanilla soy milk.

1/2 cup of eggbeaters egg whites.

2 tablespoons of Da Vinci SF Carmel Syrup or Walden Farms SF Carmel or Carmel Extract.

12 cup muffin pan, papercups, spray with pam butter spray, 1/3 cup muffin mix..

Bake 400 Degrees 16 Minutes, or until toothpick comes out clean.

Spray with ICBINB and sprinkle some splenda on top.

These are light, fluffy and good for you!.

Here are the stat's.

Calories 91 each.

Fat .5 each.

Carbs 13 each.

Protein 10 g each.

These freeze well, just pop in microwave and go!.

Enjoy!..

Comments (27)

Your question was: Does anyone know where to find carbonated vaseline? Is there a Vitamin Shoppe somewhere out there?.

While a glycemic value of zero would truly represent a food which has no effect on blood sugar levels, thats not to say that any effect is bad. Really, it's the spikes in blood sugar levels brought on by foods with high glycemic values which cause mischief. Look at the GI values of each item.

For example a serving of.

Oatmeal has a GI value of 49.

Applesauce has a GI value of 38.

Pumpkin has a GI value of 75.

So when averaged this would be a Medium GI Food, and keep in mind that GI value is on a whole serving of that Item, not one of 12 of the muffins.

This is not a everyday item, but a special Holiday treat. Enjoy!..

Comment #1

Thanks Jezabel for the great sounding recipe. I will definitely try it. I have some pumpkin in the cabinet right now. Judie..

Comment #2

Where do you get your soy flour and how is it packaged?.

How do you calculate a serving size of it?.

Can us make a straight one-for-one substitution in standard recipes and what effect does it have?.

Thanks..

Comment #3

They have soy flour in most stores (at least mine does) in the baking aisle...

Comment #4

I get my soy flour at the health food stores ... hm swedish8fish I have to look in the baking aisles it would be so much more convient ...ty..

Comment #5

I found it one day while I was looking for an ingredient for one of Christina's recipes which I still haven't found. Wheat gluten. I think that's what I was looking for. Anymore I shop like I'm 90 years old. It takes me about 2 hours to shop and I stand there and study the ingredients. Sometimes I feel like bringing a magnifying glass.

LOL One day I'm standing by the frozen food freezing my a off and a lady and I looked at each other. She had all of these little papers in her hand. She said "Weight Watchers" and I said "Nutrisystem" and we both just laughed...

Comment #6

I found both of those at WalMart. Wheat gluten and soy flour made by Hodgkin Mills both in the baking isle...

Comment #7

I bought a box of wheat gluten at SuperTarget clearance about 3 months and still haven't used it. I remember getting it for a reason but for the life of me, I don't remember what it was..

What are you going to use it for?..

Comment #8

I bought mine a month ago. I had in mind to make some of Christina's recipes that use it and have not done so yet...

Comment #9

1. I buy my soy flour at walmart, in a box, follow serving size on side panel.

2. I dont use straight one for one, I prefer half a p flour and half soy flour.

3. I tally up all the stats from everything that goes into a batch and divide by 12, this batch makes exactly 12 1/3 cup servings. So each muffin is exactly the same I use a measuring cup.

4. These are yummy, full of protein, medium GI based on a average of all GI rated servings that go into it, Low Calorie, Low Carb, Low Sugar and Low Fat and by far are my favorite muffin.

5. One of these muffins is half of a NS breakfast stat's wise, almost twice the size of a ns muffin and you can have two for breakfast and stay in your ns stats. The muffins count as your carb and protein for breakfast. Only thing you need to add is some type of dairy, like a serving of fat free milk and some fruit...

Comment #10

I've used it before in bread machine resipes. It helps the rise, I think. And some flours that aren't wheat (like soy) won't rise on their own...

Comment #11

I think it was for her peach buns. It was definitely for one of her breakfast muffins or cakes...

Comment #12

They usually have soy flour in the grocery store right in with the specialty flour and stuff. Keep in mind there are 3 varieties, full fat, low fat and fat free. I googled it and got an interesting article. It said you can sub up to 1/3 of white or wheat flour in a recipe with no affect on taste and it adds more protein. Unfortunately the reg groc only had the full fat. I'm guessing the health food store would have more choices...

Comment #13

Just wondering (since I've never tried "from scratch" recipes on NutriSystem)...how does one know what makes a recipe Low Glycemic? Thanks...

Comment #14

While a glycemic value of zero would truly represent a food which has no effect on blood sugar levels, thats not to say that any effect is bad. Really, it's the spikes in blood sugar levels brought on by foods with high glycemic values which cause mischief. Look at the GI values of each item.

For example a serving of.

Oatmeal has a GI value of 49.

Applesauce has a GI value of 38.

Pumpkin has a GI value of 75.

So when averaged this would be a Medium GI Food, and keep in mind that GI value is on a whole serving of that Item, not one of 12 of the muffins.

This is not a everyday item, but a special Holiday treat. Enjoy!..

Comment #15


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