That's me! I love the stuff! I really wish I could mass market these little delights!
Here is my set up in making my next couple batches. Above I have my ingredients ready to make my Strawberry/Banana/Coconut (I am a sucker for coconut) and peach/Mango/Pineapple (a favorite of my daughters). I have my syups and flavorings, sugar free jello, knox unflavored gelatin.
The recipe is simple:
* 6 cups boiling water (if you use sf syrup just minus the amount from the water like 5 cups water + 1 cup sf syrup)
* 6 packets knox gelatin
* 2 big boxes (or 4 smaller boxes) sf jello
Mix together thoroughly - pour into brownie dish and refrigerate for several hours. Cut up and put into little snack baggies if you want. It's about 40 calories per little baggie.
A big hit with my son and his friend who could NOT stop eating my Lime/Banana/Coconut blox.
I love having these low calories, tasty little treats around!
Also, I don't know what it is means, but I just love making kabobs! I didn't ever have them growing up so it's like a special thing.
This was our dinner tonight for just our family.
I know, I know... I made enough for an ARMY!! (lots of yummy left overs)
These are BBQ Teriyaki Pork Kabobs which I made early on in week 12 of my journey and posted about them as well. I don't have a BBQ grill anymore so I just baked them in my oven. I had these pork pieces marinating for 24 hours and skewered them today. I was loving them. My kids liked them. I love the sauce for dipping as well. Yum!
Here's another quick lean and green I did a couple nights ago.
I just sauteed my zucchini, yellow squash and tomatoes with some Mrs. Dash tomato basil seasoning and added my shrimp. I love that added flavor of the tomatoes. For Brent, I made his standard salad with a sprinkle of low fat cheese & Walden Farms Ranch dressing and his 3 Morning Star sausage patties. He loves those patties!
In the next couple days I will be hosting my FIRST GIVEAWAY! I'm excited. Some lucky winner will win some exciting Scrapbooking software. What a way to perserve all those memories and pictures.
Life is Good!! XOXO ~Margene