I need suggestions, for a low sodium, restricted fluids Dukan Diet. Snacks and light meals, only.?

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Got a question... I need suggestions, for a low sodium, restricted fluids Dukan Diet. Snacks and light meals, only.? Hoping for any comment. My other question... So I'm eating the chicken and dumplings dinner right now, and I think it would make an excellent filling for a chicken pot pie!.

I'm not creative like the rest of you, so here's your homework assignment: let's figure out how to make a crust that's Dukan Diet friendly so we can make a pot pie!.

(Sorry if this has already been done before)..

Comments (15)

I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

Yea... that's what I figured. It was worth a shot though!..

Comment #2

What about saving some of your Dukan Diet breakfast's plain pancake batter? Spoon it over the top of the chicken & dumplings in an oven safe dish. Spray a couple shots of ICBINB, and bake until top is done and browned..

Let us know if you try it and it's good...

Comment #3

I was thinking maybe you could make some type of crust with the Bisquick Heartsmart flour. Maybe one of the wonderful cooking woman will step in here...

Comment #4

What about filo puff pastry? it's 45 cal per sheet. I havent tried it. Im just spinning my wheels..

45 cal.

0.5 g fat.

100 g sodium.

9 g carbs..

Comment #5

That wouldn't be.


Bad. Even with this your going to have a dinner that's 315 calories and 36 g. of carbs. Average is 240 calories, 28 g. carbs..

To be honest, chicken and dumplings is one of the highest calorie dinners already (270). Adding even more calories by making crusts and things- you might as well not eat a Dukan Diet meal. Unless you had it on a day where you had a low calorie lunch. Like the chicken salad, and skipped the melba toast. Save your calories and carbs from lunch...

Comment #6

I pour this over a mound of cauliflower and broccoli (dinner veggies) and it is just like a "chicken pot pie" with a veggie crust...

Comment #7

I make a regular chicken pot pie w/chicken breast, chicken gravy, froz. mixed veg, onion, and spices like rosemary and thyme. I make a crust w/biscuit mix, thinner than for biscuits, poured on top. I think this can be addapted with the Dukan Diet chicken patty...

Comment #8

Carbquick baking mix has 60 cals and 2 g net carbs per serving (and also has some protein) - maybe that could serve as the crust and still have a fairly low impact. The mashed cauliflower idea is a good one, I've done that with the beef stew and it's like a shepherd's pie...

Comment #9

I actually made the mashed cauliflower and put it over the top and broiled it a little and it got cripsy. Not as great as a nice biscuit but not bad......

Comment #10

What would be the difference in using Soy Flour as opposed to Any Whey in the recipes posted here? I've seen people using Soy Flour, but most call for Any Whey. I saw it at the store last night and it says it has 35% protein. And if it's not comparable, when would you use Soy Flour? Thanks for someone's response...

Comment #11

I like the idea of saving a carb if you really want to make this. I can't cook, so I don't know what you can use in it's place as a crust. But for those who can figure it out, eat a lunch that comes with a carb (like the chicken salad), and use the Low GI carb at dinner. Sounds good to me...

Comment #12

I bought some Dixie Diners Carb Counters pie crust mix this week, and I am going to play around with it to figure out how to make individual amounts of pie crust that have will work with the diet. I'll let y'all know how it works out...

Comment #13

Where did you buy the pie crusts? I have never heard of them. Thanks..

Comment #14

I suspect Sally got it here:.

Http:// is a.


Site and Dixie Diner makes a ton of food products that fit perfectly with NS!..

Comment #15

You are correct. Haven't tried the pie crust yet, but made the Dixie Diners mashed potatoes just now. I made them with water rather than chicken broth (which the mfr suggests as an alternative and the reviewers say is better) and used ICBINB lite rather than butter. I made an individual serving (I am REALLY getting a lot of use out of my new digital scale!) rather than a whole pkg, which is 4 servings. Not bad - probably better with broth instead of water. I had about 3 ounces of 97% FF Hillshire Farms deli beef I wanted to use up, so I used 1/4 cup FF gravy (I keep 1/4 cup servings in the freezer), poured it on the beef, nuked the beef and poured over the potatoes - sh*t on a shingle, NS-style!..

Comment #16

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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