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Quick question... Need help finding good, healthy, and affordable foods & drinks for Dukan Diet.? Looking forward for any response. My 2nd question... I just made Strawberry Cream Cheese that tasted just like the yummy stuff I used to put on my bagel at Dunkin Donuts... Now this is serious I simply must know how I can count this in my day somehow... It doesn't actually list cream cheese in my additions list...

I used to use it to dip my chocolate munchkins in as well so now I can use it to top the chocolate cakes or something... omg I am sooo excited!.

Here is the simple recipe:.

Strawberry Cream Cheese.

2 TBSP Softened Light Cream Cheese.

1 TBSP Strawberry Extract.

1 packet of Splenda.

I made the mistake of putting the cream cheese in the micro and heard 'pop pop' so I put it on defrost for like 5 seconds and it softened it then I added a lil more cream cheese to make it a lil thicker thats how it ended up at 2 TBSP lol it started at 1 TBSP anyway... I think next time to soften it I will put an empty bowl in the micro to make it warm and then put the cream cheese in it and mix it around....

I intend on using it tomorrow as a dairy. I am going to put some thawed frozen strawberrys in a single serve baking dish and on top of that I am going to put a layer of the Strawberry Cream Cheese maybe 2 tbsp as a dairy in place of the milk I am supposed to have in my cereal and then on top of that I will add the Lowfat granola cereal. And I will warm it in the toaster oven. And have yogurt on the side... Does this sound like a complete breakfast?.

Smart Balance Light Cream Cheese.

Nutritional Information.

Serving Size 2 TBSP (30g).

Servings Per Container 7.

Calories 70.

Calories from Fat 40.

Amount/Serving %DV*.

Total Fat 4.5g 7%.

Sat Fat 2.5g 13%.

Trans Fat 0g.

Poly Fat 1g.

Mono Fat 1.5g.

Cholesterol 20mg 7%.

Sodium 105mg 4%.

Total Carb 3g 1%.

Dietary Fiber 0g 0%.

Sugars 2g.

Protein 0g.

Vitamin A 0%.

Vitamin C 0%.

Calcium 6%.

Iron 0%.

Not a significant source of dietary fiber, sugars, Vitamin C, Calcium, and Iron..

* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet...

Comments (7)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I bump into an useful answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably could help you..

Comment #1

These are stats that I have from these boards....i dont think it can count as a dairy/protein cause it has to have 8 grams of protein and 3 or less grams of fat but someone on here might no better.....maybe if you used the ff cream cheese it's 30 calories for 1 oz and 4 grams of protein and used like laughing cow cheese light in another entree during the day you could count the 2 together as a protein/dairy......

Average.

Breakfast Entree = 150 cal, 2.75 g fat, 23 g carb, 10 g protein.

Lunch Entree = 170 cal, 3.25 g fat, 26 g carb, 10 g protein.

Dinner Entree = 240 cal, 5.25 g fat, 28 g carb, 20 g protein.

Dessert Entree = 110 cal, 3.25 g fat, 12 g carb, 10 g protein.

Range.

Breakfast: 120-200 calories, .5 to 4.5 grams of fat, 7-14 gams of protein.

Lunch: 120-210 calories, 1-10 grams of fat, 8-15 grams of protein.

Dinner: 180-280 calories, 3-10 grams of fat, 12-28 grams of protein.

Originally Posted by Dietary_Services.

1 Dairy/Protein Serving = 12 g carbohydrates, 8 g of protein, a trace of fat,(3 grams or under) and 100 calories.

1 Vegetable Serving = 5 g carbohydrates, 2g protein, and 25 calories.

1 Fruit Serving = 15 g carbohydrates, and 60 calories.

1 Carbohydrate Serving = 15 g carbohydrates, 3 g protein, trace of fat, and 80 calories.

1 Fat Serving = 5 g fat and 45 calories.

Daily with additions average for the Women's Under 60 Plan (Men, anyone with over 100lbs to lose and Over60 Men & Women increase daily average by the additional grocery additions): 1200 calories, 80 grams of protein (25%), 160-180 gram of carbs (55%) and 23-27 grams of fat (20%). Fiber averages 23-26 grams. The recommendation for sugar is no more than 10% of your total calories.

**dietitian recently said the fiber was 33-44 grams a day..

Comment #2

Lmao tag?.

But for what it's worth I wouldn't combine it with laughing cow both have a fair bit of fat, and by the time you've got the protein there might be too much fat.

Lynn..

Comment #3

Lol...my laughing cow light garlic and herb only has 2 grams of fat but I dont think it would meet the protein amount cause it's only 2.5 so it's only close not exact.....thanks for the info I thought I had it down but I guess not lol I should leave it up to the experts since ive only been on since jan 9 lol..

Comment #4

O no! See I looked for Strawberry Cream Cheese at the store because it's the only kind I like but I couldn't find it... I can't eat it plain but I suppose I can stand only putting one tbsp in my breakfast tomorrow instead of 2 then it will only be 35 calories... I didn't realize it had no protein when I bought it... that was a stupid choice o well hehe... Then I will have my Whey Protein powder with the 4 ounces of milk I can have with my granola cereal... It has 24 grams of protein and the milk has 8 grams so that should make up for it.....

Comment #5

Whatever works sounds like you have a plan.

Next time look for the Philly fat free rather than then you can add your strawberry since it IS difficult to find flavored fat free cream cheese (but it mixes fairly well when softened and it CAN work as a dairy/protein serving (it's pretty good with other flavors too).....

Lynn..

Comment #6

One other little thing: did you really use 1.

Tbsp.

Extract? One tsp extract is usually about 12 calories, and I would think a tbsp would probably be too much liquid anyway, so maybe you meant 1 tsp? As Lynn said, there is a FF Phillie strawberry cream cheese which I found once, but never again. So I make my own with thawed frozen strawberries, Splenda and FF cream cheese. But I hadn't thought about the extract, and that would be a great addition!..

Comment #7

Lol funny you should ask...yes a tbsp is alot and I did put a tbsp in but was a mistake lol I dumped it in somehow hahaha but it ended up tasting really good so I didn't wanna change the recipe lol... I didn't even think to look at the nutritional facts on the extract lol..

Comment #8


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