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Got a question, hope someone can answer... What are the best natural male enhancement/endurance techniques/exercises or Dukan Diets I can try? Thanks in advance for any comment. Another question I got... Take 1/4 cup cottage cheese, 1/8 teaspoon of vanilla flavoring, and add some artificial sweetener to taste. It's like dessert but it's a dairy serving!..

Comments (18)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the answer. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I find an decent answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably know..

Comment #1

Oh now THAT sounds really good ...... and Lynn your "old WW trick" sounds pretty darn good tonight. I may have to try that one tomorrow morning..

Comment #2

Lmao and if you add just a drop of other flavored extract, you can have a variety of cheesy toppings for the pastry try a drop each of vanilla + butter + rum OR a drop each of pineapple + coconut, both combos work really well if use plain vanilla, dust top with a bit of cinnamon.

Is how I used to eat the old old Dukan Diet muffins which were far ickier than the current versions.


Comment #3

I just discovered a nice treat for those who like cheesecake like me, Jello puts out a sf, ff cheesecake pudding, it is 25 calories for 1/2 cup serving so I have just a lil less than that for a free food, it definately curbs my cheesecake cravings, then make the same puddings in vanilla, butterscotch, chocolate(it is 35 calories so you can have half a serving) but just an idea for a free food..

Comment #4

Better re-read the package unless you are talking about something other than the small blue boxes of pudding mix that I don't know about those stats are for the dry powder NOT the prepared pudding which has 1/2 cup milk added to it in order to actually have pudding (another 40-45 cal per 1/2 cup) so, you could make 6 servings out of the mix and then you'd have 1/3 dairy/protein plus a free food....


Comment #5

Oh ok thanks for the info graylady, I guess I should re-read those packages..

Comment #6

I had the cottage this morning.... I mixed it with 1/8 tsp of vanilla and 1/8 tsp lemon flavoring plus 1/2 Tbs Splenda. Spread it on a Cran/Orange pastry cut in half then broiled it 2 minutes. I nukes some blueberries and poured them over the top it was SSSOOOOO GOOD!!!! I felt like I had a huge, RICH breakfast!!.

Thanks for posting this!!!..

Comment #7

Tomorrow I'm buying cottage cheese and vanilla and instead of the Splenda, I'm getting strawberrys. Do you blend the cheese and vanilla? Eileen..

Comment #8

This is something other than the powdered packets. You buy it in the dairy section, near the yogourt. It is ready made and comes in a pack of four...

Comment #9

Ready made pudding at 25-35 cal per 1/2 cup???.

That's definitely news to me the lowest ones I've ever seen have 60 cal per container.....

Comment #10

Last week I was in desperate need of a trip to the food store but wanted to have my morning protein before I went. All that was left in the fridge was ff cream cheese. I took two tablespoons of that and mixed it with some dole mixed berries (the kind that come frozen) and some spenda. It came out like fake cheesecake without the crust. I wish I would have thought about adding some vanilla. Next time!! And I will definatley try it on top of my Dukan Diet scones...

Comment #11

I mix half of a tbs of the ff/sf powdered pudding mix and a packet or two of splenda in with my ff greek yogurt. The half tbs of the pudding powder is a little less than half of a serving, so I count it as a free food. I do this with other flavors of the pudding too (love the butterscotch) and sometimes add PB2 along with the cheesecake mix which is my favorite blend. It tastes like PB cheesecake..

This is really good over top of a baked apple and I do this for my afternoon snack some days...

Comment #12

This sounds yummy, I will get cottage cheese today. This might be good over crushed pretzels for a crust...

Comment #13

Acording to there website "Only 35 calories or less lets you enjoy all the flavor while leaving the fat and sugar behind.".


I only saw the 60 calories ones also..


Comment #14

That, sounds awesome!.

I stop dumping tabasco and jalapenos on everything and start reading this recipe board...

Comment #15

I am now wanting to buy some cottage cheese to try all this. I will have to take lactaid pills though...but, that's what it's for : )..

Comment #16

I was wondering about putting it over the breakfast granola crushed as a crust. Ummm the possibilities????.

Please post if you try the pretzels...

Comment #17

Ok, I checked the website and unless they've changed the packaged instant mixes since I bought some, that 35 cal per serving is for the MIX ONLY, when prepared they come out at 70-80 cal per 1/2 cup if you make it with milk, there's 45 more calories per serving and I'm not sure how it would come out if made with water....

A lot of people DO use the pudding mix as flavoring for smoothies and other things, and the nutritional info on the mix alone is handy for that - but these mixes do not come out prepared at those calories when made with milk as directed....


Comment #18

I always read the cottage cheese ideas with interests and I would love something that really tastes like cheesecake. But, I can't stand the texture of the curds and spoiled taste of cottage cheese. Anyone have a way around that?..

Comment #19

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


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