Cut up a banana and freeze (I roll it in a little coconut first). It takes a while to eat each piece from the frozen state. Put lite yogurt (I like pineapple coconut-80 calories) in freezer, when frozen, chip away, again takes a while to eat. Sugar free 15 calorie ice pops. Chicken broth over whatever veggies are on hand or even romaine or lettuce chopped up or one of the lite soups poured over the veggies. I'll also heat up V8 with veggies. For a cheesecake treat try fat free cream cheese in the tub (kraft) with artificial sweetener added and even some cocoa. And sugar free jelly belly jelly beans keep me sane at night. Just 2.5 calories a jelly bean. Steam cauliflower until soft enough to put in a processor and eat like mashed potatoes, delicious. I hope some of these will help.View Thread
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