About 1/4 cup....just a tad bit over. Then let it sit to thicken about 5 minutes. Seriously delicious. I used cream of tomato for one, chicken and wild rice for one, and chicken noodle soup for one...
About 1/4 C. For newbies who are wondering, you'd just subtract that much from your lean, or 1/8 of a lean. Laughing Cow is not on plan but some people use it. For the reduced fat cheese, you'd weigh it and subtract from your lean - cheese that's between 3-6g fat/ounce is a 4 ounce serving for lean, so if you used .5 ounce on your sandwich that would be another 1/8 lean. So then you'd have 3/4 of a lean left for dinner...
CodyJo's blog with sandwich maker recipes: http://newbeautifulme.blogspot.com/p...er-recipe.html.
Some recipes I posted a while back (with photos): .
I love the sandwich maker!! Adds some variety to the meals. Also it's fun to get creative...
Wow! I totally missed all of those recipes! Thank you for the links!!!!.
I had pulled out an old print out I made from back in February with ideas for "pocket" type sandwiches which inspired me. For example...cream of broccoli w/chopped up broccoli, cheese and chicken inside. Chicken parmesan made w/cot, cheese and chicken...etc.
The links to the recipes you posted are awesome! I need to try the pancake w/syrup recipe. Wonder if you could do that with oatmeal, too? Oh, the possibilities! Yay!..
I read somewhere that someone mixes an oatmeal and a pancake mix, adds 6-7oz water, 1/4t baking powder, and cooks in the sandwich maker for 4 muffins (2 meals). Have been wanting to try that one!..
That sounds good, too. Seriously, who would have thought that something this simple would make such a HUGE deal to me????? I am anxiously awaiting my next meal time! Totally crazy! Again, thank you for the links...the Indian taco looks seriously good, too. Can you tell I'm a foodie???? LOL..
OK...new creation, then I'll shut up!LOL.
I made a turkey sandwich!.
I made this w/chicken noodle soup ground up w/ 1/4 tsp baking powder, salt, a a sprinkle of mrs. dash. I added 1/4 c southwest eggbeaters. When it soaked, it needed more liquid, so I added 1/8 c water and it made enough batter to fill all 4 cups in the sandwich maker. Spray w/ PAM When done, I put 1 slice (1/2 oz) turkey in between the 2 pieces of bread...and savory HEAVEN. Yum..
On a side note...did this w/pancakes and they turned out too dense for my liking...but the chocolate shake was scrum-dilly-iscious..
CodyJo's recipes have been very successful for me. I'm really glad I bought the sandwich maker too!..