Quick & Easy Bread Pudding Recipes & Bagel Sandwich
#1 Bread Pudding Recipe
A low calorie bread pudding may be helpful in satisfying that sweet tooth while one is dieting.
Take 2 slices of 35-60 calorie bread and sprinkle it with cinnamon and no calorie butter spray OR use butter flavored cooking spray OR lower calorie margarine.
Next, add 1 cup of skim milk, a shot of vanilla extract and a few slices of your favorite fruit such as sliced peaches or blackberries. Dust with brown sugar. Pop this mixture into the microwave for about 4 minutes. This recipe contains about 225 calories with 55 calorie slices of bread are used.
#2 Bread Pudding Recipe
This is a quick bread pudding that is delicious and low in calories.
Toss 2 slices of low calorie bread into a microwave safe bowl; top with Splenda, ground cinnamon, no calorie butter spray, 1/2 cup of skim milk,1 teaspoon of Real Vanilla extract, and 1/3 of a chopped apple.
Microwave for about 4 minutes. Sprinkle with a bit of brown sugar if desired.
Bagel Sandwich Recipe
1 large bagel contains about 250 calories - but of course, brands vary so always check the label.
This will go well with the bread pudding above.....
Try something different by adding lean meat, a slice of skim-base cheese, a slice or two of tomato and a leaf of lettuce. Spread bagel with light honey-mustard dressing and cut in two. Share with a friend or family member for less than 200 calories.
Delicious Quick Bread & Toast Recipes for Your Diet
Quick & Easy Diet Cheese Toast Recipe
Spray slices of diet bread with non stick butter spray and add slice of mozzarella cheese. Place under toaster oven until cheese is melted.
Quick & Easy Diet Garlic Bread Recipe
To make Diet Garlic Bread in a flash, spray slices of bread with no calorie butter spray. Shake on garlic salt and pop into your toaster or toaster oven.
Quick & Easy Diet Rosemary Bread Recipes
1. The next time that you prepare a loaf of bread you can put rosemary into the mix - BUT, what if you forget? I did this once and my quick fix was to brush the top of the bread with a thin layer of margarine.
I suppose that water could also be used. Next I sprinkled on fine grains of rosemary and tucked the loaf back into the oven on 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. I suppose this technique could also be used for large biscuits.
2. Spray a slice of bread (60 calories or so) with non-stick, butter flavored cooking spray - and spray it well. Next, sprinkle on a bit of dried rosemary. Pop into your toaster. Warm rosemary bread is so delicious - buttery too, for only 60 calories.
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