Cincinnati Style Chili Cheese Coneys!

June 30, 2011 at 6:17 PM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, turkey hotdogs | 2 Comments
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Today’s Menu: Cincinnati Style Chili Cheese Coneys


It’s Coney night! I used Ball Park White Smoked Turkey Franks, 1 Can of Skyline Chili, French’s Mustard, Kraft 2% Shredded Sharp Cheese, and Healthy Life Hot Dog Buns. Put it all together and you have the Cincinnati Style Chili Cheese Coney. Had a few Oyster Crackers also, which is a must when having any type of chili. You can also add diced Onions to your Coneys if you like. Ahhh comfort food!

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Top 20 Power Foods for Diabetes

June 30, 2011 at 7:36 AM | Posted in baking, diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, vegetables | Leave a comment
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I had been showing  articles from Diabetic Living On Line on 15 Foods that were bad for Diabetes and now I’ll be showing articles on the Top 20 Power Foods for Diabetes and some healthy recipes along with it. All from: http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/

By Lori Brookhart-Schervish; Contributing writer Marsha McCulloch, RD; Reviewed by Connie Crawley, RD, LD, 2009

Including these extra-healthy power foods in your diet will help you meet your nutritional needs as well as lower your risk of diabetes complications such as heart disease. Of course, the foods on this list shouldn’t be the only foods you eat, but incorporating some or all into your diabetes meal plan will help improve your overall health.

Are These Power Foods in Your Diet?

If you already follow a healthful meal plan filled with whole grains, fresh fruits and veggies, and lean protein, congratulations! You’re on your way to a long, healthy life and are taking a major step in controlling your weight and blood glucose levels. Plus, you’re probably already eating a bunch of the foods on this list.

For those who are taking the baby-steps approach to eating better, this list is even more helpful. Not only are these power foods high in fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals, they’re also familiar and easy to find. That means you don’t have to hunt down any exotic ingredients or shop at specialty grocery stores to find foods that will help you get on track with a healthful meal plan.

#19 Tomatoes

The tomato is an excellent source of vitamin C and potassium and is rich in lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that is easier for your body to absorb from cooked and processed tomatoes, such as tomato juice, than from fresh, whole tomatoes. According to Healing Gourmet: Eat to Beat Diabetes (McGraw-Hill, 2006), adding a little bit of oil while sauteing or cooking tomatoes can help aid in lycopene absorption.

Studies suggest lycopene-rich tomato products may help protect against certain types of cancer, including prostate cancer, and may offer cardiovascular and anti-inflammatory protection.

Check the Nutrition Facts food labels on packaged and canned tomato products to find those with the least sodium and sugar. Also, make sure you choose tomato sauce. The American Diabetes Association points out that tomato sauce is different than pasta or spaghetti sauces, which are categorized under starchy vegetables.

Smoky Tomato Pizza
Smoked Gouda and herbs add a sophisticated flair to this fresh tomato-topped appetizer pizza.
SERVINGS: 16 servings
CARB GRAMS PER SERVING: 16

1     16-ounce loaf frozen whole wheat bread dough, thawed
2     tablespoons cornmeal
1     tablespoon olive oil
1/8     teaspoon crushed red pepper
1     cup shredded reduced-fat mozzarella cheese (4 ounces)
6      plum tomatoes, sliced
1     small red onion, cut into very thin wedges and separated into strips
2     tablespoons snipped fresh basil or oregano
1     tablespoon snipped fresh rosemary
1/2     cup shredded smoked Gouda cheese (2 ounces)

1. On a lightly floured surface divide dough into two portions. Cover; let rest for 10 minutes. Roll each dough portion into a 10- to 12-inch circle. Grease two extra-large baking sheets; sprinkle with cornmeal. Transfer dough circles to baking sheets. Bake in a 450 degree F oven for 5 minutes. Remove baking sheets from oven; place on wire racks to cool.

2. Meanwhile, stir together olive oil and crushed red pepper; brush onto the crusts. Top with mozzarella cheese. Layer with the tomato slices and onion. Sprinkle basil and rosemary over tomatoes. Top with cheese. Bake for 5 to 8 minutes or until mozzarella cheese is melted and pizza crusts are golden brown. Cut each pizza into 8 wedges to serve. Makes 16 servings.

Nutrition Facts Per Serving:

* Servings: 16 servings
* Calories135
* Total Fat (g)5
* Saturated Fat (g)2
* Cholesterol (mg)11
* Sodium (mg)262
* Carbohydrate (g)16
* Fiber (g)2
* Protein (g)8
Diabetic Exchanges
* Starch (d.e.)1
* Vegetables (d.e.).5
* Lean Meat (d.e.).5
* Fat (d.e.).5

 

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/

What to Watch: Tough Cookies and Heat Seekers Premiere this July

June 29, 2011 at 9:25 PM | Posted in baking, Food | Leave a comment

What to Watch: Tough Cookies and Heat Seekers Premiere this July
by The FN Dish in Shows

Tough Cookie

Summer’s heating up on Food Network with two new series that are sure to bring drama, heat and good food.

First, Food Network heads down the shore for the new series, Tough Cookies. Follow sisters Susan Adair, Linda Brand

and their loving, squabbling, multi-generational family as they run Crazy Susan’s Cookie Company in Ocean City, N.J. Crazy Susan’s isn’t your average

bakery –- Susan is a mad genius, creating new concoctions and selling out fast every day, all while managing employees who are mostly family members. Their cookies might just be as popular as the beach in this town.
Tune in: Monday, July 11 at 10 p.m. Eastern/ 9 p.m. Central

Then, follow chefs Aarón Sanchez and Roger Mooking on a tongue-testing odyssey to discover the most delicious

Heat Seekers

and dangerous spicy food in the country on Heat Seekers. In each city, they discover the secrets of heat in cuisines like Mexican, Indian and Korean, and then subject themselves to a test of who can handle the heat. What results in these adventures are either tears of laughter or pain, but usually

it’s both.
Tune in: Friday, July 22 at 10 p.m. Eastern/ 9 p.m. Central

http://blog.foodnetwork.com/fn-dish/2011/06/21/tough-cookies-heat-seekers/#Summer%20is%20heating%20up%20with%20new%20shows%20premiering%20in%20July

Copper River Salmon w/ Green Beans and Three Cheese Tortellini

June 29, 2011 at 4:50 PM | Posted in dessert, diabetes, diabetes friendly, fish, Food, fruits, greenbeans, Healthy Life Whole Grain Breads, salmon | 1 Comment
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Today’s Menu: Baked Copper River Salmon w/ Green Beans and Three Cheese Torteillini

Had a fillet of the Copper River Salmon. Not much seasoning neede with this Salmon, I seasoned with Sea Salt, Grinder Black Pepper, and Parsley. Then Baked at 375 degrees for 11 minutes. As sides had Green Beans and Barilla Three Cheese Tortellini. Wish the Tortellini was lower in in calories and carbs but every now and then I think it’s okay. It was a very low carb and low calorie day for breakfast and lunch so the Tortellini will fit in the plans. I added Kraft Shredded Parm Cheese and chopped up some fresh Chives to top the Tortellini with. For dessert later a bowl of Breyer’s Carb Smart Vanilla Ice Cream and some fresh Blueberries to top it off.

Top 20 Power Foods for Diabetes

June 29, 2011 at 8:21 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, green tea, low calorie, low carb | Leave a comment
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I had been showing  articles from Diabetic Living On Line on 15 Foods that were bad for Diabetes and now I’ll be showing articles on the Top 20 Power Foods for Diabetes and some healthy recipes along with it. All from: http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/

By Lori Brookhart-Schervish; Contributing writer Marsha McCulloch, RD; Reviewed by Connie Crawley, RD, LD, 2009

Including these extra-healthy power foods in your diet will help you meet your nutritional needs as well as lower your risk of diabetes complications such as heart disease. Of course, the foods on this list shouldn’t be the only foods you eat, but incorporating some or all into your diabetes meal plan will help improve your overall health.

Are These Power Foods in Your Diet?

If you already follow a healthful meal plan filled with whole grains, fresh fruits and veggies, and lean protein, congratulations! You’re on your way to a long, healthy life and are taking a major step in controlling your weight and blood glucose levels. Plus, you’re probably already eating a bunch of the foods on this list.

For those who are taking the baby-steps approach to eating better, this list is even more helpful. Not only are these power foods high in fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals, they’re also familiar and easy to find. That means you don’t have to hunt down any exotic ingredients or shop at specialty grocery stores to find foods that will help you get on track with a healthful meal plan.

#18 Tea

The next time you pour yourself a cup of white, green, or black tea, you could be doing your health a favor. Tea contains antioxidant-rich flavonoids, called catechins, which have been studied for their effectiveness in preventing chronic illnesses such as cancer and heart disease, says nutritionist Jeannette Jordan.

There are various types of teas from all over the world, and many are sold ground in tea bags or as loose-leaf varieties.

Loose Leaf Tea

Fun tea facts: White tea is the highest in antioxidants, with green coming in second, followed by oolong tea, then black tea, according to Mike Feller, co-owner of Gong Fu Tea in Des Moines. This is because of each tea’s degree of oxidation–the less it is oxidized, the higher the antioxidants and the lower the caffeine.

Tea can be enjoyed either hot or cold. If you prefer decaf, Feller suggests this technique: Steep regular tea for 30 seconds, then pour it out. Steep the tea leaves or tea bag again for 3 to 5 minutes, then drink. This natural, chemical-free decaffeinating process removes 80 percent of the caffeine, which is released in the first 30 seconds.

Ruby Red Winter Iced Tea
White tea is slightly sweeter than green or black tea, either of which can be substituted to make this drink.
SERVINGS: about 12 (8-ounce) servings
CARB GRAMS PER SERVING: 9

1/2     cup sugar
1/2     cup water
8     bags Red Zinger herb tea
12     cups brewed white tea*
Ice cubes
12      fresh rosemary sprigs (optional)

1. For syrup, in a small saucepan stir together the sugar and water; add tea bags. Cook and stir over medium heat until sugar is dissolved and mixture just comes to boiling. Remove from heat. Cover and let stand for 10 minutes. Carefully remove tea bags, gently squeezing to remove liquid.

2. Divide brewed white tea between two, 2-quart pitchers. Divide syrup between pitchers. Cover and refrigerate at least 4 hours or up to 24 hours or until chilled. Serve over ice with a rosemary sprig as a stirring stick, if desired. Makes about 12 (8-ounce) servings.

*TO BREW 12 CUPS WHITE TEA: If using loose tea, divide 1/2 cup (about 1-1/2 ounces) tea between two large tea balls. Place tea balls, or 12 tea bags, in a large heatproof bowl or pitcher. Cover with 12 cups boiling water. Allow to stand 4 minutes. Remove tea ball or bags. Cool before refrigerating.

Nutrition Facts Per Serving:

* Servings: about 12 (8-ounce) servings
* Calories33
* Total Fat (g)0
* Saturated Fat (g)0
* Monounsaturated Fat (g)0
* Polyunsaturated Fat (g)0
* Cholesterol (mg)0
* Sodium (mg)0
* Carbohydrate (g)9
* Total Sugar (g)8
* Fiber (g)0
* Protein (g)0
* Vitamin C (DV%)0
* Calcium (DV%)0
* Iron (DV%)0

 

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/

Chicken Panini w/ Chips

June 28, 2011 at 5:54 PM | Posted in cheese, chicken, diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, Healthy Life Whole Grain Breads, low calorie, low carb, Panini Grill | 3 Comments
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Today’s Menu: Rotisserie Chicken & Monterey Cheese Panini w/ Pop Chips


Light and Easy dinner tonight! I fixed a Chicken Panini topped with a slice of Monterey/Jack Cheese and Reduced Mayo w/ Olive Oil. For the Chicken I used Walmart Rotisserie Chicken and Healthy Life Whole Grain for my Bread.  As a side I had a half of serving of Salt and Pepper Pop Chips. For dessert later Walmart Bakery Sugar Free Angel Food Cake topped with Del Monte Sugarless Peaches.

Baked Honey Glazed Pork Chop w/ Asparagus…

June 27, 2011 at 5:08 PM | Posted in baking, dessert, diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb, pork chops, potatoes | Leave a comment
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Today’s Menu: Baked Honey Glazed Pork Chops w/ Fresh Asparagus, Boiled New Potatoes and Whole Grain Bread

Had a Baked Honey Glazed Pork Chop. Found the recipe on http://www.porkbeinspired.com/  I found this monster Chop at Kroger the other day and this recipe sounded perfect for it. Anything with Honey and Brown Sugar has to be good! Plus it’s only 16 Carbs! The full recipe and instructions are at the end of my post. As sides I had fresh Asparagus seasoned with Garlic Salt and Black Pepper and lightly fried in Extra Virgin Olive Oil, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter along with sliced Almonds. I also sliced some New Potatoes up and seasoned them with Sea Salt, Pepper, and Parsley and then boiled them until they were tender, about 15 minutes. Also had Healthy Life Whole Grain Bread. For dessert later I had made a batch of Chocolate Cupcakes made with Pillsbury Sugarless Devilsfood Cake Mix and Sugarless Frosting.

Honey-Glazed Pork Chops
Recipe from PorkBeInspired.com
Times:
Prep Time: 5 minutes minutes prep, Cook Time: 45 minutes minutes cook
Ingredients:
4 bone-in pork loin chops, 3/4-to-1-inch thick
salt , to taste
ground black pepper, to taste
2 tablespoons packed brown sugar
2 tablespoons honey
Nonstick cooking spray

Heat oven to 350 degrees F. Sprinkle chops with salt and pepper. Coat large skillet with nonstick cooking spray. Heat skillet over medium heat. Add pork chops. Cook until brown, turning once. Remove chops. Place chops in 9×13-inch baking dish. Combine brown sugar and honey in small bowl. Microwave on HIGH (100%) for 20 seconds; stir to combine. Spoon half of the honey mixture over tops of chops, spreading evenly.

Bake, uncovered, for 15 minutes. Turn chops; spoon remaining honey mixture over chops, spreading evenly. Bake until internal temperature is 160 degrees F, 15-20 minutes. To serve, spoon pan drippings over chops.

Serves 4.

Nutrition:
Calories: 229 calories
Protein: 25 grams
Fat: 7 grams
Sodium: 344 milligrams
Cholesterol: 69 milligrams
Saturated Fat: 2 grams
Carbohydrates: 16 grams
Fiber: 0 grams

http://www.porkbeinspired.com/

Fruit of the Week – Grapefruit

June 27, 2011 at 12:07 PM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, fruits | 1 Comment
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The grapefruit is a subtropical citrus tree known for its bitter fruit, an 18th-century hybrid first bred in Barbados. When found, it was named the “forbidden fruit”; it has also been misidentified with the pomelo or shaddock (C. maxima), one of the parents of this hybrid, the other being sweet orange.

These evergreen trees are usually found at around 16–20 ft tall, although they can reach 43–49 ft. The leaves are dark green, long (up to 150 mm, 6 inches) and thin. It produces 5 cm (2 in) white four-petaled flowers. The fruit is yellow-orange skinned and largely an oblate spheroid; it ranges in diameter from 10–15 cm. The flesh is segmented and acidic, varying in color depending on the cultivars, which include white, pink and red pulps of varying sweetness. The 1929 US Ruby Red (of the Redblush variety) has the first grapefruit patent.

An early pioneer in the American citrus industry was Kimball Chase Atwood, a wealthy entrepreneur who founded the Atwood Grapefruit Co. in the late 1800s. The Atwood Grove became the largest grapefruit grove in the world, with an annual production of 80,000 boxes of fruit. It was there that pink grapefruit was first discovered in 1906.

The 1929 Ruby Red patent was associated with real commercial success, which came after the discovery of a red grapefruit growing on a pink variety. Only with the introduction of the Ruby Red did the grapefruit transform into a real agricultural success. The Red grapefruit, starting with the Ruby Red, has even become a symbolic fruit of Texas, where white “inferior” grapefruit were eliminated and only red grapefruit were grown for decades. Using radiation to trigger mutations, new varieties were developed to retain the red tones which typically faded to pink, the Rio Red variety is the current (2007) Texas grapefruit with registered trademarks Rio Star and Ruby-Sweet, also sometimes promoted as “Reddest” and “Texas Choice”.

Grapefruit comes in many varieties, determinable by color, which is caused by the pigmentation of the fruit in respect of both its state of ripeness. The most popular varieties cultivated today are red, white, and pink hues, referring to the internal pulp color of the fruit. The family of flavors range from highly acidic and somewhat bitter to sweet and tart. Grapefruit mercaptan, a sulfur-containing terpene, is one of the substances which has a strong influence on the taste and odor of grapefruit, compared with other citrus fruits.

The fruit has become popular since the late 19th century; before that it was only grown as an ornamental plant. The United States quickly became a major producer of the fruit, with orchards in Florida, Texas, Arizona, and California. In Spanish, the fruit is known as toronja or pomelo.

Oven Baked Cinnamon Grapefruit

Ingredients
1 medium pink grapefruit
1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener packets

Directions
1 Preheat oven to 400 °F.
2 Cut grapefruit in half. With small serrated knife, loosen segments. Use caution not to slice through skin.
3 Place halves with cut faces up, on a baking sheet. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar substitute.
4 Bake 20 minutes, or until warmed through.
5 Transfer to serving plates. Let stand 5 minutes to cool before serving.

Nutrition Facts
Makes 2 servings
Serving Size: 1 each
Amount Per Serving
Calories     44.4
Total Carbs     11.3 g
Dietary Fiber     1.7 g
Sugars     8.9 g
Total Fat     0.1 g
Saturated Fat     0 g
Unsaturated Fat     0.1 g
Potassium     180.8 mg
Protein     0.8 g
Sodium     0.1 mg

Top 20 Power Foods for Diabetes

June 27, 2011 at 11:48 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, low calorie, low carb | Leave a comment

I had been showing  articles from Diabetic Living On Line on 15 Foods that were bad for Diabetes and now I’ll be showing articles on the Top 20 Power Foods for Diabetes and some healthy recipes along with it. All from: http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/

By Lori Brookhart-Schervish; Contributing writer Marsha McCulloch, RD; Reviewed by Connie Crawley, RD, LD, 2009

Including these extra-healthy power foods in your diet will help you meet your nutritional needs as well as lower your risk of diabetes complications such as heart disease. Of course, the foods on this list shouldn’t be the only foods you eat, but incorporating some or all into your diabetes meal plan will help improve your overall health.

Are These Power Foods in Your Diet?

If you already follow a healthful meal plan filled with whole grains, fresh fruits and veggies, and lean protein, congratulations! You’re on your way to a long, healthy life and are taking a major step in controlling your weight and blood glucose levels. Plus, you’re probably already eating a bunch of the foods on this list.

For those who are taking the baby-steps approach to eating better, this list is even more helpful. Not only are these power foods high in fiber, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals, they’re also familiar and easy to find. That means you don’t have to hunt down any exotic ingredients or shop at specialty grocery stores to find foods that will help you get on track with a healthful meal plan.

#17 Soy

Often used as a substitute for animal products, soy is an excellent power food to incorporate in your diet, even if you aren’t a vegetarian. Soy can be eaten in whole bean form, such as baby green soybeans called edamame, which is the highest in protein. Other soy products include soy milk or cheese, tofu, soy nuts, or vegetarian meatless products.

Soy is also a source of niacin, folate, zinc, potassium, iron, and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a fatty acid that can be converted into omega-3 fatty acids, known to help lower cholesterol. All of these nutrients serve important functions in the body:

* Niacin is a B vitamin that aids in converting food into energy.
* Folate may help lower homocysteine levels linked to heart disease.
* Zinc, found naturally in foods or supplemented in foods or vitamins, may be lower in people with diabetes and may help improve immune function and wound healing, according to the National Institutes of Health Office of Dietary Supplements.
* Potassium may help lower blood pressure and is essential for the water balance between the cells and body fluids, such as electrolyte balance, according to the American Heart Association.
* Iron oxygenates the blood and body and helps keep a healthy immune system.

Check with a health-care professional before increasing potassium intake if you have kidney complications or kidney disease.

Serving sizes depend on whether soy is consumed in food or drink. Read the food label for specific serving sizes on individual items.

Crispy Tofu and Vegetables
SERVINGS: 4 servings
CARB GRAMS PER SERVING: 15

1     12- to 16-ounce package light, reduced-fat, or regular extra-firm tub-style tofu (fresh bean curd), drained
3     tablespoons reduced-sodium teriyaki sauce or soy sauce
2     cups fresh snow pea pods (8 ounces)
1/4     cup yellow cornmeal
1/8     teaspoon ground red pepper
2     teaspoons toasted sesame oil
1     medium red sweet pepper, cut into thin strips
1     medium yellow sweet pepper, cut into thin strips
8      green onions, cut into 2-inch pieces
2     teaspoons cooking oil
1     tablespoon white or black sesame seed, toasted (optional)

1. Cut tofu crosswise into eight 1/2-inch-thick slices. Arrange slices in a single layer in a 2-quart rectangular baking dish. Pour 2 tablespoons of the teriyaki sauce over tofu; turn slices to coat. Let stand at room temperature for 15 minutes.

2. Remove strings and tips from pea pods; cut in half. Set pea pods aside. In a shallow dish combine cornmeal and ground red pepper. Drain tofu, discarding marinade. Carefully dip tofu slices in cornmeal mixture; press gently to coat both sides. Set tofu slices aside.

3. Pour 1 teaspoon of the sesame oil into a large nonstick skillet. Preheat over medium-high heat. Stir-fry sweet pepper strips for 2 minutes. Add pea pods and green onions; stir-fry for 2 to 3 minutes more or until crisp-tender.

4. Remove skillet from heat; stir in the remaining 1 tablespoon teriyaki sauce. Transfer vegetable mixture to a serving platter; cover and keep warm. Wipe skillet clean.

5. In the same skillet heat the remaining 1 teaspoon sesame oil and the cooking oil over medium heat. Cook the coated tofu slices for 2-1/2 to 3 minutes on each side or until crisp and golden brown, using a spatula to turn carefully. Serve tofu slices over vegetable mixture. If desired, sprinkle with sesame seed. Makes 4 servings.

Nutrition Facts Per Serving:

* Servings: 4 servings
* Calories151
* Total Fat (g)6
* Saturated Fat (g)1
* Sodium (mg)473
* Carbohydrate (g)15
* Fiber (g)3
* Protein (g)9
* Vitamin C (DV%)196
* Calcium (DV%)6
* Iron (DV%)14

http://www.diabeticlivingonline.com/

Turkey Burger Melt

June 26, 2011 at 5:59 PM | Posted in cheese, diabetes, diabetes friendly, Food, ground turkey, Healthy Life Whole Grain Breads, low calorie, low carb, mushrooms | 3 Comments
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Today’s Menu: Turkey Burger Melt

No sides just a Melt tonight for dinner. I fried up a Ground Turkey Burger, 93/7 Turkey blend, that I had seasoned with Sea Salt and Pepper. While in another skillet I fried 2 pieces of Low Sodium Turkey Bacon. After crisping up the Bacon I wiped that pan out and used it to sautee two Mushrooms that I had halved. I then wiped down the same pan and used it assemble and melt the sandwich. I used two pieces of Healthy Life Whole Grain Bread, I buttered one side of each piece of Bread with I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter. I then layed one piece of Bread down in the skillet, Buttered side down, and added one piece of Monterrey/Jack Cheese, Sauteed Mushrooms, Turkey Burger, the Turkey Bacon, and then the other slice of Bread with the Buttered side up. I melted the sandwich on medium heat till the Bread browned and then flipped it over and browned the other side, about 3 minutes per side. The Melt came out beautiful with the Cheese melted just right and the Bacon nice and crisp.

Ingredients:

*2 Slices Healthy Life Whole Grain Bread
*I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter
* 1 Ground Turkey Burger
* 2 Pieces Low Sodium Turkey Bacon
* 2 Medium size Mushrooms
* 1 Piece of Monterrey/Jack Cheese
* Extra Virgin Olive Oil
* Pam w/ Olive Oil Spray

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