When trying past diets (and there have been many) I've typically strayed away from low fat salad dressings. Remember when they used to taste awful? Somewhere between slightly off milk and paint thinner? Yeah, light salad dressing were the pits. Surprisingly, that's a thing of the past. I have discovered Newman's Own "Lighten Up" line. I am completely and totally in love with the lighten up balsamic vinaigrette and even MORE in love with the low fat sesame ginger. They are both awesome, with awesome stats!
For the sesame ginger:
Serv. Size 2 Tbsp (30g) Calories 35Fat Cal. 15Total Fat 1.5g (3% DV)Sat. Fat 0g (0% DV)Trans Fat 0gCholest. 0mg (0% DV)Sodium 390mg (16% DV)Total Carb. 5g (2% DV)Dietary Fiber 0g (0% DV)Sugars 4gProtein 0gVitamin A (0% DV)Vitamin C (0% DV)Calcium (0% DV)Iron (2% DV)
and the vinaigrette:
Serv. Size 2 Tbsp (30g)Calories 45Fat Cal. 40Total Fat 4g (6% DV)Sat. Fat 0.5g (3% DV)Trans Fat 0gCholest. 0mg (0% DV)Sodium 390mg (16% DV)Total Carb. 2g (1% DV)Dietary Fiber 0g (0% DV)Sugars 1gProtein 0gVitamin A (0% DV)Vitamin C (0% DV)Calcium (0% DV)Iron (0% DV)
They are seriously tasty!
Also, I've blogged about my breakfast issues before, but I'm also really loving Clif bars right now. They keep you very full for a long time. My Clif bar and a bottle of water and I'm good to go :)
I'm currently munching on the chocolate chip peanut crunch bar right now and it's very tasty. Here are the stats:
Anyone else have any great finds?