25 May 2015

W1ll it ever Stop Raining ? Specials and More

We are asked this question often. This is one articles opinion from Buzz Feed

How much sugar is too much sugar, then?


According to the NHS, no more than 10% of your daily intake of energy (measured as calories) should come from sugar. That means roughly 70g for men and 50g for women.
To put that into context, this is the amount of sugar some popular foods contain:
A small apple: 15g of sugar.
2 chocolate digestives: 9.2g of sugar.
A standard bar of 45g Dairy Milk chocolate: 25g of sugar.
2 slices of white toast: 2g of sugar.
2 slices of wholemeal toast: 1.6g of sugar.
A cheeky Nando’s (half a chicken with a regular chips and coleslaw): 9.6g of sugar.
Specials May 26-May 30
#1 -8 Freezer Yogurts for $25.99 plus tax
#2 -Cones $1.99 on request



20 May 2015

Another Great Recipe from Dottie's Kitchen

Recipe of the week..,Wio Banana Bread that our son Andy adapted from a recipe he saw on America's Test Kitchens.  It is scrumptious!

Bon appetit!
The Perri Family

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Andy’s Low Carb Wio Banana Bread*
(*Adapted from America’s Test Kitchens)
Ingredients;
2 cups Wio flour
¾ cup granulated Splenda
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 cup chopped walnuts
4 very ripe bananas
6 tablespoons butter, melted and cooled
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
¼ cup plain yogurt
3 eggs, beaten
 
Directions:
1.      Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
2.      Butter and flour a standard bread pan (9 inches x 5 inches x 3 inches) and set aside.
3.      Mix together the dry ingredients (flour, Splenda, baking soda and walnuts) in a large mixing bowl and set aside.
4.      In a second large mixing bowl, mash the bananas, but leave slightly chunky; then stir in the remainder of wet ingredients (melted butter, vanilla, yogurt and eggs)..
5.      Fold the dry ingredients into the wet ingredients and stir just until combined.  Do not over mix.
6.      Bake for 50 minutes and test with a skewer or toothpick to ensure doneness (no sticky batter on stick).
7.      Cool or serve warm and enjoy!

16 May 2015

Summer Done Right with Sugarless deLite



Enjoy these specials this week at Sugarless deLite

May 18th- May 23rd

#1  Six large yogurts are $21 plus tax

#2  Add $50 to yogurt Card and it will becomes $60 plus a free small yogurt

#3 UTD Students get free Small yogurts Thursday-Show ID

#4 Get a cone for $1.29- Limit 1

Normal rules apply. Limits. One choice a day.
A new yogurt card can not be used on day of purchase.

10 May 2015

Plan a Summer of Healthy Choices at Sugarless deLite



Enjoy these specials this week at Sugarless deLite

May 18th- May 23rd

#1  Six large yogurts are $21 plus tax

#2  Add $50 to yogurt Card and it will becomes $60 plus a free small yogurt

#3 UTD Students get free Small yogurts Thursday-Show ID

#4 Get a cone for $1.29- Limit 1

Normal rules apply. Limits. One choice a day.
A new yogurt card can not be used on day of purchase.


08 May 2015

Another Great Recipe from Dottie's Kitchen- Using Wio Flour

Ingredients:
1 pound chicken tenders 
1/2 cup egg substitute (egg beaters)
1/4 cup low fat milk
1 cup Wio flour
1 tsp. onion powder
1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp fresh ground pepper
1/4 tsp turmeric (can substitute cumin if desired)
1 tablespoon finely chopped parsley
Olive oil spray
Optional: Additional chopped parsley for garnish 

Directions:  
1.  Mix egg substitute and milk together in a large flat bowl and set aside. 
2.  Mix together flour and next five ingredients in a large shallow bowl. 
3.   Dip each chicken tender in flour mixture, then in egg/milk mixture and back into flour mixture to coat well. Shake off excess and place on tray while preparing remainder if tenders. 
4.  Spritz chicken tenders lightly with olive oil spray. 
5.  Cook tenders in air fryer at 360 degrees for 6 to 7 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through. 
6.  Garnish with chopped parsley. 

Serves 4.  

04 May 2015

Cupcake Monday is Back- What is Normal Eating ?


What is Normal Eating?

Normal eating is going to the table hungry and eating until you are satisfied. It is being able to choose food you like and eat it and truly get enough of it -not just stop eating because you think you should. Normal eating is being able to give some thought to your food selection so you get nutritious food, but not being so wary and restrictive that you miss out on enjoyable food. Normal eating is giving yourself permission to eat sometimes because you are happy, sad or bored, or just because it feels good. Normal eating is mostly three meals a day, or four or five, or it can be choosing to munch along the way. It is leaving some cookies on the plate because you know you can have some again tomorrow, or it is eating more now because they taste so wonderful. Normal eating is overeating at times, feeling stuffed and uncomfortable. And it can be undereating at times and wishing you had more. Normal eating is trusting your body to make up for your mistakes in eating. Normal eating takes up some of your time and attention, but keeps its place as only one important area of your life.
In short, normal eating is flexible. It varies in response to your hunger, your schedule, your proximity to food and your feelings.
For more about eating competence (and for research backing up this advice), see Ellyn Satter's Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family: How to Eat, How to Raise Good Eaters, How to Cook, Kelcy Press, 2008. Also see www.EllynSatterInstitute.org/store to purchase books and to review other resources.

Sugarless deLite will share articles and indicate the source, While Sugarless deLite does not recommend what you should eat, we care about our customers and share.

This Weeks Specials May 4- May 9th
#1 Cupcake Monday-All Single Cup Cakes are 99 Cents each       
#2 Six Large Freezer Yogurts for $19,99                                         
#3 Get $5 off any $25 bakery order                                                 
#4 Load a $ 100 Gift card and we will make $120-Mom Approved
Limit One Special a Day
Multi Packs of Cupcakes are not on Sale

03 May 2015

Are You Reaching Your Dietary Goals ? Maybe Sugarless deLite Can Help


What is Normal Eating?

Normal eating is going to the table hungry and eating until you are satisfied. It is being able to choose food you like and eat it and truly get enough of it -not just stop eating because you think you should. Normal eating is being able to give some thought to your food selection so you get nutritious food, but not being so wary and restrictive that you miss out on enjoyable food. Normal eating is giving yourself permission to eat sometimes because you are happy, sad or bored, or just because it feels good. Normal eating is mostly three meals a day, or four or five, or it can be choosing to munch along the way. It is leaving some cookies on the plate because you know you can have some again tomorrow, or it is eating more now because they taste so wonderful. Normal eating is overeating at times, feeling stuffed and uncomfortable. And it can be undereating at times and wishing you had more. Normal eating is trusting your body to make up for your mistakes in eating. Normal eating takes up some of your time and attention, but keeps its place as only one important area of your life.
In short, normal eating is flexible. It varies in response to your hunger, your schedule, your proximity to food and your feelings.
For more about eating competence (and for research backing up this advice), see Ellyn Satter's Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family: How to Eat, How to Raise Good Eaters, How to Cook, Kelcy Press, 2008. Also see www.EllynSatterInstitute.org/store to purchase books and to review other resources.

Sugarless deLite will share articles and indicate the source, While Sugarless deLite does not recommend what you should eat, we care about our customers and share.

This Weeks Specials May 4- May 9th

#1 Six Large Freezer Yogurts for $19,99                                         
#2 Get $5 off any $25 bakery order                                                 
#3 Load a $ 100 Gift card and we will make $120-Mom Approved
Limit One Special a Day