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    Chocolate Mug Cake - going to try this tonight with less oil and no vanilla, baking powder, or sweeteners!

    Coach Mindy's Raspberry Delights..Phase 1 approved...all six cookies equals one IP packet...

    Even when not ditching rice/pasta, we love these zucchini "noodles!" I just got a julienne peeler, which brings a whole new level of fun, though a grater works too. Maximized Living Advanced Plan.

    Ideal Protein zucchini noodles recipe ----- *Coach approved for ALL phases

    IP Zucchini Tots 1 c. Zucchini, Grated 1 Egg ¼ c. shaved cauliflower 1 IP packet of Garlic Herb Chips (crushed) Sliced green onion Salt/Pepper/Spices Add crumbled/chopped lean meats as 1. Preheat oven to 400ºF. Spray a mini-muffin tin with nonstick spray, set aside. 2. Grate the zucchini. Place it in a dish towel squeeze out the excess water 3. Combine ingredients 4. Fill the muffin cups to the top. 5. Spray tops of tots with nonstick spray 6. Bake for 15-18 minutes

    Zucchini Chips 4 Ways - The Copper Collective-tried salt and vinegar, and parm. Did not use bread crumbs. Must have sliced too thin because 30 mins was way too long. Keep an eye on them. Great for a chip craving!

    Zucchini Cookies from chef-in-training.com …These cookies are soft and cake-like and taste amazing! A great way to use up some of that zucchini!

    Zucchini Chips 4 Ways - The Copper Collective.....need to try the salt and vinegar ones mmmmm

    Phase 1-friendly: Zucchini fritters - ~4cups shredded zucchini (with as much water as possibly squeezed out of it), one egg white, one pack IP potato purée, fresh minced garlic, salt and pepper. Cook like a pancake. Yum!

    What's for lunch today??? This is the IP omelet, shredded zucchini and little diced turkey ham!!! Oh and some garlic and my olive oil! Yummy and filling!