Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Quick N Easy Lo Pro Donuts

CamBrooke Baking Mix, Loprofin, or other low protein baking mixes can be used here.

Tepid Water 200ml (about 3/4 Cup PLUS 1-1/2 Tbsp.)

Sugar and Ground Cinnamon to serve 5g and 5g

Loprofin Baking Mix 250g

Dried yeast 1 teaspoon

Bicarbonate of soda 1 teaspoon

Sugar 25g

Salt 1/2 teaspoon

Leave 5g of sugar and ground cinnamon for serving.

Put the Loprofin Mix in a bowl with the yeast,bicarbonate of soda, sugar, salt and tepid water. Blend together and leave to rise for 5 minutes. Heat oil in a deep fryer or chip pan. Drop 2 tablespoonfuls of the mixture into the hot oil. Cook until risen and golden brown. Toss in sugar and cinnamon and serve (best eaten fresh).

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Cambrooke Lo Pro Meatballs

1 18-oz bottle Kraft Original barbeque sauce1 cup grape jelly
1 package CBF veggie meatballs
Oil or cooking spray
Mix BBQ sauce and grape jelly in small saucepan and bring to a boil. Once jelly is melted, remove from heat and set aside.

Heat small crockpot that has been greased with 1 Tbsp oil or cooking spray. Add veggie meatballs and sauté until lightly browned. Pour sauce over meatballs, cover, and heat through.

Serve on toothpicks as appetizers, on CBF artisan rolls or CFB Brookelyn Buns for a meatball sub, or mash and serve on CBF Camburger Buns for a sloppy joe.

Serving size: 2 veggie meatballs with sauce (Makes 8 servings)
Nutrition Facts
Per recipe Per serving:
PHE: 240 mg PHE: 30 mg
LEU: 360 mg LEU: 45 mg
Pro: 4.8 g Pro: 0.6 g
Cal: 456 Cal: 57

Lo Pro Meatballs

1 cup lo pro bread crumbs ( any lo pro bread crumb will work, I use CBF's artisan bread crumbs)
1 cup chopped veggies ( zucchini, baby carrots, button mushrooms)
2 tbsp minced onion
1/2 cup Success Instant Brown Rice ( 58 mgs. phe prepared)
1 packet Lipton Cup-A-Soup Cream of Chicken mix dry
(40 mgs )
1 tsp. fajita mix

mix all together, rolls small meatballs, fry in lightly coated fry pan using canola oil ( lightly brown)
bake for 10-15 min on 350
serve and enjoy!

Add all ingredient phe's and divide by the number of meatballs you roll....
They really come out delicious, and at the same time you are giving your child complex carbs!!!!!!