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Rocco says: "This recipe is extremely easy and a great way to fool your taste buds into thinking they are in serious dessert town.The papaya contains an enzyme that aids in the digestion of protein, so it's the perfect match here." Ingredients 1 1/2 cups nonfat cottage cheese (such as Friendship) 2 sugar-free reduced-calorie vanilla pudding cups (such as Jell-O) 2 tablespoons liquid sugar-free vanilla creamer (such as Coffee-mate) 4 packets monk fruit extract (such as Monk Fruit In The Raw) 1 cup fresh diced papaya Directions Empty the cottage cheese into a mixing bowl, cover it with cold water and stir gently to separate the curds from the creamy part.
Add the curds to the pudding mixture and gently mix together.
Spoon the pudding into four small bowls, top each dish with 1/4 cup of papaya, and serve. Recipe reprinted from The Pound a Day Diet by Rocco Di Spirito. Originally published in the May 2014 issue of Family Circle magazine.
Celebrity chef and Dancing with the Stars (DWTS) veteran Rocco Di Spirito has combined his passions for food and health into the new cookbook Now Eat This!
, which features healthful versions of 150 comfort foods. The point of this book is to get people to cook and to be in control of what they put in their bodies.
(For example, Di Spirito’s reworked brownies are 53 calories per serving, as opposed to the 1,500 calories a standard serving size has.) Di Spirito talked with Windy City Times about Greek yogurt, triathlons and DWTS. I tried to make the collection of recipes and the ingredients so compelling that people would look at the dishes and go, “Would I go have a blooming onion at a restaurant at 1,800 calories when I can make it at home in 30 minutes for 200 calories? Most of my books [contain] original recipes, with very few makeovers.
My editor and I decided to do a makeover book because I thought that if we were going to get people to cook healthy food, it would make the most sense to use the dishes that get people to relapse from their diets and make those healthy.
The way I decided to go about getting these dishes was to use social media.
In publishing, it’s a slow process; you can come up with a great idea in 2004 and it won’t get published in 2009 and it may not be relevant anymore.
So my Facebook and Twitter fans contributed by answering a number of questions and having a pleasant debate over [a period of] three months.
I love lobster bisque; I didn’t know that anyone loved it as much as I did. So it was a combination of what I thought would be useful, and what my Twitter and Facebook fans said.