Pre-op pudding allowed, using skim milk ok?


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My pre-op diet lists sugar free pudding. I bought some Jello pudding mix. It calls for the addition of skim milk, but skim milk is not specifically liared on my diet. I assume it is ok as yoghurt and cottage ch÷ese are allowed. I'm going to try a recipe I found to make the cottage cheese more tasty- 2 c fat free cottage ch÷ese, 2 c skim milk, and a 6 serving box of fat free Sugar Free Chocolate pudding in blender, then to fridge to set.

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They have Jello, no sugar added pudding, in the refrigerated section of the grocery store, they are only 50 cal each. I suck at making pudding anyway, and for being sugar free, it's delicious!

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If the pudding itself and other dairy is allowed, I'm sure this is okay as an ingredient. Portion Control though... The nutritionist probably had the snack-pack size in mind.

I honestly can't taste a difference between regular, sugar free, and fat free. When I mix it myself, I always use skim milk.

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