Here is what I made:
Kale Chips - Surprisingly, lots of the women loved these! I've wanted to make these since I first started the BFC. The oven was warm from all my baking last night and I had Kale in the fridge, so I finally did it. Kale is so good for you I am thrilled to find a fun way to eat it. It is also a great source of Calcium. You can google it and find a dozen different ways to make them. Here is how I did it:
Wash Kale, and removed stems. Completely dry and cut/tear into smaller pieces. Toss with 1Tbsp Olive Oil and I added 2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice and sea salt. Place on a large cookie sheet that is parchment paper lined. Cook for 15 minutes at 375, until crunchy.
Yogurt, Berries & Cereal - I had a big bowl of Blueberries, Blackberries and Raspberries with a low sugar yogurt next too it. I also had a few different types of low-sugar cereals in glass bowls with a scoop. I was thinking they could mix up a bowl with a little yogurt, fruit and cereal. The fruit was a hit, but the other stuff was a little clumsy.
Dark Chocolate into it. I used every kind of nut we had in the house (pistachios, cashew, pecan, walnut, etc) and a few different types of chocolate that I had on hand.
Cheese Tray - Who doesn't love a little cheese!
Hummus & Pita Chips - I used Trader Joe's Hummus, but it is easy to make too. The chips are a little higher in carbs, but totally allowed in moderation. Shop around for the ones with the best S/C Value.
Whole Wheat English Muffins & Nature's Hallow Preserves - This was a big hit. I have the Strawberry and Mountain Berry preserves and they are wonderful.
BFC Mimosa - I served the regular Mimosas too, but a few friends humored me and tried this. I served the Champagne with Vitamin Water Zero Rise, which is kind of like Orange Juice. But I really don't think it was very good, and with just rather have my champagne straight up (so glad it is allowed on the plan!).
Coffee, lots of coffee and cream! Only one person asked for sugar and I have her a Sun Crystal packet ;-)
It's probably the last time any of them will come to my house to eat! But it gives you a little idea of low sugar items you could serve at your own get together.