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Hebrew National’s 97% Fat Free Kosher Beef Franks

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Hebrew National's 97% Fat Free Kosher Beef FranksI LOVE LOVE LOVE beans and franks. I don’t know, maybe it reminds me of my childhood. It’s fast easy and CAN be light with Hebrew National’s 97% Fat Free Kosher Beef Franks. These things are a staple in my freezer during grill season. They are exactly a point a piece, 45 calories and 1.5 g of fat. Oh and did I tell you they fill a hot dog bun perfectly!

Seriously, you are hungry, it’s late, you have a point left what so you do? Throw one of these in the microwave and dip in ketchup. You can’t beat that for a 1 point snack!!




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    candice

    July 9, 2007

    Another good hotdog that is only one point is BallPark fatfree beef franks. I cooked them on the grill last night and I really liked them!!

    Anonymous

    August 1, 2007

    I’m wondering what kind of beans you eat with your dogs… I am crazy about them and I can seriously polish off a can of Campbell’s or Bush’s by myself…cold! The problem I have is that it’s two points for only a 1/2 cup. Is there a brand out there that is less points but tastes just as good?

    Roni

    August 2, 2007

    Anonymous – I eat the Bush’s vegetarian. However I think it’s still 2 points. Next time try and weigh the serving in grams. I noticed it was a bit more then I thought. Also calculate the points on the total NI for 2 servings, I think you can shave a point that way.

    I’m a little lax on bean points because they are so good for you!

    Anonymous

    August 3, 2007

    Thanks, Roni! Great tips. I know what I will be having tonight for dinner!

    Jeana

    August 5, 2008

    Does anyone know of a good option for a light bun? The whole wheat ones are great, but the ones at my store are worth 2 points. I end up using a slice of low fat whole wheat bread for 1 point.