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(7 Recipes) Created by LADY-SHERRY

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Whole Wheat Thin Crust Pizza Dough
Very Good 4.6/5
(92 ratings)

Cookbook creator says: Pizza dough (just the dough) freezes well (cals just for the dough ... so be sure to add cals of all toppings added)

Submitted by AZIAS_MOMMY

Carbs: 31.5g | Fat: 2.4g | Fiber: 2.8g | Protein: 4.9g | Calories: 163.9
(no ratings)

Cookbook creator says: freeze in 2 cup containers (2 cup = 1 serving) Thaw then add whatever herbs spices, grains beans noodles etc you want (has NO seasonings in it)

Submitted by LADY-SHERRY

Carbs: 19.9g | Fat: 0.6g | Fiber: 5.4g | Protein: 6.1g | Calories: 97.1
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This is a great weekend cooking project (that kids just love). It often goes into my freezer so I have fresh whole wheat (inexpensive) pasta for the coming month! The dough can make whatever shape you like (bowtie, pene, etc). Then you are ready during the weekdays to just throw some into a soup; or in roasted veggies and a little olive oil & garlic, or just add a simple tasty sauce. The goodness of homemade in minutes! I make a batch of this dough and roll into 4 equal size balls (each ball equals one 'serving') as they make all four of my favorite types of pasta (or you could do just one big batch of linguini, etc). I use one ball for Spinich & Mozzerella Ravioli; 1 for chicken breast & fresh parmesean tortellini; 1 for linguini and the last ball for angelhair pasta. OR the recipe could easily be cut down for doing just one of the pastas. Remember, fresh pasta cooks a lot faster than storebought. I boil my linguini only 4 minutes (even quicker than many packaged side dishes). You just have to keep testing the pasta until it is still a little bit firm (aldente). Do not rinse as it will continue to cook in the bowl a bit).

Submitted by LADY-SHERRY

Carbs: 75.7g | Fat: 6.3g | Fiber: 11g | Protein: 22.5g | Calories: 471.5
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I put these toppings on the whole wheat thin crust pizza dough recipe by SP 'AZIAS_MOMMY'. This is really great and freezes well (topped ... or just freeze the rolled out dough). This makes a nice lunch for under 300 calories. I like to make some to keep in the freezer for days I can't cook from scratch.

Submitted by LADY-SHERRY

Carbs: 41.1g | Fat: 6.4g | Fiber: 4.5g | Protein: 11.5g | Calories: 261
Low fat  Banana Bread
Very Good 4.3/5
(159 ratings)

Cookbook creator says: GOOD ... first time I made it as 12 muffins and only cooked for about 35 min.

Submitted by COLLEEN76

Carbs: 21.3g | Fat: 2.2g | Fiber: 2.3g | Protein: 2.9g | Calories: 109.6
Applesauce Oatmeal Muffins
Very Good 4.3/5
(2567 ratings)

A yummy way to start the day with very little fat and lots of flavor!

Submitted by JOJOMKE

Carbs: 23.6g | Fat: 0.5g | Fiber: 1.7g | Protein: 3g | Calories: 93.2
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I came up with these moist little muffins to meet my Vitamin B12 and E needs (as I have cut red meat and pork from my diet and have a need to supplement those). No more! Just pop two of these babies in the morning and ... done! They also are easier to swallow and a lot cheeper than vitamin pills. You could easily add your favorite dried fruit or nuts to the recipe to get variety of tastes. It's true what they say about necessity .. she IS the mother of advention! These freeze beautifully and can be thawed overnight .. or go straight from freezer to micro for a few seconds if you want them hot. Moms .. this is a great way to get those nutrients in the kids because they taste pretty good too. A real time saver in the morning these little babies have also saved me a ton of time in making up my mealplans ... if nothing else .. I love them for that! enjoy

Submitted by LADY-SHERRY

Carbs: 31.9g | Fat: 0.7g | Fiber: 3.2g | Protein: 3.8g | Calories: 142.3
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