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Banana nut muffins

So yummy , our brother who is 'Absolutely not' celiac gobbles them .Submitted by LORIEEMORGAN

Sour Cream Coffee Cake

One of our family favorites for breakfast cake

*to make healthier replace half the butter with 1/2 cup applesauce and use a nonfat or lower fat sour cream. Submitted by LOULONDON

Banana Muffins (ONLY 100 CALORIES!!!)

Yummy sweet and fills the muffin cravingSubmitted by LOULONDON

Cranberry Sauce- Fresh BFC 1/1 per 1/4 C

Distilled Water, 4 cup (remove)
Cranberries, 3.5 cup, whole (remove)
*xylitol, .33 cup (remove)
Submitted by LIZGRAHAM

Italian Garden Soup BFC 3/1 Fiber 3g

Choice: You can buy al l items in cans, except the Cabbage, or bellpeppers, or broccoli. 1 15 oz can each, dump and simmer, adding water + bouillion as needed. However, for fresh ingredients I measure approx 2 cups each. You good cooks can vari with your imagination.Submitted by LIZGRAHAM

Olive Nut Spread by Heloise BFC 0/0

NOTE: I have halved the recipe and used Fat Free & Low Fat ingredients.... This is DELICIOUS !!!

Original Ingredients:
1- 8 0z pkg Cream Cheese
1/2 Cup Mayo
2 Tbls liquid from Salad Olives
1 Cup chopped Salad Olives (Cheapest Kind)
1/2 Cup chopped Pecans or Walnuts
Submitted by LIZGRAHAM

Spinach Soup with a Kick BFC 0/0 Fiber 1g

Spinach soup with a Kick
Low in Calories
Easy to combine

Tzatziki Traditional Yogurt. Cucumber,& Garlic Dip/Sauce BFC 1/0

Tzatziki is traditionally as an appetizer and can be left on the table as an accompaniment to foods throughout the meal. The key to great tzatziki is the thick creamy texture that allows it to be eaten alone, as a dip, as a spread and as a condiment.
The longer the tzatziki is refrigerated before serving, the more intense the garlic taste will become.
Serve with Greek foods Pita Chips , meats and non-Greek foods including Fish, Fried Chicken, omelets, and in others ways suited to their tastes.
Dip your fork tines in it and eat it with green salads as a dressing, etc.Submitted by LIZGRAHAM

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