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Ham Quiche

5 WW points

From Better Homes & Gardens cookbook with some variations.Submitted by CORDEL

BBQ Chicken Pizza

This is a work in progress

8 WW points a slice.Submitted by CORDEL

Three Bean-Turkey Soup - Rival Ckbk

2 WW points per serving

Ckbk said 10-12 servings. Each serving: Cal 212 kcal; Fat 4gm; Sodium 651 mg; Protein 16 gm; Carb 29 gm; Chol 30 mgSubmitted by CORDEL

Adena's Naughty Bean Dip

12 WW points per serving

Work in progress.Submitted by CORDEL

Peanut and Sesame Noodles

6 servings; 1/4 cup sauce, 1/2 cup noodles, 1 cup vegetables, 150g chicken
8 WW pts

Extras such as meat, noodles, vegetables, tofu, etc are not included in the nutrition info at this time.

This meal was very filling, I wasn't even able to finish my meal.... (Spag. 1/2 c.; Chix 150g; Veggies 1 c. Sauce 1/4 c.) which is awesome....

REALLY quick to make, REALLY easy. I enjoyed it, wouldn't mind a bit stronger flavor but it was still really good. Ben gave it 3.75 stars out of 5, Zebediah was eating it and seemed to be enjoying it too.Submitted by CORDEL

Chili with Super Lean Ground Beef (282g)

My family loves spices so this chili does have a lot to it. You can adjust for your family's taste buds. I always make enough chili for leftovers. So if you don't like leftovers then cut the recipe in half.Submitted by KZD2008

Unstuffed Cabbage Casserole

I came up with this because my husband loves Cabbage Rolls. But, they just took to much time. He loves it and it alot easier to make. I used whatever large can of tomatoes I have and regular rice if that's all I have. We like spices, so I always add red pepper flakes to ours. It will just take a little longer to cook and a little more liquid. It's great the next day.Submitted by GRIFF963

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