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Zucchini Lasagna with Whole Wheat Noodles

Whole wheat noodles add fiber and whole grain to this dish, which features a much lighter take on an old classic. Submitted by KGOELLER

Slow-Cooker Cranberry Chicken

Yummy, moist, and tasting like the holidays year-round! This is an incredibly easy to prepare slow-cooker dish that will impress friends and family!Submitted by KGOELLER

Oven Pork Chops-Busy Womans Quick & Easy Recipes

Serving size is 1/2 medium thick pork chop.

Family loved this. Very Good.Submitted by LSLOCUM1

WW Easy Texas Chili

This is a nice hearty chili and so simple to make. It has become a family favorite!Submitted by LSLOCUM1

BARBACUE MEATLOAF

This is from a bottle of Open Pit BBQ Sauce from about 30 years ago. I have lightened it up with extra lean ground beef, fat free milk, healthy whitewheat bread. Has been a family favorite.Submitted by LSLOCUM1

Eye of Round Steak and Ketchup-Allrecipes.com

"Round Steak simmered in ketchup and onions makes a great gravy to spoon over mashed potatoes."Submitted by LSLOCUM1

Turkey Kielbasa and Sauerkraut

Originally called for 3 Tbsp. Brown Sugar but I lightened it up this time with the Splenda Brown Sugar Blend. I'm going to try it in the Crock Pot this time on low for 6-8 hours

Submitted by LSLOCUM1

OP Sloppy Joes

This original recipe was retrieved from the back of an Open Pit Barbacue Sauce bottle about 25 years ago. I have altered it slightly. Submitted by LSLOCUM1

Bachelor's Stew - Crock Pot

What a nice flavor. It is a family favorite!
Serves 6 (Makes about 3 1/2 quarts.
10-12 hours LOW or 3-5 HIGHSubmitted by LSLOCUM1

Bootlegger's Beans

This is a recipe that was printed in the Indianapolis Star Feb. 17, 1963. Heloise printed it in her column as one that was tried and true and requested alot, and boy was she right. It is delicious. Thinking of trying the Brown sugar Splenda to lighten it up even more. Nutrition info is based on regular brown sugar. Recipe didn't state number of servings so I'm just guessing there. Ihave just found this recipe and made it only once so far, but my family also said it was their favorite.Submitted by LSLOCUM1


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