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Salmon gratin

Canned salmon in a light cream sauce with mushrooms.Submitted by JSTUDEN

Anais's Favorite Scramble

My daughter insists that her eggs are always cooked this way -- the way I fixed them for her when the only vegetables she'd eat were the ones I sneaked in... like the garlic here. Submitted by JILLINWONDER

Pumpkin Stuffed with Everything Good

This recipe is from Dorie Greenspan, author of Around My French Table. She says it makes 2 very generous portions as the entree. I've divvied it up into 6 portions as side dish. Your choice how to serve it!Submitted by JILLINWONDER

Julia Child's Braised Red Cabbage w/Red Wine & Chestnuts

Thought I would try this from the original Julia Child cookbook for Easter dinner.

Low Fat High Protein French Toast
Low Fat High Protein French Toast

This french toast recipe uses no egg yokes...only whitesSubmitted by OVHENDERSON

REALLY bad for you Lemon Meringue Pie

I *love* this pie, but it is a caloric nightmare! It's the last time I am going to make it and I am going to find a healthier alternative!Submitted by SKYINSTRASBOURG

WW Flax seed crepes

With a blender or wire whisk, mix all the ingredients together until the batter is smooth and there is no lumps.




***Note that if you put in any of the recommendations they are not added in the Nutritional Info (e.g peanut butter, syrup etc...)Submitted by MANONR

Manon's WW crepes (makes approx. 7 big crepes)

With a blender or wire whisk, mix all the ingredients together until the batter is smooth and there is no lumps.

In a nonstick skillet, heat olive oil over medium heat. Use a 1/2 cup measuring cup to scoop the batter from the bowl into the pan.
(you could also add blueberries or chocolate sypup if you would like)
Tilt the pan a bit to distribute the batter to the edges (or close to them) so the crepe is as thin as possible. When little air bubbles start to pop up on the crepe (after about a minute or two, depending on the heat of your stove), flip it over with egg flipper. The crepe should be slightly golden brown. Cook on the other side for another minute or so, then transfer to a plate. Repeat for the remaining crepes.


Can be drizzled with maple syrup or a tablespoon of brown sugar for breakfast.
My favorite is, spread with Peanut Butter with a drizzle of maple syrup.Steamed asparagus, ham and cheese wrapped in the crepe makes for a filling lunch or dinner.Change it up:)
Submitted by MANONR

French Toast

Finally french toast I can enjoy :)Submitted by PROWLANDS


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