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Very Good 4.6/5
(5 ratings)
French Onion Soup

Submitted by JENLMCC


Very Good 4.6/5
(5 ratings)
bleu cheese salad dressing

carb friendlySubmitted by FABIO1


Very Good 4.6/5
(5 ratings)
Crockpot Ratatouille

I used the receipe from Crock-pot's company website (http://www.crock-pot.com/Recipe.aspx?rid=
1186). Below are the ingredients that I used. They differ slighly from the original recipe since I adjusted to what I had on hand.
Photo to follow soon.
Submitted by CHIKAPATEL


Very Good 4.2/5
(5 ratings)
Five Onion Soup
Five Onion Soup

Leeks, Shallots, Scallions, Red and White Onions make this version of French Onion Soup. The depth of flavor really comes from giving time for the onions to do their thing.Submitted by MRSSTINSON


Very Good 4.0/5
(5 ratings)
Beet and Wheat Berry Salad with Spinach and Parmesan
Beet and Wheat Berry Salad with Spinach and Parmesan

Combined with chewy wheat berries, a tangy vinaigrette and salty Parmesan, this beet salad makes for a light supper or substantial side.Submitted by CHEF_MEG


Very Good 4.0/5
(5 ratings)
Lower fat French Onion Soup
Lower fat French Onion Soup

Considering that a regular 1 cup serving of French Onion Soup can contain800+ calories, i think this is a vast improvement!
The flavor is rich and satisfying and when properly prepared it is truly delicious!Submitted by MELISSAROSE82


Good 3.8/5
(5 ratings)
cook yourself thin chocolate and cranberry biscotti

This is from cook yourself thin tv show, but with egg beaters and splenda instead of sugar and 1 eggSubmitted by ANGIERUNNER


Good 3.6/5
(5 ratings)
Creme Brulee, Easy, with 2% milk

this easy, low fat versiou is as tasty as the real thing.Submitted by TALKIEBARB


Good 3.2/5
(5 ratings)
French Toast Souffle with Maple Cream Topping

Unlike wimpy white bread, stone-ground whole wheat has the body to stand up to a milk and egg bath without disintegrating. So there's no need to remember to dry out the bread beforehand as with regular French toast.Submitted by EARTHDROPLET


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