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The BEST Scratch Low Calorie Chocolate Brownies Ever!

Easy to make and very tasty. Low in calories and sodium also so these are a win ~ win treat

**Powdered Sugar & Cooking spray too little to count in calories
Submitted by TLB1630

Apple-a-Day Smoothie

A Prevention Mag recipe with some variations!!! Yum...Submitted by TLB1630

Irish Soda Bread

One of the easiest breads to make. Prepare it for St. Patrick's Day, or anytime of the year for teatime or breakfast. Submitted by TLB1630

Tomato Vegetable Rice Soup

Rather HI in Sodium - I'm working on revising - less cans and more fresh ingredients to come!Submitted by TLB1630

Morning Glory Muffins
Morning Glory Muffins

Revised Glorious Morning Muffns from Gold Medal recipe. Lower in calories, fat abd sodium. Great morning treat!Submitted by TLB1630

Chicken with Dijon & Apricot Sauce

Yummmmm! Recipe from Susan's Powter "C'mon America LET'S EAT!" Cookbook. Did make a few healthy exchanges and shaved off 320 calories from original recipe - 80 per servings! WHOO HOO!!Submitted by TLB1630

Healthy Cranberry Chocolate & Applesauce Muffins
Healthy Cranberry Chocolate & Applesauce Muffins

Original recipe from Allrecipes.com with a few “healthy” modifications. Since it was near St. Patty's Day I sprinkled these with a little GREEN powdered sugar to make them a bit more festive.Submitted by TLB1630

Easy Teriyaki Chicken & Brown Rice Dinner

Quick - Easy & Delicious! Serve with a green salad and fruit, and your dinner is complete!

Original Teriyaki Sauce recipe (made in advance) was submitted by HEALTHIERLYNN
Under HealthierLynn's Teriyaki Sauce; Since recipe made-16oz I recalculated serving size to 1 fl ounce @ 13.8 Calories each. NOTE: 1/2 cup only 55.2 calories, if using store bought check if calorie differenceSubmitted by TLB1630


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