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Oatmeal Cranberry Muffins
Oatmeal Cranberry Muffins

This is a recipe from Healthy Decadence w/ a few mods. My wife made some recently and they were very good and better than expected!Submitted by GDOBBIN

crockpot pot roast stew

Pot Roast Stewoup! So Yummy even my grandkids love it!Submitted by ROBINKAREN

P3 Thin Crust Pizza

Doubled recipe. Beat eggs. Add in cheese and stir until saturated. Put on non-stick pan or pie pan. Cook 25 minutes. Add pizza cheese, sauce, and toppings. Cook until cheese is melted.Submitted by CAROLINA00

Poor Man's Lasagna (w/ Ground Turkey)

The way my dad made lasagna.Submitted by CAROLINA00

Breakfast Casserole

Simple breakfast casserole, recipe here:
e-Breakfast-Casserole/Detail.aspxSubmitted by CAROLINA00

whole wheat sweet potatoe muffins

Started out to make pumpkim muffins but when I could not find pumpkin changed to sweet potatoe. good tasting with out all the fat and sugar. Very moist.
I could not find the following on the food list to calculate the nutritional informaiton,so I replaced the following:
sucanat with raw sugar, bakers lite with applesauce, gerber baby food sweet potatoe with fresh baked sweet potatoe and graham flour with whole grain flour.Submitted by LISADERBY1

Fudgy Chocolate Pudding Cake

For those like me who have an insatiable sweet tooth, dieting can be the worse. i found myself dying for something dessertish that wouldn't totally blow the diet. I am on a low carb, low fat diet, and most low fat desserts were loaded with carbs, and vice versa. I came up with this fudgy, chocolatey cake that I don't feel too guilty about. It's about 150 calories, 4g total fat (.8 Saturated), 6.2 g protein and 25.6 g carbs per serving. I haven't yet tried using all soy flour, but if it worked (it may not hold together, but only way to know is try) it would greatly reduce the carb count and up the protein count. Also, I played around with using artificial sweeteners instead of sugar. The Splenda Baking Blend made very little difference in nutrition info. Using Truvia (which i have never used) would really bring sugar, fat, and carb count down, but I have not yet tried it to see how it would taste. If anyone does, let me know. Enjoy!Submitted by TFGOLDENS

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