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(14 Recipes) Created by CAROLJ35
Used 9 large Rome Apples and 1 can crushed pineapple. (My favorites are MacIntosh)
Submitted by CAROLJ35
Very easy. Very good. Great with ham or ham loaf.
NOTE: Nutritional content is not accurate since I can't find red rice in search. I guessed 100 calories. Not sure if brown rice and beans are cooked or raw (for nutrition).
Can be spiced up more with red pepper seeds. Also can add salt and pepper.A little hot sauce would be good.
Eat over brown rice, over whole wheat pasta, or add your own spaghetti sauce. Top with dry, grated, Parmesan Cheese.
Wow your holiday guests with these delicious roasted vegetables
Submitted by LANC92
Delicious way to fix squash but not low in calories.
Use a good cooking apple. My favorite is MacIntosh because they cook up so nicely.
A tasty way to get your veggies during BBQ season
Submitted by EMMAPALE
Submitted by LARAINE
A healthy and delicious alternative to the traditional recipe.
Submitted by BARBSHAKESPEARE
Toss the canned cranberry jelly and use this homemade version instead. It's ready in no time, and it's full of healthy fruit!
Submitted by CHEF_MEG
Roasted potatoes are a perfect side dish for a cool weather dinner.
Submitted by ELISABAR