Wendy's Inspiration of Wonderful Food
57 Recipes Created by 2HEALING
This cookbook is a home for all my favorite recipes that will feed my body and nourish not only my hunger but inspire me to keep on living a healthy life. This I do for myself first, and my family.
Recipes in this Collection
Cookbook creator says: Great way to start the day. These pancakes are light and fluffy. I added blueberries and used 0 fat yogurt instead of milk with a bit of water to thin it out. They turned out wonderful. These are also great reheated in the microwave.Submitted by CAIAPHAS
Cookbook creator says: I just finished making this sauce and I love it. It has so much flavor and can be used for so much. I divided the left overs in 1/2 containers and froze it for future use. This sauce is great with the spicy turkey meatballs.Submitted by HEALTHIERLYNN
Cookbook creator says: I totally agree with everyone else that has tried this recipe. These meatballs are so tasty and cook up great. Rather than frying the meatballs, I put them under the broiler and they turned out great. This saves on using the oil.Submitted by L2RUN13
This is a GoodHousekeeping recipe I found online. Very healthy, and tasty. The sweet balsamic vinegar mixed with the tart cherries and pears compliment each other. This is a keeper in my house!Submitted by ANDREANJ
South beach super charged recipe. Easy and good! Serving amount will vary depending on the number of breasts in a package. The last time I made this I only got three servings. I also added a can og no-salt diced tomatoes before I put it in the oven, helps keep the ckicken moist.Submitted by NATBAER
Served cold or hot, these tangy yet sweet noodles are rich and tasty.
These are from the Pioneer Woman cooking blog. I've not yet made them, but I've modified her recipe with substitutions and cutting down on the crumb mixture in the attempt to make it not quite as sinful. I'll come back and rate my own recipe once I make it.
This recipe comes from Cooking Light. I don't flour my scallops, like the original recipes says to. Instead, I make sure that my scallops are competely dry and that my pan is HOT to get the sear. It's simple, and the balsamic gives a great flavor. I like to substitute tarragon as my herb, but choose what you like. I like to serve with haricot verts or seared spinach in garlic oil.
Submitted by FOODIEWIFE