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Make ahead breakfast muffin so you can stay on track for the week.
I got this from a Rachael Ray recipe and adapted it for my family. There's no egg and if you sub vegetable canola or olive oil for the butter there is no dairy in it. This way we can have a "Thanksgiving Meal" in an hour or less year round.
I made this on a whim the other night and it was WONDERFUL! It is VERY filling and the "hidden" spinach is healthy and virtually undetectable.
a delicous smoothie for breakfast
Fantastic dish to get your family to try a new cuisine! Tastes are subtle and overall it's a very low-cal dinner packed with vitamins.
This recipe takes some do-ahead work (marinating) but is so worth it when you taste the juiciest chicken EVER!
A friend's son made this (full fat) in his home-economics class, I loved it and decided to try out a low-fat version of it. Wow! I was so happy with how this turned out.
Feel free to substitute turkey cutlets as well.
My 3 year old helped me make this!
I made this along side the PF Chang's Chicken wraps recipe and served with brown rice.....VERY tasty. It is adapted from one I found on AllRecipes.com.
This recipe does call for quite a bit of prep work but I feel it's worth it in the end. Everything goes quicker if you have a food processer.
**This is a QUICK tuna dish that I came up with while in a hurry to make dinner with limited ingredients in my cabinets.**
This goes great with a side salad and dinner roll.
I won't lie this recipe is involved, but it is worth every bit of the effort! My best friend and I came up with this and our families request it once a week.
And the leftovers (when there are any!) are just as good!
You can adjust the spice to suit your taste by adding or removing jalapenos and purchasing spicy green enchilada sauce or mild.
I've also tried everything I can think of to reduce the sodium in this recipe but this is about it. If you have any ideas I'd love to hear them!
I just threw this together recently and the family LOVED it! I usually serve it with black beans or red beans and rice along side a green veggie or salad and a baked sweet potato.
**This recipe uses Sofrito sauce which I just discoverd and personally think it is wonderful. It's a tomato/pepper base used in mexican style cooking for rices, soups and sauces. It's not spicy at all.