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This was pulled from the back of a Mrs. Miller's Noodles package.
this has been adapted from a recipe i found on allrecipes.com. the original recipe, called "nanna's banana bread", was submitted by sharon parenteau.
the original recipe called for walnuts, but we have nut allergies in our house so i substituted chocolate chips.
the original recipe also calls for the batter to be baked in a 9x5 loaf pan for 55-60 minutes - in case you'd rather go that route.
recipe credit: weelicious.com
we serve this over brown rice. the rice is NOT included in the calculation.
recipe courtesy of weelicious.com
we typically serve this with baked sweet potatoes and a veggie
recipe credit to weelicious.com
we serve this over plain couscous. the couscous is NOT included in the calculation.
recipe credit goes to weelicious.com.
recipe credit goes to weelicious.com. in this version i used low sodium instead of regular soy sauce. i also couldn't find snow peas at our store, so i substituted sugar snap peas.
i served this on top of brown rice. the brown rice is NOT included in the calculation.
The credit for this recipe goes to weelicious.com - a great website for easy and healthy family-friendly recipes.
this could be made even lower in fat by using fat free sour cream and cheese. personally i chose to leave the cheese as is and used light sour cream (instead of the full fat the original recipe calls for). you could also lower the sodium by using plain wild rice instead of the zatarain's new orleans style wild rice that i calculated here.
it's pretty simple to make and is very filling! hope you like it as much as our family does!
This recipe was given to me by a friend. She told me that it came from a recipe book she got while working for Hershey.
Recipe from Runners' World Magazine - June 2009 issue
This is a great breakfast my son and I like to share on cold winter mornings.
From Smucker's Holiday Recipe Booklet
This is my Grandma's recipe - calculating it the way she makes it just to see how much damage I do every New Year's Day. :) Obviously this could be made in a lower fat/calorie way.
A family favorite - passed down from my great-great grandma.
Could definitely be slimmed down, but I'm entering it in the old-fashioned way just so I know how to count it on Thanksgiving. :)
A favorite family recipe - passed down from my mom's close friend, RuthAnn.
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- Beef and Broccoli
- Pork Chop & Apple Bake
- Linguine with Tuna Puttanesca
- Quinoa and Black Bean Salad
- Rhea's Baked Chicken w/Sun-Dried Tomato & Asparagus
- Chinese Chicken Bake
- Mexican Casserole
- Oatmeal Cranberry White Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Easy Feta Cheese Chicken Bake
- Herbed Brown Rice
- Mini Cheesy Meatloaves
- Thai Noodle Salad
- Garlic Brown Sugar Chicken
- Black Thai Pork