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this is a tweaked version of one that originally was on skinnymomskitchen.com
You can find variations of these all over the internet. These are from Full Bellies Happy Kids blog.
adapted from The Perfect Pantry http://www.theperfectpantry.co
Delicious, moist, low calorie brownies!
Recipe adapted from The Gracious Pantry http://www.thegraciouspantry.c
This is so easy, and so tasty, you can't stop at one.
Pasty made all in one pan instead of single servings. (Like a potpie).
This is an old Girl Scout recipe for homemade cocoa mix, but I entered it here to work out the calories in each serving.
This is an old recipe from Weight Watcher's magazine from back in November 1985. They used exchanges rather than points back then, but these are delicious and I still love to make them.
This is an adaptation to Rachael Ray's Pumpkin Patch Stuffed Shells from her Oct 2011 magazine. I substituted 1lb of rotelle pasta because I don't have the patience to stuff shells.
A healthier version of Sloppy Joes, with added veggies and fiber, and less fat.
(from Nigel Slater, "Real Fast Food") "The sumptuousness of ripe plums, the nutty bulghur grains and the refreshing notes from the mint and lemon produces a salad of myriad flavours and textures"
Healthy, low fat version of my favorite waffle
This is the original recipe from Robin Miller on the Food Network. I added it here to find out the nutritional data of this dressing.
We've been using this method for almost thirty years, and now my adult kids keep asking for the recipe. I needed to use Sparkpeople.com to figure out the nutrition/calories so that I could work it into my food plan and enjoy them too!!
This is adapted from BH&G recipe in October 2010 issue, but replacing andouille sausage with crisped, drained bacon which keeps the smokey flavor but reduces the fat by over 14 grams, while keeping the fiber over 7 grams. I also reduced the amount of barley, and replaced chicken broth granules with actual chicken stock, upping the flavor quotient, and reducing the salt a bit.
This recipe has been adapted from one found on Gina's Weight Watcher's Recipes site. (http://www.skinnytaste.com/20
-ham-2-points.html) I added more carrots, plus celery and swapped out the ham hock for a third pound of crisped bacon. My changes added 1/2 point to her recipe.
This is a copy of a copy cat recipe found on food.com, but made "skinnier" and healthier.
Oatmeal cookies with raisins, nuts, and shredded coconut. Delish!
Using any flavor Sugar Free Fat Free Jell-o Instant pudding and pie mix, fat free Cool Whip, and Keebler Reduced Fat Graham cracker Pie Crust.