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My cousin gave me this recipe after we tried them at my uncle's house and loved them. Not as labor intensive as I'd feared, and so yummy!!
I make this with a little less sugar.
This is easy enough for kids to make, yummy enough for kids to love, and still reasonably healthy!
(From Young Chef's Academy recipe)
The original calls for half and half, which has additives I don't use. So, since half and half is half milk and half cream, I adjusted the recipe accordingly. I also used a bit less sugar.
A family favorite, I adjusted it to use lower fat/sodium soup and added frozen veggies. You could also use reduced fat cheese.
I eat this for breakfast almost every morning, and it lasts me through my workout and all the way to lunch time!
I like alot of meat in my chili. You can eliminate either the turkey or the beef, or you can use less of each.
I also like my chili very mild. You will likely want to add chili powder, hot sauce, or other spices.
This sauce is great over pasta, or even as a stand-alone dish. It's thick like a stew, and loaded with veggies and protein. I cook up a big pot and freeze into smaller portions.
You can make this with much less meat if desired.
There are no tortillas in this very thck and hearty.soup! It's actually meant to be served OVER tortilla strips, or you can use tortilla chips for dipping.
Modified version of the recipe from The Soup Bible by Debra Mayhew. Makes a great one-pot meal!
A twist on tacos! You can add anything you want on top, but this is how my family loves them!
A variation on a traditional Scottish dish. Adapted from "The Soup Bible" by Debra Mayhew
I added extra clams to the recipe to boost the protein. I also used 1% milk instead of whole. You could substitute Fat Free Half and Half for the cream to reduce the fat.
This recipe is modified from one given me by Chef Timothy Grayson on The American Queen riverboat. It is good enough to eat for dessert! I've slimmed it down a bit by using less heavy cream and substituting half and half for the rest.
This recipe is adapted from "The Soup Bible", by Debra Mayhew. It's a traditional Scottish dish, great on a cold night.
I got this idea from Prevention Magazine. The ingredients are theirs, the amounts are mine. You could use vegetable broth instead of the chicken, for a vegetarian version
This recipe is an adaptation of the Lentil and Pasta Soup recipe in "The Soup Bible" by Debra Mayhew. Served with some crusty bread and a salad, it makes a great dinner on a chilly night!
A quick and easy recipe that's family friendly! You can substitute turkey for the beef to decrease the fat.
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The tried and true recipes that my family and/or I love! I tend to go with high protein recipes becuase I need alot of protein. Some of these I've modified to add extra protein, but the originals are here.