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An easy recipe that can be used to make breakfast sandwiches, or as a filling for quiche. A great way to jump-start your vegetable intake for the day. Don't skimp on the fats (butter, whole milk) - your body needs it to digest the veggies!
Slow-cooker recipe that tastes divine!
This is a great side dish for a fall meal, with as many healthy substitutions as possible. Tastes great!
Finally, a strawberry cake that doesn't call for gelatin or pre-packaged cake mix! Yes, I do bake with butter, but feel free to sub margarine if you so desire.
Note about using cake flour: You can use all-purpose flour in place of cake flour, substituting 2T cornstarch for 2T AP flour for each cup used (in this recipe, you will use 4.25 T cornstarch and remove 4.25 T AP flour from the measurements listed). Sift, sift sift your dry ingredients!
This tastes great with a lemon icing, or topped with some homemade glaze made with fresh strawberries, cornstarch, a little Splenda or sugar.
A great side dish, or mix with some canned tuna or salmon for a filling lunch.
The best part about this recipe is that you can make it as fancy, plain, fresh or canned as you'd like!
Creamed spinach made with hollandaise sauce mix and artichoke hearts
Makes a no-bake pie crust
Found this recipe on the internet. I love lasagnas and casseroles, but I can't do pasta. This is much healthier.
A healthy, filling dish for a yummy lunch. Sprinkle with red pepper flakes for some added spice.
Not exactly healthy, but an indulgence made a little more manageable by substituting Splenda for sugar.
A great dip that you can spice up to suit your tastes. Perfect for parties and portioning for lunches.
An extremely easy-to-make "curry" dish. Watch that you don't burn the onion mix - with the temperature changes, it's easy to do.