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This is much faster and easier than cooking down a poultry carcass to make stock. My family all loves it.
This delicious recipe is based on the Olive Garden alfredo recipe. I lightened it up by using half and half instead of heavy cream, and cutting back the butter from a full stick to 1/4 stick.
I made this up on the fly because I really love sharp cheddar cheese, and had some extra bell peppers in the fridge.
This simple recipe tastes very fresh and homemade.
This recipe is adapted from the 1973 edition of The Joy of Cooking. It's just good old fashioned clam chowder - nice to eat on Good Friday, or Fridays during Lent.
This rich chocolate dessert is dairy free, as it is made with tofu instead of milk.
This is a simple dish that has a nice Asian flair. It can be used as a side dish, or as a light meal.
This is to die for on chicken and rice. Not low in fat or calories, but very nutritious and filling; it is high in protein and minerals.
serving size is 1/4 cup
Quick and easy, but tasty and nutritious. My husband and kids love this.
This one dish meal has a mellow mushroom flavor. It can be made with ingredients your probably already have on hand. It is full of healthy veggies, and has a nice cheesy flavor imparted by the parmesan cheese.
This is a tasty, zesty mediterranean omelet that is great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It's loaded with veggies.
This is great mixed with macaroni, pasta, rice, as a base for chicken or tuna casserole, or as a sauce for chicken or fish.
This is a zesty cold salad made with lots of fresh raw tomatoes. Homegrown tomatoes are ideal.
Good old fashioned recipe of sweet bell peppers stuffed with rice and beef.
This highly nutritious, healthy, low fat salad is very flavorful due to the ginger dressing and the seasoned rice vinegar. It is simple and quick to make. Other protein can be substituted for the scallops, such as chicken, shrimp, tofu, etc. Makes a nice one dish balanced meal.
These pancakes are loaded with fiber and protein, and are quite filling and satisfying. You get a serving of fruit with each portion. They are delicious when topped with 1/2 cup of berry compote and some toasted pecans. They're great not just for breakfast, but for anytime!
This smoky, filling treat only uses a small amount of meat, is very easy to prepare, and is packed with healthy fiber.
These rich, smooth desserts give you a fruit serving without the guilt!
These beans are so nutritious; they are chock full of fiber, and very high in potassium, complex carbs, protein, calcium, copper, folate, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, riboflavin, selenium, thiamin, and zinc. They are delicious for a barbeque or a cookout, and so filling.
This is a great summer vegetarian one dish meal.
Just like my grandma used to make, but lightened up by partially substituting Splenda for sugar, and topping it with streusel instead of crust.
This delicate medley of fresh vegetables, shrimp, and pasta is lightly seasoned with fresh chives and lemon juice.
This all natural compote made from fresh berries is to die for on the Banana Buckwheat Pancakes. It would also be great on vanilla ice cream.
I got this recipe when I joined Weight Watchers in 2003. It is one of my favorites. Very tasty and filling, yet light. Easy to make, too.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Raspberry-Lemon Scones
- Whole wheat orange muffins
- White Chicken Chili
- Southwest Chicken and Black Bean Soup
- 15-Minute Asian Beef Soup
- Caribbean Chicken
- Carrot Pumpkin Bars
- Grilled Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
- Salmon on Greens with Lime-Ginger Dressing
- End-of-Summer Roasted Veggies
- Coach Nicole's Fresh Guacamole
- Cheesy Grilled Banana Peppers
- Breakfast Casserole
- Carrot Souffle
- Homemade Marinara Sauce for Canning
- Peanut and Sesame Noodles
- Chicken Tikka Masala
- Sweet & Crispy Apple Chips
- Chicken in Wine Sauce
- Spanish Rice & Beef
- L.R. sausage, mushroom, and polenta lasagna
- Thai Noodle Salad
- Spinach Feta Personal Pizza
- Cream of Spinach Soup