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Put together in a crockpot, you could come home to a creamy fennel, bean and sausage stew waiting for you as you walk in the door.
Cooking time sounds long but the work is really done inside your oven! AND you need only one pan! You don't have to add oil or butter. You can drop the butter added to the gravy and you can use a cooking spray like Pam to brown the chops with to make it an even healthier.
For tender dumplings, the dough should be gently mixed right before the dumplings are dropped onto the stew.
This is an easy one-pot roast that makes approximately 2 cups of delicious gravy. This recipe will surely impress on Sunday dinner.
Did you know that during the 1930s waffle suppers were key events for church suppers? I though I would bring it back and make it healthier by adding fruit like apples an, blueberries and strawberries. Frozen works fine too!
If you're a seafood lover, this is a one-serving dish. However, you can share; if you really want to. *** Read the ingredients list for exact names and measurements
This is a great boneless/skinless turkey or chicken recipe with a delicate pan sauce. Really easy to make and tastes best with wild rice.
This recipe makes 12. Yummy for that quick treat when you need that something sweet!!!
Too Yummy frosting...no butter, no eggs too good to be true..
This spicy coleslaw can be made with a 16 ounce package of coleslaw or any other packaged broccoli slaw. Add a cup of matchstick carrots if you like. If you like a peanut taste add 1 TBS of smooth peanut butter to the vinaigrette and add chopped, roasted peanuts as a garnish.
You can leave the beans in or out of this soup, or omit the chicken and make it vegetarian. Before serving, sprinkle some low fat cheese and toasted tortilla chip strips.
This is a recipe from a popular restaurant from the Five Points area of Raleigh, NC. Texture is just right and the flavor unbelievable. I added a southwester flair by omitting the dry mustard and thyme and replacing it with cumin, chili powder and a bit of cayenne.
Diner cake so scrumptious and moist you can practically smell that coffee that should go along with it.
I made this recipe without butter using olive oil when mixing the bread crumb mixture, cuttin the calories. The original recipe called for 1 1/2 sticks of butter.
Creamy blue cheese dressing is still rich and delicious when you make it with low-fat dairy products and reduced-fat mayonnaise. Choose the tangiest aged blue cheese you can find; its flavor will go a long way.
This light salad of cucumbers, chickpeas, salmon and a sweet banana pepper can be served as a side dish or an entree. The dressing is made from lemon juice and olive oil with healthy Omega 3s. If you don't have a Tablespoon of fresh parsley or oregano substitute 1/2 tsp dried.
These muffins are not only good for you, but are filled with berry goodness from peak-season berries. Not berry season frozen will do. Be sure to add flour to the blueberries before you fold them into the batter so that they will not all fall to the bottom.
This creamy, tangy potato salad can be made with fresh dill or not. It's sure to please everyone at your table.
You can adjust the hot sauce and cayenne pepper to your liking. Make this crispy chicken a hit by combining low-fact or non-fat ranch dressing with a bit od hot sauce. This makes 6 4-ounce servings.
You can adjust the hot sauce and cayenne pepper to your liking. Make this crispy chicken a hit by combining low-fact or non-fat ranch dressing with a bit od hot sauce.
Vanilla soymilk with omega 3s, blueberries rich inanitoxidants, along with a banana and a strawberry yogurt make this fruity health shake hard to resist.
I'm submitting this recipe because I make it so often that I need a calorie count ! The no knead method is that you allow the bread to rise overnight with little to no work. How great is that !!!
Low-fat pasta toss with sundried tomatoes, beans, broccoli and parmesan cheese.
My husband makes these for me on Sunday
This is my adaption of the No-Knead artisan bread recipe made famous by Jim Lahey at New York City’s Sullivan Street Bakery. There is nothing like the smell of home-made rustic bread, especially when there is no kneading involved!!!!
A lower-fat alternative to the Kraft Box variety.
Turkey and thin spaghetti in a light cream sauce, topped with parmesan and baked in the ven until golden brown.
This chile glazed shrimp can be served with snow peas and rice noodles