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my version of a classic. you can lower the fat content by substituting light mayo for regular mayo and using low fat cheese. :) you can garnish this with bacon bits or cubed ham, too.
This is an adaptation of a recipe from MOM-3FURBABIES
***nutrition info is for 24 servings***
I was really excited about trying one of the salsa chicken recipes on here, but almost all of them include some sort of cream soup and/or sour cream. So here's my "dairy-free" spin on it for my lactose intolerant friends. :)
*nutrition info is for a 1/4 cup serving, which is double the usual "2 tbsp" serving size for dips.
(who actually only uses 2 tbsp of dip with their veggies or chips?)
A fun, tasty way to get in some veggies. My husband hates broccoli...won't even take a bite normally....but he loves this salad!
Simple, quick, and easy. Serve on a bun, on a salad, or on pasta or rice.
definatly comfort food....you could make it "healthy" (or healthier) by switching to low fat or non fat cheeses/dressing....
my husband is anti-low fat foods and i came up with this for him. he loves it!
A nice, creamy frozen yogurt. Tastes great - even my anti-artificial sweeteners husband likes it! It gets too hard to scoop if I save leftovers in my freezer, but I freeze it in an ice cube tray (silicone baking cups would be excellent, too) and it makes a great, quick base for a fruit and yogurt smoothie!