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Recipes I've Shared:
This smoothie has a great color, texture, and taste. My sixteen-year-old son finished his smoothie and immediately asked for more! This throw-together smoothie is definitely a keeper!
This is the recipe that was on the bag of bananas I purchased. It is the best banana bread I have EVER tasted! This would be an excellent gift bread.
Do you want to add zip to a vegetable dish without adding calories? If so, this recipe is for you!
If you are wanting a lighter version of pizza that you can fix at home, this recipe is for you! Yummy!
You can also add black olives or thinly sliced tomato pieces. You might have to change baking time if you add more toppings, though. If you do not care for artichoke hearts, you could adapt by using spinach, instead.
If you like the Weight Watchers chocolate muffins...these are EVEN better AND healthier!
While looking for low cholesterol recipes, I stumbled across this one online at http://my.hearthealthyonline.com.
My mom came up with this recipe for the perfect meatloaf. It is delicious!
This is a great way to use the odd pieces of ham from a spiral sliced holiday ham.
A local sandwich shop had a ham spread that we loved. To save money, we came up with our own recipe for the ham spread. In order to make this more figure friendly, we use celery instead of making sandwiches. However, if you have calories to spend, you could use whole wheat bread and make sandwiches.
This is the one complete meal my teenage son can fix, independently. In fact, my entire family loves to make this meal. Everyone washes hands, then proceeds to add the ingredients that he or she likes, and omit the ingredients not desired. I have the vegetables washed and chopped, and each family member makes their own creations. Some even add a dash of paprika for color. After all the aluminum foil envelopes are created, we simply write the chef's name (using a Sanford Sharpie marker) on the outside of his or her masterpiece.