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My hubbie [who is skinny as a rail and can eat ANYTHING and everything] made me these this morning!
A one-pot meal!
SO easy. Usually, I would use all Hodgson Mill Whole Wheat Mix, but I ran out and had to use regular Jiffy!
You could add or subtract a lot to this, but I like the simplicity.
This is a take-off on the Joy of Cooking recipe, Pie Dough Cockaigne, which really [to me] doesn't taste one iota different! Also, you can roll it or press it, no matter!
an ever-changing list!
Use chili [or curry] paste to your idea of hot!
This is my adaptation of a recipe from Weight Watchers Best-Ever Desserts.
MY version of pasta e fagioli! High fiber and high protein! See further for ways to cut fat!
yuck. that's all i had inmy house. But yummmmm.
A dressing for any kind of salad ...
Simple cardamon goodness!
Add all these in a blender, wait 10 minutes, cook. You can have them with or without maple syrup, although that's not included in the recipe.
The best, almost guilt-free pesto around! Yes, it really DOES take that amount of olive oil! The addition of walnuts with pine nuts cuts down on the cost. I've used all walnuts before too!
A great low-cal, microwave version from Cooks.com. Perfect for those hot summer nights!
This is a low-cal version of a Fitness ( ! ) Magazine's recipe! WONDERFUL...not hot at all but if you like it hotter, kick up the ginger and the chili sauce.
This is the kind w. uncooked rice cooked in milk. I use to work at a deli and we really DID make this recipe but I've NOT used full-tilt boogie whole milk, whole eggs, butter, lots of sugar and so forth. It looks like it takes a long time to fix, but it isn't and it's worth it!
I added 2 pkts. of Truvia bec. of the varying sweetness of the ingredients used --- but it's plenty sweet! It all depends on how tart (or sweet) you like your smoothies.