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This recipe gives the bread a hint of garlic. Increase the measure to increase the flavour.
An interesting replacement for fried chicken. The oats give a little extra health benefit.
A hint of the Orient when these chops are served. Everyone in the family will love them!
Quick and easy in the crock pot. Start it in the morning before you leave and all you have to do is cook the noodles when you get home.
Chicken and cream cheese baked inside crescent rolls and coated in cream of chicken soup. These are a surprisingly reduced-guilt meal
Tangy and tart may seem an odd flavor for chicken, but in this recipe it works. Both my wife and kids gave it a thumbs up!
Another stroganoff recipe. This one uses cream of chicken soup as the creamy base. That speeds the cooking time significantly.
Need a quick starch to go with dinner, these biscuits will melt in your mouth!
Feel free to use the cheese of your own choosing!
One of my wife's childhood favorites.
An easy slow cooker meal. Put it on before you leave for the day, and the house will smell wonderful when you get home!
Quick and easy all in one pan.
The whole family loves this recipe. We split it into two containers. One for dinner and the other for the freezer for another night.
Add a little zing to roasted potatoes. These are a family favorite that are 'dressy' enough to serve to company.
Sweet and tasty. We have not tried this recipe with a sugar substitute.
A quick simple recipe that our whole family enjoys. We substitute vegetables at random--use what ever is at hand.
From Company's Coming Low Fat Pasta cook book (with modifications...)
Quick and easy to make!
Tangy with just a hint of spice.
Easy to make and delicious!
A special treat for our family. These noodles have enough zip to satisfy dad, but are mild enough for the kids
This recipe has a nice sweet sauce. Both my 7 & 4 yo kids liked it, and would voted it a keeper!
Liberated and modified from the "Taste of Home Low-Fat Country Cooking" book. Mrs. Ausland claims it was first made for FDR.