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I got this recipe from emeals. Its a really good take on the traditional, but if I make it again I'll definitely add some more Worcestershire sauce, and maybe more tomato paste to the mix.
No flour, no added sugar. I found this recipe at http://fitandhealthywithdebbie.blogspot.co
m originally, but tweaked it slightly with what I had on hand.
Makeover of my staple chili. Nothing better to come home to than a bowl of this on a cold, wet day.
My husband and son loved them! Goes great with mashed potatoes and steamed green beans.
Adapted from Hungry Girl.
I've used the Betty Croker cookbook recipe for years to make pancakes because my family much prefers the flavor and texture of the homemade recipe to the boxed mix. This version uses whole wheat flour and cuts out the oil. Using skim milk would further reduce the calories and fat.
The original version has 322 calories, and 13 grams of fat. This version has only 194 calories and 2.4 grams of fat per serving.
My boys love these. Much better than the boxed kind, from what they tell me.
Found this on Food.com. Universal rub for fish. For more spice, up the cayenne and garlic.
My 7 year old son told me I had finally earned the Smoothie Mastery Achievement with this one! All natural ingredients, no sugar added. The only thing I would do differently is add some fresh spinach next time - the strawberries in the mixed fruit would hide the green.
Thrown together from things already on hand. Even my 7 year old picky eater loved it!
Healthy afternoon snack for when my body is craving cold. Not very sweet, but quite filling and it hit the spot. You can't taste the spinach at all.
Throw it in a pan and let it simmer.
A family favorite
My favorite way to hide veggies for my six year old son who hates them.
Easier and faster than traditional cornbread.
Quick, yummy cake that doesn't need to be frosted.
Great recipe from the back of Starkist packaging
Family favorite that even my 7 year old son likes. Serve with whole wheat cornbread for a filling winter meal.
My husband hates baked fish, but I was determined to find a way for him to eat fish without frying it (I don't need the carbs). This is what I came up with and both he and my 3 year old son loved it.
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