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May have a ton of butter, but man it's good! It came from a "Six Ingredients or Less" cookbook--great find! I topped with blueberries and powdered sugar...neither are included in calorie count.
...because I made it with what I had on hand... :-]
Slight changes to this recipe: http://recipes.sparkpeople.com
152007, all because I didn't have raw eggs on hand! They came out moist and WONDERFUL! It's not super-sweet but it's tasty!
This is a varied version of this recipe: http://recipes.sparkpeople.com
This is also great with tuna (sub in 2 cans of chunk light tuna for the chicken).
This came from a friend's sister and has been perfected. I don't know how much a serving is...maybe a cup?
Got this from my son's daycare--it's a good recipe that the kids can help make.
Another Hungry Girl recipe I got. It's different from my normal desserts (that always include chocolate), but tasty nonetheless.
Calories could be reduced by using SF/FF pudding mix. Nonfat milk is not recommended. I just used what I had on hand (1%).
This is from another SP user (and it's smaller). I just made a few changes, thinking the calories would be way different, but it's not too bad! I was craving Mounds bar, so I tried this. I didn't think to add almonds for the Almond Joy take. :-P
From Food.com. Sure does beat a traditional tuna sandwich!
This is a recipe on SP. When I made it, I used Splenda instead of white sugar so I wanted to see the calorie difference (original recipe has about 167 calories per serving). Half the calories! I'm guessing on the serving size since it wasn't listed from the other recipe.
Another Hungry Girl recipe--they are great. This one has less than half the calories of its restaurant-version counterpart. :-D
To give credit where credit is due, this is from the Hungry Girl email list I'm on. These are freakin' good and MOIST!
As my Spanish teacher used to say, "SOCKS" or "Eso Si Que Es"...in other words, It Is What It Is--sausage, potatoes, and peas. Breakfast for dinner!
I used what I had on hand and managed to come out decently. My toddler liked everything but the tomatoes, which didn't surprise me.
Simple ingredients and easy preparation made this a great dinner for me and my impatient toddler last night.
I threw this together tonight with what I had on hand; it seemed to come out tasty! I'm guessing on some of the measurements, so you'll want to adjust as you see fit. My Italian is homemade so it may be a little different calorie-wise.
It's a simplified version of Quiche Lorraine since there's no crust to prepare. This is from Betty Crocker's Wedding cookbook.
This is from my Betty Crocker Wedding Edition cook book and I make it at least once a month. This can also be Mexican meat loaf by omitting sage, and substituting 2/3 c milk and 1/3 c chunky salsa for the 1 c milk. Add 1/2 c reduced fat Colby-Jack cheese and one 4 oz can of Ortega chiles. Omit ketchuo/bbq sauce on top.
Hungry Girl's answer to Pad Thai from a restaurant :-)
When you find yourself craving a hearty and decadent pasta dish, don't head out to your local Italian eatery -- make this! It's got real pasta and LOADS of flavor, plus it's much lighter than anything you'll pick up at a trattoria.
From HG: Fudgy goodness with marshmallows, nuts, and a seasonal special ingredient.
From HG Herself: Satay is one of the best and most common orders at any Thai restaurant. It's also a pretty popular party app. But those creamy, nutty sauces and potentially oily, fatty meats could mean trouble... Get ready to cheer with joy over our take. (It's not 100 percent authentic, but we're rebels.) Check out our Hip-Hip-Hooray Chicken Satay!
From HG's recipes...
Right Said Bread
After getting a BAZILLION requests for pumpkin bread, we figured it was time to make some. And after EIGHT attempts, we got it just right. Try it and see!
Another tasty-sounding recipe from my Hungry Girl emails.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Maple Pecan Chicken
- Sloppy Joes
- Slow Cooker Refried Beans
- Keema (Ground Beef Casserole)
- Chocolate energy balls
- Colorful Italian Pasta Salad
- Bachelor Proff Pasta Salad
- Quick Chocolate Oatmeal bars
- Quick Low-Fat Corn Bread
- Apple Coffee Cake
- World's Best (and Easiest) Salmon
- Enchilada Casserole
- Slow Cooker Lasagna
- Chewy Cupcake Brownies
- Potato, Egg, Cheese, and Salsa Omelette
- Peanut Noodles with Shredded Chicken and Vegetables
- Basic Spaghetti Sauce
- Parmesan Baked Alaska Cod
- Baked Chicken & Sweet Potatoes
- SW Ground Turkey & rice 1 skillet meal
- Blueberry & strawberry compote
- chicken with green beans and peanut butter sauce
- Cheesey Tuna Veggie Casserole (Fiber, Broccoli, Cheese, Vegetable, Whole Wheat Pasta)
- Spinach Salad with Mandarin Oranges and Walnuts
- Blueberry - Cinnamon Pancakes
- Tasty & Tender Asparagus
- Whole Wheat Pasta with Sesame Peanut Sauce
- Slow Cooker Whole Chicken
- Light and Fluffy Blueberry Muffins
- Fat-Free Yogurt Ranch Dressing
- Cornbread Muffins
- Soft-Serve Banana 'Ice Cream'
- Balsamic Chicken and Mushrooms