More About AURXDOC05
Visit My SparkPage
Send Me SparkMail
Recipes I've Shared:
Sweet and savory! YUM! Adapted from Taste of Home.
Fantastically colorful, tasty and filling meal!
Nutrition Notes: sodium is lower than shown, as beans are drained and rinsed; fat looks high, but only 2.4 grams of saturated fat per serving (the rest is the good stuff I have a hard time getting in my diet); 8.5 grams of fiber per serving; nearly 850 mg of potassium!
Eat smartly early in the day to enjoy this fantastic dish for dinner! This is my family's favorite recipe! We always make extra for left-overs!
Recipe courtesy Cheryl Smith, www.foodnetwork.com
Adapted from recipe courtesy Ina Garten, Barefoot Contessa (www.foodnetwork.com)
Be sure to add in 1/2 cup of your favorite sliced fruit.
Quick, easy and tasty mini pizzas!
Adapted from About.com
This recipe, courtesy of the Neely Family (www.foodnetwork.com), has to be the absolute BEST BBQ sauce ever! We use it for everything BBQ...pulled chicken/pork, grilled chicken, as a dip, etc!
For tender grilled bbq chicken, marinate chicken breasts in bbq sauce for a couple hours. Then place into a foil packet (easily made with aluminum foil) along with a slice of green bell pepper and a pineapple ring. Grill the packets for 17-20 minutes.
Great for use as a topping/garnish for soups.
Adapted from eatbetteramerica.com
Serve with Honey-Peanut Butter Syrup (recipe entered separately): Combine 1 cup of honey with 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter.
A low sodium, tasteful home-made spaghetti sauce. This sauce freezes very well!
Be sure to use tomato paste and diced tomatoes with no salt added. Great Value (Walmart's brand) has the lowest sodium contents I have found.
"Healthified" recipe from EatBetterAmerica.com
Tilapia fillets that are reminiscent of the childhood favorite.