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Wonderful, light, soft textured bread machine bread, sure to be a family favorite
Healthy and yummy all in one!
The night before you intend to make this you need to boil your chicken on med to high for 2 1/2 hours. Let chicken cool and then place in fridge. The next morning you need to take chicken off of the bones. Use your hands this will help you take out all the little bones. Then take the shredded chicken and place in a crock pot or stove to pan. Add Cream of chicken soup(1 large can), and chicken stuffing(1 box). Let cook until chicken hot. Serve with hamburger buns or on pita bread.
A spin of the Traditional PBJ. Hold the jam please! Its a great snack or something rewarding and delicious for weekend breakfast.
Filling, Low-Cal, Yummy, and Great for you!
This is a great meal idea, lunch or dinner. It is full of flavor and very satisfying.
This is a really yummy & easy french dip recipe. Serve it with rolls and the sauce on the side. It is high in sodium but using low sodium broth and soups would help.
Onions, bell peppers, and celery provide the crunch for this simple recipe
Looking for a tasty way to get those veggies in? I never have leftovers because my teenagers love it! They don't have to know it full of vegetables! Very filling with minimal calories
I LOVE the Buffalo Chicken sandwich that I get at restaurants, but know the fried chicken is no good for you. So I put chicken in the crock pot with the Buffalo sauce and my family LOVES it!!
This hearty sandwich is stacked full of crunchy, fresh veggies stacked so high you'll have to open wide!
There are quite a few versions of this recipe on here, but here is the one we make. Adapted from Chow Vegan website.
Naturally nutritional and low in calories, a favorite of the adults in our family!
Recipe for a large batch, fruit, veggies and tuna enough to last the week!
Delicious and easy to prepare, this fun finger food is perfect for an informal dinner party.
This recipe is Diabetic friendly
a healthy snack or make two of them for lunch
This is just a very basic chicken salad for topping off greens or slapping between a couple slices of bread. It's a basic recipe which, in the past, I've done with much more mayo - the milk thins out the mayo and helps spread the flavor out in this variation. Adding dried cranberries or chopped nuts makes it even better, but doing that, one should remove the relish and add a little more milk (maybe up it to 3 tablespoons of milk). This is a -big- recipe because it keeps for many days in a sealed container.