8 Recipes Created by SPRING1973
These are just recipes I make frequently. Most of them are variations of common foods I have come up with over time, although when I find a recipe I like from someone else I add that too. I've got 5 people in the house so many of these make a high volume of food.
Recipes in this Collection
Taco night is one of my family's favorites. This recipe came about because: 1) I needed to make tacos go further; and 2) I wanted even the picky ones to get their veggies. There's no huge breakthrough, except you get a serving of vegetables for every 2 tacos, BEFORE adding the condiments!Submitted by SPRING1973
This homemade alternative to store-bought granola bars, is a good source of protein, fiber and healthy fats. Tasty and so simple to make! A quarter cup of raisins (not included here) also make a yummy addition!Submitted by COACH_NICOLE
This combines high protein/high calcium yogurt with powerful anti-oxidant berries into a yummy dessert or snack. To maintain the pro-biotic benefits of live culture yogurt you can eat this immediately as a thick frozen shake. You can also freeze leftovers in popsicle forms for later or run the whole thing through an ice cream maker for a softer frozen treat. Please note, the freezing process freezing kills most of the live cultures in the yogurt (but it still tastes delicious!)Submitted by SPRING1973
A quick chocolate fix without the guilt!
A full size Hershey milk chocolate bar has 210 calories & over 13 grams of fat. Yet, take a quarter of that, add a single marshmallow & 2 squares of graham crackers and you have a gooey, chocolate treat with only 136 calories & 4.7 grams of fat. Just don't eat the rest of the bar!!!
Submitted by SPRING1973
Forget buying packets of seasonings. They're expensive and often full of salt. Save sodium and money by making this easy herb blend. Use it in sauces, soups, stews, on meats... anywhere you want to add Italian flavor without fat or sodium!Submitted by CHEF_MEG