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Adapted from my grandma's Scottish shortbread recipe. Could possibly substitute light butter to reduce calories. To make it just like she did, use white flour.
My family loves this salad! There's never any left over!
I make these for my husband and I to enjoy. I think they're better than McDonald's! Top with real whipped cream and a drizzle of Hershey's Special Dark syrup, if desired. The agave nectar is a great sweetener because it doesn't raise the blood sugar like other sweeteners do. Silk almond milk only has 30 calories per cup!
approximate serving size: 1 cup - but I usually eat two cups!
Halve the recipe to make it in 30 minutes. Sorry the chili powder is in oz.; the recipe called for two 1.25 oz. packets and I didn't measure it before I added it.
These are worth the effort! We have them every Christmas (I make them ahead and refrigerate in Ziploc bags.) They freeze well too!
I threw this together after Thanksgiving when I had leftover turkey and rice already cooked. The longest step was dicing the turkey; so it's a fast casserole to put together.
These have a caramel-like texture. Easy to make. Kids love them! (And they loved helping!) Calorie count allows for some sticking to the bottom of the pan.
Quick and easy, good over mashed potatoes, whole wheat pasta, or brown rice.
My mother-in-law developed this recipe several years ago and it continues to be a hit. SUBSTITUTIONS: (will change nutrition info.) honey instead of agave nectar, buttermilk instead of yogurt; if using regular milk instead of buttermilk, eliminate the baking soda. PREP TIME does NOT include soaking the cornmeal for 1 hour.
We eat chunky soups for lunch almost daily. With the addition of beans, the soups become even healthier!
I have this every morning with my breakfast, and no, I don't get tired of it - I look forward to it! I've even taken to having it for dessert at night with 1/2 cup frozen berries. YUM!
My hubby makes these for me some weekends - delish!
(Yes, he spoils me!) Don't be intimidated by the French word "crepe;" if a MAN can do it YOU can too! :)
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