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We've slimmed down this classic hefty sandwich--so you can enjoy it more often!
Call it a parfait, call it a sundae, call it anything you want. Just call on it at snack time.
This meal is fast and fun, a great way to spice up a dull morning and bring a brunch favorite to the work week.
While this treat does take a bit of time (and patience) to freeze, it takes no time to prep. If you're in the mood for something sweet yet light, this is a tasty treat. Even unfrozen, this is a fun way to eat your yogurt.
Creamy slaw pairs well with fried chicken, but who needs all that mayo? This one uses Greek yogurt and a healthier mayo, plus a few other secret ingredients.
You will think you are dining in a screened in-porch with the colonel as your host when you bite into this pan-fried chicken.
Traditionally, aioli is a garlicky sauce made with olive oil and egg yolks--a fancy mayonnaise. Outside of French or Spanish cooking, the definition has loosened, and it has come to refer to any souped-up mayo. Our "aioli" contains no mayo, egg yolks, or oil; instead, its creaminess comes from Greek yogurt.
Lean beef can dry out easily, and it lacks the flavor of fatter cuts. So how do you create a burger you'll crave? You fill it with the good stuff.