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Meal idea from StoveTop Cornbread Stuffing mix
Recipe adapted from Taste of Home. I baked crust 5-7 minutes (not in original recipe). Increased rhubarb from 1 1/2 c. to 2c. Used Neufatchatel cheese instead of full fat cream cheese. Used parchment paper in pan to make removal and slicing much easier.
Mix and match yogurt & vitatop flavors.
Wonderfully moist, flavorful muffins! I used buttermilk powder in this recipe and added it to the dry ingredients & the water to the liquid ingredients. Try using mini muffin pans to make a smaller serving size.
We enjoy this recipe with either smoked sausage (which the nutritionals are based on) or mild Italian sausage. The smoked sausage is fully cooked, so just needs a little browning. Top with grated Parmesan cheese. Great with a slice of light garlic bread.
I use the seasoning blend for convenience. Use fresh chopped onion, green pepper, and celery (1/2 c. to 1 c. each) if desired. Serve with hot sauce (Iike Frank's!)
A tasty, nutritious sandwich! Add lettuce and tomato if desired.
This version adds just enough chocolate to satisfy, without adding too much to the calories.
I've been making this as a snack lately, and decided to put it in recipe format so I don't have to enter each ingredient in the nutritional tracker.
A family favorite.
A spin on a recipe I saw online. Added chicken to the recipe. The amount of flour is 2 t. (SP didn't have flour portioned in t. so had to convert from c.) I used a cheese blend from Trader Joe's; the recipe calls for Italian Fontina which is a hard cheese unlike Danish Fontina
This recipe is on the box of Barilla's Piccolini Mini Farfalle. I added chicken (used the Italian style Aldi's pre-cooked chicken) and Italian seasoning. The seasoning isn't listed in the ingredients because it doesn't seem to be listed in SP's database. I reduced the amount of Parmesan Cheese to 1/4c. from 1 c.
Shake and Bake box recipe
Sometimes you just have to enjoy a cookie or two! Nice to know the nutritionals so you can occasionally plan a treat into your day. I don't have to worry about these being around long--still have a teenager at home and two more that visit often from college. :)