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Perfect for a cold winter day!
I adapted this from a Weight Watchers recipe. One serving = 6 points. Origional recipe used ground beef (which will add a 2 extra points to the serving value. also all cheese was fat free - yuck. Not necessary - low fat is perfectly fine and much more enjoyable). VERY good!!!
Recipe seen on Oprah.com (January 2006 issue of The Oprah Magazine).
Tahini is an important part of the hummus recipe and can not be substituted, however it can be omitted.
cut up chicken and sear in oil. Add onion, cook. Dissolve chicken paste in water add to chicken/onion mixture along with spices and let simmer for 1 hour. Serve over Kale and rice.
If you love chili - this is for you!! The chopolte in adobo sauce is canned and easily found in any grocery store! it's got a kick and is perfect for a fall or winter night. Cut back to 1 chili for less heat.
I found this receipe on Farmgirlfare.com. Very good! Very filling! Very healthy, and tasty, and satisifying! This is a cross between soup and stew...a hearty vegetarian dish!
Make this ahead of time and keep in the refrigerator for up to to two weeks.
This makes a decent size and very satisfying cookie. My kids love them and I'm sneaking 5 grams of fiber into them through an after dinner dessert! hahaha! Enjoy!
For a special occasion - a little slice of heaven!
I found this receipe while trying to find a good use for some leftover barley. It's packed full of fiber, very colorful to the eye and gets better with age! A full 10 grams of fiber per serving! Don't let the jalapeno fool you - the dish is not a hot spicy, but more a flavorfull, subtle spicy. Enjoy!
My sister's homemade cake receipe - very moist and yummie! Calories do not include frosting (I usually top mine with a dab of raspberry jam and enjoy with a glass of tea, instead!
This soup is very satisifying and hearty! I hope you enjoy it as much as my family does.
I got this receipe from the Food Network - Ellie Krieger. I have made this receipe a couple times - the first time with dried cherries and walnuts, and again yesterday substituting with craisens and almonds. You really can substitute any dried fruit and nut as long as you keep the portions the same!
You will enjoy this nice change of pace - Calories are calculated without coarse sugar added to the top. I add sugar free jam to spice things up (or dunk them into homemade turkey chili)! Yummy!!!!!
Cut calories by using low-fat Ricotta, egg whites, half the feta cheese and spray olive oil (on the phyllo)! Enjoy!
This deliciously unique recipe makes for a great breakfast on the go or a fiber-packed afternoon snack! They freeze well.
Please try to make these at least once! Simply get your ingredients chopped and prepared and then lined-up in a production line. Then roll away!! These are SO good and extremely healthy for you! Easy on the dipping sauce, a litle dab-ill-do-ya!
Add "boiled" shredded chicken for an extra punch of protein.