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I found this recipe online. It is based on the Pain Quotidien cookbook, but I reduced the sugar and oil very slightly.
This is more substantial than a custard because of the addition of flour.
This recipe uses only 1/4 cup sugar and 1/4 cup sucralose sweetener.
Delicious for a quick meal for two.
A quick and easy side dish
This recipe is from CookingVillage.com
Use whatever fresh vegetables are available. Serve it over whole grain pasta or a baked potato. This is more like a stew than ratatouille is because the recipe uses marinara sauce.
The key to making this a low fat recipe is to use a pan with a good cooking surface, such as a hard anodyzed finish.
This is a lovely casserole that is easy to make
Sauteed vegetables in tomato sauce - What's not to like?
A delicious way to spice up grilled cheese or scrambled eggs.
This is an easy combo of frozen corn, black beans, wheat berries and salsa. The wheat berries add a delicious chewy texture and whole train health benefits.
This recipe is a combination of several that I found
Published in the Washington Post 12/10/08 based upon a recipe on Heidi Swanson's "101 Cookbooks" blog
This recipe was published in Parade magazine on 11/16/08.
This is a custard-like fruit dessert. You can use peaches, cherries, apples, or pears. The addition of ricotta gives it more substance, but you can also use 1 cup milk instead of the combination of milk and ricotta. I only use 1/4 cup sugar because I don't like it very sweet, but you can use more sugar or a combination of sugar and Splenda to keep the calories down.
Easy to make. Delicious and nutritious -really!
These delicious brownies are virtually fat free, thanks the the use of "Lighter Bake," a fruit-based fat substitute.
This is my sister's recipe.
This is based upon a recipe from one of the Moosewood cookbooks.
A delicious main course
My mother was cooking
These are delicious and easy to make.
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