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Yummy, easy low-fat (but not low sugar) flan!
Soooo simple and good!
Tastes really sweet and good! The Peanut butter flavor is a nice addition.
Sooooo good, crispy and light. It's also the easiest waffle recipe I've run across, though it does need to be made the night before. I've already cut the butter by a couple of tablespoons, and you could probably get away with even a little less.
These are a great nutritious substitute for packaged cereal bar. Plus they pack a lot more punch. I make a big batch and freeze them, so they can easily be pulled out for quick breakfast. We like to eat them with a yogurt/fruit smoothie.
So rich and creamy on a cold day!
I really like this combination. Plenty of fiber thanks to the Kashi cereal, and filling with the peanuts. Plus it takes care of my chocolate tooth.
A tasty and great way to put away the season's peaches for later. This is really good on oatmeal, pancakes, cottage cheese, etc.
Slightly modified from the cook book "Remember when...we cooked?" A very yummy and rich tasting soup. You can top it with sliced tortillas, cheese and chopped tomato, but I didn't include those in the recipe or calorie count. Also I used regular Velveeta in the calorie count, but you could easily substitute the light Velveeta.
This is a moist muffin w/a little less sugar and fat than some recipes. I prefer muffins for the poriton control, but it bakes up in a loaf pan just as well. Just cook a bit longer.
Very yummy and flavorful. Of course you can make this into a sandwich or serve with sliced tomatoes.
Not quite the real thing, but certainly cheaper and easy! I just throw leftover coffee I don't finish in the morning in the fridge for a pick-me-up later in the afternoon.
So easy to throw together. Works equally well with limes.
somewhat healthy trail mix my kids will eat
From Cooking Light but calculated w/out the butter and syrup
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|Yeast Raised Waffles (Marion Cunningham)