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I had a similar dish at Phillips Seafood in D.C. years ago. I liked it so much, I set out to make my own rendition. I like it as a side for fish, just like I had it originally. My mom likes it over pasta. My husband adds parmesan cheese and red pepper flakes. Anyway you serve this dish, it is a delicious and light way to get your veggies!
My husband loves the taste of this spagetti sauce, but he also loves the fact that there's no grease to drain from the burger crumbles.
One day, I decided I'd add a can of pumpkin to a spice cake mix and see what happened. It was good, so the next time, I added pecans and ground flax seeds. Tonight, I substituted unsweetened applesauce for the oil. I sprinkled brown sugar on the batter in the pan and sprayed butter spray on top of that. I ate a piece warm from the oven with a huge squirt of whipped cream. It was wonderful! (My favorite way to finish this cake is to poke holes in it with a wooden spoon, then heat a can of cream cheese frosting in the microwave and pour it on top--but I'm trying to be healthy, and the whipped cream was not bad!)
Grandma cooked her pudding over a double boiler, added bananas and vanilla wafers (That was my job, that, and beating the egg whites with a hand beater!) Then she added meringue, once I had beaten it fluffy, and popped it into the oven till it just started to brown. That's why I like my banana pudding warm. This recipe is almost as good, with fewer calories and no beaten eggs!