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I think this is a very good sauce used alone or add some browned ground beef (not in calculations)
Each serving is 2 sandwiches.
This is a delicious side dish to serve with pork or ham. This recipe is easily multiplied if you have more than 2 cups squash and it also freezes well.
This is a good standby recipe. Add a little water if the mix seems too dry but I usually don't have to.
This is a bread machine recipe
I used hot dog relish for calculations but I use my own zucchini relish in this recipe.
I calculated nutrition using flour and vegetable oil but you may not need that much of either.
Can use boughten noodles but not sure how much...calculations here are for six servings noodles or 3 cups uncooked homemade noodles
English Muffins; 12 muffins.
Original recipe found on pinterest with minor changes made. skinnytaste.com.
Recipe found on pinterest. justapinch.com
I am pretty sure I got this from Betty Crocker.
I use homemade potato bread in thick slice but calculations are made using large slices of white bread..
Recipe found in 30 minute meals--101 quick fix recipes
If you desire icing: Mix together 1 cup powdered sugar, 2 tablespoons milk, 1/2 teaspoon vanilla, and a sprinkling of salt. Drizzle over rolls as they are still warm.
This is our favorite bread.
I used cod for calculations but haddock or other whitefish is good too.
Nice to use leftover rice in; for chinese meal, add some soy sauce and omit salt and pepper.
This will make approximately 6 to 7 servings at 1/4 cup each. Calculations based on 6 servings.
the ingredients are not complete.
The values for this recipe are not calculated per serving.
No serving calculations for this solution.
I use frozen pie crusts for recipe calculations but my own pie crust recipe when making the pie.
Used this recipe for years.
I AM GUESTIMATING 6 SERVINGS.
Note: reduce the calories and fat by using beef round.
A quick "slaw" that I like very much.
Good and easy.
Courtesy Kym in Ohio posted on food.com. Ohio Blue Ribbon winner.
THIS IS NOT A DIET RECIPE. IT IS MORE FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.
Makes four servings of one cup each.
This is very high in sodium. I would consider making Chef Meg's baked beans first and using four cups of them in stead of canned baked beans.
No nutritional calculations for this one.
No serving size calculations provided for this recipe.
This is for on occasion or a special occasion. It is no where close to a diet conscience recipe :).
I'm calculating this at six servings.
I used to make this when the children were small and I still make it now and then. Other people made similar and called it "Slop". I just couldn't call something slop and expect the children to eat it so I renamed it :).
Calculations based on making two 2 crust pies.
Calculations allow 1 cup per seven serving pizza.
Originally came from Recipezaar but has been much revised.
I prefer to use the bacon bits in place of turkey bacon because of the convenience and because there is less sodium in the bits.
My husband requests this sometimes and it is great comfort food. We put it over mashed potatoes sometimes too.
Use different fresh vegetables in place of what is listed here.
I love this. There are only two of us here and I buy one jar sauce at Dollar General Market for $1.50. I make this and use the remainder of jar for half recipe Creamy Mac & Cheese Alfredo. We still have leftovers :D.
Ragu says this makes four servings. Each is approximately 1 cup and I think 1/2 cup as a side dish is enough.
From Southern Biscuit Self-Rising Flour bag.
Original recipe calls for solid shortening which I don't use often. Also, I was making 15 in recipe which are pretty small. Now, I make ten (you can always cut in half lol).
Each serving is approximately 2 Tablespoons.
This is pretty high in sodium but it is soooo yummy I make room for it in my food plan.
Better Homes New Cook Book with minor revisions.
Courtesy LorenLou on recipezaar.com.
I dipped out rolls by using 1/4 cup measuring cup and spraying with cooking spray a few times.
Courtesy Recipezaar.com; ladypit.
I used blackberries in my calculations. Original recipe calls for 1/4 teaspoon salt. It also calls for skim milk. I use 1% milk so mine is really not "fat free".
This is high in sodium and so I do not use it often. But it has long been a favorite here.
Makes two small lunch or snack size burritos.
WW Angelfire Recipes.
A Weight Watcher's recipe revised. Original recipe called for fat free mayo and 2 granny smith apples; no raisins.
Courtesy recipezaar.com; Sharlene_W
NOTE: I cut this recipe in half with no problem. The other half of sauce is great with chicken.
This has a little less sodium per serving. It is not that great a difference but hubby and I like this coating best.
For fish and shrimp.
Each serving is two tablespoons.
I used hot dog relish for calculation; the kind that has mustard in it. It is the closest relish to my zucchini relish.
These are really good; Add garlic, onion, green pepper if you wish. Start with 1 tablespoon oil; add 1/2 tablespoon more if too dry (I think this depends on the type of potato used).
I calculated this makes sixteen servings because it takes half recipe (1 cup) to coat eight chops or eight pieces of chicken.
From Mountain Maid Nonfat Dry Milk bag.
This is best with the crushed peppers but would be good without if feeding this to children.
A lower sodium replacement for canned soup. This is still fairly high in sodium but not nearly as bad as the canned.
The vegetables and/or cheese not included in calculations.
Makes approximately 2 cups mix. Nutrition calculated per 2/3 cup.
* I changed this to reduce the sodium content. I included low sodium chicken broth in place of regular. It is still pretty high in sodium.
There should be four servings of gravy at 1/4 cup per serving.
This makes a nice big salad having two servings of vegetables (according to Mastercook program). Seems more like three to me lol.
If you love garlic, don't be afraid to add extra. Or, sprinkle with garlic powder.
I like to use the crockpot but this can easily be cooked on stovetop.
I tried to make a baked bean recipe that is lower in sodium. So far, this is the best I can do.
Courtesy Chef #214039
The revisions I made is that I used salt sense in place of regular salt and 3 tablespoons oil (9 teaspoon) where the recipe called for 10 teaspoons oil.
A Recipezaar recipe.
Makes approximately 8 cups
Note: I chop my turkey in the food processor.
A Recipezaar recipe courtesy MizzNezz revised.
This is very high in sodium. You could reduce this by using low sodium broth or cutting down on the bouillon.
Makes 15 muffins using 1/4 cup batter for each one.
This is quite high in sodium.
A recipezaar recipe courtesy ElaineM; revised.
Nutritional information is calculated per ounce.
A Recipezaar recipe courtesy Pot Scrubber.
I used 2 teaspoons dry cilantro leaves which I added with the tomatoes, broth, etc. before baking. It was delicious but I'm sure the fresh cilantro would be better.
A recipezaar recipe courtesy Miss Annie. Revised.
I used Taco Bell Taco Sauce (a recipezaar recipe) for the dipping sauce. Did not use the extra cheese and green onion for garnish at serving. Also, original recipe called for 2 tablespoons margarine, melted to brush on chimichangas before baking. I use cooking spray to reduce fat calories although, it is better with the margarine.
A Recipezaar recipe courtesy WJKing.
I used 5% lean ham for my calculations.
A Recipezaar recipe.
This recipe from Recipezaar (WJKing) and slightly revised. This is not a "diet" recipe but I love this stuff so it stays lol.
Recipezaar by Sharlene--W
A revised Recipezaar recipe.
This is a basic sauce. For variety, try adding mushrooms, green pepper, cooked lean ground beef, whatever you like in your sauce.
These are really good and I have fried them in skillet but I prefer my nonstick griddle.
This is a Recipezaar recipe.
Calories vary some depending on what type roast beef and other ingredients used.
It is best to use a nonstick skillet for these as they tend to stick.
Add grilled chicken and serve with garlic toast for a full meal.
From Taste of Home website.
Adapted from a Taste of Home recipe.
Originally found on Taste of Home website.
Courtesy: Redneck Epicurean from recipezaar. Recipe revised.
These are made with canola oil.
found on web
adapted from ediets recipe
Recipes I've Rated:
- Slow Cooker Boston Baked Beans
- Slow Cooker Pork Tenderloin
- Sweet potatoes
- Sweet and Sour Sauce
- Ham & Cheese Frittata
- MEXICAN CHICKEN RICE
- Tomato Basil Soup
- Dilled Haddock
- Mom's Famous Beef Barley Soup
- Turkey meatballs, everyday food
- Oven Roasted Sweet Potatoes
- Shrimp Scampi
- Stuffed Green Pepper Soup
- Black Bean and Sausage Soup
- Slow Cooker Pepper Steak
- Low Fat Teriyaki Chicken
- 5-Ingredient Grilled Rosemary Chicken Breast
- HEALTHY FRIES
- Crockpot Pulled Pork
- Slow Cooker Refried Beans
- Applesauce Oatmeal Muffins
Recipe Collections I've Shared:
|A Collection of Favorite Healthy Recipes
A treasury of healthy recipes I use in my diet plan. Most are recipes I found on the internet and some are my own recipes that I have used for years. Many more recipes will be added as time permits.
|My Sparkrecipes Favorites
A collection of healthy recipes from the great members of Sparkpeople. More will be added as time goes on.
|Recipes not tried yet.
|My Recipe File
|Christmas and Other Holidays