Crispy on the outside, airy and moist on the inside and made with healthier alternatives such as 1% milk, low-fat sour cream and Egg Beaters...Once you've tried it, you'll want to make this waffle your standard recipe from whence all variations come! Eat it plain, eat it with real maple syrup, top with fruit or fat free Cool Whip! You're only limited by your imagination!
Yet another one from our 'comfort food' collection...a sort of poor man's stroganoff with a twist...No canned cream soup, no salty broth/bouillon and we added the tangy zip of Heinz57 sauce...Then we made it a little healthier by using ground turkey, low-fat sour cream and whole wheat pasta...Try it, you'll like it!
These have been a favorite since I was a little girl. I remember eating these in front of the TV watching "Romper room". The dough is quite soft, so I always put it in the fridge between baking batches for easier rolling.
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How to Take the Mess Out of Avocados:
Cut avocados in half; remove pits. Leaving the avocado in the skin, make crosswise cuts through flesh being careful to cut up to, but not through, the skin. Scoop out the avocado with a spoon. This will make it not only less messy, but also easier to mash!
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Kitchen Tips: E-Z Fruit Shortcakes
Prepare as directed. Spoon over pound cake slices and assorted fresh berries. Garnish with small dollops of additional thawed COOL WHIP Whipped Topping and fresh mint sprigs just before serving.
from Kraft Food & Family Magazine. To cook later: Cover uncooked casserole (uncooked eggs can be frozen and baked later with no troubles) tightly with plastic wrap; freeze until solid - cover with foil. Freeze for up to 3 months. Same baking directions except cook for 1 hr covered vs 35 minutes uncovered - then uncover and add cheese and bake for 15 minutes