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    Found at betterrecipes.com I altered it further to lower the fat and calories as much as possible.

    Recipe #391441

    fomr eatbetteramerica.com I use Barilla PLUS pasta. I like it best with spaghetti or fettucine noodles, but really any will do. I also like these better with the heartier whole wheat pasta. 20 minutes preptime is time to boil pasta. I also leave out what veggies I don't care for (zuchini). So feel free to add what you like!

    Recipe #407070

    Easy WW dressing that is tangy and different! Found on www.laaloosh.com

    Recipe #414454

    From Betty Crocker -- always a hit! :) Yum! Sometimes I use strawberry jelly or apple jelly for a different sweet flavor. I usually cook mine in a dutch oven then transfer to a crock pot on the warm setting.

    Recipe #391247

    This is from the William Sonoma catalog -- I cannot wait to try this! I love eggs benedict with a side of hashbrows because I love to mix the hollandaise egg and ham up with the hashbrowns. This sounds like the perfect combination! Although, I think I would use the frozen hashbrowns instead of making my own just for the sake of saving time. Posting here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #404208

    Not sure where I found this online, but I altered it (for fat/calorie content) and we really love this. I use my own homemade apple butter for this that I love! :) Enjoy and if you figure out where this came from, let me know!

    Recipe #411499

    Monte Cristo -- Memphis BBQ Style -- recipe courtesey of Down Home with the Neely's. The orginal recipe calls for Neely's Dry Rub and BBQ sauce -- and you probably won't be able to get that if you don't live in or around Memphis -- try KC Masterpiece or make your own.

    Recipe #383125

    This is a more fudge-y version of a chocolate pie! It has been passed down in my family forever and I have no idea where it came from. Even those who do not like chocolate pie, love this pie. It is foolproof and was the very first thing I ever baked. Always requested on family birthdays and holidays! I serve it with a generous dollop of fresh whipped cream! Also, sometimes I use a pre-made pie crust and sometimes I make my own! NOTE: Yes, this has a lot of calories and fat, you can use margarine instead of butter. Other than that, I would not mess with it too much! I tried it using Splenda and it was less than desirable. UPDATE: 09/16/2009 Per review: I NEVER prebake my pie-crust and it comes out perfectly -- neither have the generations of women who have made this before me. That might be a personal preference, but the recipe is intended to be made with an unbaked pie shell.

    Recipe #380973

    From About.com. This is not gourmet but it is easy to throw together quickly, especially if you speed the cooling time but putting the ground beef in the fridge or prepping it the night before, and it is a very forgiving recipe with omissions and substitutions and it is simple and pleasing so I love it for a quick dinner or as an appetizer! Use pizza dough, Italian sausage and mozarella cheese and omit the bacon for another variation. I dip the cheeseburger rolls into bacon ranch dressing (serve with mustard and mayo) and the Italian sausage rolls into homemade marinara sauce. For a party appetizer, slice more thinly! Enjoy! Prep time does not include cooling time.

    Recipe #393952

    From the online recipes! Great for dipping celery, broccoli or cucumbers in! 1 point per 1/4 cup serving

    Recipe #413428

    From eatbetteramerica.com! These are very filling! Posting as written but sometimes I use 1cup whole wheat flour and 1/2 cup regular flour. We also usually serve with the light syrup instead of the applesauce just as a personal preference!

    Recipe #405970

    Very quick and very good! Great as a side for something grilled or even as a lunch salad!

    Recipe #418696

    Sounds sweet and refreshing. Perfect for a baby shower or bridal shower! There is not really a cook time for this at all, but I just put five minutes for the stirring time!

    Recipe #391294

    From Southern Living -- perfect for a cocktail party or as an appetizer or as finger food for a holiday party.

    Recipe #389438

    Sweet. Spicy. Good. From About.com recipe section. I have changed a few things. The amounts for the marinade are doubled from the original, because it called for the chicken to be marinated and then after marinating the raw chicken in it, they called for you to use it again. Which grosses me out because of the bacteria, even though it called for you to boil it! So, I make double the marinade and use the second half to serve with the cooked chicken. Prep time includes the cooling and marinating time.

    Recipe #384507

    From Southern Living -- also goes great with pieces if waffle cone as the "cookies"! Enjoy! This is also great for a Bridal Shower or a Baby Shower! VERY easy to double/triple/quadruple for larger gatherings!

    Recipe #389736

    We had something similar to this on our honeymoon! I love the pickled cucumbers! Found on tastebook.com posted by Bride&GroomFirst! Prep time does not include marinade time which is either 30 minutes or 2 hours. We usually go with the 30 minute option.

    Recipe #394573

    I found this on allrecipes.com Really creamy enjoyable drink for a cold day! Or night! ;)

    Recipe #405996

    I found this on Kraft Foods -- sometimes I add some shrimp if I am feeling like a splurge, or I sub tuna or turkey for the chicken breast if I want lower fat and higher protein.

    Recipe #389480

    Also from eatbetteramerica.com! All the yum, with way less calories!

    Recipe #388318

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