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    This recipe is a family favorite and it is healthy too!

    Recipe #69136

    86 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Start this Sunday Morning and your ready for kick-off!

    Recipe #11919

    17 Reviews |  By Bev

    Chimichangas any way you want them: right now or later, baked or fried. From BH&G

    Recipe #57027

    214 Reviews |  By 89240

    I used to love these when I was younger, I could eat two in one sitting! I haven't had fast food in a year or two, but these taste like I remember Taco Bell's quesadillas tasting. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

    Recipe #78194

    My husband Call's these Palupa after me!!LOL They are yummy

    Recipe #81138

    Easy to get together, roll up and bake. Great with tacos if you need a bigger meal.

    Recipe #77414

    3 Reviews |  By Kim1

    I have included in the prep time the 10 minutes that the casserole has to sit so that it can set.

    Recipe #39330

    This makes two hearty Italian style pasta casseroles with beef and spinach for very little money and makes good use of ingredients you might have lying around your house. This comes from my Aunt's recipe collection, updated a bit for my tastes. She had originally clipped this from an article in Family Circle in 1973. I wanted to share the story behind this recipe as well as the recipe itself. Basically, a mom of six children had, on the spur of the moment, decided to invite guests over for supper on a Sunday. Apparently, no stores were open on Sundays, so she was unable to buy any ingredients and was faced with only using her meager household staples, and relied on her Italian family background for inspiration. This was what she created. This makes two big casseroles, one you can eat now, and one you may freeze and reheat later if you are not having a bunch of guests over. I think if you don't have any spinach, you could substitute another veggie like roasted red peppers, sauteed mushrooms...really whatever you have handy is the point here. Also, when you make this...you might say "this could use some more cheese"...go ahead and use extra cheese if you want, melting some on top during the last 5-10 minutes of baking.

    Recipe #106359

    9 Reviews |  By KCShell

    This will fit the Core or Flex plan of Weight Watchers. This could be made ahead or can be fixed in about 40 minutes. Great for a busy evening.

    Recipe #109787

    I was looking for a yummy South Beach recipe to curb my Italian Cravings. I found a vegetarian lasagna recipe using eggplant slices as noodles, substituted my own meat sauce, and voila! A low carb keeper in our home! The eggplant taste is indistinguishable with all of the bold italian flavors, and adds the needed texture of the missing noodles. I've also seen zucchini strips used as the mock noodles. Try it!

    Recipe #83464

    6 Reviews |  By Tish

    Here is an organized way to get a wonderfully easy dinner together in record time.

    Recipe #51115

    Recipe #36327

    TOH; family favorite

    Recipe #34108

    from cooking light. very good. i doubled this. 1 steak, 1/4c. sauce = 318 calories, 11 grams fat, 26 grams protein

    Recipe #117942


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