This is a recipe that I adapted. This recipe was printed in the cookbook that came with my crock pot over 25 years ago. The serving size is approximate. The number of servings depends on if you are serving this as a side or a main dish.
Never buy jar sauce again! This is easy to prepare and freezes well. Keep a pint or two in the freezer and you will be prepared. Use this sauce whenever the recipe calls for spaghetti sauce. Recipe comes from Make a Mix Cookery.
Several years ago, DH was in the hospital with a heart condition and was placed on a fat restricted diet. This recipe was provided by the hospital and I have used it since to make wonderful gravy, especially at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Browning the flour is the key to rich fat-free gravy
Are your tired of the same old thing for breakfast? Try this healthy rice for a real breakfast treat. This dish has so many options: adding finely chopped nuts, jam or any fruit or combination of fruit could be used.
This is a a light sauce that can be used with pumpkin pie, baked apples, apple crisp or any other fruit dessert. It is also wonderful over fresh berries when in season. Recipe comes from The New American Diet cookbook.
This is a recipe that was emailed to me by Vita-Mix. I made some changes to suit our taste and the results were fantastic. This is prepared in the Vita-Mix in about 5 minutes. Serve over fresh cooked fettuccine with a crisp side salad.
Jicama, there are 104 recipes using this large, bulbous, root vegetable. The jicama has a thin brown skin and white crunchy flesh. It should be peeled before using. This recipe caught my eye and I have managed to misplace the recipe twice. It sounds very good to me and I have plans on making it within the next couple of days. Recipe in from a Pampered Chef cookbook.
I love Eggs Benedict which is high in fat and cholesterol. Now that I have to watch my intake of both, I found this recipe and it is a wonderful alternative. Serve with fresh assorted fruit for an elegant brunch.
I purchased swiss chard the other day and was looking for something to do with it. I stumbled upon a recipe which I promptly revamped. This has a little "kick" provided by the cayenne pepper. The kick can be enhanced by serving jalapeno pepper sauce on the side. Hope you enjoy!
I haven't made this yet. This is one of those I found at another web site. It sounds so easy and yummy. I decided to post it because it was cluttering up my kitchen counter and I thought it had a better chance of being made if it were posted.
This is a weight watchers recipe. It is perfect for when fresh peaches are in season. The sweetness depends on the flavor of the peaches and I have listed honey as an option if you would like it with a touch more sweetness.