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    High fiber foods

    A high fiber diet is great for overall health, but especially helpful when you want to cut back calories but stay fuller. And fiber affects the glycemic index, or how fast the food is broken down into glucose in your body.

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    Recipe #43934

    This is a healthy salad with lots of fiber and flavor!

    Recipe #418731

    These are very dense, very chocolately and very good!! Got this recipe at a WW meeting and believe it or not, each "muffin" has only 1 point! These aren't for you if you're looking for a fudgy type browine, but for those of us watching our weight....they can be a lifesaver! Enjoy! (P.S. You can even make them in the teeny tiny muffin tins....you'd probably get 48 or so...sometimes I make half tiny, half regular. Surprisingly, the tiny ones need almost as much cooking time...)

    Recipe #60847

    Recipe #5195

    This is a quick and easy pilaf with my favorite spice--cardamom! If you don't have cardamom on hand, you can omit it--the pilaf is still delicious without it. I improvised it one evening when I was short of canned chicken broth and time. I like the recipe because it combines two of my favorite rices with lentils. The lentils add protein. The dish is a perfect accompaniment to chicken baked with a generous sprinkling of cardamom.

    Recipe #461517

    114 Reviews |  By Lorac

    A Polish-Italian quick fix main dish!

    Recipe #58823

    84 Reviews |  By PanNan

    A delicious version of this popular Italian soup. Adding the sausage (regular or turkey) makes it a satisfying meal if served with a nice warm baguette.

    Recipe #38088

    This is one of my family's favorite recipes. I've typed it here for posterity, as I keep losing my copy at home. You can make this in an electric skillet or in a large skillet on top of the stove. You can also use a cut up chicken, or a package of 6 thighs, or whatever your favorite chicken parts are, in this dish. Instead of frozen artichoke hearts, I've also used marinated ones. Enjoy!

    Recipe #169227

    A friend gave me this recipe, its my comfort food now.

    Recipe #79760

    One of my many favorite comfort foods is beef stroganoff. I now suffer from IBS and can no longer tolerate traditional stroganoff recipes, which is just like nearly every other food I grew up on that my mother cooked that I loved. Here is a recipe that I threw together with the ingredients I had on hand and with what I understood tasted well together. This was also an experiment to see if I could make some type of a stroganoff substitute. I didn't have any sour cream substitute so I thought I'd see if the bit of cream cheese substitute would be of any interest. As with all my posted recipes, a lot of the ingredients are estimated to the best of my ability, and I use ingredients that I can afford and that are tailored as best as posible to what I need for my IBS diet. Also, as usual, feel free to modify the recipe to your needs and tastes. The end product was a teeny bit soupy, but there should be enough noodles to soak up the soup, especially if you serve this with some bread on the side. I hope you enjoy my creation. :)

    Recipe #179747

    After an evening of Recipe#248921 and Recipe#23385, I felt like I needed to unclog my arteries a bit and came up with this delicious recipe for chili. I know the ingredients sound like an odd combination, but it is delicious and healthy for you. You can make this big batch and freeze some for later.

    Recipe #249177

    Great for break, lunch or as a dessert. I really like it with the White Chocolate Cheesecake or Amaretto Cheesecake yogurt, but any flavor will do. There seems to be some questions as to how I arrived at this being 1 pt when others are saying 4 pts. According to the online WW Point Tracker, which is what I track with: 1/2 cup Fiber One cereal = 0 pts; 6 ounces Weight Watcher's 1 point yogurt = 1 pt; 1/4 cup blueberries = 0 pts; 1/2 cup strawberries = 0 pts. Remember, Zaar's nutritional information facts are based on generic "low fat yogurt". I highly recommend you track each item for yourself in your point tracker instead. Hope that helps!

    Recipe #356754

    I love the texture of steel cut oats. You can make this the night before and breakfast is ready in the morning. I like fruit additions, but my kids do not, so I've listed them as optional. Also, it may sound like a lot of water, but trust me, I've experimented..

    Recipe #101101

    Nothing fancy about this dish - just good eating. Round off with some feta cheese and crusty bread.

    Recipe #81968

    This is a great meal that we eat here often in the winter time. With some dark bread and maybe a salad it is a really hearty meal, though we have been known to eat just this for dinner. The recipe is adapted from Amy Dacyczyn's "The Complete Tightwad Gazette"

    Recipe #74629


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