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    (LFRV) Oh I love this dressing!!! I've had it three nights in a row and I'm thinking about it right now. I pour this over baby greens, celery, cucumbers, and shredded red cabbage and I think its quite magical!! This recipe is for one serving so multiple as needed. You could easily add any herbs or spices you want but this is perfect for me!

    Recipe #430054

    1 Reviews |  By KateL

    Entered for safe-keeping. From Sam Miles's "Guilt Free Gourmet", listed as a topping for Guilt Free West Coast veggies. Sam Miles emailed me 1.26.09 to say the sauce should resemble thin pancake batter, and used sparingly; she agreed it was best to start with 1/2 cup of skim milk (I suggested evaporated skim milk for better consistency).

    Recipe #352036

    This is a variation of the recipe submitted by Chef #844314 for the Poor Boy Stromboli ( The SO absolutely loves those Dominos Philly Cheesesteak pizzas®, so I decided to modify Chef #844314's recipe to incorporate the flavors of the pizza. The outcome is, in my humble opinion, delicious! Sorry the picture came out a bit blurry, but you get the idea.

    Recipe #315156

    28 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This dressing is great on a fresh veggie salad, chicken salad, crisp green salad, taco salads or any tossed salad. Especially good on a salad that is accompanying a Mexican entree.

    Recipe #30146

    31 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I could eat tons of this, and I do. You can also use canned asparagus, but this is amazing with the fresh (and yes, more expensive) stuff.

    Recipe #41808

    This recipe is from Nick Malgieri, the former Executive Pastry Chef of Windows on the World, and part of his newest cookbook "Perfect Light Desserts." At just 100 caloriesper serving, this looks like a delightful dessert that will satify a sweet craving without guilt. This preparation is a little tricky so have all your ingredients at the ready so that each step can be followed before the mousse sets. A perfect accompaniment for this mouse would be a drizzle raspberry sauce or strawberry coulis.

    Recipe #194570

    Delicious. You may use any flavor yogurt you like. With all the varieties they are some great pies to be made. I use Blue Bunny yogurt. I love the coconut creme. The whole pie is 8 points.

    Recipe #155629

    This is a recipe I've used for a while, and when I started WW, I tweaked it a bit to get it a little healthier!

    Recipe #282704

    I make this each and every time we have bananas that are over-ripe. I toast slices to have along with my coffee for breakfast. I also use toasted slices to make peanut butter sandwiches for the kids' lunches. Who says if it's good for you it can't taste good too? The original recipe, which I have adapted quite a bit, came from Nick Malgieri's book "How to Bake."

    Recipe #267766

    17 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is a Weight Watchers core recipe. Serve with frozen yogurt or whipped cream - you have to add the points, of course!

    Recipe #206491

    5 Reviews |  By myslys

    I'm on Weight Watchers now and every once in a while like to have a little something sweet. I haven't made these, but they look really good!! Plus, they're only one point per serving!!

    Recipe #167842

    Taken from the pages of Light & Tasty magazine, this is a great alternative to the higher fat versions of ranch dressing. Nice on a dinner salad or as a veggie dip.

    Recipe #202006

    39 Reviews |  By KelBel

    From the WW Core Board Core- 1 pt. Flex- 4pt

    Recipe #176818

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Substituting applesauce for some of the butter or oil adds tenderness to these Apple-Pumpkin muffins while keeping them low in fat.

    Recipe #210090

    I got this recipe from The New American Heart Association Cookbook. Low fat, low calories, great taste...what's not to love! I usually add more cheese. Refrigerate the tomatoes for at least an hour before serving to let them soak in all that wonderful dressing!

    Recipe #249757

    So lovely on a salad!

    Recipe #9181

    from Her Sports magazine. I ran out of rolled oats, so I used 1 cup rolled and 2 cups quick oats. Also substituted pumpkin spice mix for all the other spices and fresh pumpkin puree for canned pumpkin. I added only --1/2 cup raisins and added --1/4 cup chocolate chips. These came out a tad dry (as there is no fat in them) so adding a little oil could go a long way, though I haven't tried it. I baked for 8 min, rotated, and baked 8 more minutes. I will do slightly less next time. Also, they do not grow at all when baking, so the size you make them is the size the will end up. Mine were about 2 inches in diameter.

    Recipe #263302

    The severed finger look comes from the red chunky applesauce/apple strips and nuts. Not only are these very festive but low fat as well.

    Recipe #261663

    3 Reviews |  By Sage

    Low fat but creamy smooth. A multi- purpose dressing, good on any mixed greens. I corrected this recipe and now it is better with 1/2 cup of buttermilk.

    Recipe #262336

    This is an excellent cake/bread recipe with very little fat. Notice there is no butter or oil, just bananas. I cut down to 2 larger bananas but it was a little dry so I did actually add just a little canola oil, but I definitely wouldn't have if I had used all 4 bananas. Also, I subbed in blueberries (frozen unthawed) for the raspberries because it's what I had. I stirred them in towards the end of the gentle mixing with a silicon spatula so they wouldn't get mashed up.

    Recipe #220243

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