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    OAMC - Diet Friendly

    We've had quite a few requests for diet friendly recipes. These are the ones we've come up with so far! They are a combination of SBD, WW and others. It costs so much to buy diet friendly meals from the freezer. Hope these help you save money and diet!
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    3 Reviews |  By ShaGun

    These looked exquisite and tasted great! I needed to make a dish for a vegetarian, a person who is lactose intolerant, and two toddlers along with other guests who were none of the above. I messed around with a few recipes and came up with this one that pleased everyone. I was even asked for the recipe, and one person asked to take home the leftovers. The recipe is fairly flexible. You can also add 1 can of corn and/or 1 chopped bell pepper, or a small can of chopped green chilies (drained). You can also use regular cheese, regular lasagna noodles, and cottage or ricotta cheese for the tofu.

    Recipe #176827

    Originally from WW website

    Recipe #251479

    I came up with this when searching for a lasagna recipe that would fit the WW Core plan, but that would have plenty of flavor. Use any kind of spaghetti sauce that is Core, there are several organics that are good. I also have a recipe for Core spaghetti sauce if you want to make it from scratch. Freeze the leftovers in individual containers for great make-ahead meals.

    Recipe #261716

    My healthy cabbage roll recipe that works with the weight watchers core plan.

    Recipe #281469

    This warming casserole can be made ahead, tightly wrapped and frozen until needed. Perfect for hectic holiday times! It came off of the WW web site.This recipe is part of our Cook Once, Eat All Week series.

    Recipe #306226

    This Mexican lasagna will last up to five days in the refrigerator. It's a terrific make-ahead meal from our Cook Once, Eat All Week Series. It is 6 pts per serving.

    Recipe #306231

    This came from a leaflet in a Weight Watchers meeting. I have replicated it as the original recipe but i found for my tastes I liked a little more ginger and a little less water to make it thicker. It freezes well and is ideal for when the munchies strike. I think this would also be nice if the ginger was replaced with cumin or chili and the stock with coconut milk (although this would add a points value)

    Recipe #314347

    5 Reviews |  By Tish

    For a completely vegetarian quiche, leave the crab out. I used this recipe for a friend that was having some problems with finding a lower fat recipe, using reduced fat cheese and liquid egg substitute. Obviously we can add the fat back in if you like!

    Recipe #18664

    32 Reviews |  By Tish

    Another converted recipe from Cooking light for OAMC use. These are obviously good and like right away and a good alternative to fast food if you want something quick at home.

    Recipe #81115

    Quick and easy spicy bean burritos that the whole family will enjoy! Tex-Mex is a highly spiced and vibrant style of cooking that developed as an evolution of Northern Mexican cuisine. These burritos are fairly spicy with 1/2 tbsp chili powder and medium salsa. Feel free to increase the chili powder if using a milder salsa. I also use whole-wheat tortillas for extra fibre. These freeze well.

    Recipe #111332

    This is a favorite of mine. It freezes nicely.

    Recipe #262759

    This is an adaptation of a recipe originally published in "I Like Food, Food Tastes Good: In the Kitchen with Your Favorite Bands". It's a delicious curried lentil and cauliflower soup that's filling and incredibly nutritious, and it keeps beautifully for days! You can even make it ahead and freeze it. WARNING: IF YOU FOLLOW THIS RECIPE TO THE LETTER, IT IS EXTREMELY SPICY! PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY!

    Recipe #264839

    This is a weight watchers recipe I've been using for years though I modify it slightly to acccomodate our tastes...sometimes substituting Mexican style egg beaters for the regular and also omitting mushrooms and adding more hot sauce. What I love about this is that the cups can be made ahead and frozen and simply reheated when needed. (remove foil cups first.) This is the original recipe which states it's a one point serving. Experiment with your own favorite cheeses and vegetables. Can also be served as an appetizer or snack.

    Recipe #295994

    When I attended my first weight watchers meeting and the leader shared this recipe, my first thought was "right!". There was no way I was going to believe this was good, AND low in points. Eventually I had to try it though. Now my DH who wants nothing to do with pumpkin OR lite anything, had a fit over these cupcakes. Of course he still doesn't know the truth and I'm not about to tell him! (weight watchers points = 1) I did try making it as a cake in a 9-13 pan and the center stays way too moist, so I recommend the muffin method. Perfect for when nothing will do but chocolate! UPDATE: One reviewer suggested using 1/4 cup of water to get a more cake-like consistency and it works great. 1/2 cup of water will produce a denser and richer texture. Whatever you choose, enjoy!

    Recipe #249061

    For about 20 years this recipe was just a lovely memory. When DH was in grad school one of his professors invited the entire class and their families to enjoy a Filipino meal prepared by his wife, Priscilla. She fed about 50 of us seated on the floor in front of long rolls of paper! 20 years later, that professor is no longer at this school but my husband and his son-in-law now teach here. Rachel, Priscilla's daughter, shared her Mom's recipe with me. She has added slow cooker instructions to fit her busy lifestyle but it is still the same great flavor that her mom prepared for us over 20 years ago. Thanks Priscilla and Rachel!! **NOTES** - Cooking time 2 hours stove or 6 hours slow cooker. - Slow Cookers vary in cooking times - adjust according to your appliance. - Freezer instructions courtesy of Erindipity.

    Recipe #281472

    I found this on the Bisquick box and we LOVE it! We have it two to three times a week with a large garden salad and light honey dijon mustard - mmm, mmm. One thing I do in addition to the recipe is I spray the pieces with pam cooking spray before putting in the oven. I also bake for 10 minute and then flip and bake for 5 to 10 more. For Freezing Directions, courtesy of OAMC Freezer Tag, please look at the bottom of the Directions section. Thank you Erindipity!

    Recipe #179257

    5 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I wanted to make up a batch of something to have something to warm up when I didn't have time to fuss, put some in the freezer and yet have something healthy. Aha I thought, I have some cooked chicken and some egg roll wraps so I came up with this recipe. You can serve them plain, with some Szechuan sauce or even salsa - it's up to you. I loved them plain. They will make great appetizers too. Hope you enjoy them! I said optional to the chillies and hot sauce, but for me the recipe would be bland without, so use as much or as little as you like. Substitute the chicken with seafood roast or whatever leftovers you have. To freeze: Prepare rolls as directed through step 2. Place on a baking sheet, leaving a little space between the rolls. Place in freezer and freeze until firm. Transfer to a large freezer bag. Seal, label and freeze. To serve: Bake rolls from frozen as directed in directions.

    Recipe #91415

    A low fat chicken roll based off a Cooking Light recipe I have made several times.

    Recipe #296122

    I based this recipe off kzbhansen's recipe #130244. While these are a huge hit with the family, with over 30 g of fat they don't really fit into the healthier lifestyle we are aiming for. This lighter version checks in at only 3 WW points. The vegetables can be exchanged however you like with minimal impact on the points value. I suggest trying mushrooms, peppers or tomatoes in the empanadas.

    Recipe #296032

    I created this light version of recipe #60976 by evelyn/athens as a way to enjoy this wonderful meal without having to feel guilty about the fat and calories. While the original recipe was 14 WW pts for 1/6th of a roll, the light version now comes to 5 pts for 1/6th of a roll. A huge improvement in my book. To get a thicker sauce you can use fat-free half and half, but that may raise the points value.

    Recipe #254261

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