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!
I have tweaked this cooking light inspired vegetarian dish, just a little to boost flavor, added a few calories, but boy it really is worth it. I have adapted this recipe for the crockpot, but all you really need to do for stove top is cook the chickpeas completely before starting and simmer the soup for 30 minutes.
I combined different spices to achieve what tastes almost as good, if not better than regular sausage. Be sure to use regular ground turkey (not ground turkey breast, which is too lean so it doesn't have enough moisture). UPDATE: After all the positive reviews, I decided to submit this to Taste of Home's Light & Tasty and they published it in the Dec/Jan 2008 issue. It's also in the Light & Tasty Annual Recipes 2008 Cookbook.
This Mexican-style soup is an entire meal. It will keep in the freezer for up to three months. You can make this soup with any pre-cooked chicken or turkey. We used store-bought rotisserie chickens, but leftover Thanksgiving turkey will work just as well. When reheating, the hominy may pop in the microwave, so the soup should be thawed overnight in the refrigerator, then reheated over low heat on the stove.
I got this recipe from my weight watchers news letter, The points value is 3.Take these muffins over the top! Frost them with a spread of fat-free cream cheese whipped with a dash of Café Vienna coffee powder and a few drops of vanilla extract.
I made these one night when I was craving some meatball subs. Unfortunately, I did not get to try any as my husband ate them ALL! They are nice and moist, and hold together even without the egg. They are 6 ww points for four meatballs.
Prevention's Good Health Cookbook-1994.
These succulent chick legs are incredibly easy to prepare: Just season them with fresh herbs, then pop them into the oven with garlic and potatoes. The whole dish is quite low in sodium, so anyone with high blood pressure can enjoy it often.
Nutrition Info. From Cookbook: