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    Tried and True Healthy OAMC Recipes

    This is a collection of recipes I use. I have made all of them from the freezer and include freezing and serving instructions in my review if they are not listed in the recipe. Some of the recipes include WW information. However I have since left WW and no longer have the ability to calculate points.
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    Low carb and tasty

    Recipe #102451

    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

    This is a lower fat version I created so my husband can still enjoy our favorite breakfast while not feeling guilty. The fresh chives make all the difference when you take out the fat, don't use dried.

    Recipe #315133

    Really, after you have the quiche mix down you can replace the other ingredients with whatever you like. My husband happens to like the sausage and cheese. Weight Watchers: 3 points per muffin when using low fat sausage, cheese and baking mix and fat free milk.

    Recipe #247054

    This is my recipe for basic spaghetti sauce. It isn't fancy, but child friendly. Weight Watchers: 1 point per serving as written.

    Recipe #248799

    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

    This recipe came from a daycare where my mother and I used to work. It is simple, but so filling and I think amazing.

    Recipe #276335

    This is my mom's chili recipe. I don't know where it came from, but it was always a hit at our house growing up. My brother and I loved chili nights and even better was the chili dogs with the leftovers the next day.

    Recipe #276339

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

    Recipe #296122

    I copied this recipe from a cookbook I got from the library. I don't remember the name of the cookbook. It is great served over rice. Weight Watchers: 5 pts per 4 oz serving.

    Recipe #300188

    These aren't really biscuits, but they do make a nice low point breakfast treat. If you are expecting a traditional baking powder biscuit, this is the the recipe you want. The oatmeal gives the biscuits a nuttier flavor and they end up tasting more like a blueberry muffin than a biscuit. The batter is rather runny, so I recommend you use a cookie scoop when putting them on the baking sheet. I was given this recipe by a friend in WWs. These are 1 point per biscuit.

    Recipe #363628

    From Cooking Light January 2006.

    Recipe #150244

    I started doing this to save some time in the evenings. I don't like using that 10 minute Uncle Ben's but I do like having my rice ready that fast ;O). I really like using sushi rice! Use whatever rice you prefer!

    Recipe #159839

    These meatballs are simple, versatile, and packed with savory, garlicky flavor! YUM!! Use them for spaghetti, meatball sandwiches, Italian wedding soup, baked ziti...I think this recipe will serve 35 people. :-) It would also freeze well for those of you who do OAMC. The lady who gave me this recipe used to be a caterer, and she told me that one of her clients said these were better than his Italian wife's own meatballs! I guess that's saying something. Anyway, I really like these, and if you love garlic, so will you! Cooking time is for one batch of meatballs, but of course it will take longer to make all of them. Prep time doesn't include peeling and mincing the three heads of garlic, which is admittedly a somewhat lengthy process. Oh well, it's certainly worth it!!

    Recipe #132076

    This recipe goes back a long time, it makes two 12-1/2 x 8-inch disposable pans, I use my recipe#71273 for this but you may use your favorite homemade sauce, you will need about 8 cups of pasta sauce or a little more if desired, chili flakes is only optional I like to add them in for some heat, you may adjust the amount to suit your taste or omit --- make certain to leave the frozen pan in the refrigerator overnight to thaw slightly before baking, and you will need about 2 cups of mozzarella cheese for the top after baking, this makes the perfect potluck meal and you also get to enjoy one pan :)

    Recipe #256064

    This is a Northern Mexican recipe that is adapted from a recipe by Rick Bayless. This uses a chuck roast and is made in the crock pot. My DBF asks me to make this again and again. Serve it with rice, sour cream, beans, and warmed tortillas.

    Recipe #251874

    From Everyday with Racheal Ray mag 4/08. Awesome litttle individual "quiche" type dish!

    Recipe #291637

    You can use any diet cola type soda for this recipe. The soda gives the sloppy joes a sweetness rather than tang. If your a Weight Watcher you can count 3 points for the sloppy joe but add points for whatever you serve it on. The recipe is core if you serve it over couscous or brown rice.

    Recipe #158633

    2 Reviews |  By Kim1

    I got this recipe from a Friend. It is so good. I hope that you enjoy it and please let me know what you think.

    Recipe #36742

    I love the extra flavor the Italian Sausage adds to these, it means there is little if any additional spice needed. I like to use a lot fat chicken or turkey sausage, but any type is good. I also use a sweet sausage because I need child friendly meals, but it is good with hot too. Weight Watchers: 6 points per serving when using lean turkey sausage and lean ground beef.

    Recipe #247429

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