This came from a Weight Watchers cookbook. Very tasty, with a nice "kick" to it. I'm sure it could easily be done on the stovetop, just cook until the beef is fall-apart tender. I sometimes have a difficult time finding the Mexican tomatoes so have also used diced ones with green chiles (and added more garlic). Serve with sour cream and a nice crusty bread (or flour tortillas). A 1 cup serving is 3 WW points. Update 2/12/2010: This won 2nd place (a fraction of a point away from 1st) today at a chili cook-off at work :)
I have a hard time finding sweets that satisfy me when I'm on Weight Watchers. This is a good, easy, and quick recipe that does the trick! The way I make this, it's 2 pts (It could be 3, depending on the brand of margarine you use).
This is a great vegetarian Weight Watchers recipe. You can replace the boca crumbles with ground turkey but the point value with increase to 6 points per serving! Found on WW message boards! I usually cook and then crumble up about four boca patties.
Got this out of an old WW magazine. I love Sauerbraten and I hope this one is delicious. My recipe #318806 has lots more fat and calories but it's excellent. I haven't made this one yet. But hope to soon. It says the longer you let this savory German specialty marinate, the sharper its flavor will be. Serve it over boiled potatoes, spaetzle, or no-yolk egg noodles. Cooking time does not include marinating time. Magazine shows: 140 cal, 3 g fat, 45 mg chol, 56 mg Sod, 10 g Carb, 2 g Fib, 18 g Prot, 26 mg Calc
This is out of an old WW magazine. It says: It's the ice cubes (a frozen concoction of orange juice, cranberry juice, white wine, and orange liqueur) that work Cupids magic in this sparkling cocktail. As the cubes melt, the drinks turn a gorgeous blush and the flavor becomes wonderfully intense. Enjoy this cocktail on any romantic occasion. Cooking time does not include freezing time.
This is a very different variation of "recipe #135814". This is a little easier and quicker and I wanted to see the nutritional info on it. This is a great WW recipe as it's high in fiber, low in fat and is very filling. This can be OAMC as it freezes and reheats well after cooking. I havn't tried freezing before cooking though. It could also easily be made vegetarian simply by subbing the hamburger for another type of bean or meat substitute. Edited to add that these are *very* large servings and I calculated them to be only 7.5 points each if calculated using only 4 servings.
From Hungry Girl: "HG Heads Up! This recipe is crazy-spicy (in a very good way!). But if you like a little less heat, only use 2 chipotle peppers..." PER SERVING (about 1 cup): 172 calories, 3.5g fat, 790mg sodium, 22.5g carbs, 5.5g fiber, 6.5g sugars, 13g protein -- POINTS. value 3*