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    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    Each tart is 7 points plus. Recipe source: WW Just 5. These take a few hours to freeze, not listed.

    Recipe #470389

    3 Reviews |  By ellie_

    This WW recipe is from Weight Watchers 365 Day Cookbook (an older WW book when they still had exchanges - but to use the flex plan I think it is about 6 points).

    Recipe #280488

    This gorgeous recipe for moist and flavorful yet also healthy muffins comes from " The Wild Wild West" cookbook, which I got of my wonderful swap partner and friend Tammie in the 2009 Cookbook Swap. I luv how easy and quick it comes together and how tasty the muffins are while still being good for you.

    Recipe #361756

    This is one that my daughter makes that is delicious. It came from an older Weight Watchers Cookbook. It has only 4 points per serving. Even you non-WW friends will like it. You may use chicken breasts that you pound out into a cutlet. I prefer the chicken to the turkey.

    Recipe #305084

    28 Reviews |  By Derf

    About as simple as it gets with less calories!!. Good hot or cold, great for picnics. (I was surprised I couldn't find this already posted!)

    Recipe #163666

    Recipe #207307

    I found this recipe in a little betty crocker magazine called simple healthy meals. This recipe is so good because it is made with on hand ingredients so I use this as an easy, last minute idea when I cant think of anything to make for dinner. This dish is very healthy and doesnt taste like it is. The few changes I make to the recipe are I just use all black beans, since they are healthier than pinto beans. I use extra sharp full fat cheddar, you dont need very much anyways being extra sharp so why not? And I like to add a can of my favorite el pato tomato sauce (yellow can) to the meat mixture also. And also I just lay out the tortillas tearing them so they fit in the pan. the strips are extra work I dont think that is neccesary. I like to serve this with a little bit of sour cream.

    Recipe #343728

    This flavorful dip is perfect for company yet simple enough and light enough to be enjoyed on a regular basis. Serve it with toasted pita wedges, whole grain crackers or fresh vegetable cruditees (such as baby carrots, broccoli and cauliflower florets, bell pepper strips and celery sticks). **Gotten from an email list

    Recipe #173423

    5 Reviews |  By Mom67

    I got this dip from the WW site...it is absolutely delicious and just ONE POINT per serving! I serve it with baked Tostitos chips for a guilt-free treat, but no one would ever guess it's low fat if you served it to guests. Keep in mind, the creamy ingredients cool down the salsa, so a hot salsa will yield a nice medium dip. Great way to get your mexican dip fix. Enjoy!

    Recipe #412203

    I saw this recipe and thought it could come in handy for the upcoming ZWT5. It gives me an idea of how to use up those odd tortillas I tend to have left over after buying a pack.

    Recipe #370127

    This comes from Turn off the Fat Genes by Dr. Neal Barnard. I love cold soba noodles, so this doesn't feel like a diet recipe to me...just really yummy food. Try to eat this on the same day you make it, as cooked soba will be a bit mealy on day two, not very yummy. Note: I have never used the optional cilantro, so I have no comment on how this tastes with that added.

    Recipe #351435

    24 Reviews |  By Noo

    A delicious 'unfried' chicken recipe,that is so simple,and tastes so good that you won't believe that it's only 6 Ww points per serving.Also good for those watching their cholesterol levels! I usually use boneless chicken breasts,cut into fingers,to speed the cooking time up a bit,and make it more child friendly.

    Recipe #400513

    After reading all the variations of the infamous _fluff_ that WW folks love, I was puzzled by the *1* point count that seems to be a popular idea. All the recipes I found call for fat-free Cool Whip but that it is *not* sugar-free as well. By my calculations, the standard _fluff_ is actually 3-4 points per serving. My math – FF Cool whip = 375/cals per 8 ounce tub, SF pudding = 100/cals per small box and SF Jello = 40/cals per box. With 515/cals per recipe and most stating 4 servings, that's 128 cals/serving and using my handy-dandy WW calculator, I compute 3 points, not 1. So how to make it truly 1 point or close enough? Add something with fiber. Enter raspberries. Although it doesn't jive with Zaar data, if http://www.nutritiondata.com and http://www.calorieking.com are reliable, one cup raspberries = a mere 64/cals but packs a whopping 8g fiber. Again using my official calculator, the following recipe is exactly 1.25 points/serving. And it tastes wonderful!

    Recipe #262955

    This originally came from a Weight Watchers cookbook and I adapted it slightly for a chili cookoff at work. It ended up as a finalist and was voted "Most Memorable". I really enjoyed the flavor and it is very quick to put together, which is even better! 4 WW points for 1 cup serving.

    Recipe #118826

    Great Summer Salad, you can use all crab or you can use half shrimp and half crab.

    Recipe #10566

    For this recipe I use frozen chicken tenders or chicken breasts (yes, frozen) in my slow cooker. This is a good recipe to substitute beans, veggies, etc. and make it the way you want. This will make 10 "healthy" servings (thats 1/2 a chicken breast) so judge your servings on your families appitite.

    Recipe #319534

    Adapted from www.dwlz.com

    Recipe #390318

    Recipe #392875

    I tried this recipe for a work chili cook off. The women said I was the winner, but the men say it can't be considered chili! Whatever you call it, it is super delish and low in fat! Our local grocery store, Hy Vee, had this in their handout.

    Recipe #289134

    Makes 10 servings at 3 ww pts per wedge. This came from a Simple Goodness Magazine from 1997. This cornbread is wonderful.

    Recipe #332933

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