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    Weight Watchers Friendly

    Either these recipes give you the point value, or they are easy to make low fat or fat free, by substituting cooking oil spray or fat free half&half... It's amazing how so many recipes can be "skinnied" by using the fat free version of foods. Even more amazing how delicious they are!
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    I got this recipe from my Mom and subsequently lost it. Just found it again yesterday so now it's getting posted for safekeeping. It's really good and only 5 points on the weight watcher's plan.

    Recipe #254289

    This recipe has taken the frying and fuss out of crab cakes by shaping and baking them in muffin tins. For the best taste, look for pasteurized crabmeat in the refrigerator case at your market's fish counter, a better choice than canned varieties. Make it a meal: try these crabcakes with some tangy tarter sauce and coleslaw. Note:To make bread crumbs tear crust from bread then tear into pieces & process in a food processer into coarse crumbs, one slice makes about 1/3 cup crumbs. The recipe is courtesy Eatingwell.com.

    Recipe #143794

    This is a recipe I make over and over--it's simple, fast, healthy, inexpensive and good for any season/occasion. I love creamy pesto sauces over pasta, but ya know those sauces ain't so healthy: high in fat, sodium, or both. Even those little packets of creamy pesto sauce in the "gravy" aisle aren't good for you. This sauce is better for you and even faster to make than one of those packets! You can adjust to taste or what you have on hand: I've used fat-free yoghurt, low fat yoghurt and (my favourite) homemade yoghurt--you can buy fresh at an Indian grocer. The recipe makes about a cup, which you can mix with cooked chicken or sauteed mushrooms (or both, like I do!) or steamed clams or steamed veggies and pour over enough cooked pasta for 2-4 people. I'll post other recipes with some of my favourite uses, but be creative!

    Recipe #105383

    Healthy burgers with a gingery twist! Serve with any fixings you love, sauteed mushrooms and a slice of cheese to melt on the hot burger are TDF. These are all-season friendly: fire up the grill when the season's fine or get the broiler smoking hot when it's too gloomy outside.

    Recipe #276794

    The Beau and I have different work schedules, so I'm frequently cooking for one during the week. This is super fast, effortless, and healthy. It's easily doubled for a night when I'm cooking for the both of us. I always have the ingredients on hand and the creamy texture makes me think I'm getting away with an indulgence. The chicken can be omitted for a vegetarian meal.

    Recipe #105891

    I thought it sounded weird but they're actually really good. A little chewy but with sugar free maple syrup it's a high fiber/high protein breakfast.

    Recipe #89493

    We have made this with different kinds of fish cod, sole, catfish, orange roughy and flounder. Points...4.

    Recipe #67954

    This is a very tasty version of General Tso's chicken. If you are following Weight Watchers Core, the cornstarch is less than a half point per serving. On Flex, this is about 6 points per serving.

    Recipe #261827

    This isn't creamy, but it hits the spot and has 0 points for WW. Add some reduced fat sour cream to make it creamy, or garnish with some red. fat feta if you like, for just a point more.

    Recipe #251607

    3 Reviews |  By JESMom

    These are simply the best, and they are not too spicy either, even for the little guys. It sounds complicated, but it's really simple. The recipe is from WW, and it's 6 points

    Recipe #253918

    This is an outstanding dish. I always add some shrimp and mushrooms to the dish. I know the shimp adds more points but it is so worth it. Without the shrimp and mushrooms you get 7 points per serving. Serving size is 1 cup. Serve piping hot while it's creamiest. Happy eating.

    Recipe #250065

    From the Weightwatchers Complete Cookbook. Great with roast beef.

    Recipe #205606

    This is Andrew Zimmer's recipe. He recommends roasting the eggplant on a gas grill--you can also do it on a gas stovetop or over charcoal that isn't too hot. This is enough for 4 to 6 generous salad servings or, as a topping for crostini, enough for a whole baguette, sliced relatively thin and lightly grilled.

    Recipe #138716

    We eat a lot of chicken and this recipe ranks right up there with the best of them!

    Recipe #184046

    This is a tasty, low fat recipe from weight watchers which needs no accompaniment. Chilled bananas are a lovely counter to the spiciness(7 points)

    Recipe #27167

    This is a yummy easy recipe. 1 breast is 4 pts. I often used the flash frozen breasts for this. I use 4 4oz breasts.

    Recipe #155442

    I created this recipe in an attempt to make a hummus that my husband would like. He doesn't like the texture of chickpeas. The Great Northern beans really make this creamy without the addition of things like additional fat, yogurt, or tofu - all things I've tried and didn't care for. Since the white beans are mild in flavor, the garbanzo bean flavor still comes through just fine. Feel free to adjust the seasonings to get it the way you like it best. I do not add salt when using canned beans, but I probably would add a little bit of sea salt if I were using beans cooked from dry.

    Recipe #115902

    I got this recipe from a hungry girl mailing.She said "Woohoo -- it's yet another fake-fried swap from your pal HG. Skeptics surrender; buy a box of Fiber One and blend it up, already! Then fool the family, dupe your date, and more importantly, trick your OWN taste buds!" check her out at: www.hungry-girl.com

    Recipe #224941

    I researched gnocchi recipes and came up with this one to cut down the fat and boost the fiber. WW Friendly!

    Recipe #262924

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