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    This recipe is based on one from a Dr. Oz December 2011 episode where he gave away many Vitamix blenders that cost about $500 each. Fortunately, the directions say you can make this in a blender, which I will have to do while I save up my money. I only use 1 tablespoon of chili powder as 2 tablespoons is too much heat for my tastes. Tip: if you like this and make a lot of it, I saw on another of his shows that it’s much cheaper to soak dry chickpeas than to use canned chick peas, also known as garbanzo beans.

    Recipe #470481

    These scallops are simple and amazing. The key to amazing scallops is choosing the best quality scallops for this recipe. I recommend getting block frozen scallops or previously block frozen from your butcher or fish monger. These scallops will have the best texture and taste and are not plumped up with additional water like IQF (individually quick frozen) scallops.

    Recipe #421867

    Sure, this isn't your typical minestrone soup recipe. However, it does taste the same and it's healthier.

    Recipe #407952

    Don't feel guilty about eating this Flat Belly Diet angel hair pasta dish -- it's healthy and delicious!TIME: 19 MINUTES SERVINGS: 4 From Prevention. Posted for safe keeping

    Recipe #386562

    This is one of those recipes that is so quick and easy that I have been using it for years now without needing to take another look at it. So I can't figure out where I originally got the idea. Delicious and easy to adjust to your tastes!

    Recipe #350089

    7 Reviews |  By Zurie

    A very simple, tasty, CRUSTLESS tart to throw together in minutes! This, to me, is so typical of the wonderfully casual way in which Mediterranean French dishes are made, quickly, fresh, and no-nonsense. I used a pillow pack of pre-washed baby spinach. If you need to wash it, dry in a salad spinner or dry well with paper towels, or you might have too much liquid. This is the very simplest of rustic dishes, requiring not much in the way of seasoning. Add garlic if you wish. Do not add salt if using a salty feta! Very nice with any meat main dish. DO NOT use swiss chard for this recipe: I've tried it, and swiss chard dries out on top, while real spinach does not. Please see other suggestions in the directions!

    Recipe #350071

    2 Reviews |  By harbqll

    A tasty carrot salad for those on a diet. For those on Weight Watchers: 2 points per cup. Note that 2 grams of Slenda equals 2 packets, but Recipezaar says "2 packets" in an invalid measure.

    Recipe #308510

    23 Reviews |  By Sage

    Lovely instant healthy dessert for a cold treat. I found this in my first Food Processor Cookbook.

    Recipe #307406

    7 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    A serving would be considered two brownie's. So then you'd have two points.:-) Not real big, so that's why you need two!!!

    Recipe #301366

    If you like crispy, battered zucchini, this is the lowfat alternative for you!! I could not believe it, but they came out crispy!! The egg whites are the secret. The recipe below is straight off the WW website. The flour definitely needs MORE seasoning though - garlic? Cayenne? Salt after they're out of the oven? I will be perfecting this for our family's tastes, but these zukes are going into our regular rotation!! Like I said, if you are looking for a lowfat batter alternative that's is NOT like the "corn flake baked" variety....this is for you!

    Recipe #296715

    I created this after years of trial and error. It is healthy and tastes great too! I like to add 1 tablesppon chopped pickled jalapeño peppers for an added zest! I have kids now so I will leave that out! I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #294886

    Back in 1993 my DM and I became lifetime members of WW. She revised the 0 point soup recipe. She won 1st place with it at her Office "Soup Cookoff" one year. I just dug it out because now I need it again. Zaar is not kind to your waist line. I also have revised her revision. It called for a can of Cajun stewed tomatoes which I can no longer locate. I now use 1 tsp Cajun spice but food.com won't accept it. Also changed a few other items to my liking.

    Recipe #278655

    4 Reviews |  By Redsie

    Another great Weight Watchers recipe!

    Recipe #277783

    With these treats in the freezer, you're never without dessert. Cooking time does not include freezing time.

    Recipe #273041

    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

    These are a wonderful alternative to nuts. Snack on them, or use them to top salads. You can easily double this recipe, store them in zip-top bags or airtight containers. You can also experiment with various spices or seasoning mixes in addition to the garlic powder.

    Recipe #261828

    This is from a very old Weight Watchers pamphlet for Week One of the diet. I love this milk shake. It's surprisingly thick and tasty.

    Recipe #254025

    This is from Cook's Illustrated (America's Test Kitchen) The Best Light Recipe. It's shockingly good. The sauce is also fantastic on fish tacos. EDIT: THIS RECIPE IS AN APPETIZER. It will not magically turn 2lbs of chicken into a full meal for 10 people. You may serve it as a main course, but please adjust your expectations or multiply the measurements. You will need thirty 6- or 8-inch bamboo (or wooden) skewers for this recipe. The cooking time will depend on the strength and type of your broiler. Under-the-oven drawer-style broilers tend to take a few minutes longer than in-oven-style broilers. A small clove of minced garlic (about 1/2 teaspoon) can be substituted for the garlic powder in the sauce, if desired.

    Recipe #241322

    This is a Weight Watchers recipe that is so good you won't even know the calories are missing. Awesome!

    Recipe #240580

    CAUTION: Highly Addictive! (and no calories if you use diet 7-UP)

    Recipe #220229

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