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    We're Eating Healthy! OAMC

    The recipes contained in this cookbook are recipes that are either already healthy, or recipes that I can modify to suit the needs of my family. I am diabetic, hubby's cholesterol is a bit on the high side, and DD gets migraines from preservatives and nitrates. And let's face it.....who doesn't need to eat healthier???
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    Plan ahead the pork needs to marinade for a minimum of 8-24 hours, if you are using wooden skewers soak them in water for at least 30 minutes before threading the meat on and grilling. I like to thread on large cherry tomatoes also --- this great served with recipe #105726 :)

    Recipe #174938

    51 Reviews |  By Tish

    I was trying to think of ways to make my OAMC recipes for crock pot use...you know they sell those crock pot box recipes at the grocery now. This is one of the ones I found that work and is simple. There may still be some fiddling but it's pretty good as is. Hope you will give it a try.

    Recipe #103572

    This is from Bread Machine Magic. The best bun we ever had. When barbecuing, I usually divide the dough in half and make 4 burger buns and 6 hot dog buns.

    Recipe #169916

    These awesome scones are packed with fresh blueberries and hearty whole grain goodness! Great for breakfast, brunch, or afternoon tea. Serve warm with butter and honey, fruit jam, or just on their own! Original recipe is from Light and Tasty.

    Recipe #159485

    6 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Take your choice of ginger or cinnamon to flavor these tender, fruity wedges. A sprinkle of rolled oats decorates the tops and adds a little fiber.

    Recipe #209638

    This is in response to a request for homemade pastry. I am the world's worst baker, but my pastry came out right on my first attempt! (Prep time includes refrigeration time)

    Recipe #16541

    Traditional British pie, normally filled with steak and kidneys. I hate kidneys, so I omitted them.

    Recipe #17576

    5 Reviews |  By Leona

    I think this is the most excellent and healthy way to eat breakfast sausage. Low fat and better for you heart! I usually double or triple my recipe and freeze the patties for future meals or snacks! Very inexpensive to make. Did I mention they are so yummy!

    Recipe #56329

    77 Reviews |  By Mercy

    I used to live off of these when I was low carbing. They freeze really well. I also occasionally mixed in TVP (texturized vegetable protein) and flax for some extra fiber.

    Recipe #98774

    From FREEZE IT in "Everyday Food". An elegant recipe for supper from the freezer. Use 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts, if desired.

    Recipe #182463

    This is from one of my favorite Once a month cooking books. I hope that you enjoy this as much as we did.

    Recipe #103589

    crowd pleaser (even kid pleasing!), only 4 ingredients, easy to prepare and very tasty. these are usually gobbled up before I can get them to the table!

    Recipe #29255

    2 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Comfort food updated with fresh mushrooms and just a touch of wine.

    Recipe #60157

    Wish you could smell my kitchen right now, I'm dyin'! Made a huge pot of this for catering tomorrow. It's taking everything I've got not to just dive into the pot! This serves at least 10-12, but you can easily cut it in half, or freeze the leftovers for a rainy (or snowy!) day! I'm serving them this with my green beans w/bacon, onions and balsamic vinegar, homemade bread knots, and cherry pie a la mode! (I'll post my green bean recipe for you, too).

    Recipe #138239

    This recipe is from my favorite aunt. It's a big hit in her family, and great comfort food. And it's so easy that her bachelor sons can make it themselves. (of course, they'd rather have mom make it!!)

    Recipe #92878

    Better than take out. If you dont have a wok, you can use a large fry pan. Watch those cashews, or they can burn easily.

    Recipe #52006

    This is an adoptee. I have made it many many times and want to be able to help people out when they make it! One of the best I've ever had. Takes some time, but oh so worth it. Good eats ;-)

    Recipe #52488

    18 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a very simple recipe that produces stunning results. Szechuan cooking is usually pretty spicy, but this recipe is surprisingly mild. I like to jack it up a bit with some hot sauce, but my family doesn't like spicy food, so I do my own at the table.

    Recipe #57203

    17 Reviews |  By Bev

    Chimichangas any way you want them: right now or later, baked or fried. From BH&G

    Recipe #57027

    This is a recipe I developed from an idea that I found in a goofy 'Working Woman's Cookbook' that my Mom gave me after my first daughter was born in 1981. I found it to be a lifesaver because we were so low on cash and I could use cheap ingredients and leftover meat. I've changed the original recipe so much that I'm not going to even give it credit, as far as naming the book. I've used just about any type of meat in this that you can imagine. I even used leftover Christmas goose one year! Our favorites though are turkey and ham, but chicken is great in this as well. Do this by 'feel', you don't want it to be too 'eggy' or the patties will spread too much in the pan. The sauce is really easy to double as the ingredients are all in 'ones'....one cup of broth to one tablespoon of soy sauce to one tablespoon of cornstarch to one tablespoon of water. The original recipe called for lots of canned ingredients but I use fresh when I have the time and inclination. When I do use the fresh, I parboil the bean sprouts and saute the mushrooms a bit, but don't use any oil. I suggest doubling the sauce recipe and serving this with whatever type of rice you like. I've tried doing this in a non-stick skillet with spray on oil but it just doesn't work, the patties fall apart. This freezes really well and I'm adding my tips for that. My kids have been after me to post this recipe, they must think I'm going to die soon, or something.

    Recipe #107500

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