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.
My grandaughter (with help from her Daddy) gave me a wonderful cookbook for Christmas called "The Whole Foods Market Cookbook". This is the recipe that my DS recommend to try 1st. It was full of fat so I have made it lower in fat. The original recipe said it served 6 in a 9X9 inch pan. There is so much of this stuff I can't imagine it fitting in that size of pan. I used a 9X13 inch pan and it was full.This is my version of this tasty dish. Still high in calories but lower in fat. Made WW friendly-7 points
When I was doing Weight Watchers and the boys were home, I got really tired of fixing 3 sets of meals each night. When I came upon this recipe - I just didn't tell them this was WW and to this day they still don't know. When the boys come home now - this is one dish they will request. Super fast & easy to fix on work nights.
4 oz. = 4 WW points (without rice)
*Note - in response to some reviews that experience the sauce being too runny or thin...extend the reduction time (after removing lid). It may take another 5-10 minutes to thicken and have the consistency you desire.
Found this recipe written in my mother's old steno pad. She copied this down in the late 50's while visiting family on the farm in Kansas. I can't remember her making it, but I wish she had because it sure tastes great. Throw in a handful of sweetened-dried cranberries for color and texture.
This decadent dessert blends the best of both worlds; creamy peanut butter and rich milk chocolate.This needs at least 4 hours chilling or over night. The recipe comes from weight watchers and is 6 points per serving.
I got this recipe from the Hungry Girl website. I didn't see where anyone else had posted. I'm posting it as they have it written, but I've subbed green pepper for the red pepper and I usually add a small summer squash as well. The time includes 24 hours for the vegetables to marinate. You can eat them before the 24 hours, but they are much better if you wait. They are even better after two days. According the website, the nutritional value is:
1/5th recipe: 57 calories, 1g fat, 7mg sodium, 14g carbs, 1.5g fiber, 10g sugars, 1.5g protein = 1 Point.
The launch of Weight Watchers Core Program is quickly inspiring recipes that use neither sugar nor flour. These tasty cakes can be served at breakfast or to accompany an entree. I made them with Recipe #64718 and got raves.
This recipe was originally one of Martha Stewart's but I've adjusted it to make it more to my taste. This has become my DH's favorite vegetable recipe. In fact, we love it so much that the two of us usually pig out on the whole recipe.