This calorie-trimmed favorite saves 200 calories per serving. For the creamiest results, be sure to use red potatoes. White potatoes have a drier texture and tend to sock up the sauce during baking. For the cheesiest flavor use reduced-fat Sharp Cheddar Cheese. 114 Calories a Serving! Adapted from the New Dieter’s Cookbook from Better Homes and Gardens.
Received this from a meeting. Very tasty! They point value we were told from our meeting leader was 4/serving. Some of the reviews people have recalculated it saying 8. To be safe, I would refigure it so your comfortable knowing the points.
Pasta salads can have a variety of textures and tastes. The flavours of Thailand are showcased in this tangy dressing. Crisp vegetables and tender linguine pasta fill the pasta bowl to enhance any potluck or picnic.
From Emily Richardson at Food and Drink
Once Fall turns to Winter, I love curling up with a hot bowl of soup and a good book with the snow falling outside. This soup is a twist on the traditional chicken noodle but simple & easy. If you plan on stretching this beyond one meal, add the lime juice to your bowl rather than in the entire pot. Edited to add: I made this over the holidays and for spice, used a can of diced tomatoes with Southwest seasoning and a can of Rotel with cilantro and lime. Very spicy!
I was inspired by the recipe on the back of the Mullers box. I came up with this low-fat version of the original, but don't tell DH it is low fat, he'll never know otherwise. The secret ingredient is cornstarch this keeps the wateriness (is that a word) out of the fat free cheese.
My sister gave me this recipe. I believe she got it from a WW leader. Her note to me was that she substituted Splenda for the sugar and increased it to 1 cup. She didn't feel the 1/3 cup was sweet enough. For the apples she recommended Jonagold or any other baking apple. Her note also indicated 1 pt. per serving.
I had a large amount of green apples to use but was looking for something without sugar or flour or butter. Tall order! This worked out pretty nicely. This is not decadent and will not convert anyone who usually only eats high fat sweets. But if you like fruit desserts that aren't too sweet, this is nice. It is sort of like baked apples without raisins and butter. I like it warm for breakfast with a dollop of fat free cool-whip, and my 3 year old devoured hers!