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    2 Reviews |  By Chesska

    This is an amazing recipe, and super easy. I found it at nobelpig.com - check out the website for some other great recipes! Also, it's only 4 WW points per serving! :)

    Recipe #410513

    From the Hungry Girl 200 under 200 Cookbook. This is another breakfast recipe that is terrific with lots of flavor but few calories. This makes 1 serving so if wanting to serve to guests, you need to make one per person. I used a 6 inch long little baking dish and it worked out great. The book recommends a 5-6 inch wide round baking dish.

    Recipe #398333

    From the HG Cookbook 200 under 200. This cookbook has an amazing collection of recipes that are all under 200 calories. This is one that immediately caught my eye! Hope you enjoy it! From HG - entire scramble has 173 calories, 2.5g fat, 7.5g carbs & 3g sugars (this is if you choose to use the turkey pepperoni)

    Recipe #398310

    From Hungry Girl. I love her healthy twists on some of my naughty favorite foods! I haven't tried this one yet, but it sounds fabulous! UPDATE! We had these for dinner last night and they were AMAZING! It really is important to get the squash as dry as possible - otherwise you'll get mushy hashbrowns! :) Also, the squash cooks down quite a bit, so next time I'll double the recipe since we know we like it now! UPDATE #2: Here's how I prepared the shredded squash. If anyone has a better method, let me know! (This wasn't part of the original recipe from Hungry Girl.) I cut the uncooked squash into 4 large "chunks", and then removed the seeds and shell. I shredded the squash using the "big" side of a box grater. If the "chunks" were too large to manage, I cut them into smaller pieces. (Hope that helps!)

    Recipe #311900

    2 Reviews |  By ellie_

    If following the WW flex plan this is 4 points/serving -- which is very do-able as a breakfast dish,even if adding fruit to make it a complete breakfast.Recipe source: WW Magazine (March 2008)

    Recipe #298163

    This is a weight watchers recipe I've been using for years though I modify it slightly to acccomodate our tastes...sometimes substituting Mexican style egg beaters for the regular and also omitting mushrooms and adding more hot sauce. What I love about this is that the cups can be made ahead and frozen and simply reheated when needed. (remove foil cups first.) This is the original recipe which states it's a one point serving. Experiment with your own favorite cheeses and vegetables. Can also be served as an appetizer or snack.

    Recipe #295994

    I little variation on a traditional recipe for all the fellow Weight Watchers.

    Recipe #295517

    4 Reviews |  By Adria82

    My friend emailed this recipe to me as a quick, easy, no eggs/no milk dessert. It doesn't have to be for breakfast at all. The original recipe called for Cherry filling, but I prefer to use Blackberry filling. I changed the name to "Berry" because you could use any you wish. Enjoy!

    Recipe #293089

    Very quick, easy way to start your day, especially with the nutrients in this recipe. The blueberries and walnuts are real brain food, so give this a shot next time you don't have time to eat breakfast.( I know I've said it before, I hate measuring. You can ignore these measures and just eye out your own yummy creation, change the fruit, change the nuts, whatever goes!)

    Recipe #288841

    Hey guys! Well, after lots of searching I finally found a recipe for a LARGE, yummy, fluffy, high fiber, filling 1 pt pancake! Here is the recipe: Whole Wheat Apple-Cinna Pancakes This recipe was found at: http://www.healthdiscovery.net/forums/showthread.php?t=122138 It's a great recipe which really does produce fluffy delicious 1pt pancakes

    Recipe #283944

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Yummy low fat pancakes that are WW Points:4 points per serving (2 small pancakes). Increase recipe if you want more or bigger cakes.

    Recipe #277430

    Easy to make hashbrowns bake right in oven for an easy breakfast side.

    Recipe #265313

    I substituted a mango bread recipe to make it lower in calories.

    Recipe #254705

    I eat one of these almost everyday. They are an excellent source of fiber and only being 1 pt. what's not to love??? Especially if you are counting. Feel free to use whatever flavor of muffin mix from Krusteaz you choose, just making sure it's the Fatfree kind.

    Recipe #253891

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Egg whites with little fat from the cheese.

    Recipe #232611

    Less than 1 gram of fat in each muffin but you wouldn't even know they are low-fat, these are even better the next day, and are just as delicious without the berries, of coarse you can use full-fat sour cream or yogurt, flavored yogurts only add to the taste of these muffins, I like to sprinkle a sugar/cinnamon mixture on top of each muffin before baking but that is optional, see note on bottom for doubling the recipe. For greasing see recipe#78579 --- visit www.kittencalskitchen.com for more low fat recipes!

    Recipe #227257

    Given to me by WW leader. Good lowfat, low point desert. Sorry I don't remember how long this takes to bake. One serving is 3 points.

    Recipe #218051

    These muffins are a blessing for people restricted to low-fat foods, there is only about 1 gram of fat in each muffin, these muffins do not at all taste low-fat! This recipe will make 36 muffins, so just pop them into the freezer for a fat-free snack or for breakfast! If desired add in chopped nuts although that will add to the fat content, You can use egg beaters in place of eggs and white sugar in place of brown or use half of each.

    Recipe #211938

    A very yummy low point value treat for breakfast. So you can have more points for snacks through out the day!

    Recipe #209986

    6 Reviews |  By Redsie

    I found this recipe on the message board of Weight Watchers when I had just started WW a couple of years ago (I think it was posted by CrissyBear). I bake often but rarely do I use cake mixes - I made an exception for this recipe and boy was I glad I did! I have baked these often - for hostess gifts or Christmas gift baskets. Everybody loves the taste of white chocolate and cranberries! Can't wait to bake them again!

    Recipe #159505

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