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    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    A hungry girl recipe that sounds like a fabulous salad dressing! And each 2 tbsp. serving is 0 WW points!

    Recipe #247018

    This recipe was on the back of a bag of flour I bought. Looks interesting and different from the other olive breads here. The flour is a white/wheat mix. I'd probably use whole wheat pastry flour in this (if I didn't have the mixed type) or all purpose would work.

    Recipe #207486

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    A low fat yummy smoothie. If you're not watching your weight you may wish to up the chocolate sauce to 2 tbsp. The amount listed lends a light chocolate flavor.

    Recipe #207309

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This is posted in response to a request for a vegetarian loaf that cooks in the crock pot. It is from "125 Best Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes" by Judith Finlayson.

    Recipe #205718

    This is being posted in response to a request. It is from "125 best Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes" by Judith Finlayson. Time to make does not take into account cooking the potatoes.

    Recipe #205709

    These are heavily adapted from a recipe in "The Garden of Vegan." Obviously, you need to use vegan soy eggnog to make these vegan. You could certainly use regular eggnog, they just wouldn't be vegan. The original recipe said to use whatever flour you wanted. I was trying to use up what I had. Whole wheat would work just fine here. These aer not intensely eggnog flavored, just have a nice undertone.

    Recipe #202593

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This is one I'm considering for the holidays. It is originally from "125 Best Vegetarian Crock pot Recipes). The original says this is best in a 3 1/2 quart crock pot because that allows the pears to be submerged. This is served cold so it needs time to chill. Depending on the size of your pears you might need more wine.

    Recipe #199238

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    Based on Recipe Nut's Recipe #19491 I am posting the healthier changes I made to try and make it more lunchbox friendly. This is what I used because of what I had. I'd like to try with splenda and egg whites. I have very small old muffin tins, you may not get as many muffins as I did.

    Recipe #199237

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This is one I have been looking at for a long time. I haven't tried it yet but wanted to post it here for safe keeping and to allow others to try. From "125 Best Vegetarian Slow Cooker Recipes." I'd probably leave out the celery as I'm not a fan. The time to make does not include overnight soaking. Also, feel free to use a different soaking method, just make sure the beans are soaked and ready to go when you put this in the crockpot.

    Recipe #199236

    2 Reviews |  By ladypit

    While looking for craft recipes for my kids I found this on a website for children who have nerve injuries to their arms and hands. They had a lot of wonderful recipes for things kids could do to move their hands. Here is the one I most want to try.

    Recipe #199224

    3 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I was craving something cold and yummy and this is what I came up with. Lovely.

    Recipe #189979

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I've been trying to find quick and easy and relatively healthy lunchbox treats for my first grader. Originally this was a blueberry scone recipe from hungry girl. I've made a bunch of modifications to T's taste and these are good.

    Recipe #187729

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I saw this recipe in a weight loss magazine this morning and knew I needed to try it. Really wonderful dinner! I made a few slight adaptations based on what I had and my husband and I wanted to lick the platter clean! For those of you on Weight Watchers this is 4 points a serving and is Core. My husband said that next time he'd like even more cilantro, but he is sort of intense about his like for that herb and I thought a bit more garlic might even make it better. I'm posting it like I made it. The original recipe called for 1 pound pork tenderloin, trimmed and cut crosswise on a slight diagonal into 16 slices. I had a bag of frozen pork that I had already trimmed so I used that. The nutritional analysis here on zaar is reflecting simply "Pork" I think. The WW nutritional info is 185 calories, 7 g fat (2 g sat no trans), 1 g fiber.

    Recipe #186846

    3 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I had a cheeseburger salad at a restaurant. Really tasty, but I didn't want to know what it was doing to my arteries! So I re-did it for myself at home. This is super easy and fast. Good for a quick lunch. I love lots of ketchup, but if you don't, reduce that amount. I use a 1 point veggie burger, and 2% cheese to make this a 2 point lunch on Weight Watchers. If you're doing CORE, it would work with fat free cheese and a core veggie burger. I like this because it's fast and easy and satisfying. You could, of course, add lots of other veggies to your salad.

    Recipe #186703

    2 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I wanted a quick and easy lunch box snack last week and my internet connection was down! Oh the humanity! What would I do witout zaar? Look in my cookbooks I guess :) This is modified from one in the "More With Less" cookbook. I used 5 medium egg whites because I have a lot of medium eggs. If you are using larger eggs, use 4 egg whites. Or you could use 2 whole eggs.

    Recipe #184293

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    We went peach picking and got a ton. Here is a recipe I tried, with a little tweaking, from fatfree.com. This has a little bite, but we really enjoyed it. You could top it with pound cake croutons for a really decadent treat! You want to come up with 4 cups of diced peaches. The original recipe called for 12 peaches, but I found that to be way too many for 4 cups. Use the size of your peaches as your guide. Cook time is chill time. I added the splenda because I did not feel it was sweet enough. Feel free to adjust that to your taste.

    Recipe #175751

    5 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I've been on a watermelon kick lately and I've tried it lots of different ways. This is one of my favorites.

    Recipe #175672

    7 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I found this recipe on the container of hummus I purchased. Modified it a tad and made it for lunch for dh and I, and we loved it. Super easy and healthy.

    Recipe #175670

    4 Reviews |  By ladypit

    My dietary habits have been lacking as of late, so I'm trying to improve. This smoothie was created this morning with what I had on hand and I loved it. Now, my husband is not much of a fan of bubbly water and he only thought it was so-so. I love the stuff and loved this! I used melon that had been cut into large pieces. If yours are finely chopped I'd use a little less.

    Recipe #174924

    5 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I saw this recipe in a current (July/August 2006) weight loss magazine and knew it was one I had to try! It's on my schedule for this summer; as soon as I can find tomatillos in Little Rock. (I know they are here! I'm just not sure where to look!) It looks like the ideal thing to accompany grilled meats this summer. This has a WW points value of 0 and is a core food. Cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #174671

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