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    I collected a lot of whole foods recipes some years ago. This is one that my kids like. It is moist and has lots of vitamins.

    Recipe #89931

    This is a very garlicky salad. A nice fast dinner. A slight adaptation from a recipe in "Weight Watchers Miracle Foods" cookbook. Each serving is 3 points as written. Though I suggest a tad more sauce, which would make the points go up a smidge. Red onion is preferred because of the milder taste. If you like the taste of raw onion, then yellow is fine too. The original recipe called for serving it immediately. I like to let it sit a few minutes so the tastes will meld, but it would not keep for more then an hour or 2. If you don't have baby greens, spinach would be excellent.

    Recipe #88236

    5 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I created this to use what I had on hand. My husband loved it and thought the reheated leftovers were just as good as the first night. You can serve this over rice, with tortillas, or with taco chips.

    Recipe #83849

    3 Reviews |  By ladypit

    I made this pie, which I found on the back of the package for a Nilla Wafer Crust, for the guys at my husband's work. My husband talked about how good it was for days!

    Recipe #83848

    This is from a column written by the American Institute for Cancer Research published in the Daily Oklahoman. It sounds like a great use for frozen blueberries, and a way to get all of those healthy anti-oxidants!

    Recipe #83746

    Have you ever had one of those nights when you realize you need bread to dunk into dinner, but you don't have time to let anything rise and biscuits just won't do? This is great. In less time then it takes my oven to preheat this is ready to go in the oven. The original recipe, from Sarah Schlesinger's 500 Fat Free Recipes, called for 2 cups whole wheat & 1 cup white. I happened to be running out of whole wheat and just subbed with what I had. Feel free to use more whole wheat, though. And I never have fat free buttermilk; I always use skim and lemon juice and it is just fine! This is a little dense but great to dunk into soups and stews.

    Recipe #83433

    These baked onion rings are incredible! There is no way that you feel like you are eating healthy and low fat when you eat these. This is a slight adaptation of a Yahoo Health recipe. I dip mine in ketchup but my husband is a purist who prefers his plain. And while the prep time can be a little long, make it a social time. I talk to everyone in the house while I make these, and then sit back and enjoy how great they smell as they cook!

    Recipe #82297

    2 Reviews |  By ladypit

    We love this at my house! It is adapted from "Crazy Plates" and is how we use up leftover cooked pork.

    Recipe #82293

    This is a slight adaption of a recipe from Amy Dacyczyn's "The Complete Tightwad Gazette." We lived on this bread when my son was little as we could not afford to buy regular sliced bread. We often make 12 rolls instead of the 2 loaves. This is wonderful bread!

    Recipe #81296

    This is a super fast pizza crust I fall back on when there is absolutely no time. It makes a thick doughy crust. I top it with a jar of spaghetti sauce, shredded mozzarella, and veggies for a quick and reasonably healthy meal the kids will eat! Modified from "500 Fat Free Recipes"

    Recipe #80617

    9 Reviews |  By ladypit

    We eat these everytime we go to my husband's grandparents' house. They are a really nice side dish, especially in the summer. They go with anything! (Well, not chocolate, but many savory dishes!)

    Recipe #79292

    4 Reviews |  By ladypit

    My mother's neighbor used to make this for special events. It is incredibly tasty and very easy. It looks pretty sprinkled with a little powdered sugar! This needs to sit overnight and cook time does not reflect this.

    Recipe #79289

    In going through my recipe box I found this one, done in my husband's handwriting. They sound like a good alternative lower fat dessert. There is no serving size given so serving size is approximate. Cook time is set time.

    Recipe #79291

    7 Reviews |  By ladypit

    Posted in response to a request for low-fat macaroni and cheese. This is from "Cooking Healthy With a Man in Mind" by Joanna Lund. According to the cookbook it is 4 WW points a 1 cup serving.

    Recipe #78590

    I found these online many years ago. I think they are called martian cookies because of the green zucchini flecks. My husband loves them and has asked for them repeatedly, but I had lost the recipe. I haven't made them in awhile and therefore the serving size is approximate.

    Recipe #78009

    My husband loves this one so much he asked a neighbor for it! We eat it at Thanksgiving. Although the original recipe calls it a casserole, it tastes more like a crisp to me. It's very sweet and desserty.

    Recipe #78006

    This is a really fast and tasty "home cooking" sort of dinner. I top it with my Recipe #73236 but you could use any kind of drop biscuit. You could also use a can of refrigerated biscuits if you'd like. In that case I would cut each one in 4 pieces and then sprinkle them on the top. This recipe is adapted from one in JoAnna Lund's "Cooking Healthy With a Man In Mind."

    Recipe #77745

    1 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This is a "Cooking Light" recipe that uses spelt (also called farro). While I haven't tried this one yet, I'm currently on a search for good recipes that use old grains and this one sounds good!

    Recipe #76790

    This is a "Cooking Light" recipe that uses spelt (also called farro in some places). I've been looking for recipes using old grains and this one sounds really good!

    Recipe #76785

    8 Reviews |  By ladypit

    The original recipe comes from Leanne Ely's "Healthy Foods" and had a different name. We've always called them "the everything cookie" at my house because there are so many things in this cookie! The recipe is forgiving, too. If I don't have pumpkin I use pureed prunes or another banana. You can use any kind of nuts or seeds (or a combination). You can use all whole wheat flour if that is all you have. These have some very good things in them and are a tasty treat. Cook time is approximate because, with as many cookies as this makes, you can't usually cook them in just one batch.

    Recipe #76567

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