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A reduced-fat version of a creamy Belgian-inspired dish for summer.
This microwave dish is best served with fresh crusty bread and a salad.
This recipe is relatively low in fat, but high in taste. Great summer dish, and could be done on the barbeque
I've adapted this recipe to be fat-reduced, so you can eat more!
A rich chocolate slice with pecans.
This is a tasty, summery salad, perfect to take to lunch.
A hearty dish.
A great summer recipe that's simple to prepare. Serve with a green salad for lunch or dinner.
This recipe came from my mother, but reminds me of Spanakopita, a dish I ate in Greece. It can be frozen for up to 1 month.
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