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    This is from Dr. Phil's The Ultimate Weight Solution Cookbook. According to the author, one serving has 190 calories, 17 g protein, 3 g carbohydrates, 12 g total fat, and .5 g fiber.

    Recipe #472703

    Recipe from 400 Calorie Fix. According to the author, each serving has 340 calories, 3 g total fat, 53 carbohydrates, 8 g dietary fiber, and 33 g protein. This recipe requires at least 1 hour of marinating time, which is included in prep time.

    Recipe #472697

    This recipe comes from 400 Calorie Fix. According to the book, each omelet has 380 calories, 10 g total fat, 46 g carbohydrates, 8 g fiber, 28 g protein when served with the 1 cup of blueberries and slice of whole wheat toast listed in the ingredients.

    Recipe #472694

    Recipe from 400 Calorie Fix cookbook. According to the authors, each serving provides 280 calories, 17 g of fat, 16 g carbohydrates, and 19 g protein when made with eggs. Using egg substitute cuts out 80 calories.

    Recipe #472691

    A spin off of my previous Better for You Egg Salad

    Recipe #471391

    This recipe is so easy and fast! Kid and mom approved. It's a snack or dessert I don't feel bad about giving my kids. I use my food processor, but I'm sure a blender would be great too. Hope your family enjoys it too.

    Recipe #460898

    This is an easy recipe for a weeknight. Low fat and kid approved!

    Recipe #411238

    This is the easiest recipe ever! It's so addictive too. Great for potlucks, buffets, etc. It literally takes minutes to make, but does need a couple hours to chill. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #401634

    You know that extra can of pumpkin pie filling you buy every fall 'cause it's on sale for a great price? The one that sits in your cabinet til next Thanksgiving, when you start the whole vicious cycle again? This is a great recipe to use it up! I save the rest of the pumpkin pie filling to use in this recipe again or to make muffins. This makes two very generous servings. I keep the other serving in the fridge, wrapped, and just reheat in the microwave.

    Recipe #389557

    This is soooo easy. And sooo good.

    Recipe #383049

    I'm a zucchini lover. There. I said it. When the garden starts producing, we will eat zucchini every night, unless someone protests. This is but one of the many yummy ways to enjoy this dish.

    Recipe #382943

    They say necessity is the mother of invention. I can go with that, since this recipe came about to appease my hubby's cravings for stuffed peppers and his deep, abiding love of red beans and rice. The man loves the red beans and rice, possible more than me. :) There are a lot of steps listed in the recipe, but it is really quick getting the peppers to the oven. Cooking time is for the longest range of bake time.

    Recipe #359894

    Great recipe to help the kids get involved in the kitchen! My kids are always wanting to stir the eggs when we make scrambled eggs, and half the eggs spill out of the dish from their enthusiastic "helping!" This method allows them to help, without making a mess. Once the eggs are shaken, they can be stored in the fridge for convenience as well. Shake the eggs up before work in the morning, and have breakfast for dinner! Or, you can shake your eggs up before bed, and have breakfast done in minutes.

    Recipe #359793

    This is kind of like the Smothered Chicken they used to have at Cracker Barrel, but SBD friendly. Hubby likes his with salsa on top. I like mine plain. Hope you like it too!

    Recipe #326379

    This is so simple and so good. There are lots of fancied-up versions of this out there, but this is how I make mine. The kids like it too. I know, kids shouldn't have coffee....but if I want any peace, they get theirs too! The coffee amount depends on the size of your mug. I also brew my coffee kind of strong, but use your normal coffee. The cook time is time to brew your coffee. Enjoy!

    Recipe #263366

    So easy, so good. My newest summertime addiction. My SIL Jeni actually gave me the idea for this, so I want to make sure she gets credit! I'm sure this isn't a completely original recipe though, lol. I can usually only wait about 1/2 hour for the salad to meld together, but it has lasted a whole 24 hours in the fridge before I devoured the leftovers!

    Recipe #246859

    These are so good. They use the new Ziploc Zip N Steam bags. I used the large size. So simple and so good. And idiot-proof, because I used the bag upside down, and they were fine. I would think you could make these in a regular steamer, but I don't have one, so I don't know how!! Give these a try, I think you'll be as thrilled as I was!

    Recipe #237131

    I found this on the back of the box of ice cream cones from Aldi's. It's figured into the menu for next month, so I thought I would post it. It looks like it would be very kid friendly, and a good way to get some fruit in them! The recipe calls for fresh fruit, but I bet frozen would be fine.

    Recipe #229607

    This is my sister-in-law's recipe. My kids and I loved it, so I'm posting it for your family to enjoy too.

    Recipe #225658

    I use this all the time! It's great for breadsticks, pizza and even spaghetti! I use the green can stuff, but you can use the other stuff too, I'm sure. So easy and so good!

    Recipe #223846

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