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    Easy, quick to prepare and delicious. Given to me by the hostess.

    Recipe #430477

    Revamped another members recipe ( #342154 ) to suit my ingredients. Thanks for the inspiration brokenburner.

    Recipe #347922

    A very healthy, thick and creamy smoothie. Using fat free ingredients this is a low calorie smoothie. I use an orange powder mix from FRS,, but you could use any powder breakfast drink mix you like.

    Recipe #341740

    A nice replacement for tartar sauce. Can be used for a dip with fish, fresh vegetables or thinned with a little milk to make a salad dressing. This is the way I like it, you may have to adjust seasonings to suit your own taste. This tastes SO MUCH better if allowed to sit in the refrigerator overnight.

    Recipe #341699

    A delicious healthy crisp made from adjusting several pie and crisp recipes to suite my taste. I'm posting so I won't loose it. If you're not counting calories this is great with a scoop of ice cream. The ten-grain cereal along with the oats in the topping gives a nice crumbly taste and texture to the topping.

    Recipe #341146

    Fresh, delicious produce — what could be more healthy or satisfying? Here is a flavorful medley of baked vegetables. Be good to yourself and enjoy! Found this on the Sonoma Diet website and posting here for safe keeping. I have not tried this yet but I love roasted veggies and I know this would be good. I will reduce the amount of oil when I fix this dish to save on calories by at least half but I'm posting as written. Feel free to use your favorite herbs (did anybody mention garlic?). : )

    Recipe #290017

    A wonderfully easy way to make yogurt at home for half the cost and (I think) better flavor. A nice thick custard like texture. Plain yogurt you can dress up to suit your own taste or cooking needs. The only "cooking time" is the time it takes to boil the milk but it will have to sit in a warm place for 5 to 8 hours to let the yogurt form. I found this on line at Fias Co Farm/Dairy and made it immediately. Hope you like it as much as I do. I use low fat ingredients but if you're not counting calories go for full fat.

    Recipe #288785

    A different substitute for buttermilk and an easy one to make for quick needs. Found this on the net, don't remember where. Creamier than the milk and vinegar method.

    Recipe #288565

    Re-vamped from other fagioli recipes to suit my dietary needs.

    Recipe #283148

    This is a combination (with additions of my own preference) of several recipes. I've been trying to eat healthier and so have been cutting back on beef and pork. This is a guideline so feel free to add to or leave out any ingredient you don't like. It's pretty hard to mess up chili! This is a fairly thick chili, feel free to add more broth, water or tomato juice to get the consistency you like. Also, depending on the taco seasoning you use, extra salt may be unnecessary.

    Recipe #281794

    This is an inspiration from Sugarpea and her recipe: Bowtie Pasta with Broccoli and Broccoli sauce. If you're trying to loose weight, are on a low carb diet or just trying to eat healthier check out House Foods Shirataki noodles. What a great alternative to pasta. It's quick to fix, so good for you and tastes GREAT! UPDATE: I made a couple of modifications to this recipe to make a LOT less fat and more healthy thanks to my reviewer.

    Recipe #184217

    I had something similar at Applebys. They served theirs with chicken and chips, which I omitted for lunch. I thought it was delicious. Posting here so I won't forget.

    Recipe #183179

    Low Carb "Doughnut" Muffins from Laura Dolson, your Guide to Low Carb Diets. These muffins are meant to taste like doughnuts. I found this recipe on a low carb site.

    Recipe #152081

    A great vegetarian recipe from Dr. Andrew Weil. Tasty and good for you too. This could also be used as a filling with lettuce and veggies for a pita sandwich. Dr. Weil does not have it listed in his recipe but I like a dash or two of hot sauce and some red pepper flakes added to my dip.

    Recipe #142596

    A wonderful Greek inspired salad. Makes a great lunch meal, very filling and healthy too. Found this at a vegan web site and changed to my tastes.

    Recipe #142335

    These bite-sized morsels with a fresh crabmeat filling are easy to make and easy to eat. From the American Diabetes Association web page. I sometimes use these on a bed of torn greens for a quick lunch meal.

    Recipe #142245

    This is an excellent vegetable stock - freeze what you don't use for next time. Another great recipe from Dr. Andrew Weil news letter.

    Recipe #141857

    Found this recipe at Kraft Foods and didn't want to loose it, so I'm posting here for safe keeping and hope you all like it too. It's a quick week night meal and very tasty.

    Recipe #140191

    A very tasty, healthy alternative to "real" rice pudding recipe.

    Recipe #139479

    Only 3 main ingredients, the rest are seasonings. Found this recipe on, and I thought it was easy and pretty tasty so I would share. I also tweeked a bit. This is an excellent recipe for Phase 1, or for that matter for anyone needing a quick dish.

    Recipe #110114

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