This is from a Weight Watchers ad. I love that it adds some veggies to a ham sandwich. The original recipe called for Weight Watchers spreadable cheese wedges but the recipe builder didn't know what that was, so I subbed cream cheese. I am sure it would be great, you could even use a flavored cream cheese.
I just found this on the Hillshire farm website and it sounds great. BBQ sauce, smoked sausage and cheese some of my favorites and I think you could make it pretty cheap if you made your own crust. They also suggest subbing out the mozzarella and parm with and equal amount of a colby jack mix and then sprinkling on some chopped fresh cilantro.
This is a vinegar slaw made with strawberries and dried cranberries. You will need to plan ahead as it takes 8 hours to let the flavors meld. I haven't made it yet but I am looking forward to taking it to the next potluck as it has no mayo and is different than other coleslaws. It is from a TOH Bonus Book.
This has chocolate chips and a grated chocolate bar. It makes a huge batch of cookies. You could make some now and save some batter for later by rolling it into a log, wrapping it well and freezing it.
I found this recipe in a TOH bonus book and it sounds great. I am always looking for ways to add extra fruit or veggies to or meals. It sounds like a nice cool summer meal that I can't wait to try in a pita or croissant. I think this would be a great appetizer on endive leaves.
This sounds great. We love chicken patties but I am afraid to know what is in them. I plan on making a few batches of these to freeze after the holidays are over. I got this from a TOH freezer meals book. Prep time is an estimate.
I was looking through broccoli salads to find one like the one that I always make. I couldn't find one. Mine has sliced black olives, walnuts, bacon and the dressing. We also like to blanch the broccoli it makes the broccoli a bit less crunchy but a beautiful green.