This recipe was in a Weight Watcher's meeting booklet. It was a fruit salad recipe, but the key ingredient was this syrup. Really, you could make up any fruit salad combination and toss this in. It really brightens up the flavor of the fruit. A 1/2 cup serving of fruit salad with this syrup is 2 WW points.
Use this dressing to cut down on all that fat that usual dressings add to a healthy salad. I also opt for the lower fat salami so I can splurge on a little mozzarella. The fat I have for this recipe is 8 grams. Recipezaar does not have reduced-fat salami in the ingredients so their nutrition is basing it on regular salami - yikes!
I love a good ham steak. It's the easy way to have some ham without baking a huge traditional ham. In the meat section of the market, you can buy these nice thick ham steaks and have a quick dinner that evening. This glaze is awesome and perfect for ham!
A yummy topping of BL to put on a T. Bacon and lettuce combined with some cheese and breadcrumbs make a plum tomato a yummy side dish! A recipe I found in Better Homes & Gardens. Magazine says this is 98 calories per serving with 8 grams of fat. You could reduce that by using turkey bacon and low fat mayo.
I got this recipe from my local grocery store in the produce department. It calls for fresh peas (from the shell), but it also works with frozen peas. Just be sure you have them nice and dry after thawing. "Cooking Time" reflects time to chill in the fridge.
A hearty comfort-food dinner with a little zing. If you like more heat in yours, use pepper-jack cheese instead of regular monterey jack cheese. Cuts into nice square servings. Serve with a green salad and dinner's complete!