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    This is a great football game crock pot dip I created that my husband loves (AND it's healthier than most cheese dips)! I wanted to make something creamy that didn't use processed Velveeta. **Note: Since Recipezaar wasn't able to calculate the cheese into the nutritional data, here is my approximation for the nutrition facts based on Sargento's Reduced Fat 4-Cheese Mexican blend: Add and EXTRA 40 calories, 3g total fat, and 3.5g protein per serving of dip. Hope that helps! :-)

    Recipe #402692

    Recipe #396030

    I got this recipe from my mother-in-law, Donna, who created it for my father-in-law. He eats a wrap every day for lunch and now my husband and I do too! There are tons of veggies and loads of flavor packed into every wrap, AND all of the vegetables remain raw so the full nutritional value is sustained! The vegetable filling for these veggie wraps does take a lot of time to prepare (especially if you have a small food processor, like me), but you'll have enough mixture for weeks of lunches! I make the vegetable filling all at one time and store it in several containers in the freezer until I need them. I keep one container in the fridge for everyday use, and assemble a new wrap each morning. They are healthy and delicious! People are always amazed when I tell them just how MANY vegetables are inside of that wrap. Thanks Donna!!! =) (Note: You do not need to buy the full amount of the ingredients in Step #3 all at one time. I just buy one small container of everything and replenish as I need to. I wrote the amounts that way so that the nutritional value of the entire wrap could be calculated correctly.)

    Recipe #391056


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