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    Low fat and tasty. According to the information on the label- Miracle Whip Light has 1.5 grams fat per tbls and the turkey I use has 2 grams of fat for a total of 3.5 grams for the salad. The sweet and sour sauce I use has 30 cal per tbls for a total of 155 calories for the salad.

    Recipe #415850

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    Quick and tasty-- a good side for a weeknight. You can also add in some bacon or ham to the frying pan with the garlic and make it a main course.

    Recipe #396894

    6 Reviews |  By didyb

    A good kid pleaser-- and adults can add "toppings" as their taste buds desire.

    Recipe #388722

    We love Carbonara, but not all the fat that comes with it. Here is my version that is a little lighter. (compare to "regular" carbonara with 35 + grams of fat and 650mg + grams of sodium per serving). It's not the same as regular carbonara, but it won't kill you!

    Recipe #388720

    3 Reviews |  By didyb

    An easy and tasty dish that's quick to put together and cook-up. Adjust the Chachere's for personal desire for spice. Good for summer when a heavy sauce just won't do.

    Recipe #388118

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    There are many variations of this recipe on 'zaar. I'm posting this one so I can get the nutrition information for my version. I've decreased the honey and salt. It can be cooked however you like. I've done it on the grill, in the oven, in the slow cooker, and on top of the stove. What I like the most is that the whole family eats it. I mix it all together and put in a freezer bag. Defrosting before cooking gives better results (unless slow cooking- then can put it in still frozen)

    Recipe #370444

    A sweeter version than some others. My family gobbles these up-- which makes for a stress-free dinner!! I usually serve these as a side to soup on cooler winter nights.

    Recipe #349997

    This is our cut-out-cookie recipe--- obtained from my husband's mother after we got married. It doesn't make too much dough, but can easily be doubled. One of our early marriage decisions (20 yrs ago) was to decide who's mother's recipe to use. Jim won- so he gets to make them! We make icing paint out of powdered sugar, milk, and food coloring and the kids get to paint the cookies. (about 1 cup pwdr sugar to 2 tsp milk- add the milk no more than a tsp at a time)

    Recipe #345160

    A yummy addition to French Toast that makes a difference!

    Recipe #289837

    I was looking in the fridge for a lower calorie, lower sodium lunch and came up with this. I think it turned out exceptional. It is very important to use interesting salsa- I used Black Bean and Corn salsa from Target. It can, of course, be made in larger quantities for a family or a crowd. The nutrition info on this shows much higher sodium content than I actually had- it depends on the salsa and REQUIRES use of low sodium V-8.

    Recipe #206431

    From Sunset Magazine- I'm making this for Christmas this year. I'll update after I see how it goes. It sounds good- and we LOVE a good macaroni and cheese! I've changed it slightly based on family preference. UPDATE 12-25-06-- Well, it is VERY rich- definitely not a kid dish. But the adults all liked it.

    Recipe #201584

    I was drinking too much of the Amarula, so thought I better come up with a recipe to use it in. I'm still tweaking it, but here's a good start. Thanks to P.A. Cindy for the start of the recipe (P.A. Cindy Quick Fudge)

    Recipe #198481

    4 Reviews |  By didyb

    My husband makes this every other week with our leftover bananas. Good for loaf pan or muffin tin. He will often add maple or rum flavoring, if the mood strikes him. There are other entries on this site that are very close, but not exactly like this, and my handwritten recipe is falling apart.

    Recipe #178527

    13 Reviews |  By didyb

    I know it's too easy- just 2 ingredients. This is a cool- as spicy as you choose- easy to make- yummy to eat! Goes best with Frito's. At a party- this is the dip that everyone wants the recipe for.

    Recipe #176443

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    From the Old Bay site. I couldn't find it here, so am posting it to keep it safe--- yummy!

    Recipe #154587

    5 Reviews |  By didyb

    If you search "tuna salad" today (1-3-06) you get 226 choices. Why would I add another? Because it's good! And I've checked, and it's not already listed. It's from the RD Change One Diet site.

    Recipe #150217

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    A great recipe for the grill. Gives great "crispies" and a good creamy taste. I got it from the Hellmann's site, but I prefer Miracle Whip.

    Recipe #130961

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    The kids think it fun to smash all the little fish- and then they eat the nuggets!

    Recipe #123323

    3 Reviews |  By didyb

    A tangy, BBQ style meal- is listed as chicken breasts, but could just as well use pork chops, and can bake in oven or use the slow cooker.

    Recipe #121827

    1 Reviews |  By didyb

    Yummy sauce, good and cheesey, easy to make- what more could you ask for?

    Recipe #119524

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