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    This is one of my favorite recipes from my Hungry Girl cookbook. A typical cinnamon roll has 600-800 calories, and these have only 126 calories per roll. Of course, if you are feeling naughty, you could also substitute the fat-free versions of ingredients with the real thing. Honestly though, these are still a decadent treat as they are.

    Recipe #422286

    This recipe is from my Hungry Girl cookbook, and it was co-developed with Weight Watchers. Only 27 calories per drink and absolutely delicious! I just take a Crystal-Lite lemonade packet and measure out 1/2 teaspoon each time. I also just add splenda from the bag, to taste, instead of buying the individual packets.

    Recipe #422178

    These are a little bit of effort but very worthwhile. Also, they are a good way to sneak some veggies into your diet. This was from one of those recipe cards they send in the mail, and it has become one of my favorite potato recipes!! It is very important that you rub the outside of the potatoes with oil before baking b/c it crisps the skins. This makes it easier to scoop out the middle without having the entire potato fall apart.

    Recipe #422176


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