A friend at WW gave me the recipe. It was a huge hit with my family. My teenage daughter even said it might be her favorite shrimp dish I've ever made. The original recipe calls for a green bell pepper but we prefer red ones. I skipped the cilantro as we aren't fans of it. However, make sure you serve the extra lime wedges with it. They really add to the over all flavor. I also used cooked frozen shrimp. I just thawed them and mixed them in with the curry and lime juice.
A tasty twist on a traditional treat. A friend passed on the recipe she had found online. I tweaked it to fit what I had in the pantry. The original recipe called for chopped Heath bars instead of the toffee bits and mini chocolate chips.
I was craving a cookie with my afternoon coffee but their were none to be found. Found this pin from a blog called No. 2 Pencil and gave it a whirl. The results were a very cakey cookie but the flavor was great and it satisfied the craving!
Originally from All You Magazine, but I tweaked it a little for my family. For the dough, I used Recipe #1005 with part whole wheat flour. Or use any recipe that makes 2 16-inch pizzas. (Prep time will be longer if you are making your dough from scratch.) The calzones are excellent the next day as well, warm or cold.
For some reason, I was craving this one evening even though I had never had it before. I decided to try it and the family declared it a winner. I use Hillshire Farm's Turkey Polish Kielbasa, but I'm sure any kind will work.
This salad is always extremely popular at potluck meals and picnics. It is best to not add the corn chips until you are serving the salad or they get mushy. If we are eating it at home and know we won't eat the entire dish in one sitting, we add the corn chips to the salad once it is on our plate rather than in the serving dish.
I like having one with a banana after a good workout. Only 2 points plus on the WW program. FYI, this isn't a sweet shake. Add sugar or artificial sweetener to taste if needed. (90 calories, 3.5 g fat, 8.5g carbs, 7g protein, 5.5g fiber)
My daughter wanted "extra lemony" cupcakes for her birthday. I couldn't find any recipes that came close to what she was describing so I decided to wing it. I've recently run across the idea of subbing lemon-lime soda for the water in the cupcakes. I'm going to try that next time. If you don't plan on piping the icing onto the cupcakes, you can probably half the icing recipe.
I needed to make some Funfetti Cookies but all the recipes I could find started with a box cake mix, which I didn't have in the house. I used Recipe #394495 as my starting point and went from there. I thought others might appreciate knowing how to make them from scratch as well, so I decided to post a separate recipe.