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    (No Cholesterol, Less "Bad" Fats and More "Good" Fats) If you want "real" Brownies, this is not for you. You need all the fats and cholesterol to get those. This is a version of "Brownies" I came up with for my brownie loving hubby. He has heart problems and I am trying to come up with recipes he likes but are better for his heart. I don't qualify as a "Brownie Critic" as I am not the brownie lover in the house but I even like these. Hubby really liked them (thankfully!) and our 91 year old neighbor even thought they were very good and I am sure she has tasted alot of brownies over the years! PLEASE NOTE - I MADE THESE IN MY TOASTER OVEN. These would be fairly simple for children to make - with an adult supervising the oven. Servings depends on the size you cut them...smaller or bigger.

    Recipe #266770

    We all know, every body's taste for chili is different. I am posting this here just so it is handy when I want to make it again. It is simple but has a little "burn" to it.

    Recipe #203140

    My hubby (says 5 stars) and grand kids (very fussy) really like this. This is one thing all 3 of the grand kids will actually eat. The grand kids normally don't like gravy much but all of them like this gravy. I serve with mashed potatoes, a veggie and homemade rolls. Hope you enjoy it! Note added - you can use no sodium bouillon. NOTE ADDED - I have also noticed sometimes when I make this it seems more salty then other times. DEFINATELY try to use low sodium or skip the boullion. Nov. 2007...My daughter used a package of Ranch dressing instead of Italian and a jar of gravy instead of a package. She said they all loved it. We don't care for ranch but thought maybe others would be interested.

    Recipe #166599

    This one is to help hubby through "withdrawl" from higher fat desserts, chocolate and his love of ice cream. Sometimes I make it with the peanut butter, other times I don't. I use the individual graham cracker crust simply because there is more control of serving size. :) I try to stock up when they are on sale. Time does not include refridgeration or freezer time. Note added - Well, I found out after posting - not low in fat at all! But my hubby and grandson just love the stuff! And, some are making it in a regular graham cracker crust.

    Recipe #163965

    I am trying to "re-do" some of our older recipes to be lower in fat, as hubby has heart disease. This ended up being a combination of two. I am going to try this with peaches also as this is one of the few ways I can get fruit into him! AND, he liked this. Guessing on prep time.

    Recipe #163651

    I never had or heard of a "fried rice patty" until I married my husband. He loves having them with chili. He has heart problems so I came up with this healthier version...healthier then his for sure! He makes them by cooking them in ton's of butter or margarine and then serving with ton's of butter or margarine and then salted to taste. Since he hates onions, I don't put them in his...just mine. :) You can multiply this recipe easily.

    Recipe #161760

    I love good ole' chipped beef on toast and was so hungry for it one day...but didn't have any of the beef so I came up with this and it got me past my craving. I usually have the ham and sometimes the turkey in the fridge. Could probably use chicken also. Not sure on prep. and cooking guessing. I am guessing but would say it's about 1 1/2 - 2 cups meat.

    Recipe #161537

    This is my hoagie bread dough I make whenever I need I never buy them. I can make them fresh when I need them and this recipe makes them alot easier. Make's 6. If you like them "harder", bake them just a little longer.

    Recipe #161440

    I came up with this yesterday and I do believe they will have many uses. I think 4 "Gems" and 1 cup skim milk will be my plan--maybe thickened--to replace a can of cream soup. I think I will try variations too. I was anxious to try them so I made up a casserole today with chicken and potatoes that I will post if the hubby likes it! :) I don't know if anybody else will want to try these but am posting so I have the recipe in zaar--I know I will use again. Not sure on prep or cook time's, so just guessing. NOTE: after thinking about it. I may skip the cheese during the original prep. and just add cheese when I want it--would be much less messy/thick to work with.

    Recipe #161200

    Our dog, River, WILL NOT eat store bought treats. When we go to my parents house, the dogs always get treats after going "potty". Well, that left her out. I came up with these and she LOVES them. She knows they are "people" food. (Of course, we wouldn't eat them but she doesn't need to know that!) She tends to gets a "sick tummy" alot and the vet doesn't know why but these treats don't bother her at all. I would think they are pretty healthy. This makes about 58 "cookies". We cut each "cookie" in half for her (she's medium sized) and into 4 pieces for my parents dogs because they are pretty small. I freeze in one batch (16 cookies) portions and then take them out as needed. KEEP IN FRIDGE! That's another reason she is sure it is "people" food...comes from the fridge. I haven't done it (yet) but I would think you could substitute chicken or hamburger instead of the roast beef.

    Recipe #110044

    This is kind of a "sweet and tangy" sauce. My hubby really likes these. He gives them 5 stars. I divide the leftover sauce from the pan into equal servings to use for dipping the bites of chops in. I marinate the chops for 24 hours before baking. Listed as "cooking time". Recipe #109631 is for the basic sauce. It is also listed below. I only make 3 chops so I use 3/4 cup of the basic sauce and 2 boullion cubes. (I save the other 3/4 cup sauce for either this or one of the other recipes I hope to get posted.) For 6 chops use the full 1 1/2 cups of the basic sauce and 4 boullion cubes. I

    Recipe #109828

    This is one I came up with one day. We like it. Recipe makes about 1 1/2 cups. This is my base recipe. You can add onions and/or other spices of your choice. I like to make it ahead of time and keep it in a tightly covered container in the fridge. You can use it right away.

    Recipe #109631

    Okay...this is one of the few ways I can get hubby to eat fruit. He gives this 4 stars. Cook time is the least amount of time for refrigeration.

    Recipe #108902

    This is kinda tasty. We like it warm but can be served chilled. Hubby gives it 4 stars and he doesn't like cranberries. I'm sure you can add the sugar while cooking but this is how I like to do it. I'm guessing on servings.

    Recipe #104855

    Have gotten some "oh there so good" from the neighbors, so I am posting this recipe so I remember how I made them. I had another one of those want to "create" days and this was the finished product. I'm guessing on the prep time. This makes 12 muffins. Hubby gave them 3 stars but he is NOT the "muffin man". He only likes blueberry muffins. I love him anyways! Made these for the Thanksgiving get together...we'll see what they have to say. Probably should have used some nuts... Edit...We are sick. No family Thanksgiving so I froze the muffins individually in plastic sandwich bags so we could take one out when we very well. Just throw it in the microwave frozen until warm. They are pretty tasty muffins.

    Recipe #104563

    When my grandchildren visit they just love "helping" in the kitchen! I've been trying to think of some "quick" idea's for their next visit. Something that EACH (3) can make for their "own". I didn't want "heat" involved...maybe a dessert...I had some leftover brain started working in "kid" mode...I also had single serve puddings...and cool whip...had to have somebody to eat the "test"...grandpa likes cake...and pudding...and cool whip...but he only gave it "3 or 4" stars. (I don't think it counts though, after all, he didn't "make it himself" and he's NOT really a kid anymore...he just thinks he is!) lol! Prep time is a guess!

    Recipe #103973

    After years of making spaghetti sauces, I came up with this one which is my favorite "quick" one AND my hubby loves it! He says 5 stars! (He's "fussy" and it's always great to find a food that HE does "love".) Cooking time will depend on your desired "thickness". NOTE-This may be a bit salty for some folks.

    Recipe #103769

    My hubby eat cabbage? lol!!! This is the O-N-L-Y way he will even put it in his mouth AND he loves it! He gives it 5 stars. Our whole family LOVED my Grandma's coleslaw! I can't call this Grandma Ida's coleslaw because we don't know how she made her's exactly. Of course, Grandma's would be better but this taste is close to her's. Best if made ahead of time. (Hint-At Christmas make your own slaw mix using red cabbage, green cabbage and carrots - it's more colorful.)

    Recipe #103565

    Oh, dear sweet, but very fussy, hubby...corn is one of the few veggies he will eat...sometimes. He likes the FLAVOR of this corn...but not the "juice". He gives this 4 stars if he just gets to eat only the corn...3 stars if he has to eat the "juice" too! lol! I came up with this when I had some extra cream cheese and half and half to use up. I make it ahead of time to let flavor "set" into the corn. I'm cooking for 2...thus the small amount.

    Recipe #103402

    This is my version but my ex-mother-in-law used to make Green Beans and Eggs. I thought it looked awful and was afraid to taste it...finally did and was surprised. My hubby (High School Sweetheart, current hubby, 2nd and last hubby! lol!) is very, very, very fussy and HE actually likes this for a veggie. He gave it 4 stars! (Surprise! He doesn't like veggies!) I like onions, hubby doesn't so I only use this small amount. If you like onion, maybe use more and bigger. It's nice for something different. I am only cooking for 2 now...thus the small amount.

    Recipe #103213

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