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    My long-time emergency recipe - start to finish about 30 minutes. Original recipe called for mint chocolate chips, which are not always available, but Andes mints can be used. Or they are fine with regular semi-sweet chips. Great served warm with vanilla ice cream. These don't last very long around my house.

    Recipe #465412

    This is very tasty and simple, although I guess it is technically not braised. I serve it with turkey kielbasa for a low-carb, low-fat meal. Another great sausage is Amy's Apple & Gouda Cheese Chicken Sausage. How can healthy eating taste so good!

    Recipe #346003

    My mom submitted this recipe for a church cookbook 30 years ago. I'm not sure where she found it, but it is a family favorite. It's very easy, very delicious and great for summer.

    Recipe #240557

    Easy, cheap, healthy and delicious! What more could you want from a recipe?

    Recipe #208710

    I got this recipe from my mother-in-law. I am listing it here as she gave it to me, but I make the following changes: recipe #54128 in place of the mushroom soup (or I have also used cream cheese, maybe fat-free?) lots more garlic and onions, fresh mushrooms instead of canned, cheddar cheese spread (ie Wispride)instead of Velveeta and I skip the olives since it is one of the few foods I actually dislike. It's really a pretty tasty casserole, easy to make ahead for a crowd and it freezes well. I like to add Tabasco for a little more zip.

    Recipe #167588

    I came up with this on a lark after a friend had breast reduction surgery and we needed something to honor her with at a PTA meeting. The only thing I forgot was a nipple ring. Have fun, why not get creative with a "torso cake" complete with toasted coconut shreds!

    Recipe #166162

    This is a great quick snack I devised to help me achieve my weight loss goal on the Lean For Life program. It is probably also compatible with South Beach, Atkins and many other eating plans.

    Recipe #133850

    Since I have a major sweet tooth, I developed this recipe to help keep myself on track as I use the Lean for Life program to lose weight as I approach 50.

    Recipe #133849

    Delicious, great party soup and a good way to use leftovers. This makes a huge batch. I use chicken stock from concentrate (Minor's or Better Than Bouillon) which have a good flavor and take up less cupboard space than cans or cartons of ready-to-use stock. From Sunset Magazine, 1976.

    Recipe #110887


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