Makes the usually bland ground turkey breast very tasty. I think I got this from a Taste of Home publication -- it originally called for regular ground turkey, but I use ground turkey breast to make it lower in calories and fat.
This is a chewy, cakey-type cookie, rather than a thin crisp one. I definitely don't like this made with mini chocolate chips. The original recipe said to bake at 375 for 10-12 minutes, but I burned the first batch terribly, so I bake them at 350 for 10-12 minutes. The batter is VERY thick, but you shouldn't need to add extra milk or melt the butter -- I never have and they always turn out well.
Healthy and delicious, each serving has 263 calories, 38 gm carbohydrate, 17 gm protein, and 5 gm fat. I posted the recipe as it was given to me, but I usually add a bit of minced garlic, some rosemary, thyme, and a bay leaf.
I kind of like this lowcal snack because it has some protein, as well as being sweet. Each serving has fewer than 100 calories and about 8 g of protein. It works with whatever flavor jello you want to use (the 4-serving size box). Cooking time is chill time.
I've tried a bunch of low cal 1000 Island dressing recipes and finally found one I like that doesn't have a zillion weird ingredients! I make mine with light Miracle Whip instead of mayo. Cooking time is actually chilling time. One T has 14 calories, less than one gram of fat, 1 gram of protein, 2 grams of carbohydrate, & 56 mg of sodium
I think this came from Cooking Light originally. It is very rich tasting and filling. I usually make about 40 tiny meatballs instead of 18 big ones. Each cup has 168 calories, 12.6 g protein, 4.3 g fat, 21.3 g carbohydrate, 21 mg cholesterol, 445 mg sodium
This is sweeter than most chili, but quite tasty and very filling. You can use a 16 oz can of baked beans in place of the pinto beans & brown sugar if you prefer. You can also use canned chicken breast, more beans, a can of drained corn...whatever...it's a pretty forgiving recipe.
Easy and delicious! The original recipe calls for 1/2 c flaked coconut, toasted and 1/2 c chopped pecans toasted to put on top, but I leave them off for my picky family. Instead of 1 1/2 c m&ms, I will often use only 3/4 cup and chop up kit kat bars or other candy bars to use for the second 3/4 cup. I also usually use the mini milk chocolate baking M&Ms
I've tried many recipes for roll-out, cut-out cookies and this is IT! The cookies are tender and have a perfect taste. It doesn't make a gigantic amount either. For chocolate cookies, stir 3 oz melted unsweetened chocolate into the dough.