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    5 Reviews |  By r_mess

    I got this at my WW meeting. The nice thing about this is that you can use any combination of pudding and jello and (most) fruits that you want. I've also used frozen no sugar added raspberries, and strawberries and left out the fruit cocktail - this recipe is only limited by your imagination!! Oh - and the best part is it's only 1 point for a whole cup!!

    Recipe #260041

    1 Reviews |  By r_mess

    I modified this recipe from one I got at a WW meeting. 4 points for the whole pie - 1 point per serving. It can be put in a low fat graham cracker crust but don't forget to count the points. I'M MODIFYING THIS RECIPE BECAUSE I'VE FOUND THAT I LIKE IT BETTER IF I USE A LITTLE MORE WATER AND IT'S EASIER TO SPREAD IN THE PIE PLATE IF YOU ADD THE STRAWBERRIES TO THE SAUCE BEFORE HAND. THIS DOESN'T CHANGE THE POINT VALUE. RM

    Recipe #224972

    4 Reviews |  By r_mess

    I couldn't find a low fat broccoli salad, so I came up with this on my own. 0 points for Weight Watchers. The longer it sits the better it is.

    Recipe #203146

    I found this recipe in an old holiday cookie cookbook. I tried them for the first time today - hubby liked them - a little rich for me but my sweet meter isn't very high.

    Recipe #200554

    1 Reviews |  By r_mess

    I needed a sweet, Weight Watcher friendly salad for the up coming Memorial Day holiday and came up with my own version of my Mom's Waldorf salad. I left out the marshmallows and nuts, but, they can be easily added if you think it needs a little extra umph. It couldn't be much easier to make. I hope you like it.

    Recipe #169822

    4 Reviews |  By r_mess

    This is one of my favorite salads that I had to modify since I became more health and weight conscious. I find that Kraft Free Zesty Italian fat free dressing gives it a little more zip. 0 point value for Weight Watchers.

    Recipe #152490

    2 Reviews |  By r_mess

    Trying several corn chowders, I decided to try to come up with one with a little more pazazz. Atfer many errors, I developed this hearty corn chowder. I use Jimmy Dean or Williams brands of hot sausage to spice this soup up a bit. My husband, who's not much of a soup eater, even asks for this soup on cold fall and winter days. I usually serve it with crusty french bread.

    Recipe #145458

    2 Reviews |  By r_mess

    This is one of those recipes that is usually better the next day after the flavors all meld together. Very quick and easy to make your own by adding or subtracting ingredients. My husband doesn't like really hot food so i use original RoTel tomatoes when he's eating this - if it's just me I go with the hot or extra hot. Great with hot rolls and a vegetable.

    Recipe #144799

    1 Reviews |  By r_mess

    This was my Mom's recipe, it takes me back whenever I make it. I use a 2 egg to 1 medium potato ratio, and we like it kind of juicy, so you may have to adjust the salad dressing if you like your potato salad more dry. It's very easy to multiply for larger groups.

    Recipe #122609

    1 Reviews |  By r_mess

    First cousin to the Cheese Frenchee. Served at Kings Food Host in Omaha and Lincoln Nebraska in the 1960's. Now you can get them at Don and Millies in Omana and Lincoln. (Tuna only available during lent)

    Recipe #122106

    Good salad. I especally like it in the summer when I need something quick, easy and fillimg. Very easy to multiply or divide if you need more or not so much. I like to use different shaped pastas to make it a little more interesting each time.

    Recipe #121550

    2 Reviews |  By r_mess

    This is the easiest and the best tasting cobbler ever! Any kind of fruit can be used - fresh, frozen or canned. My husband likes it with ice cream, but, I like it plain or with just a little milk.

    Recipe #118930

    2 Reviews |  By r_mess

    Nice change from beef or pork, and good for a busy day. I usually serve mine with fried potatoes and peas, but I have also served them in a bun as a sandwich.

    Recipe #118899

    This is a great summer salad. It can be served in a tomato, or on a croissant, bagel,toast or bread for a sandwich. Very quick to make however you decide to serve it. I chill the ingredients before hand to save time afterwards.

    Recipe #117332

    1 Reviews |  By r_mess

    Easy to fix. Great for a busy day - pop a couple of potatoes in the oven a few minutes before hand and have a complete meal in an hour.

    Recipe #116813

    8 Reviews |  By r_mess

    Petite deep fried cheese sandwiches that were served in the King's Food Host restaurants in Omaha and Lincoln Nebraska. I got this recipe from a friend of mine who worked at King's in the 1960's.

    Recipe #116213


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