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    This is my take on a salad that I had a few years ago when I was working in Wisconsin. It made such an impression on me that even now years later my mouth waters thinking of it.

    Recipe #442052

    I'm diabetic and a Weight Watcher so I have to be careful of calories and sugar. I came up with this recipe so that I could fit it into my plan. It counts as 2 milks and only 3 points. Torani makes the sugar free syrup that I use.

    Recipe #282788

    I needed a Weight Watcher points friendly recipe to take to a church function. This is the recipe I came up with and everyone loved it. They were practically licking the bowl but then who doesn't love pumpkin pie and this is like a lightened version.

    Recipe #234102

    This is the recipe that we've used for years and years. It came from an old church cookbook.

    Recipe #200936

    Although this has many steps, it's really not that difficult as long as you read it through and are organized.

    Recipe #200549

    I use 1/2 & 1/2 however you may choose to use heavy cream like the original recipe.

    Recipe #199614

    A nice, light and refreshing dessert. Good enough to serve to company.

    Recipe #199609

    This is a different scrambled eggs that looks very nice on a brunch buffet or for a quick dinner option. To take these to the next level of elegance, top each serving with a dab of sour cream and some caviar.

    Recipe #199585

    Squash soup is always good but the scallops take it to another level. Nice for a special holiday dinner or company any time.

    Recipe #199584

    A simple dessert with as much taste as it has class. Great to serve guests after a heavy dinner. I'd like to try this again with Splenda but I'm not sure that you will get a syrup with it.

    Recipe #199583

    This is a recipe a friend made for a special celebration. It is a medieval recipe and delicious.

    Recipe #199187

    From WW with a point value of 1

    Recipe #199184

    A new twist - almost a combination of pie and cake. Delicious served with whipped topping or all by itself.

    Recipe #199179

    This is a great way to get extra whole grains into your diet.

    Recipe #198819

    This is my lighter version of scrambled eggs with smoked salmon.

    Recipe #198794

    I've changed an impossible cheesecake recipe to reduce the calories and fat.

    Recipe #198203

    Recipe courtesy Dave Lieberman Show: Good Deal with Dave Lieberman Episode: One Pot Meal Potluck Not like any of the other spinach salads on Zaar so I thought that I would post this one.

    Recipe #198189

    Recipe courtesy Juan-Carlos Cruz Show: Weighing In Episode: Big John & The Twins

    Recipe #198091

    By Tyler Florence on Food 911 he made strip steaks with this and marinated them for 4-5 hours. If you don't know how to make roasted garlic use Recipe #73710 - it will work for the shallots too though do them separately so that they can develop their own flavors.

    Recipe #198087

    According to the owner of the local Turkish deli, this is how his wife makes her dolmas. I know that when I made them, I got a ton of complements.

    Recipe #198071

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