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    From the American Institute for Cancer Research. I have not tried these, but orange juice as an ingredient intrigued me, so I'm saving it.

    Recipe #165623

    From the American Institute for Cancer Research. I have not tried this yet.

    Recipe #165622

    From Keebler. Though I personally have never made these, they look AMAZING in the picture from Keebler. Definitely gonna be trying these soon.

    Recipe #146035

    I have not tried these, but plan to.

    Recipe #146034

    The best barbecue ribs I've ever had. The best thing is is it's simplicity-throw this together in 5 minutes in the morning, turn it on, and have it ready for dinner. Probably my favorite recipe of mine- a definite must-try :]

    Recipe #144000

    Oh, I love these individual tuna pot pies! I found these on the back of a Chicken of the Sea Tuna pouch, and I am glad I did. Recipe is very easily halved into 2 pot pies. Also, with my changes (The ones in parentheses) these come out to 200 calories per pot pie. Also, if you want a crust or lattice top piece, simply crisscross crescent roll dough on top of pies before baking.

    Recipe #140732

    A dessert recipe from the local newspaper that has been lightened. I love this recipe, as it is one of the ones that gets better as the days pass in the fridge. Recipes makes 24 bars, one bar= 130 w/o frosting, 180 with.

    Recipe #138767

    Found on Lightlife's website. Personally, not gonna lie, this isn't exactly 5-star material, but it's an easy one to try.

    Recipe #138256

    Found on I used this in a cheese & sausage quiche, and it was good! This will definitely be my staple pie crust from now on... No more frozen store-brought ones :] Also, you can lower the amount of ingredients in this- this crust is kinda thick.

    Recipe #137952

    Trust me- you won't miss the salt in these crackers. I have no idea where I got this recipe, but these are sooo good. I love them. I have no idea what to compare the taste to; so you'll just have to try it yourself and find out! :]

    Recipe #137011

    If your like me, & don't particularly like turkey, but want to eat healthy, this is a good way to have turkey without reminiscing about beef. The Granny Smith apple gives the turkey a little... 'zang' (Heh, couldn't think of a word...) to the typical dry taste of extra lean meat. Truthfully, though, this recipe is a little hard to make, as it's hard to get the turkey & apple into a breakfast patty. You can also add whatever spices to want.

    Recipe #134801

    Found on the American Institute for Cancer Research's website. A healthy, good-tasting enchilada. By the way, these enchiladas turn out huge, so one will most likely be enough for one person. Also, this does take a while to make, but it's worth it. One problem with these enchiladas is that they're high in sodium, but you can easily leave out some salt or reduce the amount of sauce you put on the chicken.

    Recipe #134212

    Mmmm, these are good, fun, and healthy for the active kid. Take the half-minute to prepare them- or let your kid make them- and taste for yourself.Also can be used as part of a meal.

    Recipe #133001

    A twist on the King Ranch Chicken Casserole. Truth be told, not quite as healthy as its counterpart, but my family agrees it tastes better.

    Recipe #132845

    I love these!!! AND they're healthy! Really, they are! They smell so good, and the taste is so wonderful. Try them and see for yourself :] However, this is obviously more of a healthy muffin, and therefor not likely to be sugary, but feel free to add more sugar if wanted.

    Recipe #132797

    Don't worry, this brisket isn't as hard as it sounds, though it does cook for 24 hours in the oven. Perfect for a dinner party or holiday. Smells sooo good in the oven.

    Recipe #132775

    mmmm... Cream cheese :] Heh, this is obviously for all you cream cheese lovers out there.

    Recipe #132771

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