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    5 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Another recipe from my days at WW. I'm always looking for a good baked oatmeal recipe that won't pile on the calories, so I'm anxious to try this one.

    Recipe #295560

    4 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    From Nava Atlas, "Vegetariana" Pretty tasty, very easy. Needs a little something. I thought it would be good with shrimp in it, Joe (DH) suggested some heat (hot bean paste?). Maybe cubes of butternut squash? If anyone comes up with something fabulous, please share!

    Recipe #309136

    3 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Found this in my files...sounds a little time consuming, but well worth it. Here's what the original poster (?) had to say: "This is probably the recipe that I am most proud of in this collection of 100+ Halloween recipes. It is the piece de resistance. It looks great, tastes heavenly, and can even be gross for the kids. It can be elegant, or it can be kitsch. It works on a lot of levels. The recipe is very simple and quick to make. I have it down to under half an hour from start to finish (we like it so much we make it a lot, except that we use a low fat tomato sauce instead). The glossy slightly moist bright red pepper looks exactly like a heart. The consistancy as you cut into the dish is very realistic as well. The red sauce oozing out is just the frosting on the cake. There really is only one thing to be careful about, and that is making sure that you be very careful when peeling the red pepper to keep it intact. It is essential to the whole effect of the dish that the "heart" looks whole. For a more "bloodlike" sauce, add some red food coloring to deepen the color, maybe with one small drop of black for depth. Enjoy!"

    Recipe #322638

    3 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Simple and yummy. I often skip the almonds, although they add a nice crunch. You can use fresh or canned mushrooms, whatever suits you. I've been known to use mixed vegetables in place of the peas. Hey, anything to get the kids to eat veggies, right?

    Recipe #309118

    3 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    This recipe originally called for slicing the green tomatoes 1/4" thick, but I much prefer the texture of diced tomatoes in the finished pie. I think they cook better and are softer when diced, but you can always suit yourself.

    Recipe #308314

    2 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    I got this recipe from the Recitopia newsletter (www.wwrecipes.com), the world's greatest recipe ezine. Haven't tried it yet, but hope to soon. If you try it, please let us know the results!

    Recipe #295171

    2 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    These are fast and easy, my favorite combo! They have a pleasant tartness that makes them a nice change from overly sweet cookies, and they only require 3 ingredients!

    Recipe #283314

    2 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    SO delicious, and the topping isn't too sweet. I often make the topping in advance, then just heat the whole thing together right before serving. I usually make this for my annual cookie exchange, and everyone raves about it.

    Recipe #268531

    2 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Finally! A way to get the seasoning to stick to the good stuff without all that butter. You can adapt the seasonings to your liking--I always add some garlic powder.

    Recipe #297980

    2 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Sounds good, and I can't wait to try this.

    Recipe #340439

    2 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    If you like beets, you have to try this! My husband and I love it, very garlicky, very good. My notes on the recipe say it was created by Karen Mintzias, and whoever she is, she should be thanked!

    Recipe #268614

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    I haven't tried these yet, but they sound interesting. I think the recipe might have originally come from Pampered Chef. If you try it, let us know how you like it!

    Recipe #297304

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Any easy cake that doesn't rely on a cake mix.

    Recipe #322358

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    I can't remember where this came from, but even my kids like it. Sometimes I omit the mushrooms for one of them, although I love them.

    Recipe #338171

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    This sounds great, and I can't wait to try it. I LOVE cherries!

    Recipe #297314

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Another one from who knows where. This sounds like something that would be great for Bunko night!

    Recipe #297979

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    One of my all time favorites. Simple, delicious, and you can make it spicier or less spicy. The addition of carrots is my own. Can be made with ground turkey or veggie crumbles instead of meat.

    Recipe #464635

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    This is one I got from Weight Watchers. It says it's 4 pts per serving. I think it might be good with cauliflower or asparagus in place of the broccoli, too.

    Recipe #293332

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Spinach ball recipe from a Halloween website. Author said you could switch the cheeses around to suit your preference. Prep time does NOT include chilling time.

    Recipe #322766

    1 Reviews |  By Chef MB

    Another one from my WW days. It says they are only 1 pt each, but I'm not sure exactly how many cookies it makes. I'm guessing 1 dozen. If you try, please let us know!

    Recipe #293416

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