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    I originally found and made this recipe for my SIL, who can't have sugar, but it turns out the whole family is crazy for these little bites, You might also try switching out the key lime ingredients with a tablespoon of unsweetened baking cocoa; yum! Double-check your dates for pits - they are hard on a processor blade!

    Recipe #517402

    The simplest and most delicious pear tart ever! Heavenly with vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #467202

    1 Reviews |  By LorrieK

    The best slow cooker roast recipe I've found. From MedicineNet.com

    Recipe #464354

    2 Reviews |  By LorrieK

    So easy and so good! We especially love the dipping sauce - you may want to double it. From Catherine Newman on Disney Family.com.

    Recipe #457663

    4 Reviews |  By LorrieK

    Easy and OH-so-good! At 8 points, maybe not WW's lowest calorie dish, but definitely among their tastiest!

    Recipe #447332

    2 Reviews |  By LorrieK

    This recipe came from food52.com, from member "deensiebat." This was my first time using lacinato kale, which I find I like better than standard kale (although the standard kale or chard can also be used). I was thrilled to find such a delicious dish made of complete-protein quinoa and antioxidant-rich kale. AND it's easy to make all in just one pot!

    Recipe #443729

    1 Reviews |  By LorrieK

    From Delicious Living Magazine

    Recipe #430082

    Grated sweet potato takes only a minute if you have a food processor with a grate attachment.

    Recipe #429840

    I'm a huge hummus fan, and this dip tastes similar to hummus, thanks to the tahini. Very addictive!

    Recipe #392785

    This shrimp is quick and easy to make, and the blend of spices is beyond delicious. The recipe is from Weight Watchers and calls for grilling, but I have also pan fried the shrimp in a small amount of olive oil with perfect results. (Prep time does not include the marinating time.)

    Recipe #391138

    This recipe originally called for ground beef, but we now try to avoid red meat and have discovered we enjoy the dish every bit as well with ground turkey. Who knew cabbage could be so delicious?!!

    Recipe #390497

    1 Reviews |  By LorrieK

    I found this quiche to be surprisingly full of flavor even though I used skim milk.

    Recipe #349045

    I slightly tweaked this healthy and delicious recipe from a book written in the '90's by Robert Haas, called "Eat to Win". This is our favorite breakfast - no adding of sugar or milk necessary! I add 2-3 ice cubes to the pan after the cereal is cooked but before putting it into bowls; this both cools it down enough to eat and makes the oatmeal VERY creamy.****UPDATE***: Since submitting this recipe, we have discovered how much better it is with steel cut oats! Changes I now make: 2 cups water to 1/4 cup steel-cut oats, extra cinnamon (to taste), add 1 tablespoon ground flax seed. Cook the oats for 20 minutes, then add apples and cook for 5 minutes more. Add bananas, flax seed & seasonings after you remove from heat. Omit the ice cubes, but add extra hot water if needed to make creamy.

    Recipe #340148


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