This recipe is from the eat better america web site. I love making Sweet Potato Casserole for the holidays, and with this, lighter version, I can make it more often without the guilt. I don't use egg product, I just substitute one egg.
This is a sweet tomatoey tasting sloppy joe. The recipe came from the USDA's recipe book for the Child and Adult Care Food Program. I have been using it for my daycare for a while now. Sometimes I add very tiny chopped peppers and carrots. Small enough that the kids don't know they are there.
This is a simple dish from the Kraft magazine. They made over chicken tetrazzini so it has less calories and fat. It's really yummy and creamy. You would never know what it's missing. I usually double the recipe and cook in a 9x13 casserole dish. Then I have enough to serve 9 daycare kids and leave enough leftover to serve my family of 6.
I found this in a crock pot cookbook, and although it was similar to some recipes already on here, I wanted to post it so I would remember to try it. The recipe says you can substitute any type of canned beans, just use two types. Suggestions for white are great northern, butter beans, or cannellini. For red, you could try small red or kidney beans. Fresh or fully cooked sausage can be used.
This is an easy, yet yummy chocolate frosting with just enough mocha taste that both my husband and I like it. I love coffee, he hates it. This makes enough frosting to cover the top of two 9 inch layers or one 9 x 13 inch cake.