This is from a WW cookbook called "15-Minute Cookbook" dated 1998. I have notes in it saying "really good". Dijon mustard has a strong, distinctive flavor. You can us honey mustard, sweet-hot mustard, or spicy mustard. Enjoy!
This is out of the WW Annual Recipes for Success 2000 cookbook. I have it marked as great! Just in time for asparagus season. Best time is suppose to be between late March and May. Great side dish for Barbecue time. Enjoy!
Out of an old 1998 WW cookbook called "15 Minute Cookbook" I have this marked as "great". If you don't care for the strong lemon like flavor of cilantro you can substitute parsley if you prefer. This is great served with black beans, pineapple wedges and fresh strawberries. Hope you enjoy!
This is out of a 2000 Cookbook called "Simple & Classic Homecooking". It is noted in the cookbook that this recipe received their highest rating. You can serve it on a bed of couscous alongside mixed salad greens and some fresh fruit for dessert.DH rated it pretty darn good.
This is out of the a cookbook called "The whole foods market" My granddaughter gave it to me for Christmas. It says to serve at room temperature for best flavor. Preparation time does not include chill time. This figures out to be 3.5 WW points.
My grandaughter (with help from her Daddy) gave me a wonderful cookbook for Christmas called "The Whole Foods Market Cookbook". This is the recipe that my DS recommend to try 1st. It was full of fat so I have made it lower in fat. The original recipe said it served 6 in a 9X9 inch pan. There is so much of this stuff I can't imagine it fitting in that size of pan. I used a 9X13 inch pan and it was full.This is my version of this tasty dish. Still high in calories but lower in fat. Made WW friendly-7 points
Back in 1993 my DM and I became lifetime members of WW. She revised the 0 point soup recipe. She won 1st place with it at her Office "Soup Cookoff" one year. I just dug it out because now I need it again. Zaar is not kind to your waist line. I also have revised her revision. It called for a can of Cajun stewed tomatoes which I can no longer locate. I now use 1 tsp Cajun spice but food.com won't accept it. Also changed a few other items to my liking.
I have been making this dessert since 1991. It is one of the most requested for Christmas dinner. It is very easy to prepare. It is from an old Pillsbury cookbook called Real Home Cooking. Hope you enjoy!
From the Weight Watchers cookbook called "Cook it Quick" Make sure to pat the scallops dry before you mix them with the flour and salt. That way they won't soak up too much flour. You can substitute smaller Scallops just make sure you adjust the cooking time. You don't want to overcook them or they will become tough and rubbery. I like to serve this with recipe #272832.