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    Recipe #466790

    This has become my absolute favorite breakfast served with some rich greek yogurt and it becomes a decadent meal with lots of healthy fats and protein and fiber. It was originally from the joyofbaking website posted as their granola bar recipe. I repeatedly made it but could never get them to stick together enough for bars so I eat it as my granola. Adding 1 cup of coconut is a great addition too. Also, make sure you are using raw and unsalted nuts and seeds in this recipe. It keeps the nutrition of the seeds intact.

    Recipe #372546

    This is a recipe I made up tonight using some different fruits than our normal American Fruit salad in an attempt to get my kids to try something new.

    Recipe #371031

    I created this recipe to get my kids to eat more vegetables and so we could have a great vegetarian lasagna that was not store bought. It's a little labor intensive so I usually make three at a time and freeze two. It's not that much work to make more, and then I have a meal I can take out of the freezer and pop in the oven! If you only want to make one then divide the recipe into thirds. It's about 6 servings per pan.

    Recipe #366761

    A family favorite. Easy and yummy!

    Recipe #317094

    This recipe is in response to my son's desperate pleas for those lunchables that are unhealthy, expensive, and full of ingredients I can't pronounce...lol. Since I refuse to buy them, I came up with this idea instead to compromise with him.

    Recipe #316956

    This is a recipe made from items that are found in non-perishable containers. You can subsitute frozen vegetables or add cheese if you wish, but it's not necessary. I have further broken this down so you can package it all together in a one meal ziploc bag for easy and quick access. This recipe is also easily made gluten free by using homemade condensed soup. I enjoy, and use even in this recipe Recipe #25653 .

    Recipe #314079

    I made this up tonight and my family ate it up! It is low fat and low calorie but you won't believe it. This is a BIG BOWL of dessert sure to satisfy any dieters chocolate desires. **Note, I make this in two loaf pans then save half for another night. I only make one box of pudding at a time.

    Recipe #277255

    I got this recipe from Women's health. They had them listed as an appetizer, but we like to have them on top of salad or alone. The magazine has the servings listed as 12 for one pound of chicken. The nutritional information for 2 tenders is: 70 cals, 1.6 fat gr., 101 sodium, 3 carbs, 11 protein, no fiber.

    Recipe #276177

    I got this recipe from a Women's Health magazine. They suggest you add Cajun seasoning to these since they are supposed to be an appetizer. Also, their nutritional information is that these have 20 calories each, .5 fat grams, and 3 grams of protein. Not a significant source of sodium, carbs, or fiber.

    Recipe #276004

    This is a recipe off the back of a Campbell's soup cream of chicken can. I've modified it to make it a little healthier. Super quick, cheap, and delicious! Enjoy :)

    Recipe #274586

    A great side dish and very low fat and low calorie!

    Recipe #261558

    While you can never call Alfredo Sauce truly low fat and guilt free, here is one that has maybe less guilt associated with it :)

    Recipe #260818

    I made these the other day and my husband couldn't tell they were GF! I had some friends tell me I could make money with these, so that should tell you how good they are :) You can make them egg free by using an egg replacer. You can make them dairy free by using dairy free chocolate chips. I use Recipe #rz.116778 for the flour, but if you don't, then add 2 tsp of xanthan gum. We absolutely love these cookies!

    Recipe #259167

    I use this GF recipe for everything. I've made bread, cookies, and pie crusts with it.

    Recipe #259164

    I created this recipe for my little Celiac toddler. I wanted him to be able to have all the flavors of the Fall Season and not miss out. This is a very yummy recipe with great texture! Makes 3 dozen large cookies.

    Recipe #258327

    I created this recipe last night and my family loved it! It was so easy and done in 30 minutes. It made a ton, I have enough for two meals! Very filling, low fat, and cheap.

    Recipe #250682

    This recipe is very healthy, good for diabetics, and filling for any teenagers! LOL My kids love to grab these on the way out the door for breakfast. While it may seem that they are high in fat, it's all heart healthy fats and chock full of omega 3's. I usually double the recipe and put some in the freezer. They defrost well. if you can't find walnut meal in your local grocery store (which you probably can't) it's easy to grind up in either a blender or coffee grinder.

    Recipe #242893

    This is a recipe inspired by Recipe #108371. I made so many changes that I felt like my version needed it's own page to reflect the nutrition information accurately. These are great to grab on your way out the door in the morning and skip that unhealthy fast food breakfast or get no breakfast at all! Enjoy!

    Recipe #236093

    This recipe is very versatile, add more or less garlic, add some pepper, stewed tomatoes, whatever floats your boat. This is a very quick meal for us because I always have already cooked pasta and chicken in the freezer, so all I have to do is pull it out and voila! You could also use canned chicken. This is not a real spicy meal, it's a good base recipe and one I know my kids will enjoy as is when I don't feel like listening to them complain and we are all just hungry and tired :)This makes a lot, so we usually have some left over to serve as a side dish on another night.

    Recipe #232474

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