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    An attempt to reduce sodium and fat from a family favorite.

    Recipe #510677

    An attempt to reduce fat and sodium in Quizno's recipe

    Recipe #510676

    An attempt to reduce fat and sodium content in a family favorite.

    Recipe #510675

    An attempt to recreate a healthier version of an Olive Garden favorite. If you use sausage with fennel seed, you can omit the aniseed.

    Recipe #510674

    From the Certified Angus Beef website. http://recipes.certifiedangusbeef.com/recipedetail.aspx?id=601

    Recipe #510374

    I was looking for a Braciole Recipe from Calabria, and was happy when I stumbled across this one. It is a bit ambitious for a week night, but if you use Alton Brown's quick cook method* for Braciole it can be done.

    Recipe #509351

    From Weightwatchers 50th Anniversary Cookbook

    Recipe #509142

    After receiving a number of complements during a corporate carry-in, Mary passed on her healthy recipe. She noted that you can omit the bacon bits and replacment them with pine nuts if you like. Mary also mentions that she uses this same technique to roast cauliflower and broccoli. This recipe has 3 WW points per serving as written.

    Recipe #508907

    From Eating Well November/December 2012. If you’re ready for a change from standard pumpkin pie, try this pumpkin torte recipe with a deep chocolate flavor. Pureed pumpkin helps make the dessert incredibly moist and dense. The topping is whipped cream with a touch of vanilla and sugar and a bit of pureed pumpkin folded in. This recipe has 6 Weight Watchers Points per serving.

    Recipe #508703

    From Eating Well 2008 This is a healthier twist on a classic creamy turkey and wild rice soup that hails from Minnesota. Serve with a crisp romaine salad and whole-grain bread. 4.5 Points per 1 cup serving. Ingredient note: Quick-cooking or instant wild rice has been parboiled to reduce the cooking time. Conventional wild rice takes 40 to 50 minutes to cook. Be sure to check the cooking directions when selecting your rice—some brands labeled “quick” take about 30 minutes to cook. If you can't find the quick-cooking variety, just add cooked conventional wild rice along with the turkey at the end of Step 2. Tip: To poach chicken breasts, place boneless, skinless chicken breasts in a medium skillet or saucepan. Add lightly salted water to cover and bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat to low and simmer gently until chicken is cooked through and no longer pink in the middle, 10 to 12 minutes.

    Recipe #508702

    From Eating Well (November/December 2011) Sure, the slow cooker’s great for stews and soups, but it also happens to make a mean lasagna! In this ingenious slow-cooker recipe, all you have to do is chop your veggies, then layer the ingredients (raw) into the crockpot. Serve with: Garlic bread and a green salad. This recipe is courtesy of Eating Well, and contains 11 Weight Watcher’s points as written. You can decrease the points to 8 per serving by substituting fat-free ricotta and mozzarella cheese. This recipe can be modified by adding different vegetables or a precooked protein.

    Recipe #508700

    An adaptation of Kim D's Pizzeria Pizza Sauce, this version has been perfected to match my friends and family's taste. It is better than some of the local owned pizzerias, or so I have been told by friend and family alike! When fresh herbs are available I use them, and do so by tripling the amount shown.

    Recipe #506698

    I tried a similar salad at cheesecake factory this weekend and instantly wanted to create it at home. I found this recipe on the web, made a few modifications and think it's a great place to start!

    Recipe #501851

    I discovered Breezermom's Recipe #490169 Recipe #490169, and decided to use it to make home made marinara and it turned out divine. Toss it with 16 oz of rigatoni, 8 oz. fresh mozzarella, and the rest of the 2 oz of fresh basil for the most delicious Caprese Pasta Dish ever! You can puree all or part of the tomatoes for a smoother sauce. The time does not include the 7 hours to oven roast the tomatoes

    Recipe #498295

    I found this recipe on Pinterest and tried it with my family tonight. They loved it, but I must warn you. I don't use canned refried beans, I use http://www.food.com/recipe/simple-and-easy-homemade-refried-beans-460636. In addition, I didn't mix them in because only 1/2 of my family likes them. I layered them into 1/2 the tacos and because I put them on the bottom, those shells ended up a bit soggy. If you choose to separate them like me, I suggest you layer them on top of the meat! Optional Condiments- Lettuce (shredded) Tomato (diced) Salsa Guacamole Sour Cream Olives, sliced

    Recipe #496104

    I found this on Pinterest and am posting it to try.

    Recipe #493489

    A friend just gave me the Moosewood cookbook and it is filled with delicious vegetarian recipes including this one....yum! I actually use petite diced tomatoes from a can in place of water and chopped tomatoes. You can add heat to the sauce by adding crushed red pepper or jalapeno.

    Recipe #492451

    I had this delightful dish at a great friend's home and my daughter fell in love with the recipe and has requested it for her birthday meal. It is quite delicious!

    Recipe #489614

    One of our favorite inventions from Friday Night Family Pizza Night!

    Recipe #485395

    Adapted from a recipe on Lydia's Kitchen. You can substitute lean ground beef or italian sausage for the turkey if you like.

    Recipe #484967

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