A recipe I just found but have not made yet. I don't care for mushrooms, but my hubby loves them, so I am posting the recipe to keep so I can make them for him. Recipe notes that spinach mixture may be formed into balls and frozen, to be placed in mushroom caps just before microwaving.
I'm not so great at baking whole hams, but I love when my Mom sends me leftover ham that she has cooked. Hubby loves ham salad sandwiches, and whenever we get ham, his first question is always "Are you going to make that ham salad?" It's just been a matter of experimentation to come up with it. It's quick and easy, with common ingredients. Hope you enjoy it as we do. I'm not really sure how many sandwiches this makes--enough for a couple of days for our small family. Let me know if the servings are off. (And I guess it depends on how thick you like your sandwiches.) Can be served on any type of bread, but I have found rye really complements ham salad.
An easy to make lightened up dessert using Butterfingers. Yum! 4 WW points per serving. Received at a WW meeting.
A recent reviewer recently made the comment that this was 7 WW points not 4. Please remember that Recipe Zaar's calculations and WW's do not always agree. This recipe came straight from WW--it is on their website. They do have it listed as 4 points, despite the difference if you try to calculate using Recipe Zaar's calculator. Please use your own judgment, but note this is a real WW recipe and it is listed by them as 4 pts.
A salad that serves well as a light meal. Received at a Weight Watchers meeting. 4 WW points per serving. The original recipe suggests using a red pear for color, but adds that you can substitute any ripe pear. Also, if you can't find roasted almonds, roast your own by spreading almonds on a baking sheet and roasting them in a 350 degree oven for 10 minutes. In summer months, you could easily swap ripe peaches or nectarines for the pears.
From the "Fix it and Forget It" cookbook of crockpot recipes. Turns out with little effort. We enjoy it served over rice, with a salad on the side.
I also use jarred ground ginger and jarred minced garlic--comes out just as well.
I often double the sauce ingredients that go on top of the chicken--if you like it with more sauce, I suggest you do this. I also use low-sodium soy sauce, otherwise it will be really salty.
I found this recipe on a bag of Wal-mart sugar some time ago, and it was so simple, I had to try it. I have tried a zillion sugar cookie recipes, trying to get the soft cookie I like best. I think I have found the perfect sugar cookie. Please note that your cookie yield will vary, depending on what size cookie cutter you used. When I use a variety of sized Christmas cookie cutters, I normally get about 2-1/2 dozen.
These wonderful cookies were brought to our boring Faculty Senate meetings at school by Brianna, a 7th grade English teacher. All the teachers were instantly addicted! So moist and yummy. She also had a vanilla icing that went on top---with these ingredients---powdered sugar, butter, milk and vanilla extract. The only problem is that she never measured the ingredients for the icing--just whipped it up--as I do--so you'll have to kind of guess for yourself how much of each ingredient--all she told me was you need lots of powdered sugar and butter and just a little milk and vanilla extract. Good luck! (But even if you don't get the icing to turn out--the cookies themselves are out of this world!) The serving size may be off--I can't quite remember how much the recipe makes.
My mom came up with this easy recipe years ago when my father, who was a die hard meat, potatoes and gravy type guy, had a heart attack and had to reduce the fat and cholesterol in his diet. It's so easy and delicious that my husband and I enjoy it often.
I've made this several times and we really enjoy it. I believe it came from a Weight Watchers cookbook, but I can't quite remember. It has 6 WW points, if you are following that program. Even if you're not, it's great, and I think even better than what you'd get in a restaurant. My husband, who is definitely anti-diet food anything, really likes it.
A recipe that includes a little of everything! Yummy! Given to me by someone at church. Before you start the recipe, please note that it makes a LOT of cookies--9 dozen! This recipe also needs to chill overnight (very important--not included in prep times)Great if you need a cookie recipe for a bake sale or to feed a crowd.
A weight watchers recipe I obtained from a message board at www.dwlz.com.
Per serving of 2 each: 230 calories, 6 gm fat, 2 gm fiber. WW Points per serving : 5
You could also add more veggies to make this more "pot pie-ish". This may change your point count, depending on what you add.
A quick and easy recipe for a busy night. I really enjoy this one. I have experimented using other BBQ sauces, but I personally haven't found one that works better than regular flavor Bullseye Brand barbecue sauce. Cooks up thick, rich and saucy. (If I don't have Bullseye, I don't make it.) I found this recipe in a little "bottles and boxes" (recipes using stuff you have in your house)type recipe guide I received free in the mail.