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    I found this recipe on a heart healthy recipe site. I made them and they are incredible! I couldn't believe it! They are the lowest fat/cholesterol/sodium chocolate chip cookies I've had that actually taste great! I did change it a bit when I made them by using 1/2 C whole wheat flour and 1/2 C all purpose flour.

    Recipe #272793

    I'd never had this until I met my fiance. It's simple, cheap, and lets you get creative. It's also SUPER YUMMY!!! Great for left overs!

    Recipe #174690

    This is the most delicious homemade pizza I've eaten. It's a borrowed recipe I tweaked to make lower sodium. It is versatile. It makes a lot of sauce, so you can either make the whole lot or you can make a couple of pizzas and freeze the remaining sauce and use when you are short on time. You can use whatever cheeses and toppings you want in whatever amounts you want. It's really a recipe that is "add to taste." It can be spicy or not. It might take a little work to make the sauce, but it's well worth it!!!

    Recipe #159224


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