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    This is a wonderful breakfast for those following the Core program with Weight Watchers. I found the recipe on the Weight Watchers message board, I do not remember who posted it, but THANK YOU!!

    Recipe #180559

    This was adapted from a recipe posted by Aunt Paula, THANK YOU! Easy, quick dip, wonderful to serve with raw veggies.

    Recipe #178765

    This simple three ingrediente recipe is really spectacular and so easy to make. By Linda Larsen, About.com

    Recipe #374741

    I found this recipe in the 1994 Preventions Cooking for Good Health Cookbook. I am following WW and this is a wonderful low fat/calorie substitute for Deviled Eggs.

    Recipe #180173

    *From Weight Watchers-1996-Cut the Fat Cookbook* A quick zap in the microwave turns this melba into a hot sundae with oomph!

    Recipe #180125

    I found this on rawfreedomcommunity.info I have not tried it yet, and do not know for sure how many servings there are or how long it takes to prepare.

    Recipe #412242

    This simple five ingredient dessert recipe is a real show stopper. You can cook it on a regular grill too, just double the cooking time. By Linda Larsen, About.com

    Recipe #374657

    WW Recipe-Cut the Fat Cookbook 1996. Accented with garlic and fresh basil, this quick pasta dish is delicious. I have not tried this yet, but it sure sounds like a meal that the whole family will enjoy. Preparation time is approximate since I have not made this dish yet.

    Recipe #180174

    In Spain, tortilla most commonly refers to an omelet, not the flat bread we know. This variation on the classic adds spinach to the basic egg-and-potato combination. Add a tomato salad as a side dish and this would make a perfect brunch dish. It is best served at room temperature. This is a recipe I have yet to try. It is from the Weight Watchers-1996- Cut The Fat Cookbook. Therefore prep/cooking times are approximate. This recipe is 2pts if you are doing Flex, and it is a CORE recipe.

    Recipe #180161

    From Prevention's Cooking for Good Health, 1994. This is an untried recipe that simply sounds wonderful! It falls under the CORE program if you are a fellow Weight Watcher. Otherwise here is the nutritional info. from the cookbook: Calories...116 Fat...3.8g (29% of cal.) Sat. fat...0.4g. (3% of cal.) Cholesterol...0mg Sodium...119

    Recipe #180172

    Prevention's Good Health Cookbook-1994. These succulent chick legs are incredibly easy to prepare: Just season them with fresh herbs, then pop them into the oven with garlic and potatoes. The whole dish is quite low in sodium, so anyone with high blood pressure can enjoy it often. Nutrition Info. From Cookbook: Calories...439 Fat...10.5 g. Sat. Fat...2.6g. Cholesterol...89 mg. Sodium...106 mg.

    Recipe #180171


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