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    4 Reviews |  By Tina A

    I am shocked that this recipe wasn't in the other 89 recipes for Waldorf Salad. I truly though up until right now that my family's recipe was the ONLY Waldorf salad that existed, lol. We always make this at Thanksgiving & Christmas. This isn't really a measuring recipe, so I'll guesstimate on the measurements this will make me enter. We start the dressing part by throwing in a wooden spoon full of Miracle Whip and a heaping wooden spoonful of Cool Whip, then add a bit here and there to taste. We usually use about half green apples and half red; we use whatever grapes we can find during the holidays. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #191437

    16 Reviews |  By Tina A

    Another favorite from "More Fat Free & Ultra Low Fat Recipes from Doris' Kitchen" by Doris Cross in Stillwater, OK. I have never tried the gravy myself. If you follow the instructions the chicken is yummy.

    Recipe #191435

    2 Reviews |  By Tina A

    Sinful treat, especially popular around the holidays, very addictive.

    Recipe #191328

    Very simple & different chicken. Sauce is wonderful on baked or mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #191208

    1 Reviews |  By Tina A

    Yummy! This is a great dish to take to barbecues, football parties, pot lucks. **I have no idea the # of ounces, but you want the large size Ranch (not the jumbo, just large) and the regular package of penne pasta.

    Recipe #191207

    1 Reviews |  By Tina A

    Perfect warm with a little butter. I bet it would be good as a sandwich, but it never seems to last that long in my house. Very addictive.

    Recipe #191206

    4 Reviews |  By Tina A

    Another treasure from "Fat Free and Ultra Low Fat recipes from Doris' Kitchen" by Doris Cross in Stillwater, OK. This is the only way I will make chicken soup now. Great for any time of year. Really hits the spot when I have a cold. I like to add jar of mushrooms, even though recipe does not call for it. ****Edited to clarify that "old fashioned" dumplings is what the author named the recipe & the dumplings are not like our grandmas' dumplin's; these are a low fat alternative. (I sometimes use the frozen dumplings or noodles from the store, which changes the fat content.)

    Recipe #191205

    From the "More Fat Free & Ultra Low Fat Recipes from Doris' Kitchen" by Doris Cross. My best friend helped create & test all of the recipes in Doris' books. I highly recommend the books. This dessert is one of my favorites.

    Recipe #191204

    1 Reviews |  By Tina A

    I know this sounds really weird & it took some coercing for my friend to get me to try it. It is quite addictive. Huge hit at parties & pot lucks. Adjust garlic & onion to your preference. **Do not substitute Miracle whip for the mayo. This tastes funky if you use miracle whip.

    Recipe #191203

    I have yet to make this, but I insisted on getting the recipe from the woman at my former work who brought it on one of our many pot luck days. This dish was devoured fast....before the candy, before the krispy kremes even. (I'm guessing on measurements. She served it in a large rectangular cake dish. Her instructions say "layer of lettuce, layer of chopped onion, layer of cauliflower".)

    Recipe #191202

    3 Reviews |  By Tina A

    Big bowl of YUM! I can't take credit for this one & can't remember who gave me the recipe. Great for pot-lucks. You may substitute chunk pineapple instead of crushed if you like.

    Recipe #190755

    This dish used to be served at a gourmet restaurant (Parkway 600) in Kansas City. I don't make each part from scratch like they did but mine is just as yummy. (I don't know the ounces for the ingredients, this made me enter something. It's the large jar of mushrooms & the pasta & pesto only come in one size.)

    Recipe #190744

    1 Reviews |  By Tina A

    Rich & wonderful. Really hits the spot when you just can't seem to get enough chocolate. I got the concept from the Rio Bravo restaurant I used to work at. They used a fry baby, I use a small omelette sized skillet. It's much easier with a fry baby.

    Recipe #190602


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