from Kraft Food and Family 2009. My kids love to make and eat these. These are not a super sweet cookie... more of an almond shortbread. Tasty and creepy! They take about 25 minutes to bake at 325 in my oven.
I got this recipe from Fiber One's web site. Yum! Healthy and Good. Occasionally, I have trouble finding sesame sticks around here and will substitute a cup of Fiber One Original for an even higher fiber, lower calorie treat. Works well either way. 1 serving = 1/2 cup. Cooling time included in cooking time.
This is the best accompaniment to meat (especially beef) that we have ever had. We first had it at Delmonico's Steak House in Vegas (it was served with my husband's steak, and we were all dipping our food on his plate!) Anyway, I found the recipe on Emeril's website and almost always have a supply here on hand. Super simple to make and WAY preferable to bottled steak sauces.
This is really flavorful and juicy roast chicken. Even my husband, who is growing tired of chicken, picks the bird clean when I make this one. From Fine Cooking, #22. Marinating time included in the prep time.
I really enjoy this one. It tastes very indulgent and not at all "diet-y." Both of my kids love to eat the panna cotta plain right out of the ramekins. Personally, I definitely recommend the sauce. The panna cotta itself is quite sweet and the tartness of the sauce is perfect with it. I've found that you can halve the sauce recipe and still have plenty. I've actually taken to making the full amount of sauce and just using the excess on other things. Either way... this has become a favorite here. Recipe from the ww website. 4 points per serving.
from Hungry Girl. So much healthier than commercial boneless buffalo wings! 3 ww points per 4 oz serving. I often make the full recipe for myself for a very satisfying 6 point lunch (or over salad greens with 2T ff ranch for an even more satisfying 7 point lunch!) YUM! TIP: Spray your baking sheet REALLY well to avoid losing any of your breading when flipping the wings.
from the WW website. This dish is successful even with my husband, who deplores eating healthy. One note: I have never used regular soy sauce when preparing this dish myself. I always use Indonesian Sweet Soy Sauce, which I'm sure lends a slightly different flavor. As written, just 3 points per one cup side serving or 6 points for a very generous 2 cup main dish serving. I actually think one cup is enough for a main dish.
Another way-too-simple-to-post recipe, but this is a frequent appetizer in our house and so I'm putting it here so I can add it to menus, shopping lists etc. I know that lots of others tend to make salads of this combination, but I prefer just a wedge of fruit with prosciutto. The combination of sweet and salty is unbeatable!
I found this recipe in Bon Appetit magazine in September 2003 and LOVED it! I never copied it, lost the magazine... and for some reason it never made it on to the epicurious web site. I was so bummed. Then lo and behold... I opened up an old box of cookbooks and found the magazine again. Here it is for safe keeping. I never use the bananas, but imagine they'd be good on it.
Quinoa is something that I always make for one since my husband has ZERO interest in it. Consequently, I'm always making it in addition to whatever side dish the rest of the family is having. So for me, quinoa needs to be super simple and tasty. Here is how I do it most often.