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    I came up with this super easy recipe when another recipe I was trying to make just didn't work out for me. I was trying to make a low fat Oreo pie. I had all the ingredients and when I was getting ready to assemble and tasted the main mixture I was horrified. Good news though 2 ingredients that I hadn't put in yet lite whipped cream and Oreo cookies. And this is the result.

    Recipe #305201

    I remember having something very similar to this as an appetizer at a party. When I asked for the recipe I was told that it was a family recipe from Hungaria and she just dumps it all in. I then decided to research it and this is what I have come up with. It is combination of several different recipes that I came across until I came up with the taste I remembered.

    Recipe #305179

    When we get together with friends for Chinese night I make these. It was something that I just threw together at the last minute with what I had in the house. The result best egg rolls ever in my opinion. Very Easy. I use the spicy breakfast sausage because I enjoy the little bit of heat but regular is fine. The amount you get depends on the amount of filling you put into each egg roll and how big your wrappers are.

    Recipe #305168

    I love, love, love green chilies! This is my simple and GREAT tasting green chilie. I use ingredients that most everyone should be able to find in their hometown grocery stores. You can use this in so many different dishes. I like to eat is as just a soup on cold days. I also freeze any left overs to use in any Mexican dish that calls for salsa. Great over pork or chicken enchiladas, chimichangas, or you can melt with cheese to make a great dip. I do not use any oil in this recipe and you never even miss it.

    Recipe #305100

    I love green chili, and french fries, and cheese 3 of my foods. All in one dish can't get any better than that. I make green chili at least once ever 2 months. I do not eat legumes (beans)......except for green beans. Any way this is how I like to make my chili cheese fries. Hope you all enjoy.

    Recipe #304947

    This is what I used for my WW Carrot Cake. I had to use what I had on hand and this is it. Hope you enjoy. This also good on coffee cakes and cupcakes, and brownies. I have even dipped graham crackers in it to get a little sweet in now and then. I do not use the whole recipe on my cake, but I did put it as 12 servings because that is how many slices of cake I cut. Comes to 2 pts WW.

    Recipe #303125

    I want my cake and I want to eat it too. AND I can. The idea came from the Hungry Girl website. I could not find her exact recipe so this is what I came up with. Now the cake does not rise up like normal cakes do. But, the flavor and moistness is awesome. It has the texture of a bread pudding, I did make a light sour cream glaze with pecans for the top and that added 2 points if you use the whole amount I usually only use half so I figure one point. Will list that recipe also.

    Recipe #303123

    This came from a local family owned restaurant. The mother ran the kitchen and made authentic Mexican food. I fell in LOVE with this guacamole because unlike others it did not have that sour processed taste. I asked for the recipe from a family member when they were getting ready to close and have treasured it since. Mother said "Real Mexican food is simple and tasty." I agree.

    Recipe #302970

    1 cup=2 point. I love cheese soup and following WW I was sure I was out of luck. Then, my leader gave me this recipe and I had to share it. It was great. It is not thick but it had all the flavor I was expecting. I did add the onion, garlic, and pepper I felt that it need them to help bring out the flavor I was looking for. I did not measure the spices but I think my amount would be about these measurements. I will freeze this to see how well it does and then let you all know.

    Recipe #302848

    I came up with this when I have left over green enchilada sauce. DH really liked this. Great served with mashed potatoes or rice. This would be a great OAMC dish because you can put the sauce over the chicken before freezing and use it like a dump chicken dish.

    Recipe #301507

    This is my recipe. I love chile relleno, but I wanted something with a little extra something and this is what I came up with. My DH and Sister absolutely love them as do my nephews. I usually do this in two steps (days) as it makes assembly easier. These freeze great so make a lot when peppers are in season.

    Recipe #301020

    I just came up with this. My DH & I had a wonderful oil based dipping sauce for bread at an Italian restaurant. I was shocked when DH tried it and like it. I was just thinking about that day and thought I can replicate that dipping sauce. This is what I came up with. I also tossed with bread and baked for croutons and breadcrumbs.

    Recipe #300964

    This is how I remember eating deer growing up. It is easy and I have never had any issues with a gamey taste. But if you are afraid of that you can soak you deer in milk for about 30 minutes. Great with fried potatoes and a salad. I like mine with steak sauce (57).

    Recipe #300907

    I use this to make meatballs and meatloaf. I usually make both at the same time so that I have one meal for today and one for later. I usually freeze the meatballs and then use with spaghetti, brown gravy, cream gravy, or bbq sauce on a sandwich. Very versatile and easy to reheat. I thaw overnight in fridge and then heat in sauce and serve over noodles.

    Recipe #300165

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