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    POINTS® Value: 4 Servings: 4 Preparation Time: 20 min Cooking Time: 30 min Level of Difficulty: Easy Works with Simply Filling Purchase golden beets at your local health food store or produce market; they're sweet as can be and won't stain your hands red.

    Recipe #400954

    1 Reviews |  By SVSOUZA

    WW Zero Point Onion Soup Dip

    Recipe #400919

    POINTS® Value: 0 Servings: 8 Preparation Time: 10 min Cooking Time: 0 min Level of Difficulty: Easy You have to love a zero POINTS value dip that not only livens up crudite but also doubles as a fabulous finishing sauce for grilled chicken or pasta.

    Recipe #400918

    1 Reviews |  By SVSOUZA

    POINTS® Value: 3 Servings: 8 Preparation Time: 10 min Cooking Time: 65 min Level of Difficulty: Moderate Our take on a Thanksgiving classic features a light graham cracker crust. Just the right sweetness to offset the pumpkin pie spice.

    Recipe #400915

    from ww.com - check your own points but should be 4 points per 3 oz cooked.

    Recipe #400907

    from weight watchers.com - POINTS® Value: 2 Servings: 8 Preparation Time: 15 min Cooking Time: 45 min Level of Difficulty: Easy This stuffing is infused with the wonderful flavors of sage and chive. Whole wheat bread adds lots of healthy fiber.

    Recipe #400904

    from weight watchers.com POINTS® Value: 1 Servings: 8 Preparation Time: 10 min Cooking Time: 8 min Level of Difficulty: Easy Sweet potatoes are naturally sweet, nutrient-dense and mash into a wonderfully creamy concoction when blended with fat-free yogurt and a just a touch of sugar.

    Recipe #400905

    from WW.com By straining the gravy at the end, you get rid of any lumps and guarantee it will be silky smooth. And while some fat is used in this gravy recipe, it’s still just 1 POINTS® value for a generous 1/4 cup serving, so pour it on!

    Recipe #400880

    From Gina's Weight Watcher's Blog: For Christmas and thought individual mini meatloaves would be a perfect recipe to break it in. These low fat meatloaves are kid friendly and they cook quicker than making one big loaf. I actually prefer turkey meatloaf to beef, it's always moist and has great flavor. I replaced breadcrumbs with cholesterol lowering oatmeal for added nutrition. Serve this with Skinny Garlic Mashed Potatoes and a fresh veggie for a complete dinner.

    Recipe #392108

    From Gina's Weight Watcher's Blog: It doesn't get better than this in my book! Yum! Don't be fooled, just because it's creamed doesn't mean in bad for you. Simply pureeing the soup with an immersion blender and adding a little low fat sour cream does the trick. If you don't have one of these hand blenders, you really must get one of these. They save so much time in the kitchen. This soup is perfect as a first course or great for lunch. To make this thicker as a main course, you can add a large peeled russet potat

    Recipe #391946

    1 Reviews |  By SVSOUZA

    Classically trained chef Bob Waggoner is known for his haute update of low-country cuisine at Charleston Grill in Charleston, South Carolina. Here he puts a Southern spin on his easy version of the homey French country dish cassoulet by replacing the usual duck or goose confit with three varieties of pork—the South's favorite meat.

    Recipe #296995

    1 Reviews |  By SVSOUZA

    From the Food Network. This is the best dang pudding and the butterscotch sauce alone is TO DIE FOR. It's very sweet, so if you like your desserts extra sinful, this is for you!

    Recipe #273724

    This is my boyfriend's recipe, he likes things spicier, but I tried to take it down a little for more normal people :) Feel free to add or subtract as your tastes enjoy. Some of the can sizes will be off...just select the nearest can size.

    Recipe #250796

    grilled hearts of romaine salad with pear, hazelnut and red onion... so good, you won't believe it.

    Recipe #250795

    I had a tempura avocado at a local Japanese restaurant and loved it. I am struggling to find a recipe online but found this on the FoodNetwork website from the show Follow That Food. There's more to the recipe with ahi tuna, but this is the portion that deals only with the avocado. Episode: Follow That Avocado

    Recipe #243526

    1 Reviews |  By SVSOUZA

    These "bloody mary" burgers are spicy and juicy thanks to the tomato juice in the recipe. Enjoy!!

    Recipe #237733

    1 Reviews |  By SVSOUZA

    To keep these burgers tender, handle them as little as possible. To make the bread crumbs, whirl 2 pieces of firm-textured white bread in a food processor or blender until fine crumbs form. The following garnishes are not included in the recipe below: red-leaf lettuce leaves, hoisin sauce or Chinese mustard, and plum sauce or traditional ketchup. Prep time does not include making your own breadcrumbs.

    Recipe #237734

    From Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello. I love that these are made with turkey and can't wait to eat them.

    Recipe #237732

    1 Reviews |  By SVSOUZA

    From Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello. I can't wait to eat them. Living in Napa, I often find it interesting as to what people consider to be "napa fare"

    Recipe #237731

    2 Reviews |  By SVSOUZA

    Yummy and very spicy grilled asparagus, sure to kick up your menu. This is probably the best asparagus I've ever had and I would love to eat it all the time!

    Recipe #237729

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