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    My take on green bean casserole.

    Recipe #444578

    This a very yummy and little bit different take on scalloped corn. It was the only way I would eat corn growing up. I have also made this in the crock pot. Cook on low 4 hours or high 2 hours.

    Recipe #444575

    The only change I made to this was omit the onions. Feel free to add them to the step when you saute squash. This is an easy and refreshing side dish. 1 serving=1 point

    Recipe #431503

    This is a restaurant quality salad without all the the calories and fat. I adapted it from Cooking Light Magazine. Feel free to add green onions or substitute cayenne for the ground chipotle powder. Nutrition Facts: 293 calories/13.6 g fat/22.4 g protein/19.9 g carbs/6.6 g fiber

    Recipe #431439

    It doesn't take much to be sweeter than the devil. However, these are too sweet to be considered deviled!

    Recipe #419007

    This is a healthier version of Alfredo. If you want it a little thicker, reduce the half and half to 3/4 or 1/2 cup. The Parmigiano-Reggiano is the secret to this great tasting alfredo. Feel free to add garlic salt or fresh garlic.

    Recipe #417462

    An original creation that is too good to lose! I hope you enjoy it. I chopped my veggies in a mini food processor to save time and ensure they were finely chopped.

    Recipe #411092

    The difference in this pizza is the homemade sauce. Feel free to add bacon or experiment with the cheese. Enjoy! My prep time includes time for the crust to rise.

    Recipe #405431

    This was inspired by a broccoli cheese stuffed potato recipe I found, but it seemed to be a little labor intensive, so I decided it would work better as pizza. This is an original "sbera007" creation! We were serving 6 so we let our dough rise so it would spread into a jelly roll pan. If using a store bought dough, I would double the dough. Feel free to half the topping for 4 people and use a single store bought dough. Halving the recipe will alter the cooking time a little bit. (NOTE: I included the time for the dough to rise in the recipe time. This will be different if you use a different pizza crust).

    Recipe #386219

    We had tons of sweet corn we had cooked and I had to get really creative with my recipes. I adapted this recipe from another recipe I found in a Taste of Home Pasta cookbook. This can be a vegetarian meal or side dish, or add some grilled chicken for the meat eaters in your home!

    Recipe #386208

    A guilt free way to enjoy a comfort food classic. Makes great spaghetti and meatball sandwiches. You could even make them a little smaller and use on a pizza or in a calzone. This is 152 calories per serving:)

    Recipe #377621

    Found this recipe in an old cookbook. The original called for Healthy Choice Cream of Roasted Garlic Soup. Nevertheless, they don't make it anymore, so I put this copy cat together.

    Recipe #377619

    I started a diet and didn't want to starve myself. I have been trying to lighten up my favorite foods. Here is one version! This also make great meatball sandwiches the next day. Feel free to omit the zucchini if it isn't in season. When I feel like chopping more, I add 1/2 an onion to the sauce. You may want to adjust seasonings depending on the flavor of your sausage. I used sweet Italian and the measurements below were just fine. (305 calories per serving with the turkey sausages included in the facts.)

    Recipe #377515

    I was looking through all the Mexican manicotti recipes and none of them use enchilada sauce. This is the product of that experiment. I suggest making recipe#71916. It is my go to sauce recipe. You can adjust the spice level by using a spicy or mild chili powder.

    Recipe #376432

    I originally got this idea watching Aaron McCargo on the food network. Of course, his were fried and I am trying to watch my weight. After a few attempts, I have come up with this super easy baked version. I figured out the nutrition facts for four servings, including chips, and it comes out to about 295 calories and 10 grams of fat per serving (approximately 2.5 strips).

    Recipe #375603

    I love black bean and corn salsa, but almost everyone makes it with onions (which I won't eat raw). I found recipe#117812 and ran with it for this salsa. The key is having good salsa. If you don't like it hot omit the pepper and use mild salsa. Experiment with jalapeno, serrano, habanero, the possibilities are endless. If you do, use hot salsa and add peppers one at a time until desired heat. This is also great with 3/4 cup Mexican cheese blend. I hope you enjoy. TIP:Always rinse canned beans, it drastically reduces the sodium.

    Recipe #374778

    This is one of my bf favorite dishes with a healthy twist. We did the math and this ends up about 380 per serving (2 stuffed noodles). Enjoy sans guilt!

    Recipe #374668

    I originally got this recipe from Eating Well magazine. It was a baked beans and sausage dish. We were making bbq chicken on the grill, so I figured why not try it without the sausage. My bf said it was way better than the original recipe, so I thought I should post it. Feel free to experiment with the beans. I have made it with white kidneys beans and it is still yummy. If you are watching your weight this is a great, easy to prepare side dish for the summer months! Note: Make sure to rinse the beans it will cut down the sodium in this dish, so don't be afraid of the nutrition facts. I don't think recipezaar takes into account rinsing the beans when it figures the nutrition information.

    Recipe #371568

    I have a weakness for pasta, but decided it was time to be more conscious of what I was eating. This is the product of that experimentation. The best part of this recipe is that you use the same pan for everything but the noodles. Who doesn't love easy clean up? This makes a good six to eight servings depending on how many big eaters you have in your family. If you half the recipe, keep the tomato, spinach and zucchini the same and half all other ingredients. Also, if you don't like spice omit the crushed red pepper.

    Recipe #370693

    At our house, you can never have too much stuffing. We used sausages from a little local grocery. They had a little bit of spice which really added great flavor. Feel free to use any cream soup ( celery, mushroom, potato would be good too.) If desired, combine half of stuffing mix and combine with 2 tbs. of melted butter and use as a crust on top of the casserole. This will yield a little creamier casserole.

    Recipe #368369

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