Adapted from skinnytaste.com. RE: WW Simply Filling (Core), there's some debate over whether you have to count the EVOO if it's just a couple tsp/serving. I don't and have had outstanding results. So for me, this is a Simply Filling Recipe. If you count the EVOO, it's 1 pt. (For Flex: 5 WW Pts/serving)
I got this from my WW leader. Although I'm not normally crazy about chickpeas or spaghetti squash, but this is really good! Definitely better than simply the sum of its parts. I used canned tomatoes with green chilis which added a bit of spice and IMO "made" this recipe. I did not use dill or mint. This is 4 WW pts per serving.
From Taste of Home site, this was a huge hit when I served it to friends. Everyone loved it, but someone suggested it would be "over the moon" with a little chocolate. So next time, I'll probably replace one of the sorbet layers with chocolate ice cream or sorbet. Either way, it's easy and delicous as it stands. As written, it's 5 WW pts per serving.
Prep time includes final chill.
I was determined to find a YUMMY, healthier potato salad that wouldn't make me miss the mayo so much. This is it!!! As with most salads, leftovers are even better the next day. From Taste of Home site, with a few minor adjustments.
When I saw this recipe in WW Magazine, I HAD to try it. I LOVE lemon squares and have been looking for a lighter version. At first bite, I thought these were okay....but now I've had 3 and really have to put them away or I'll eat the whole pan. They do have that gooey consistency of a lemon bar! I guess I'd like them to be thicker and in that case would make them in a smaller pan...but then the portions would be smaller - it's all a trade. As written, the recipe is 3 pts per square. However, I used Land O Lakes light butter (oxymoron!) which brought it down to 2 pts per square.
This is a nice, lighter seafood lasagna. No cottage cheese. No mozzarella. No cream-of-anything soup. The secret is the SWISS CHEESE sauce - sounds crazy, but it works really nicely with the other flavors. I am generally not a fan of imitation crab (nothing's as good as the real thing!), but in this case you need the firmer texture to hold its own with everything else. It's 7 WW points/serving.
I've long been a fan of Peach Upside Down Cake, so when I found this recipe on the web, I had to try it. They're cooling right now and I can't wait to dig in!
NOTE: I halved the butter and brown sugar as an easy way to cut some fat and calories. I had a little trouble getting them out of the pan and some of the peaches slipped off and had to be put back on, but there doesn't seem to be a significant compromise to the muffin. I'm interested if the results differ if you use all the butter and brown sugar that's called for. Also, you could easily stretch more than 12 muffins out of this recipe.
The best and easiest roast beef I've ever had. Makes its own delicious gravy. Soooo tender and tasty. This is the only recipe I've seen use these foil instructions, but it works! Recipe is from "Fix-It and Forget-It Slow Cooker Magic." Ideal for 4 or 5 qt. crock pot.
This is from kraftfoods.com and is delicious!! Went over very well with DH & 5 year old! Enjoy!
P.S. I added asparagus to make it a complete meal. It would be good with broccoli, spinach or any other green vegetable as well.
This is from Betty Crocker's "Easy Family Dinners." Made it this morning for breakfast and DH and 5 year old both ate it up! I substituted low fat or fat free ingredients at every opportunity (egg product, l/f cheese, l/f cream cheese, etc.) and it was a great high-protein meal!