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    Yummy deep dish pumpkin custard with a strudel topping. Lower fat and sugar than similar recipes. This is the crust recipe I use for all of my pies, easy: deb k's recipe #45268 If desired, top with Cool Whip Free. I made this for Thanksgiving this year; I think it was best served cold the next day. I my recipe#398960 with the leftover evaporate milk, both were a big hit!!

    Recipe #331994

    This makes a big pot of thick seafood chowder, you almost need a fork to eat it! You can find crab and shrimp combo in the refrigerator section near the seafood - you could sub 1 can crab meat and 1 can baby shrimp if you can't locate the crab/shrimp combo.

    Recipe #331214

    I love spring rolls, but can't stand deep fried foods - this recipe saves calories and fat by baking not frying spring rolls. My family of three eats these for a light dinner, however, they also make a great appetizer.

    Recipe #329560

    It's fall in Wisconsin! Made this up last night after traveling to our local apple orchard and picking out a beautiful autumn cup winter squash, a 'cousin' of the butternut squash, too good not to share!

    Recipe #327224

    Rummaging around for a healthy snack one day and here's what I've come up with :) Easy, no mess and makes just enough for one! Less than 200 calories

    Recipe #326449

    Awesome snack mix that tastes like a cinnamon bun!! Great for on-the-go or even gift giving. Plus, its a snap to prepare - so good, you'll wish you made a double batch!

    Recipe #319833

    First Place Winner in RSC#12! Super rich peanut butter dark chocolate brownies with a thick peanut butter topping accented with chocolate drizzle! Serving size will vary on tolerance for rich, sweet foods - the first time I made these, I cut into 20 bars and some of my guests thought that half the size would have been enough... I, on the other hand, had two!

    Recipe #317920

    Easy fudgie oatmeal that's good for you too! I eat this amount for breakfast - if I'm doing it for lunch I'll double it.

    Recipe #315656

    Comfort food. Can be used as a side-dish although my family eats as a meatless meal during the summer when zucchini and squash are taking over. Make your own cornbread muffins to keep calories at bay.

    Recipe #315456

    This is a surprisingly different (and good) rhubarb pie. It's very tropical like and super easy to put together! I always use recipe#45268 for my pie crust and it comes out perfect every time!

    Recipe #314961

    The name says it all! I've been on a major oatmeal kick lately and wanted to create something that had just enough protein AND still very tasty! I use half a serving of Syntax Vanilla Bean protein powder with this recipe which has 12g of protein, as that is plenty of protein at one time for me - 1/2 a scoop measures a slightly heaping 1/8 cup. Your 'scoop' might be different sized - if you change the volume of the powder, you'll need to adjust the water accordingly. Don't skip the flaxmeal, I think its really important for the texture and flavor! I think you could use frozen blueberries, although I haven't tried it, just be sure to return your oatmeal to the microwave after adding them to warm them up. I usually don't add sugar or milk to my oatmeal and didn't include them in the recipe, but feel free to do so.

    Recipe #314321

    I was looking for an easy lunch with items that I had on hand and in my garden. Light, quick and easy - 'nuff said!

    Recipe #313885

    A black bean soup like no other! Unique and intensely flavored. Warmed pita's make a nice side to this exciting soup.

    Recipe #313367

    Peanut butter and oats plain and simple!! One of my favorite oatmeals in the morning when I'm feeling the need for something with added protein. WW points = 4

    Recipe #313204

    This is my favorite oatmeal - I'll eat it for breakfast or lunch! Very filling and super tasty with the dried cranberries, almonds and orange marmalade. Be sure to add the dried cranberries right away as they rehydrate while cooking which makes them very flavorful. If I'm not that hungry I'll reduce the oats to 1/4 cup and leave the other ingredients the same. Milk can be substituted for water if desired - when we ate oatmeal as little kids it was because we were out of milk for our cereal, so I always make my oatmeal with water.... personal preference is everything! *Note: 1 tablespoon of Smucker's sugar-free orange marmalade has 10 calories WW points = 3

    Recipe #313193

    This makes a super fast and light Greek inspired lunch! I use fresh basil from my garden.

    Recipe #313014

    Rhubarb, blueberries and strawberries combine with fat free sour cream and a crumble topping to make a sweet creamy pie loaded with fresh summer fruits! I use a half of recipe#45268 for my pie crust. Oh yeah, don't tell anyone, but its reduced fat and sugar too!!

    Recipe #310724

    Hominy and chicken combine in this chili flavored broth-based soup. Spicy, so hold on to your hat! More chicken can be added if desired. WW points = 4/serving

    Recipe #309700

    This is a spin-off of several rhubarb recipes I've tried recently, including one by Chef#537937... I liked the topping on one and the crust of another - put them together and 'ah ha!' Sweet and tart rhubarb dessert with a hint of cherries - easy to make and can be eaten soon after taking out of the oven; also wonderful served cold! A dollop of whipped cream or ice cream is a sweet addition.

    Recipe #306950

    I just love tofu shirataki noodles for lunch and am always looking for low calorie ways to prepare them. Here's one I created with a little leftover low-fat cream cheese and skim milk! Recipe makes one serving, but could easily be adjusted.

    Recipe #306607

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