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    5 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    I love the flavour of guacamole so I came up with this simple, quick recipe for a pasta salad incorporating the same flavours. You can add a variety of other ingredients, cooked chicken would work particularly well. Serves 2 as a main dish or 4 as a side dish.

    Recipe #474318

    3 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a very flavourful, flexible recipe. If serving immediately, I add baby plum tomatoes but these can make the dressing thin if it's being stored before serving. If you cannot find korma powder, just use 1tbsp + 1tsp curry powder. I use penne for this recipe- if you are counting propoints, it's probably best to weigh the pasta to 150g as it varies so much by volume. This serves 4 as a smaller lunch portion or 2-3 as a main dinner dish.

    Recipe #474032

    This is a reduced fat version of the recipe on the back of the Hidden Valley Ranch packet that we absolutely loved making and eating this summer! I adapted it to suit my Weight Watchers programme. You could also try this recipe with ground turkey, although we love it with lean ground beef.

    Recipe #463256

    1 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a lovely soup, packed with veggies and flavour! The total recipe (not including milk) provides 2 Weight Watchers points.

    Recipe #440891

    1 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a delicious meal that is very similar to a risotto. It is particularly good in the summer when fresh ingredients are readily available. It's an old recipe that I've tweaked as I've made it. For a non-alcoholic version, simply use 4 1/2 cups (2 pints, 1.2 litres) of stock. Serves 3-4 as a main meal, more if used as a side dish.

    Recipe #431203

    2 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is my favourite version of a British classic. You can't beat beans on toast for a quick, cheap meal! It is important to use Heinz baked beans or some other brand that uses tomato sauce as the base, not barbecue sauce as is the American standard. Most US grocery stores have Heinz or Batchelors in the International aisle.

    Recipe #430346

    7 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    A bacon sandwich is a very British breakfast. This is my favourite version of it. The type of bacon to use is back bacon, not the typical American streaky bacon. Everyone has their favourite version of this recipe- this is just my take on a classic! My nephew is a picky eater and this sandwich was his first ever taste of bacon! To make this Weight Watchers friendly, I sometimes use the bacon medallions that have the fat trimmed off- if using these, reduce the cooking time so they don't dry out. This is also excellent served in a white roll with a fried egg.

    Recipe #424036

    3 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is such a simple, quick meal. It's a very British way to serve a baked potato! Baked beans here are different than in the US so if you can get a British brand, the recipe would be more authentic. British beans are cooked in a tomato sauce with no BBQ flavour. That said, I'm sure this would be yummy with BBQ beans as well!

    Recipe #424035

    I came up with this as an alternative to Mexican scramled egg wraps that I have tried. This recipe is packed full of veggies! If you find the veggie-egg ratio too heavy on the vegetables, just add more eggs! I use small (lite) wraps so this often makes 6 smaller wraps but if you use larger wraps it makes 4. Half this recipe is 10 Weight Watchers points.

    Recipe #423430

    This is a ridiculously easy and flexible dish. Feel free to use your favourite veggies in this recipe, although try to include the red pepper as it tastes particularly fabulous with the other flavours! Some recipes suggest blending the chilli sauce with the cream cheese but I prefer to leave them separate as it looks nicer and people can get as much of each as they want on each dip. The amount of cream cheese to use is half a small 200g/ 8oz pack. Fat free Philadelphia equates to Extra Light in the UK. Weight Watchers points for the whole recipe: 3 1/2 using 2 tablespoons of sweet chilli sauce.

    Recipe #422662

    5 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a lovely, flavourful but light dish that can be easily adapted for a diet with low fat ingredients. You can't get crushed pineapple where I live so I use pineapple chunks and chop them very finely. Cooking time includes half an hour of chill time.

    Recipe #422141

    3 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    I love this recipe for its versatility. I can make it Weight Watchers friendly by reducing the oil. I can vary the amount of chilli to give it more or less heat. And it can be served with a range of sauces/ dips to add extra flavour! Despite the long list of steps, it comes together surprisingly quickly. If you make these the healthy way using less oil, make the fritters smaller so they cook quickly without browning too much before the middle is cooked through.

    Recipe #419892

    3 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a favourite winter warmer. By British calculations, this whole recipe provides 9 points in total and I find it makes 4-6 bowls.

    Recipe #415406

    2 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is written as a Weight Watchers recipe but is easily adaptable to full fat ingredients and tastes good either way! It's not meant to be a complicated, balanced meal but a quick, tasty supper dish that goes well with just about anything. I like the flavour of garlic to be quite strong so feel free to use less if you do not.

    Recipe #413720

    5 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is brilliant for Weight Watchers and is tasty even for those not watching their waistlines! The whole recipe, made as written, provides 15 points. I find it makes 6 bowls, so it's only 2.5 points per bowl. It's so filling that you won't be hungry until your next meal! It's worth including the parsnip in this recipe even though they can be hard to find as its flavour shines through in this dish. Make this soup vegetarian by using vegetable stock rather than chicken stock.

    Recipe #413368

    1 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a very tasty, filling meal. It can be used as a side dish or as a main course. For those following Weight Watchers, the whole recipe provides 16.5 points, assuming you use low fat cheese. Prep time includes time for the polenta to set.

    Recipe #413210

    3 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a lovely mediterranean side dish, and healthy too! It's easy to make while your main dish bakes in the oven. If you are on Weight Watchers, count 2.5 points per tablespoon of olive oil that you use. So if you make it as written, the whole recipe contains 2.5 points.

    Recipe #413205

    6 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is my response to craving mexican food but not being able to have the calories. This soup is very filling and low points- 6 1/2 for the whole recipe. You can control the heat of this recipe by the type of salsa you add- I usually use mild. Whatever heat you choose, it should be fresh salsa so the cilantro and other flavours are strong enough. If you really like it hot, add some chillies! I like to chop the ingredients fairly small for this recipe so you get an even flavour balance in every bite.

    Recipe #411269

    3 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    I came up with this as a solution to leftover coconut milk and a fresh pineapple. And even on Weight Watchers, it was worth saving points for this dessert. The whole recipe has a total of 8 points. The rum for this dessert should be golden- a light rum will not produce the same depth of flavour. Number of servings will depend on the size of pineapple used- increase the sauce if using a large pineapple.

    Recipe #406608

    6 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    Since starting Weight Watchers, I have missed the flavour of Mexican foods. But with calorie-filled toppings and wraps, they're not always diet-friendly. So I came up with this meal- it has the flavours of Mexican food without the majority of the calories and if you have extra points, you can even add a little guacamole or sour cream on top! It's worth using fresh salsa, not the jarred stuff for this recipe- it adds a lovely fresh bright flavour. Using extra lean beef, this recipe has a total of 19 Weight Watchers points by British points calculations.

    Recipe #406576

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