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    3 Reviews |  By Saya

    I made this recipe up as a surprise for my husband on our anniversary. We are on Weight Watchers so we have to watch our fat, calories and fiber. But, he loves Mexican food. He loved it! So I thought I'd share it here and see what you think :)

    Recipe #229616

    3 Reviews |  By Saya

    As a Weight Watcher I am always trying to shave a calorie or two without sacrificing flavor! I made this as a side to go with my Recipe #229616. My husband - a true Mexican food fan - loved it! Hope you do too.

    Recipe #229863

    This is a low fat, healthy alternative to traditional banana breads. I think it is very good, and I doubt that anyone you serve it to would know the difference between this bread or one made with higher calorie, cholesterol ladened oils. Total calories, as I figured them (RecipeZaar figures them differently) w/ Walnuts/ Craisins - Calories 1485/ Fat 25.75/ Fiber 32 - 1 Loaf Serving = 186/3.2/4 - WW Pts = 3. Half Loaf Srvg = 2 WW Pts. My calorie totals w/ out Walnuts/ Craisins - Calories 1155/ Fat 5.75/ Fiber 27 - 1 Loaf Servings = 144/>1/3.4 - WW Pts = 2. Half Loaf Srvg = 1 WW Pt. If using crushed pineapple instead of mandarin oranges, the calorie count would drop by 60 calories for the whole batch - 140/0/2 - that is, 7.5 calories @ srvg (mini-loaf sz) - fat/fiber would remain the same - so the variance is minimal, and would not change WW Pts. You could also add - 1/3 cup Sweetened Coconut - 117/7.9/1.1 (adds abt. 8g sugar) - with or w/out the walnuts, or double the Coconut to 2/3 cup, dropping the walnuts all together! All variations would change WW Pts count - adding 1/3c coconut in addition to chopped walnuts would change to: 1602/33.65/33.1 - 8 srvgs = 200/4.2/4.2 or 4 Pts. Replacing 1/3 cup coconut flakes for the 1/4 cup walnuts, would leave the point count the same as originally figured: 3 Pts @ mini-loaf srvg. Okay, just a thought here - but, I'll bet this recipe would make great cookie too! They would be moist, soft cookie - if you made 24 cookie - even w/ the walnuts and craisins - they'd be about 1 WW Pt for each cookie. Really, there are so many variations you could do to this recipe! You could add some dried candied fruit to make it a fruit cake type loaf or cookie (probably adding loads of calories and points - but for a occasional treat you might consider it - if you do that, I'd use broken walnuts, not chopped - bigger chunks like in regular fruit cake). I hope I've given you enough info so that you can, without doing much math, figure the various calorie or points totals. Sorry for the lengthy introduction, but I really think this recipe is great! Let me know what you think! I appreciate your input or suggestions.

    Recipe #352623

    I was attempting to make a batch of German Warm Cabbage that was lower in fat and calories than the recipe that I had was. That recipe called for 1/4 lb. of fried bacon, along with the grease that resulted from the frying. Not to go into all the ugly details, but my attempt to use Pam and Baco-Bits didn’t turn out too well. Apparently for the recipe to work, as was written, it needed both the bacon and the bacon grease – ingredients that I hadn’t used. My failed attempt resulted in the potential waste of a perfectly fine head of cabbage, as well as all the other ingredients I had used to make what had ended up being a flop! Not one that likes to waste food, I decided to go in a different direction with the ‘flopped’ yet somewhat prepared ingredients – not knowing if it would be worth eating at the end. As it turned out, the salad that resulted from my efforts was pretty good! And, low in fat and calories to boot! Hope you like it!

    Recipe #293892


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