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    I love spinach salads, dijon mustard and dried cherries so this was a hit with me from the get go. It's a Martha Stewart recipe and absolutely rocks! You could easily substitute dried cranberries, but the tartness of the cherries are amazing. Enjoy! Note: prep time includes time for toasting pumpkin seeds.

    Recipe #356435

    This recipe is from a Kraft magazine I recently picked up in the grocery store. It's simple, very chewy and delicious! We used dried cherries in place of the apricots because that's what we had on hand and also increased the coconut to 1/2 cup just because we love coconut. Have fun with your own version!

    Recipe #308786

    I know, I know, this site certainly doesn't need another banana bread recipe...but this is truly a wonderful, moist, nearly fat-free loaf. There's just the fat in the eggs, and you could probably substitute Egg-Beaters (although I've never tried it). Even my "why do we have to eat healthy" family love it....and they all swear to hate any baked goods made with whole wheat flour!

    Recipe #95883

    I got this recipe from Canadian Living magazine and the flavour is amazing! If you love blue cheese and horseradish, give this a try on your next grilled burgers. Delicious!

    Recipe #92443

    This quick and easy recipe comes from the Renees Dressing that is used in the salad....I've modified it slightly. It is absolutely delicious....sweet and tangy and refreshing...and the colour of it is beautiful. You should prepare it just before serving, which may be it's only setback, but it doesn't take long. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #92201

    Scrumptious! You can use bottled caramel sauce to save some time, and it works just fine.

    Recipe #77215

    Decadent, delicious......one of my favourites!

    Recipe #77208

    This is a very quick dinner because of all the prepackaged ingredients it uses. I make mine with fresh garlic....it's just a personal preference. You can also toss in some thinly sliced carrots or fresh snowpeas just before adding the coleslaw to dress it up.

    Recipe #76618

    Delicious and quick! Salad and garlic bread completes this perfectly.

    Recipe #76615

    This is a delicious sauce served over pasta or chicken breasts and so quick to put together. If your cherry tomatoes are quite sweet, you can get away with not adding the pinch of sugar. You decide! Enjoy!

    Recipe #70603

    We've been making these chewy morsels since I was a kid. They cool to a very flat cookie that looks like it should be crisp, but isn't. I really don't think you should use anything but butter, but that's just my opinion! You can add 1 cup of chopped walnuts if you'd like, too.

    Recipe #60852

    Delicious, refreshing salad that can really be adapted to your tastes. I got this from a friend and have had many rave reviews whenever I serve it.

    Recipe #60850

    These are very dense, very chocolately and very good!! Got this recipe at a WW meeting and believe it or not, each "muffin" has only 1 point! These aren't for you if you're looking for a fudgy type browine, but for those of us watching our weight....they can be a lifesaver! Enjoy! (P.S. You can even make them in the teeny tiny muffin tins....you'd probably get 48 or so...sometimes I make half tiny, half regular. Surprisingly, the tiny ones need almost as much cooking time...)

    Recipe #60847

    This is my mom's recipe and it truly is a cinch to make. But, you MUST have all your ingredients measured out and waiting prior to starting. There's no time in between steps for measuring! The most difficult thing is cleaning the bowl in between batches! Good luck and enjoy!

    Recipe #58383

    I got this recipe from a friend, who got it at a Weight Watchers meeting. It's so delicious you won't believe you're eating low fat! It doubles perfectly (I never make just one loaf!) and if you don't have enough banana, just use applesauce for the balance. It works like a charm. Enjoy!!! 2 points per 1/16 of a loaf.

    Recipe #57602

    These are my dad's favourite cookies. He says they remind him of the cookies his mom used to make. Chewy and delicious....they scream for an accompanying cold glass of milk or cup of tea. Enjoy!

    Recipe #52093

    This is a great way to use up all the end-of-season peaches or nectarines. This can also be made with drained, canned fruit when fresh isn't available. I'm going to give it a try with apples now that their season is approaching. Fast, easy and delicious! Serve with vanilla ice cream, whipping cream or eat it plain. Enjoy! P.S. Prep time includes peeling the fruit.

    Recipe #40178

    Very reminiscent of the dessert my grandmother used to bake. Saucy and cakey all at once with rich chocolate flavour that's not too sweet. I'm a cinnamon lover but actually prefer this recipe made without the cinnamon. This is perfect when you need to whip something up fast using ingredients you probably always have on hand. Enjoy!

    Recipe #39605

    Absolutely scrumptious! Definitely not low fat and it looks like ****, but it tastes great. I sometimes make mine in the crockpot when asked to bring it to a party and it works just as well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #37681

    This 3 ingredient confection disappears off the plate!! Easy to make and so far, everyone has loved it!

    Recipe #35464


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