I am NOT a fan of anything fat-free BUT, this salad is just great! It uses fat-free mayonnaise, and plain low fat yogurt. It gets its wonderful flavor from curry powder, fresh lemon juice, crisp apple, crunchy celery and chewy raisins. Great on whole wheat bread! Please try it, you won't be sorry!
A warm and spicy soup, filled with beans, corn, tomatoes, taco seasonings, and cheese--topped off with your favorite taco toppings. This is great for football game watching or just plain eatin' on a cold wintry day!
A sweet and crunchy snack mix, good for any time! Crisp cereal is coated with a melted butterscotch/peanut butter mixture and sprinkled throughout with chocolate chips. Break apart when cool and put in a pretty tin for gift giving OR keep it for yourself :) (I'll never tell !)
Spicy, saucy sandwiches made in the crock pot. Perfect for football games, tailgates, pot lucks, or camping! Kinda like a meatball sub, but the ground beef/hot sausage is formed into a patty (like a burger). Serve in warm buns with some mozzarella or provolone cheese. YUM!
This recipe was a favorite of my grandmother and mine until it was lost for many years. I wrote to our local newspaper cooking column on a hunch, to see if anyone could locate it , and low and behold, some kind reader found it and quickly shared it! I am so happy to have it in my possession once again and am posting it here for safe keeping. It is a wonderful little gem of a cake.
This is a lower fat, delicious, tasty, filling soup loaded with thick, chewy cheese tortellini, Italian turkey sausage and wonderful veggies ! This recipe came from Light & Tasty magazine. A meal in itself!
This is a wonderful blend of ingredients for a "Chef Salad". Great HOT WEATHER food ! Sliced turkey or chicken, shrimp, sliced ham, cheese, hard boiled eggs, olives, pickled beets, some sliced red onion and any and all other ingredients tossed with cold crisp lettuce! This is perfect! It will keep , refrigerated of course for up to 2 weeks!
This wonderful pie is just too good for words! I think it's the sour cream that adds so much richness without overpowering. I got this recipe from a junior high school cook I work with. She brought this pie to a get together and I JUST HAD to have the recipe! So smooth, creamy and sweet, it does not taste diabetic! I love this pie!