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    This is one of my favorite breakfast smoothies when I'm on the fitness wagon. Instead of the cup of coffee you can instead use 1 Starbucks Via pack + 1c. water or a shot of espresso and water. I use vanilla protein powder.

    Recipe #518159

    Originally a variation of the Better Homes and Gardens red and white cookbook white sauce recipe

    Recipe #500640

    This recipe originates from Food and Wine, my sister in law passed it along. It is FANTASTIC! Great as a salad on a bed of greens, served it on toasted sandwich rounds (the 100 cal ones) on croissants or as an hor d'oeuvre as originally intended on toasted baguette rounds.

    Recipe #481509

    I originally found these on a forum on the Eat Clean Community Forum but wanted to save the recipe here and also get the nutrition info! They are yummy, easy and very healthy. I use raw sugar/sucanat but that is not an understood ingredient.

    Recipe #414707

    These pizzas are perfect for OAMC and you can make 2, 4 or 6 at a time kit style. I have included directions for freezing this right away but typically I make 5 to freeze and fix one right away for dinner.

    Recipe #435265

    This recipe is originally from Fix, Freeze Feast although it may have been altered slightly. I usually make 6 at a time and freeze for my OAMC club. Perfect for brunch with maple syrup. I usually serve with a quiche for a complete meal. I sometimes use less cream cheese depending on who's going to be eating it. You can substitute 1 cup fresh blueberries for the pie filling but recipe won't be as moist. Recipe may be doubled and prepared in a 9x12 pan if desired.

    Recipe #378294


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