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    A great throw-together lowfat meal. (2 WW points). Freezes well for make-ahead lunches. Sometimes I add garbanzo beans. This is from the Secrets of Lowfat Cooking cookbook, a great resource.

    Recipe #66064

    From Eating Well April/May 2005. I have used boneless skinless thighs, and it worked very well. I also suggest using fresh mint!

    Recipe #116150

    From a WW cookbook. Very tasty and quick. Low in calories and fat (chickpeas stretch the peanut butter flavor). Only 4 WW points per serving!

    Recipe #57557

    These are yummy and very versatile -- I made them this morning with chopped hazelnuts. A great low fat on the go breakfast!

    Recipe #65381

    This comes from Better Homes and Gardens "Crockery Cooking."

    Recipe #67786

    From Eating Well Feb-March 2005. This is healthy and quick, using frozen and canned veggies! Would be good with kalamata olives and feta cheese added.

    Recipe #107912

    From Rick Bayless in the Feb-March 2005 Eating Well. I think that this would work well in a crockpot, too!

    Recipe #107508

    A great weight watchers recipe from better homes and gardens. 1 point per roll.

    Recipe #80469

    From Crescent Dragonwagon's "Passionate Vegetarian" book. Very interesting way to have guacamole with much less fat by using low-fat peas to stretch the avocado.

    Recipe #81185

    Great for light lunch or to bring to potluck for a low-fat alternative (easily doubles). 2 WW points, from the Secrets of Fat Free Cooking cookbook. Also, olive oil can be omitted to lower fat even more.

    Recipe #66063

    stolen from the Tucson Community-Supported Agriculture newsletter; placed here for safe-keeping!

    Recipe #143817

    This was found on allrecipes.com. The original recipe called for a whopping 7 teaspoons of salt! We cut that considerably when we made it, and it was delicious, but still very salty. This version is salted to taste. We served this with basmati rice and it was yummy!

    Recipe #74107

    Another gem from Eating Well (April/May 2005).

    Recipe #116149

    Mom made these every Christmas. They are truly addictive--try them for your next party! This makes about 80 meatballs.

    Recipe #83495

    BF made this last night--it is from the FEB 2004 Healthy Cooking. It is delicious! Very lime-y, so reduce the lime juice if this scares you! 6 WW points per serving. BF added grilled chicken, it was a perfect combo. This would be easy to make veggie--just sub the broth.

    Recipe #87208

    This is from the Better Homes & Gardens "Crockery Cooking." I am trying it this weekend!

    Recipe #86166

    Mizuna is a yummy Asian mustard green. Adapted this recipe from www.epicurious.com

    Recipe #151423

    Found this in the back of a weight watchers magazine, and served them at my housewarming party. they were a hit. I used both red and green jalapenos, and they were very pretty. you can eat 2 poppers for 1 WW point!

    Recipe #67669

    This was from Bon Apetit Sept 2001. Very very good. We adjusted the recipe to make it lower in fat. This makes a lot, but you'll want the leftovers!

    Recipe #65561

    From Diabetes Forecast. Looks awesome, posting here for safe-keeping.

    Recipe #377128

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