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    The proverbial statement "You know you are a Weight Watcher when..." could easily be completed with you have heard of or tried chicken simmered in a sauce made of equal parts ketchup and diet cola. While I love the dish for it's simplicity, I find it too sweet for my tastes. Inspired by Recipe #219157 and the addition of onions to add a savory note, I decided to play with the classic and developed this version. Though there are a few more ingredients, it is just as easy to prepare as the original. (WW 4 points per serving and Core)

    Recipe #303856

    Rhubarb season is still a few weeks away but I am already thinking about the dishes to come. This one, found in a WW cookbook is on the top of my list to try as the components are among my favorites. Though this is listed as breakfast fare, great with yogurt, oatmeal or pancakes, I think it would also make a great dessert as well.

    Recipe #302785

    Another meal inspired by a recipe from *Eating Well* magazine. Don't you just love it when you can assemble a fancy feeling dish that is actually quite easy in less than 30 minutes. The sauce here is aromatic and flavorful and I like to add a little extra broth so there is a bit more to spoon over brown rice. At just 5 WW points per serving, this is a real dandy.

    Recipe #295439

    Ran out of curry powder recently and replaced it not once but twice. My surplus of this spice blend sent me in a hunt for ways to enjoy my bounty. This is a reduced fat adaptation of a recipe from BHG. I just love slow cooker recipes for the ease of dump and run cooking. This one is a bit more involved since you need to prepare the lighter substitute for coconut milk. If you are not concerned about fat or calories, feel free to use regular or light coconut milk instead. A wonderful, rich flavored curry for just 5 WW points that is even better the next day.

    Recipe #294451

    I recently found this recipe in a cookbook given to me by another Zaar member. My family always makes candy for our holiday tins and this looks as though it would be a great addition to the collection. Have not tried it yet, so feedback is welcome. The name praline strikes me as peculiar since that term is generally given to southern confections made with pecans, not walnuts. This makes smallish pieces so you may want to double as I will. Cooking time includes initial cooling time.

    Recipe #294243

    Bananas and lime work well together in general evoking tropical flavors. This cake is actually from the UK, from a volume given to me in a cookbook swap. After GEMA's disappointing review, I made this myself and made some minor changes (namely reducing the flour by two tablespoons and adding a tablespoon of yogurt) and clarifying the directions according to preparation in my own kitchen. I found the cake to be a lovely snacking cake perfect as a midday sweet or informal dessert. As a low-fat chef, I was pleased to find the cake had a natural moistness drawn from the bananas, yogurt and raisins.

    Recipe #294110

    Fig and ginger jam or conserve is so delectable on a warm baked bread or scone, so why not bake the fruit and spices right into the dish? This is an Australian recipe adapted in my kitchen.

    Recipe #292598

    My personal rendition of a WW recipe that I love because it packs all the flavors of NOLA while managing to be both fast and light. The level of heat here varies so much based on your brand of Cajun spice and sausage - so taste and adjust accordingly. For those who *do* count points, try finding the lowfat chicken andouille sausage. Half the points of the regular so you can add more to the dish. (Points confirmed on WW Recipe Builder.)

    Recipe #292597

    Cold outside and nothing is more appealing than a steaming bowl of soup. Add the sweetness of the parsnips with aromatics of leeks and peppery kick of ginger and you have a great light meal or starter.

    Recipe #288330

    Wanted to make a black bean chili or soup and couldn't decide what recipe I wanted to follow so the result was a combination of several unique recipes found here on RecipeZaar. Red beans, butternut and corn is a classic combination in South American cooking. So why not black Beans instead? Adding chipotles just gives it a Tex-Mex twang. The combination of cinnamon, chipotles and barley malt syrup gives this vegan dish a spicy taste with a mildly sweet back note. (Each serving is a generous 1 1/2 cups and just 4 WW points as per the Recipe Builder. Exact portion amount will depend on how much liquid you add)

    Recipe #287400

    A quick scan of my recipe collection reveals my fondness for fruit sauces with poultry or pork. So when I found this one in a Weight Watchers cookbook, I was instantly taken with it. Though I will not try this until later this week, the presentation here includes my modifications. I have made this with dried cherries and it was superb, almost better than the original. If using cherries, reduce the amount of ginger a small amount. (5 points)

    Recipe #286118

    Received this recipe from an e-newsletter and instantly swooned. Peppery ginger with pockets of crispy toffee in a chewy cookie with a sugary exterior. Have not made these yet, but keeping this here for safe keeping. Recipe developed by Sarah Taverner.

    Recipe #285851

    My version of a wonderful recipe courtesy of Weight Watchers. Don't tell'em its healthy just let then enjoy the great flavors of this easy side dish. This dish is 1 point per serving and Core.

    Recipe #285802

    Long before sloppy joes became an American classic, picadillo was a fixture in Cuba. It is economical, easy and quick -- a winning combination. In this version, inspired by *Eating Well* turkey is used as a lighter alternative to ground beef. Serve this over white rice with Recipe #134349 and a salad.

    Recipe #285767

    Another addition to the dozen variations on turkey hash available here. The original recipe is courtesy of *Eating Well* magazine and presented here includes my modifications. A wonderful way to create a fresh take on your holiday leftovers. Serve at brunch or a light supper with poached eggs or just simply enjoy it as a one dish meal. If served along with lots of other items, this will serve six, otherwise 4 adults.

    Recipe #282271

    Looking for new ways to enjoy my vegetables without adding a lot of calories, I came upon this lovely side. Lemon gives these a nice zip the basil a sweet herbal note. add a nice touch, they remain soft enough to pair this with lots of dishes. For a 0 point, I've also made this with Butter Buds.

    Recipe #278799

    What could be nicer than a soulful bowl of soup filled with beautiful vegetables, healthy grains and lean protein? Finding one that is also quick and easy to prepare. Since following the WW Core program for two years, I continue to look for recipes that are share the healthy principles of the program. Found this recipe in Better Homes & Gardens and adapted it to my palette. For Core WW members, this is Core plus 2 points for the nectar in the whole dish.

    Recipe #278772

    Shortbread is one of my favorite cookie types for its silken texture. So when I stumbled on this recipe combining it with two of my favorite ingredients -- coffee and chocolate -- my eyes opened wide. I have not tried this yet but know this is the safest place to keep it as loose papers and web links inevitably get lost. If you get a chance to try it before I do, feedback is welcome.

    Recipe #278544

    This dish was developed for the *Make it Healthier Game* and based on 3KillerB's Recipe #208573. My sister in law's mother also makes a custard based macaroni and cheese so I was interested in the chance to work on a version that while not low-fat, certainly lower than most dishes of this sort. Use the sharpest cheddar or other cheese you can find for best results. The zucchini is a nice way to add extra volume to the dish without adding calories. If your family is averse to green, peel the zucchini first.

    Recipe #276798

    Looking for lower point lunch options, I came on this one in a favorite Weight Watchers cookbook. The dressing alone is divine and could be used in any salad that combines either chicken or turkey with fruit. Either pineapple or pears would work well here and would make a good substitution for the grapes. The salad does not sit well so combine the dressing and components just before serving.

    Recipe #274470

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