Just a smaller version of a classic diner-style sandwich...a warm or cold version. Makes for a great finger appetizer for a party or serve a few of these aside a bowl of warm soup and a crunchy dill pickle for a nice lunch or easy dinner or just eat as a snack. If you are on Weight Watchers Point System, don't use the bacon and each "club" is 1 point. This recipe is courtesy of Nabisco.
Not sure where she got this but my Aunt Joanie, who is on WW, makes this for a mid-morning snack and says it's filling. It's 2.5 points per 8 oz serving; recipe will make 2 servings. You can use any type of frozen fruit but she likes to use blueberries, because of the antioxidents. Enjoy!
This soup is the best! My mom owns a catering business and her chef makes this for the cafe. Flavorful and hearty, even has a bit of a kick to it. Serve with warm crusty bread...a great meal on a fall/winter day.
These are similar to a sloppy joe or a cheeseburger and this recipe is written specifically to make ahead and freeze until you want them. Kid friendly, works great for busy weeknights served aside some french fries or tater tots. This recipe has been in my family for years; came from my Aunt Weezie out in Indiana.
A simple and comforting crock pot soup. It's so easy that the only work you have to do is chop the onions and cilantro; the rest is a "dump and go"! Recipe is very adjustable to fit everyone's diet preferences: if you're watching your fat intake and/or are watching carbs, use cooked turkey meatballs, omit the rice and use low fat or fat free toppings. You can also use low sodium broth and tomatoes, if watching your salt intake.
Lots of chicken fried steak recipes out there but it's the ranch dressing mix ingredient in this recipe that makes for a great tasting flavor in the breading. I also like this recipe because it calls for cube steak; a cut of meat that is inexpensive yet I have trouble finding recipes on s variety of ways to prepare it. Great for those busy weeknight dinners when you have to have dinner on the table in a flash. I bread my meat the night before and refrigerate, to save some time.
This recipe was passed onto me by a vegetarian friend and co-worker. She is moving back to Canada in a few days and passed on this recipe.....and I'm spreading the wealth! Her mom in Canada makes this as a side dish for each Canadian holiday but my friend and her husband enjoy it so much that they make it any day of the year. It's healthy and very simple. If you are not a vegetarian, you can add some cooked chicken breast to the dish.
Easy, quick and good for you soup. This recipe is actually from a WW website; but for my low carb diet I added some lean ground beef and made some other adaptions. If you are on WW, skip the beef and it's 0 points per serving. If you are watching your sodium intake, use low sodium broth and no added salt tomatoes.
Serve this aside of your favorite shellfish or seafood recipe for dipping; goes well with fish prepared both breaded and non-breaded. Much, much better than drawn butter....I promise. Also, not for the health conscious.
An easy, no fuss crock pot dinner. I serve this aside of mashed potatoes or Recipe #64252 and applesauce. Recipe is courtesy of "Fix It and Forget About It" cookbook, with a few of my own adaptations to the recipe.
We went south for Thanksgiving this year and this was served at dinner. This is baked and served right in a cast iron skillet; you can use a 12 or 15 inch cast iron skillet. Scrumptious; it's a side dish and dessert all in one! Prep time does not include the cooking and mashing of the sweet potatoes.
Very easy and a quickly cooked side dish made in the crock pot: dump and go. Serve these at breakfast or as a side dish at dinner; or double the recipe and eat for dinner and serve as leftovers with tomorrow mornings breakfast. This recipe worked out great for me because I had to use up some hash brown patties; the standard ingredient usually called for in this dish is the hash browned potatoes. This recipe is courtesy of "Fix It and Forget It" crock pot cookbook.