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    My mom always made this awesome chocolate pie, but since i have adopted a low carb lifestyle I tweaked this a little to make it diet friendly. Great for diabetics or just anyone trying to watch their sugar intake or gluten sensitive people. Its very yummy!

    Recipe #478587

    I love ice cream, especially home made, and I wanted one i could still eat on low carb. So I made this one. I was afraid it wouldnt turn out but it was Perfect!!! So good. Its very sweet. I used 5 tblsp and thought it was soo good but if you dont like your ice cream real sweet then you may but down on the truvia just a tad.

    Recipe #474118

    I love starbucks mocha frappuccino, but I watch my carb intake. Regular Frapps are LOADED with sugar and carbs. After a few tries i think i finally got it right! Very yummy and Low carb friendly!

    Recipe #473635

    Just something I kind of adapted from other recipes I have used to make them a little healthier and less sugary, lower fat and more fiber. Not using butter saves almost 300 calories and they are still very good. Especially for those trying to watch what you eat and for people who eat healthy but crave the occasional treat!

    Recipe #386352

    This will calm your craving for pizza! Only 5 points, and honestly quite filling. You could top it with and veggies you like. It's pretty versatile.

    Recipe #376023

    I have kind of adapted this recipe to my taste and to be WW friendly, and it is DELICIOUS! You can add any vegetables you like really. Use black or green olives (I don't because I don't like olives), spinach, etc.. Use your imagination and taste buds. Makes a 5 point 1-1/2 cup serving (very filling) Note: You can add feta cheese or goat cheese. It will up the calories a tad bit

    Recipe #375730

    I got this Recipe from "Fed up" on the Veria channel, by Andrea Beaman. It's very easy and actually really tasty! I love it. So healthy too, tons of fiber, and truly a healthy dish. Very filling, I eat it for lunch sometimes by itself. WW friendly.. I use organic ingredients The only difference is, I don;t use meat in it when I make it, she used cooked chopped chicken. I prefer it without, as I usaually pair it with a WW spiced tilapia recipe I found here on Zaar, and goat cheese and scallion stuffed cherry tomatoes, asparagus, or some other veggie.. Yum

    Recipe #373666

    I just threw this together to have a quick soup. I love soup with vegetables thrown in together with tomato sauce. You can use any veggies, and spices you want. I mainly posted this to get the nutritional values.

    Recipe #372747

    Something different, but yummy for breakfast- 5 points...6 points if you choose to use 2 eggs.. Also, add whatever vegetables you like; mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, etc..

    Recipe #372125

    Another recipe my mom used to make. Its different, but SO good! Definitely not like a traditional taco salad. Its a nice alternative though!

    Recipe #343008

    Another one fo my moms recipes that I love! We always called it mexican dip, but the word dip doesn't really fit, as we can eat this for a meal. Its very filling! And so good.

    Recipe #342990

    My mom used to make this when I was little, and i love it! Its a nice twist on the usualy cronbread. Try it, I think you'll enjoy it. Sorry for the bad directions!

    Recipe #342947

    Here's a recipe I have been trying to figure out for a long time. You know that white sauce that they give you along with salsa when you sit down at a Mexican restaurant. This is as close as i could come. I cant help but still feel like its missing "something". So please, feel free to experiment and comment.. PS: It's NOT supposed to be a Cheese sauce at all. They do serve cheese sauces at mexican restaurants, but this particular sauce has no cheese. Anyone who has had it, will know what it is because its so good!

    Recipe #334044


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