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    A recipe that I ran across on a WW forum. It combines some of my favorite ingredients to give them a whole new look. For you WWs, this recipe is CORE. If you aren't dieting or just have points to spare, feel free to sprinkle the tops with breadcrumbs and/or cheese before baking.

    Recipe #297996

    Not sure quiche is the right word but eggs + milk, baked, sounds like a quiche to me. The "secret" ingredient is cornmeal. The cornmeal sinks to the bottom so you have a kind of polenta-y/cornbread-y bottom. Recipe from WW Core forum. IHNTY

    Recipe #297941

    From DWLZ Core forum. This makes a TON! I made it with fresh mangoes and peach gelatin, with a shot of coconut extract for a tropical flair. Be sure to press all the juice out of the pineapple!

    Recipe #297939

    If you use your imagination, you have a pretty good coconut custard pie for dieters, sans the crust. I found this recipe on a WW blog site and bravely tried it. Before you get excited, no, it doesn't taste like Mom's coconut pie, but if you crave dessert (I did) and happen to be following WW Core diet plan (I am), Bob's your uncle! ;-) Prep time does not include cooking the squash - use your favorite method for this, microwave or oven or use up leftovers as I did. The original recipe called 4 eggs, but I used 2 + 1/2 cup Eggbeaters. The fat-free margarine option: this was in the recipe as I copied it but that's not something I ever use. Unable to think of a reasonable substitute, I left it out altogether. My pie turned out just fine but use the margarine if you prefer. Or heck, go all out and sling in some butter. Just don't forget to count the points!

    Recipe #297937

    Mmm! Coffee cake made easy by our good friend Bisquick. A quick crust is topped with a choux pastry, baked, then drizzled with maple glaze.

    Recipe #293269

    When you see bacon drippings as an ingredient, ya'll just know it's southern food. ;-) A stand mixer would be your new best friend when you make this easy, no-knead bread. Rising time is included in prep time.

    Recipe #293247

    Recipe from Sandra Lee - Semi-Homemade Cooking - a remade version of a Tyler Florence recipe.

    Recipe #292624

    When my sweet tooth was _aching_ I concocted this treat using what I had on hand. I used all low-sugar/fat ingredients but that certainly isn't a requirement.

    Recipe #291749

    Feeling exceedingly guilty for serving sandwiches and salad for dinner, I _atoned_ for my laziness by making the house favorite salad dressing. We rarely eat it since the store bought low-fat varieties have a terrible taste. This tasted much better to us than the bottled full-fat dressings. You be the judge. ;-)

    Recipe #291698

    From Food Network's Ultimate Recipe Showdown- Comfort Foods. This wonderful recipe was submitted by Brett Greenberg. While it looks wonderful and got lots of oohs and ahs from the judges, as written, this is an artery-clogging heart stopper! Using low fat ingredients in the bechamel sauce would be an easy way to lighten this up.

    Recipe #291441

    Low fat and tasty beef with vegetables on the table in less than an hour. An unusual ingredient in the quick marinade - diet Coke - helps to tenderize the peppery beef.

    Recipe #288018

    Pancetta can be substituted for the bacon. Any short tubular pasta is well suited to this sauce. If your tomatoes are tart, you may need to add up to 1/2 teaspoon sugar. From a back issue of Cooks Illustrated.

    Recipe #287713

    From Food Network, episode "The Case for Butter". Although the herbs might change, the technique is the reason for posting this recipe. I have had varying luck with flavored butters. Often, they separate during whipping giving a pretty unappealing appearance to the dish. Not knowing if I was whipping it too long or not long enough, I turned to the "expert". So, 5-7 minutes of beating? Glad I have a stand mixer.

    Recipe #287673

    No ricotta or cottage cheese here! A creamy béchamel and plenty of Parmesan cheese round out this hefty, meaty lasagna that doesn't taste, look or feel _light_ or diet-ish. From the 2008 edition of The Best of America's Test Kitchen cookbook - they did all the tweaking and testing for me! Note - no precooking of the lasagna noodles needed!

    Recipe #280473

    A little more work intensive than the _cream of something soup_ variations, this is an almost-from-scratch Cook's Illustrated tested and tasted version of probably the most famous casserole in Texas. Notable here is the crisping of the tortillas before building the casserole that keeps them from turning to mush during baking.

    Recipe #280472

    Essentially, fried chicken tenders marinated in and then coated with a fiery mustard-based sauce. The chicken is really just a vehicle for the sauce. Recipe shamelessly copied from America's Test Kitchen cookbook.

    Recipe #280279

    Those lovely potatoes you can get at the diner but can't seem to make at home. So why are they called _home fries_ anyway? This recipe from Cook's Illustrated promises to produce a plateful of spuds that a short order cook would envy.

    Recipe #280276

    From Cook's Illustrated, yet another salsa recipe but rather than a quickly thrown together standard tomato/jalapeno/cilantro mix, this one uses oven roasted Roma tomatoes and jalapenos to deepen the flavors.

    Recipe #280274

    All the goodies of my favorite salad plus some chicken, served as a sandwich. Recipe adpated from The Best of America's Test Kitchen.

    Recipe #277592

    Baked in coffee cups, this fun and tasty mocha-flavored bread pudding is a simple affair but by no means plain. Adapted from Cook's Illustrated.

    Recipe #277544

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