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    This recipe comes from an America's Test Kitchen cookbook entitled The Best Make-Ahead Recipe. Everything I've made from this cookbook has been superb and this is my new favorite! The best part about this recipe is that it uses Barilla's No Boil Lasagna Noodles. After making this lasagna I will never use another kind of noodle! The noodles mimic fresh pasta because they turn out delicate, not chewy like other no-boil noodles I've tried. Make sure to use good quality canned tomatoes and don't be alarmed about the sauce tasting too tomato-y and sharp because the taste mellows dramatically in the final dish. The recipe calls for meatloaf mix but if you can't find it (or in my experience, aren't willing to pay the high price) you can substitute lean ground beef, pork, italian sausage, or any combination thereof. Whole milk ricotta cheese and mozzarella give the best results if you are freezing this dish to serve later but if you are baking this immediately then skim or part-skim ingredients can be substituted without any loss in flavor.

    Recipe #420883

    From Weight Watchers' Five Ingredient Fifteen Minute cookbook (Spring 2008). The recipe calls for boiling the asparagus but really you should cook the asparagus by your preferred method. I prefer to saute my asparagus in a little olive oil and sea salt. Enjoy :)

    Recipe #382166

    From an America's Test Kitchen cookbook titled The Best Make-Ahead Recipe. The recipe book also included a variation for Creamy Baked Penne and Chicken with Artichokes, Tarragon, and Lemon. I've put in notes where appropriate to make the variation. In the ingredient list, use the variation ingredient in place of the original ingredient.

    Recipe #418938

    Similar to the broth served at many Japanese steak houses.

    Recipe #329480

    Tres Leches translates to "three milks" which is what makes this cake unbelivably moist, light, and sweet without being overly so. I recently served this at my fiance's birthday dinner and it was a huge hit. But of course, as my fiance says, "Alton Brown is THE MAN!" You do need to start the cake the day before you plan to serve it, so keep that in mind with your timing.

    Recipe #345131

    This makes the best chicken enchiladas my hubby and I have ever tasted. I would be happy to be served this in a restaurant. Dh scraped his plate to make sure he left no morsel behind. The recipe is the result of my tweaking a Campbell's Soup enchilada recipe I found in a recent ad. Make this recipe faster by using 2 cups of pre-cooked chicken.

    Recipe #419577

    From America's Test Kitchen cookbook titled The Best Make-Ahead Recipe. This is what mashed potatoes are supposed to taste like. Roasting the pototoes instead of boiling adds to the rich potato flavor and folding in the cream and butter at the end prevents them from becoming gluey. The mashed potatoes can be made up to 2 days in advance and I love that they heat in the microwave instead of the oven for serving . . . also I love that I didn't have to peel, cube, and boil a single potato! Great for when your oven is tied up with other dishes. I made this for Easter dinner and it fed 8 adults and 2 children and the bowl was scraped clean.

    Recipe #419188

    Low carb french fry substitute from http://www.delightedmomma.com/2012/01/baked-cauliflower-poppers.html

    Recipe #488213

    . . . From One Easy Recipe This recipe came to me via my mil on a tattered, torn, and taped magazine page that once belonged to her mother. The original description says, "Cookies to please everybody! Eight different kinds - one easy recipe. And, oh, that delicious, real butter flavor when you make 'em the real butter way!" (NOTE: The prep time will vary by cookie and if the recipe calls for chilling the dough. The nutrition info is based on a yield of 6 dozen cookies - the yeild also varies by recipe followed).

    Recipe #501588

    I found this recipe as I was searching for "cheap dinners." Mandy, the creator of this recipe uses the pork loin from Sam's Club that usually weighs in at 8lbs per loin for about $1.60 per pound. I wish I had found this recipe a couple months ago when I had bought one of those huge pork loins but didn't really know what to do with it! Cutting it into pork chops has worked well but my next pork loin will be used in this recipe. I had never heard of using plastic wrap in the oven but she proves it works and holds in all the moisture. (Servings are approximate) For the tutorial video, visit her site: http://www.gourmetmomonthego.com/2009/04/cheap-and-fabulous-freezer-dinners.html

    Recipe #391214

    I've gotten really into having smoothies for breakfast lately. They taste great and it helps me get in some great nutrients to start my day. This one contains a couple ingredients that will make you think "What??!!" Trust me on this one. The cottage cheese adds lots of protein and gives the smoothie a creamy texture. Spinach adds lots of vitamin A and you can't even taste it (really, I promise!). ___________________________________________ Recipezaar does not have light soy milk in their nutrition database and therefore, the nutrition data is incorrect. When I make this smoothie with Silk's light plain soy milk it has: 372 Calories, 6g Fat, 60g Carbs, 7g Fiber, 24g Protein, 1,082mg Potassium, 42% RDA Calcium, 25% RDA Magnesium, 44% RDA Vitamin A, 63% RDA Vitamin B-12, 33% RDA Vitamin B-6, 92% RDA Vitamin C, 30% RDA Vitamin D

    Recipe #411145

    I tweaked an oven-baked casserole to make a fast skillet dinner and the results were so yummy I had to post the recipe here for safe keeping. The original recipe called for a green pepper. I used a poblano pepper since that's what I had on hand and it lent a slightly spicy note to the dish. Use bell pepper if you don't want this a little spicy.

    Recipe #464669

    My husband and I went on the Sea Blaster snorkling tour in St. Thomas during our honeymoon - this is their special concoction that had us buzzed by the time we got back to our cruise ship. So yummy that we only stopped drinking when our bellies were sloshing with rum goodness!

    Recipe #374873

    I've tried a lot of hummus recipes but this is the first one that came close to Sabra - my favorite brand. I adapted this recipe from one I found online at a blog by Jonah Lisa. She states that it is the order in which the ingredients are combined that makes the hummus so creamy in the end. I don't know how true that is but I follow her method and always end up with great stuff that rivals my favorite brand. I use my blender but I'm sure a food processor would work great too. (The original recipe can be found at http://thetobyshow.typepad.com/the_toby_show/2008/03/the-secret-of-r.html#)

    Recipe #392943

    Someone in my family found this recipe on a can of Bush's pinto beans many years ago and it has been a beloved family favorite ever since. I always add some chili powder to my bowl to make it more like a spicy chili. Make plenty because the this one is even better re-heated.

    Recipe #311714

    This recipe comes from a book titled "The Best Make-Ahead Recipe." From the book's jacket: ". . . America's Test Kitchen uncovers the secrets behind truly great make-ahead dishes by reengineering recipes from the ground up to withstand storage and reheating, so your food always tastes fresh and flavorful." I haven't yet tried this recipe but put it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #418464

    I started to make Recipe #238239 but was unable to get online to view the recipe when it was time to cook. So this is what I came up with and it was very yummy and filling - and still kinda healthy. (I was only serving 2 people, so I put half the meat mixture in the freezer for a later meal and had 1 extra chimichanga to take for lunch)

    Recipe #371447

    Found this recipe on the pork website: www.theotherwhitemeat.com.

    Recipe #393026

    Inspired by a Pinterest find. Serve over spaghetti squash for a low carb meal.

    Recipe #488203

    From Linda's Low Carb Recipes (http://www.genaw.com). I'm saving it here to help streamline my recipe collection.

    Recipe #501584

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