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    Guilt-free snack! These chips are made without any fat. For attractive circular chips, look for sweet potatoes that are round rather than long. I think these are even yummier than regular potato chips...

    Recipe #77009

    Yummy and moist muffins. Not too sweet. I love the crunchiness! Preserves suggestion: peach/apricot works well.

    Recipe #77003

    Adapted from existentialmoo.com. Makes a very tasty snack. CAUTION: it's very addictive! Can be made 1 week ahead and kept in an airtight container at room temperature

    Recipe #77001

    From existentialmoo.com. Easy, no bake treats.

    Recipe #76998

    Posted this on request for "cognac-marinated turkey". Total cooking time usually ranges from 2 to 3 hours depending on the size of the turkey. Prep time is a guess, and does not include marinating time. Serving size is also an estimation.

    Recipe #76995

    Found this on the internet - existentialmoo.com. Sounds really yummy. Something special enough to serve when you've got company or dinner party.

    Recipe #76996

    Posted this on request. Taken from allrecipes.

    Recipe #76990

    A nice and thoughtful gift mix. Got it from Nestle site.

    Recipe #76894

    Make this a day ahead for the flavors to develop. Spread this on soda crackers, or dip with celery sticks. Yummy snack!

    Recipe #76806

    Healthy fruity smoothie... that's not a tongue twister! This really fill you up!

    Recipe #76807

    Yummy, mouthwatering muffins that are healthy for you! You can also substitute other fruits for the blueberries; i've tried pineapple chunks and raisins.

    Recipe #76803

    Posted on request for a wheat/gluten free cookie recipe.

    Recipe #76801

    A real comfort food. Serve this with freshly boiled rice/pasta or even mashed potatoes. 3 WW points per serving. (From WW cookbook) This dish freezes really well, you can make extra for those lazy nights. Since this goulash is low in fat, there's no addition of sour cream/cream to thicken it up. If you like it very thick, simmer with some chopped potatoes for longer time or use 1 1/2 tsp cornstarch dissolved in 2 TB cold water to thicken up.

    Recipe #76677

    Got this from a weight watchers book. 2 1/2 pts per serving. Prep time = average marinating time. You may substitute chicken for the turkey and other curry paste (if you don't like tandoori) too.

    Recipe #76675

    Posted on request by Sunbeam for chocolate mousse that uses gelatine. I got it from a cooking website, but couldn't remember which one.

    Recipe #76015

    Very easy and delicious one-pot-meal. May substitute chicken with other meat e.g. pork/beef. Stirring is important, to achieve smooth congee. NOTE: Usually when cooking congee with electric rice cooker, i need to click it 'on' a few times after it switched off (automatically) because congee has to simmer for some time to be smooth.

    Recipe #76014

    I believe this recipe is adapted from a Chinese cookbook, I can't remember which one. Usually i just do it from memory. It's really simple, just dump and turn on the rice cooker, and EAT!

    Recipe #76012

    Taken from recipesource. Use in recipes calling for Bisquick-type baking mix. (Have not tried it myself)

    Recipe #75577

    This is from "homecooking" site. Prep time is an estimation.

    Recipe #75290

    This recipe is from "Low Fat Cooking", by Pamela Westland. I haven't tried this yet, due to my BULGING cookbook and I'm trying to cut back in desserts... anyway, if u try them, do let me know if u like it. Posted on request by love4culinary. Prep time is an estimation; seems like a really easy recipe.

    Recipe #74379

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