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    So versatile, you can use almost any fresh or frozen vegetables and for even quicker and easier prep., fancy diced herb flavored canned tomatoes and dried basil. Granted fresh is best, but for a quick easy throw together you can't beat it. Vegetable suggestions; fresh green beans, zucchini, mushrooms or asparagus.

    Recipe #516168

    Cook’s Tip: Compound butter can be rolled into logs in plastic wrap and kept in the freezer for up to 4 months. Just slice off a few pieces for a salmon topping anytime. Variation: Salmon can also be roasted in an oven preheated to 375°F or pan-seared and finished in the oven. Cook just until lightly translucent in the center; be sure to let the salmon rest a few minutes before serving.

    Recipe #516146

    This classic Cod recipe will delight your taste buds. So much flavor in the blackening powder and it is quick and easy to prepare. I found this at codrecipes.com

    Recipe #516134

    Whole Wheat Flour, Rolled Oats and Honey are the main ingredients. The muffins are hardy,robust and very most. We like to cut them in half, and toast in the toaster oven. No need for butter. Chopped nuts and raisins can be added if desired.

    Recipe #516130

    Yummy pumpkin spices mixed with brown sugar,oats and cranberries baked until golden brown. Nice as a snack or as a yogurt topping. I found this receive at sprouts grocery.

    Recipe #510472

    WW friendly. Similar to the WW site chicken wrap, but with more spice and perfect for leftovers. The cajun spice is very robust, and with the addition of cayenne, this is a real zinger. WW counter figures 5 points, but by using smaller "Mission" 6 1/2" carb blance tortillas I think it's closer to 4 points, you could also sub fat free mayo, skip the evo and sub cooking spray.

    Recipe #495417

    The brown sugar and kraut melds into a sweet and sour compliment to the pork ribs. Bone in Country Style is prefered.

    Recipe #492640

    This is so simple, I can't believe I couldn't find it anywhere on zaar. The onion keeps the fish from drying out and gives a lovely mild flavor. We especially like Telipia, but any white fish can be used, as well as any of your favorite fish seasonings. We like lemon pepper or Dominant One (an all seasoning mix from hubby's Indiana hometown spice factory www.marionkay.com). Fresh fish from a camping trip is good also, in fact this method is great for outdoors, as it can be cooked on the grill for 20 min, clean up is a snap, just toss the foil.

    Recipe #482385

    This is a knock off of Whole Foods 6 dollar per 4 Vita Top Muffins. Low fat ingredients include egg whites, yogurt and sugar substitute. To reduce calories and WW points you can also make 24 smaller muffins (2.5 points). I found this little chocolate gem at healthyisalwaysbetter.com. If you make 12 large muffins, they are 5 points per muffin.

    Recipe #482381

    Another gem from WW website. Broiled in the oven, quick and easy, they turned out juicy and crispy on the outside. Recipe needed salt, so we salted at serving time.

    Recipe #481733

    filled with fiber; carrots, raisins, delish and only 3 points. I found this at Just Cook Already Blog. I made some changes, cut back on orange zest, added salt and cut back cinnamon. Very Filling.

    Recipe #481702

    Citrus marinade with cilantro and cumin. Yum! 3oz. equals 3 points. This comes from the WW site, and was recomended by a close friend. Same marinade would be good on chicken also.

    Recipe #481689

    quick and easy.If making marinade for chcken, I use 1 T. worcestershire, for pork and beef I use the full 2 T. Original recipe calls for 1 T. poultry seasoning, we don't use it. Enough marinade for 6-8 pieces of meat, maybe more. Grill on med coals about 20 min.

    Recipe #480684

    Tossed in a tomato-based sauce that garners its heat from crushed red-pepper flakes and chipotle chiles. from Prevention.com

    Recipe #463331

    Cilantro, ginger and dijon... great flavors inhance the salmon.

    Recipe #463330

    I found this at the Prevention website. Yummmm

    Recipe #463329

    this has become a real favorite this summer, it's not as sweet as other grape salads we've tried. Grapes are in season and it's just the time of year for nice cool dishes. Cooking time does not include refrigeration time.

    Recipe #463297

    This is a combination of various sticky buns recipes, but is mostly influenced by "Rum Rich Sticky Buns" from The Silver Palate Goodtimes Cookbook. The dough recipe is made in the Bread Maker, or you could improvise a KitchenAid Sweet Dough recipe. These rolls are so rich and full of rum flavor, they are sure to please. Overnight and dough procces time is not included.

    Recipe #459957

    This pizza is one of the best 10 recipes printed in "O" magazine since day one-about 750 recipes in total. Created by Susan Spungen from the March 2008 issue The Oprah Magazine The dough recipe yields enough dough for four 10-inch pizzas. Use half here; freeze the other half double-wrapped in plastic. You can use whole wheat flour in place of up to 1 cup white flour and more ricotta and parmesan cheese can be added as desired. NOTE: when I first posted this recipe, I included ABM instructions, after trying it in the bread maker twice, I've decided this dough should be made by hand. .

    Recipe #458064

    The Swiss Chard and Artichokes combined with parmesan and mozzarella cheese makes for a unique and tasty pizza. You can use a store bough pizza dough (Trader Joes is good) or use this quick and easy pizza crust. Note: I have revised the recipe and added bacon and more cheese. Select chard with fresh green leaves; avoid those that are yellow or discolored,store unwashed leaves in plastic bags in the crisper in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 days. This recipe is a spin off from http://www.farmgirlfare.com/

    Recipe #458058

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