great with rice pilaf and broccoli!
butternut squash is a great source of vitamins a, c, and e, hence, the title. this is a simple and healthy dish that looks as good as it tastes. one good sized squash is perfect for this recipe. it's easy enough for a weeknight side dish and colorful e
came from my nutritionist. when you're running really short on time, you can substitute the from-scratch sauce with your favorite asian dressing (just check the ingredients to make sure there's no high fructose corn syrup!). you can substitute the salmo
i remember the day that my husband, who used to do some diving, went to the coast and proceeded to dive for scallops. he brought them home and i fixed them. delicious!! one minute they were in the ocean and one and one-half hours later they were on the
i love this recipe because you can substitute a lot of the ingredients for the full version or skinny version and they both taste equally great! warning, you'll want to skip the crackers and eat it with a fork. yea, it's that good.
although the recipe does not call this, i like to soak the oatmeal in the milk for about 10 minutes, i really think it improves the texture of the pancake. these are a must served with maple syrup or honey. your kids will love these, i know my "big" one d
i made this pie for a boy friend long ago & for my husband. i wish i could have had a photo of their faces. they didn't want me to know how "tough" the pie was to cut and they were really fooled. have a real pie prepared....so they won't be so disappoint
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