if you like crispy, battered zucchini, this is the lowfat alternative for you!! i could not believe it, but they came out crispy!! the egg whites are the secret. the recipe below is straight off the ww website. the flour definitely needs more seasoning though - garlic? cayenne? salt after they're out of the oven? i will be perfecting this for our family's tastes, but these zukes are going into our regular rotation!! like i said, if you are looking for a lowfat batter alternative that's is not like the "corn flake baked" variety....this is for you!
a double layer of yumminess! a layer of alfredo in noodles, topped by a layer of meat and red sauce. this makes a 9x13. i cut it in half for my house. this was given to me by my ds. it is a family favorite.
ever had this comfort soup in a restaurant? tomatoes, onions and pasta--always a winning combination. this recipe is simple, affordable and fat free. grandma made this popular homemade tomato soup in our family restaurant back in the 50's. experiment
found this recipe in november 1996 family circle. will be making this up this year to include in some christmas baskets for our teachers at the local school. i like this recipe because it can be canned or frozen and will last up to six months that way,
this was a recipe i created as an option other than banana bread for over ripe bananas. it's a full flavor, dense, coffee cake that can be served for brunches or a relaxed dessert after dinner. it's golden color and sweet aroma makes it a great option for
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