a gluten-free crust for dieters craving pizza. caveat emptor: it is not too much like the real deal... the recipe was from http://glutenguide.blogspot.com.
i love the heat associated with chili and when i think chili, i think an immense amount of heat, equally balanced with flavor. this can all be done in a crock pot, which is my actual recommendation, but you need to par cook or sear the meats before placin
not sure where she got this but my aunt joanie, who is on ww, makes this for a mid-morning snack and says it's filling. it's 2.5 points per 8 oz serving; recipe will make 2 servings. you can use any type of frozen fruit but she likes to use blueberries,
this is delicious. i like to serve it in lettuce "bowls" for company - makes a pretty presentation. it's good as a side dish with a roasted chicken or just by itself as a light lunch or dinner with a good quality crusty bread.
a great banana bread that uses the least amount of oil i've seen compared to some other banana bread recipes. tastes great all by itself or add a little butter or cream cheese to make it even better. leave the dates and/or nuts out if that's not your
not sure where i originally got this, but it's delicious! i'm not a big banana lover, but the flavor works well in this cookie and you can either make regular sized cookies or large cookies to make an ice cream sundae with. they are moist.
this is a simple, quick and tasty dish. it is obviously kid friendly because my 1 1/2 year old granddaughter ate 2 helpings at dinner, then more for breakfast and lunch the next day! this is courtesy of the frugal gourmet - on our immigrant ancestors.
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