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Thanks for the link to this site. I checked it out and found some really good recipes. Best of all, the recipes seem like ones my family will eat. I'm trying a pork chop one out tonight.

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Thanks for sharing! There sure are lots of great-sounding recipes there.


Lori

start 208

current 193

goal ww 158

goal personal 148

highest 242

"Don't tell God how big the storm is, instead tell the storm how big your God is."

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I had to bump this up! There are so many recipes here. LOL I don't know which one I want to try first! Probably the Hungarian Goulash!

 

Thanks for the post Christine!


Irene

 

HW: 272

SW: 259.2 (10-1-05)

CW: 238 (-21.2)

GW: 140

 

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Oooooh, THANKS !

let us know which ones u try !

I am using the crock pot more often now that i work every day!


"The Bible says "Glorify God in your body" ...therefore, I want to be : Thin4HIM

WILLPOWER = turn Your Will over to HIS POWER !

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Just thought I'd drop in to brag on this recipe. I used some left over frozen chops trimmed of fat instead of the loin, so my points will be higher, but MAN, IS THIS SOUP GOOOOOD! Just perfect for the blustery day we're having. Like fuzzy slippers in a bowl. :)

 

Pork-and-Black Bean Chili (6 Points)

 

1 LB lean boned pork loin roast

 

1 (16-oz) jar thick-and-chunky salsa

 

2 (15-oz) cans no-salt-added black beans, undrained

 

1 cup chopped yellow bell pepper

 

3/4 cup chopped onion

 

1 teaspoon ground cumin

 

1 teaspoon chili powder

 

1 teaspoon dried oregano

 

1/4 cup fat-free sour cream

 

 

Trim fat from pork; cut into 1-inch pieces. Combine pork and next 7 ingredients in a 4-quart electric slow cooker; stir well. Cover with lid; cook on low-heat setting for 8 hours or until pork is tender. Ladle chili into bowls; top with sour cream.

 

 

Yield: 4 servings (serving size: 2 cups chili and 1 tablespoon sour cream.

 

Points: 6; Per serving: CAL 379; PRO 36.7g; FAT 9.4g (sat 2.8g); CARB 45.4g; FIB 14/2g; CHOL 62mg; IRON 6mg; SOD 405MG, CALC 136mg

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Guest cgwoolf

The link did not work for me.

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The link worked for me and the recipes sound great. Thanks!


SW: 189.5

Lifetime Goal: 148 March 2006

CW: 147 (7/19/2010)

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Oh, this is fantastic, what a great site!


Laughter is timeless -- Imagination has no age -- And dreams are forever, Tinkerbell

 

SW 09/20/05 - 367.6

 

CW - 248.4*Down -118.6

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I made this recipe last night from this website and it was really good!

 

I didn't have soy sauce, so I used teryaki sauce (nutritional analysis would need to be adjusted)

 

Crocked Pineapple Chicken (4 PTS)

 

 

6 whole chicken breast halves without skin -- skinned and split

1 dash pepper

To taste paprika

20 ounces pineapple chunks in juice -- 1 can tidbits

2 tablespoons Dijon mustard

2 tablespoons soy sauce

1 clove garlic -- minced

Arrange chicken in bottom of crockpot. Sprinkle with pepper and paprika. In a small bowl, combine drained pineapple tidbits, mustard and soy sauce. Pour over chicken. Add minced garlic. Cover and cook on LOW 7-9 hours or HIGH 3-4 hours. Makes 6 serving.

 

Per Serving: 194 Calories; 2g Fat; 28g Protein; 16g Carbohydrate; 1g Dietary Fiber; 68mg Cholesterol; 483mg Sodium.


DAWN

 

SW 157/ CW 136.2 / GW 137/ PGW 130

 

Made Goal 1/7/06 :jump_jack

Made Lifetime 2/18/06 :goal:

 

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Guest kcityroller

I've tried to send someone a link to this crockpot site and it doesn't work. Don't know why. It works fine from here.:(

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Thanks for the info re: the web site, Christine. However, I wonder how accurate the points are? For example, I made the Ham and Potatoes au Gratin last night. I thought it was good but my hubby only said it was "pretty good". Anyway, it said there were only 3 pts/serving but when I looked at it closer, I got 6 pts/serving. Could somebody please figure out the pts on this one? Thanks!:wave:

 

Carolyn

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Guest addictedtobrew

Thanks for the great site. I am either going to try the chicken stroganoff or the chicken and stuffing for dinner tonight. YUMMY.

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I love this site, too, but always double check the points. I'm glad to see someone tried the Pineapple Chicken, as that's on my menu for this week.

 

I've got some Elk Chili cooking away in the crock today (recipe NOT on this site), and it's calling my name already! :) LOVE MY CROCKPOTS!!!


Darci :wave:

224.2/175/165

Started WW 4/18/05~~60+ pounds gone 11/15/06~~trouble maintaining, back on program 10/14/07

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i'm in heaven holy tolito i hit the jack pot have been cooking all week and weekend lost my first 4.5 lbs this week buy cooking something new and drinking tons of water and veggies thx these all sound so yummy can't qait to try them:)


"when you know better you do better"

i know better now

SW: 212 01/02

CW: 198.2

GW: 132

 

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I made the Campbell's One Dish Chicken and Rice and you guys, it was fabulous! I switched the white rice for brown though. I'm not sure if/how that affected the points. I want to try it again with cream of chicken soup.


Dawn

SW - 11/27/06: 218.8

CW - 217.4

Total: -1.4

:D

 

"Don't Give Up!! .... Don't Ever Give Up!!" - Jimmy V.

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Wow, thanks for this site!!!


Jen

Empress Sassy Mouth

 

Stats:

Age: 27

Height: 5'7

HW:180 lbs

SW:162.2lbs (as of 1/03/06)

CW: 149lbs

GW:140lbs

PG:135lbs :D

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Guest easylyvin

Thanks for this site! I have been looking for low fat recipies, and having some for the crockpot is great! It's been frustrating! I have to learn to cook all over again! LOL!

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:jump_jack thanks for the site-So many to try! Janice

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Christine,

 

Thank you so very much for that link! WOW! All my crock pots are going to be pulled out and used! I want to cook on Sunday for the week and this is just what I need. I have a vacum sealer and I make my own "frozen dinners"

 

WOW! AWESOME!


Charlene T :wave:

Southern ME/ NH

SW 170 :help:

CW 168 STARTING OVER!

GW 140.0 :exercise:

 

 

"By showing respect for each other, we're all encouraged to shine.":)

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That is a whopper of a recipe list. Thanks for sharing it. One of my strategies to stay motivated is infinite variety and I have been packing away individual meals in a compact freezer dedicated to WW.

In regard to WW points, I have learned to check points myself. When I started using recipes not from WW site, I found a delicious layered tortilla bake. The portion size was tremendous and the taste was fabulous and intuitively I had to figure it out myself. The author said 5.5 points for 8 servings. I counted 8.6 for 8 servings but when I divided by 12 servings it was just about 5.5.

DO check my math on recipes where I've measured each ingredient myself. My arithmetic is terrible! Fortunately, many recipes I am finding now have the nutritional information with fiber so I use the WW points finder. It only takes a minute.


marge

there s a dance in the old dame yet toujours gai toujours gai

 

SW: 206

CW: 162.5

40# 2/5

HW: 146

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