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  1. I tried this recipe last night and it was YUMMY! I'm having it for lunch today too!
  2. I made this last night with vanilla pudding, and all I can say is YUMMY! Both DH and I loved this! I've been trying some recipes to make for Thanksgiving, and this is my favorite dessert so far. I'm pretty sure this is the winner, and will be served on my Thanksgiving table! Thanks for posting this recipe!
  3. Question for everyone... how long do you think this stuff can be kept in the fridge? How about freezing it? I've got it cooking right now, and it smells yummy! I can't wait to try it! I was just thinking ahead... maybe to make it for Thansgiving dinner, or give it as gifts. But I have no idea how far ahead I can make it to keep it around!
  4. Oh Sue... ask and you shall recieve!!! This is one of Brian's favorite meals. I made it the day that you and Eric helped us move into our new house, remember??? I hope you enjoy it!!!! Crock Pot Ham and Scallop Potatoes 5 lbs potatoes, peeled and sliced thinly 2 cans FF cream of mushroom soup (or any other cream soup you want to use) 1/2 pound ham, thickly sliced then chopped into bite sized pieces 1 medium onion, chopped 2 cups low fat cheddar cheese, shredded Spray the Crock Pot with Pam. Put 1/2 the potatoes into the crock. Add 1/2 the onion, 1/2 the ham, 1/2 the cheese, and 1 can of the soup. Repeat another layer of the potatoes, onion, ham, cheese, and soup. Cook on low for 7-9 hours. Makes 8 servings 7.5 points per servings
  5. I'm going to try making the Mocha one tonight. I can't wait to see how it turns out! I'll let you know!
  6. Thanks so much for pulling this recipe up! I made it this morning... YUMMY! I used 15 oz of pumpkin, 1 cup water, 1/3 tsp cloves, 1/3 tsp all spice, 1/3 tsp nutmeg, 1/3 tsp cinnamon. I baked it in 2 loaf pans, and cut each loaf into 8 slices. For the 16 servings I got, I calculated 2 points each! YUMMY and low point! Yippee!
  7. Ooooh Dawna, that does sound good. I have the vanilla syrup too. Maybe I'll give that a try tomorrow! Oh, I also have the Peppermint Paddy... that might be good!!!
  8. Dawna, Well, to be honest, I really didn't start using it until this week. Isn't that aweful! Anyway, I've used it everyday this week! I'm making WW Smoothies in it every morning, with milk and ice cubes. They turn out GREAT! I added a Smart Ones ice cream sandwich today... yummy Friday breakfast! :eek: I've also made the multi-fruit juice in the Getting Started book... the one with 1/2 orange, 1/4 apple, 1/3 banana, and 1/4 cup pineapple. That turned out YUMMY! I plan on making that one quite often! I also tried a similar one with 1/2 orange, 1/4 apple, 1/3 banana, and a handful each of frozen strawberries and frozen kiwi. That one turned out ok, but not as good as the pineapple one! The only other thing I've done so far is to purree some bland dog food for my sick puppy. He needed hamburger and rice, and the vet said to purree it to make it easier to keep down. Not yummy in my book, but Guinness seemed to LOVE it! And he's all better now (he had a 48 hour virus)! I plan of giving that VM a workout this weekend. My mom is visiting for a few days, and I can't wait to make all sorts of yummy, healthy things for her!!!!
  9. Dawna, Celestial Seasonings carries a Country Peach Passion Herb Tea ... caffeine free. It's description says "Country Peach Passion Herb Tea combines real peach flavor and passion fruit flavor to create a peach tea with a sweet, tropical twist." Not quite plain peach tea, but it should be close enough for this purpose. This is what I'm going to try. It sounds great!
  10. FYI buddies... this is AWESOME!!!! I've made this twice now... for friends NOT on WW... it was a HIT! Everyone loved it and I've had 3 people ask for the recipe. This is a keeper!!!!! Note, I did add a bit more almond flavoring and almaretto, but I would recommend making it per the recipe first. It's not hard to add more flavoring if you want it!
  11. Jo, No insult taken! I know what you mean though... that's why I posted the update. It was a very tasty recipe, but may not be worth it to everyone. Sometimes, however, if I have the points, I enjoy something that gets closer to the food I "used" to eat... it almost makes me feel like I'm cheatin'! Only something I do once in a great while! Thanks for pointing out that info though!
  12. Well, this is pretty tasty! Yummy! And it did indeed come to 5 points per serving. However, it wasn't very filling for just one serving. Worth making, but make sure you have other things (salad, dessert, etc) to help fill you up!
  13. I finally made this over the weekend, and can't believe I waited so long! It was WONERDERUL! I made it in a glass pie dish, no crust. It was only 1.5 points per slice! Can't beat that!
  14. Here's a new recipe that I just got from a friend of mine. I haven't tried it yet, but she said it was WONDERFUL! I'm going to make it for dinner tonight... I'll let you know! Chicken Enchilada Ring 1 pkg reduced fat crescent rolls 1/ 2 lb chicken (cooked and chopped) 1 Roma tomato (de-seeded and diced) 4 oz Low Fat Mexican Cheese 2 Tbls (1/2 small can) sliced olives 2 Tbls (1/2 small can) green chiles 1/4 cup LF Mayonnaise 1/3 cupbaked tortilla chips (crushed fine) 1/2 tsp lime juice 1 1/2 tsp Southwestern Seasoning Mix chicken, cheese, tomato, olives,chiles and half of the tortilla crumbs..add seasoning, lime and mayonnaise. Mix together well. Take reserve of tortilla crumbs and spread out on cutting board. Break crescent rolls into triangles. Dip one side into crumbs and place crumb side down on round stone...with long tip of triangle pointing outward...continue doing this and make a sun .....take medium scoop and scoop mixture onto inner side of sun near inner edge....when completed take points and wrap over and pinch to inner edge creating a ring. Bake at 375 for 20 minutes. Serve with chopped lettuce, tomatoes, jalapenos and low fat sour cream. Makes 8 servings, 5 points per serving I'll double check the points when I make it, and will post how it is tomorrow!
  15. I just found out where I got this recipe from... it was right here on BCB in the Misc Foods forum! I knew it got it from here, but couldn't find it! Sorry for the double post!
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