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  1. I have what I consider the small one. Its big enough for 4 burgers. That means its large enough all the time for my DH and myself, and that if one of the kids is home I can get things on it for 3 of us.
  2. Mexican Roll Ups 1 can Mexican corn (corn with red and green peppers) 4 points 2 cans chopped green chilies 0 Points 2 8oz packages LF cream cheese 32 points 9 large tortilla wraps 18 points Have the cream cheese at room temperature. Add the corn and green chilies. Mix till smooth. Place about 1/3-1/2 cup on each tortilla. Roll up, wrap and put in refrig. overnight. Cut off the end pieces, and the rest of each roll into 6 pieces. Each piece (54) is one point. You can also make this up and use it as a spread on crackers. Then points would be 2 Tab. for 1 point. I have made this for years, everyone loves it. A different taste then all the sweet stuff.
  3. I have to add one more post to this, we tried fish on the GF last night. I thought it was wonderful, and my DH seemed to enjoy it. He is willing to do it again, so I think we are on the right road. Thanks for all the encouragement!
  4. my package of taco seasoning was 1.5 points, the egg would be 2 point........ the rest you could figure out from the package or from your points book.
  5. Thanks for all the info. One of my goals on this jouney was to find new fish to enjoy, more then tuna! I really do enjoy fish now, and I'm still working on DH who doesn't like "naked" fish. But,we are both willing to try, so this week, the GF will have a work out.
  6. 6 servings 5 points per serving 1 lb. 95% lean ground beef (after cooking I had 13 oz, for 13 points) 1/2 cup onion, chopped 1-2 packages taco seaoning dry mix (1.5 points per package) 3/4 cup Bisquick (7 points) 1 1/4 cup skim milk (2.5 points) 3 eggs or Eggbeaters ( I used Eggbeaters, with the green peppers for 3 points) lettuce, chopped tomatoe olives (10 olives chopped 1 point) Preheat oven to 400. Grease pie plate or small square pan. Cook and stir the ground beef and onion till beef is brown, drain. Stir in seasoning mix, spoon into pie plate. Beat baking mix, milk and eggs about 1 min with wire whisk. Pour over hamburger. Bake about 25 min., or until knife inserted in center comes out clean. May sprinkle with cheese if desired. Cool 5 min. I served the slice of pie on the plate with lettuce, tomatoe and olive. We also used 0 point Salsa. My DH really enjoyed this, it was like a taco without the points for the tortilla.
  7. I am very new to cooking fish for my DH and myself. Instead of broiling it, could you cook it on the George foreman or would it fall apart? Thanks
  8. This sounds so good for a easy dinner tomorrow night. I was ready for something a little spicey and this fits the bill. Thanks!
  9. Thanks for the tip, and I did make this, using what I had, and it turned out fine. Matter of fact I took this into WW today, gave everyone a fork and waited for their reaction. Everyone loved it, and thankfully I had recipes with me!
  10. Thanks, mine isn't in a packet......its in a canister with no info on the side....think I will just try to mix it till it looks good.
  11. I have a question about the Butter Buds liquid. I tried to find these today, and all I found was the dry mix. Does anyone know how to mix this for the proper amt for the recipe....or is this not possible?
  12. French Onion Soup Mix Dip 3/4 cup dry minced onion 1/3 cup beef bouillon powder 4 tsp. onion powder 1/4 tsp. crushed celery seed 1/4 tsp. sugar combine all ingredients. You can store in air-tight container until ready to use. To make French Onion Dip: Mix 5 Tbsp. Onion Soup Mix with one pint of sour cream I figure the mix as 0 points. Just add the points for the low fat sour cream or the fat free sour cream. This is just nice to have at hand, and its a lot cheaper the the mixes. To make Onion Soup: Bring 4 cups of water to boil. Reduce heat and stir in 5 Tbsp. onion soup mix. Cover and simmer for 10 minutes.
  13. I found this on Anitas site, and have used it several times. Each time I changed it according to what I had in the house, but this is just a good basic Chicken "Pie"! 9 oz. Chicken breast strips, cooked and cubed (9points) 6 oz. frozen mixed vegatables, thawed (0) 1/4 c. low fat Monterey Jack Cheese, shredded (2) 1 tsp salt 1/2 cup low fat baking mix (4.5) 1 envl.ranch salad dressing (2) 1 cup fat free milk (2) 2 whole eggs (4) or 3 egg whiltes (1) Prehead oven to 400. Prepare 9" square pan with cooking spray, set aside. In a mixing, bowl, combine chicken, mixed vegatables, cheese, salt. Mix well. Place mixture into prepared pan. In another mixing bowl combine baking mix, dressing mix, milk and eggs. Mix well. Pour over chicken mixture in pan. Bake 35 min. or until knife inserted in center comes out clean. Cool five minutes before serving. 20.5 points for whole recipe 3.4 per 6 servings.....I called it 4 I have encreased this recipe for larger groups, changed the veggies to brocc. and cauliflower, left out the cheese.....what ever I had on hand. But my hubbie likes it however I make it.
  14. A version of this is my standby, have been making this in some way since my kids were much younger. I usually just put Chicken breasts on the time....depending on many people are home for dinner.
  15. While looking for recipes to try, I found this wonderful site with recipes for crockpots. Don't know if this one has already found its way here, but thought some might enjoy them. They are not WW recipes, but most looked easy to convert if you wanted to. http://southernfood.about.com/library/crock/blcpidx.htm hope that works.....
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