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  1. I bought the equipment to make lattes. It's gathering dust at the back of cabinet shelf. Here's what worked for me. Start a double-strong batch of coffee. You only need about 3/4 of a cup coffee for each serving. Meanwhile, microwave milk (1-1/4 cups) about 3 minutes. Occasionally I will just grab a whisk using a vertical whipping motion; a blender works great to stir air into the milk, Pour the coffee into the mug first, then pour the milk in --layering the foam on top. Add vanilla extract and sweetener to taste.
  2. Thanks for your prompt reply Carla. I think/make that hope, I might have the same recipe -- butter, brown sugar, cinnamon in the pan first. *The brown sugar didn't quite cover the bottom of the pan, so I "finger sprinkled" on a bit more. Since I'm taking it for others to eat, I didn't concern myself over exact measurements. I did use the Texas Toast. And -- the 6 slices were a perfect size to fit the pan. Thanks for sharing the Sausage Gravey Biscuit recipe. Had I not already told the hostess I planned to bring the Baked French Toast I'd have tried it out tomorrow. Merry Christmas to all Boot Camp Buddies that view this thread.
  3. Each year one of the members of my Sunday School hosts a breakfast on the Sunday Before Christmas. I'm considering taking Baked French Toast. Since I've never never made it before, I'd appreciate your input. A few questions relating to how you make your Baked French Toast? How much should I make? I'm planning to use Texas Toast for the Bread. I've not counted the number of slices in the loaf; I'm thinking one loaf, should be enough. There will be about 20 of us. Some recipes direct cutting the bread into cubes, ---which would "stretch" the bread". Other recipes suggest leaving whole. Is the appearance similar to fried French Toast? After it sets in an oblong pan in the refrigerator overnight, if the slices are left whole, should I place the bread onto a rimmed cookie sheet to bake, or is it soggy -- and would fall apart? *After the recipe is baked, I'll probably look back and feel really silly for revealing my naivete.*
  4. Yesterday for lunch I had the soup and salad at Johnny Carino's. A couple questions about JC's Italian Chili Soup. I've searched but have been unable to find out how many points in one bowl. (1) How many points? (2) I did find points for Italian Wedding soup. Is Italian Wedding soup the same soup, different name? Thanks
  5. The Splenda comes in due to the extreme tartness of the blackberries. I substituted Blackberries in place of the frozen fruit.
  6. I had intended to just bump this recipe. The link doesn't work now. I made this using Splenda sweetened fresh blackberries; it worked fine. Weight Watcher Cobbler 2 (16 ounce) bags of any frozen fruit 1 (18.25 ounce) box yellow cake mix 1 (12 ounce) can diet Sprite or diet 7-Up Place both bags of frozen fruit into a 13 x 9-inch baking dish (do not thaw). Sprinkle DRY cake mix over the top of frozen fruit. Pour entire can of diet Sprite or diet 7-UP over mixture. Cover with foil and bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees F. Uncover and bake an additional 40 minutes. Yields 12 servings. 1 serving equals 3 WW points.
  7. Taste and result summed up in one word ... Excellent.
  8. I got this Recipe from Weight Watchers Pizza, Pizza: 150 deliciously dazzling ways to make everyone’s favorite pie. © 2003 Weight Watchers International, Inc S’mores Cookie Pizza 10 Servings 12 full sheets (48 crackers) reduced-fat graham crackers, broken into pieces 1/4 cup reduced-calorie yogurt spread 2 tablespoons sugar 1 1/4 cups mini marshmallows 1/4 cup semisweet mini chocolate chips 2 tablespoons fat-free chocolate syrup 1. Preheat the oven to 375°F. Spray a 9-inch springform pan with nonstick spray. 2. Pulse the graham crackers, yogurt spread, and sugar in a food processor until fine crumbs form. Press the crumb mixture into the bottom of the pan. Bake until just set, about 10 minutes. Remove the pan from the oven, then reduce the oven temperature to 350°F. 3. Sprinkle the marshmallows and the chocolate chips onto the crust. Bake until the marshmallows are lightly browned, about 15 minutes. Let cool 15 minutes, then drizzle the top with the chocolate syrup. POINTS value per serving: 4 (1/10 of pizza): 193 Cal, 5 g Fat, 1 g Sat Fat, 0 mg Chol, 230 mg Sod, 38 g Carb, 1 g Fib, 2 g Prot, 10 mg Calc.
  9. I believe the original recipe, based upon serving 8, is 243 calories per serving , or 5 points.
  10. Newbie here needs more training on how to edit reply. I noticed a word was spelled incorrectly. So what do I do? Just repeat myself .. and say it louder.
  11. Congratulations. You have put your signation line into actions not just words. Great job. "The secret of making something work in your life is the deep desire to make it work, then the faith and belief that it can work, then hold that clear definite vision in your conciousness and see it working out step by step without one thought of doubt or disbelief."
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