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Tyannah

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  1. Does anyone know how many points per serving?
  2. Way to go! I bet you're on top of the world! Congratulations!
  3. We were in the Michigan last weekend and I heard so much talk about WOW chips that I bought a few bags. I must say that these chips are GREAT! We will be returning to Michigan in November. I will make sure to stock up. My DH just loves them! Mind you he is not a chipaholic like I am.
  4. Hi, I have a Black and Decker Breadmaker. Perhaps you never heard of it. I don't know if they are sold in the US.
  5. Hi LegalEagle, Can this recipe be done in a breadmaker?
  6. P.C. I must say I am as they say "I'm on cloud 9" I have not felt this way in a long, long time. I think that my husband feels insecure because of my weight loss. He fears that other men are looking at me but I reassure him that he is the love of my life.
  7. I would like to share with everyone that today I exceeded my 20% goal and lost 40.8 lbs. I have been on a cloud all day and I must say that I feel good about myself. I have lost a total of 47.8 lbs. all together. I had lost 7 lbs. before I joined Weight Watchers. I have 23lbs. more to lose to reach my WW goal. I must say that I feel great and that people are finally starting to comment on how I look. It is a good feeling and I just had to share it with you.
  8. Raidermom, Thanks. When I seen it looked pretty dry I added some water. Next time I will add some milk. Overall, it was very good. Thanks for the recipe.
  9. Hi Cheryl, I am making the tuna casserole in my crockpot today and when I look in it seems very dry, not enough liquid. Should the tuna be drained or undrained? Please let me know. Thanks, Tyannah
  10. Thanks for sharing. I have added it my recipe collection. I will try it sometime this week. We eat a lot of chicken so I love new recipes.
  11. Hi Andrea, Congratulations on losing 105 pounds. You look really good! Keep up the great work. Your smile says so much.
  12. Congratulations Melanie. You go girl! Keep up the great work.
  13. I have purchased this cookbook and I believe this recipe was also in the WW slow cooker cookbook. My leader pointed out this recipe and said her husband was very skeptical about trying WW recipes but he just loved this one. I have been meaning to try this recipe but I have not got around to it yet. I will try it soon though. Thanks for sharing
  14. Yes I've tried it and it was very good. WW is weight watchers bread. Don't knock it till you try it!
  15. I got this recipe from a WW meeting. Everyone was talking about how good and easy this recipe was and thought I would share it will you. 1 can (4oz.)salmon or tuna drained 2 slices of WW bread 1 egg 3 tbsp. of chopped fine celery (1 stalk) 1 onion chopped fine salt & pepper Remove the skin for the salmon. Slice bread in cube size. Mix all the ingredients together. Spray muffin tin with pam. Place salmon in muffin pan. Makes 3 muffins. Bake at 350F for 30 minutes 3 points per muffin
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