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  1. Yes, thanks Dawna, for the tip about removing the paddle (I only have one). I never thought of removing it before the bread bakes!!
  2. I forgot to add - it is a VERY tasty salad/dessert. I use it as a dessert topped with Cool Whip.
  3. I hate to burst your bubbles but......in order to get 1 point per serving, it has to be cut into 16 pieces - not 6 pieces. The good news is that 1/16 of a 9x13 pan is still a generous serving. Think about it - 1/6 of a 9x13 pan?????
  4. Chocolate chip cookies are my FAVORITE!!! I'm going to have to try this. Thanks for posting.
  5. PINEAPPLE/CHERRY JELLO 16 servings – 1 point each 2 packages ( small) sugar free jello(cherry,or flavor of your choice) 2 cups water 1 can crushed pineapple in juice(20 oz.) 1 can light cherry pie filling (large can) Mix jello in 2 cups boiling water. Pour undrained pineapple and Cherry pie filling into jello,Mix and pour into 9x13 pan. Chill. Top with a dab of cool whip
  6. With all these accolades I have to try this. Thanks to all for the "bumps," because I don't check this board very often (I really should), and I probably would have missed this receipe without the "bumps."
  7. I don't remember where I got this recipe - it was some time ago - but I just tried it this week and it is VERY good. It is also very similar to one that is posted here, with a couple of changes, so I thought I'd post this one also. 1-Point Wheat Bread ABM - Yield: 18 slices 1 cup water 1 T. applesauce - sweetened/cinnamon 2 T. honey 1 3/4 cups white bread flour (I used all-purpose) 1 cup whole-grain wheat flour 1/4 cup wheat gluten 1 t. salt 1 1/2 t. yeast Place ingredients in breadmaker in order given. Set machine for basic/wheat cycle. Makes a 1 1/2 pound loaf. If you like wheat bread and have a bread machine, you have to try this one. It is awesome!!! I've been toasting it, grilling it with Lite Velveeta cheese as a grilled cheese sandwich on my GF, and just eating it plain. Hope you like it as much as I do.
  8. Lana - I also have a Breadman because it was a gift. When I slice the bread, I take the slices, stack them up, and slice them in half.(I always use an electric knife to do this.) It is a pretty generous "half" slice, and I find that it actually cuts the points if you can be satisfied with this.
  9. I'm not sure where I got this - could've been here, but I just made it this week and OMG is it gooooood!!!! (and easy) CAULIFLOWER SOUP 0 points per serving - 6 servings 6 cups water 2 cups sliced carrots 2 T. chopped parsley 4 cups cauliflower - chopped 1/2 cup chopped onions 4 chicken bouillon cubes salt and pepper to taste In a 5 quart saucepan, add all ingredients. Cover and simmer until vegetables are tender (about 20 minutes.) Remove vegetables, place in blender (or food processer) and puree. Put pureed vegetables back in the liquid and reheat. That's all there is to it, but it is delicious!! If you eat more than the 1-cup size serving I guess you'd have to count the carrots for maybe 1/2 or 1 point, depending on how much you have. But with a 1-cup serving it is 0 points!!
  10. Ruth, this cake is treated like an angel-food cake and has to be turned upside down when finished baking. Place the pan on top of two soup cans (one at either end) until cool. Just be sure the top is real brown before removing from the oven or it will fall out of the pan while cooling! :eek: I usually leave mine in the oven for at least 35 min.
  11. A fellow WW at my meetings on Monday keeps coming up with different combinations for the "pudding" variation. (Served in pudding dishes instead of as a pie) We've tried (and REALLY liked) chocolate pudding and orange jello with chopped mandarin oranges...don't knock it till you've tried it. She has tried vanilla pudding, berry jello, and fresh blueberries. Also chocolate pudding with cherry jello without any fruit (which would lower the points slightly) I'm making this one this week-end. It is truly a wonderful recipe and all the variations make it even better.
  12. Here's what I do with salads: Put the dressing (I use 1 tablespoon of Just 2 Good Ranch) on the bottom of my salad bowl, and add some balsamic vinegar, stir with a fork to mix the vinegar with the dressing. Then add the salad ingredients. The dressing goes further when you put it on the bottom of the bowl instead of on top of the greens. The Just 2 Good dressings are very good, and diluted with vinegar (you could use wine vinegar or cider vinegar, too)it cuts the points to 1 per salad.
  13. I've been making the "Creamy potato salad" for a couple of years now, and it is yummy!!! My DH (who hates anything FF, lite, or WW) just gobbles this up. (he doesn't know it's only 1 point per 1/2 cup!!!) Just one thing I've changed - I use about 1 1/2 lbs. of potatoes because there is more than enough dressing for the extra amount of potatoes.
  14. Sorry for the double post - I thought the first one didn't "take."
  15. Sorry for the double post - I thought the first one didn't "take."
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