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  1. I'm not sure what you mean by typically WW has too many carbs. It's a balanced diet if you're following the Good Health Guidelines.
  2. Just curious as to whether anyone is doing Simple Start or Simply Filling. I did Simple Start when it was first introduced, and was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was and how satisfied I was with my eating.
  3. Fiber One products give me horrible gas and stomach cramps. LOL! But not funny when you're experiencing them. I like WW string cheese, the smoked mozzie variety. It's good with a piece of fruit. And of course various flavors of yogurt.
  4. Marcia, Wow! That was a great link to all those crock-ette recipes. Really helps a single gal like myself. I copied the recipes and saved them as a Word document. I'll print them out and put them in my recipe notebook. Roz
  5. Carol, Sounds yummy...can't wait to try it. I'm wondering...if someone doesn't want to use regular bacon, could you substitute a slice or two of Canadian bacon? It would have less grease but would give still give the soup some additional flavor. Thanks for posting the recipe, Carol Roz
  6. What about blanching the broccoli and cauliflower to make it a little easier to bite? (I have "appliances" in my mouth and this is sometimes a problem ) What is Sweet & Low "to taste"? Could you give me a ballpark figure? One or 2 of the pink packets? More? Roz
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    Baked Vidalia Onion

    KeepItSimple, Someone in another forum mentioned an onion called the "Texas 1015". Add that to your onion repetoire! Apparently it's sweet like a Vidalia but like everything else in Texas, is bigger. Roz
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    Baked Vidalia Onion

    I just had a thought...how many of us, pre WW, would have gotten excited about an onion ? Roz
  9. Roz

    Baked Vidalia Onion

    Glad you enjoyed and glad you were able to get Vidalias in Canada. Roz
  10. Baked Vidalia Onion Ingredients: 1 Vidalia onion (accept no substitutes; it has to be an authentic Vidalia) 1 beef boullion (sp?) cube 1 T. balsamic vinegar Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Peel onion and chop off ends. Make a vertical and horizontal cut in the onion but don't cut all the way through. Pull 4 segments slightly apart and place boullion cube in center. Place onion on square of heavy duty foil and drizzle balsamic vinegar over it. Seal foil to make packet and place in oven; bake for 1 hour. Beef cube, vinegar, and sugar from onion make a wonderful "syrup" and the onion tastes like candy. I count 4 ounces of onion as 1 point. These are so good I sometimes have them as a snack.
  11. Krissie, Thanks for posting this recipe. Sounds yummy, and more importantly, is easy to make. My idea of cooking! I've seen a similar recipe where instead of using the angel food cake, you put the cream cheese/Cool Whip mixture into a reduced-fat graham cracker crust and then top with the cherry pie filling. Roz
  12. Carla, Thanks for the recipe. Sounds yummy, and most important, easy! My kind of recipe. Roz
  13. I'm Italian and living in the South so I combined the best of both worlds. I added some garlic powder, grated Parmesan cheese, and dry parsley flakes to the corn flake crumbs. Yum! Roz
  14. Thanks Dawna and Sharon. I may try this recipe this weekend. BTW, it snowed here today. First time in Nashville in over a year. The streets are wet so they sent the kids home at 2:15. Unbelievable! Roz
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