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  1. This sounds very good, and FULL of veggies! I will have to check for chili beans at the store, I have never seen these before so I might have to substitute kidney beans.
  2. Checked out Costco, and of course they don't carry chicken tenders. I will try this with regular chicken breasts, I'm glad you enjoyed it! Gives me incentive to try it!
  3. Thankyou for the new website to check out. When you say chicken tenders, do you mean chicken fingers? Are they breaded and frozen? I would like to make this, and if I can use chicken fingers that would be REALLY easy.
  4. Thankyou for your nice comments I love to think up new recipes, especially the ones where you only dirty one pot! How did the blueberry dessert turn out? I haven't got a baby CP, and I have wondered what you would make in one. Please let me know.
  5. I have been making this recipe for a few years with onion soup mix instead of the beef boullion, I will try the beef next time. It also turns out mouthwatering with the onion soup.
  6. This is comfort food. CP Pork Chops in Creamy Sauce 4 pork chops, lean, loin 2oz each = 12 points 1 cup fresh, sliced mushrooms= 0 points 1 cup chopped spanish onion= 1 point 1 can Campbells Half Fat Cr.of Mushroom Soup =3 points Onion Soup Mix, 2 TBSP, =1 point 4 lrg new potatoes, sliced = 12 points Layer potatoes on bottem, then onions, then chops. Sprinkle with onion soup mix. Layer mushrooms on top, the top with the cream soup. Cook on low for 8 hrs. 4 servings = 7.5 points per serving I threw this in the CP yesterday and really enjoyed it, reminded me of my Grandmothers comfort food
  7. Yummy Yummy This sounds like a good one for a dinner party, adults only of course
  8. I have not tried to make these yet, but I use Presidents Choice TGTBT Calorie Reduced Margarine, non hydrogenated. I do use it for cooking, haven't done a whole lot of baking since starting WW, so I guess I would use whatever I had on hand. If the Becel say's not to bake with it the don't use it, they must know something. As far as how many does it make, I don't know. I would just follow the directions to use a TBSP of dough for each one. It says too space them 3 inches so they must puff up big. As soon as I make them I will post results.
  9. I have not yet tried this, they would be too difficult for me to make at the cottage! Please let me know if anyone trys them, they are only 1 point!!! Yippee CREAM PUFFS WITH PUDDING 1 cup of water 1/2 cup of diet margarine 1 cup all purpose flour 4 egg whites 1- 4oz package sugar free pudding any type Prepare pudding according to package and refridgerate, use skim milk. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray cookie sheet with nonstick spray, set aside. Heat water and margarine to rolling boil in saucepan. Stir in flour. Stir vigourously over low heat until mixture forms a ball, about 1 minute. remove from heat. Beat in egg whites all at once, continue beating until smooth. Drop dough by scant TBSP about 3 inches apart onto cookie sheet. Bake until puffed and golden brown, 35-40 minutes. Cool away from draft. Cut off tops and pull out filaments of soft dough. Fill puffs with pudding. Sprinkle tops with powdered sugar if desired. Serving size: 1 cream puff Per serving: 63 calories, 4g Total fat, 1 g saturated fat, 68mg sodium, 11g total carb, 1g dietary fibre, 2g protein 1 POINT!!!!!
  10. This is a really great cookbook!! I bought mine at Costco about 6 months ago, but I have also seen it in bookstores. She uses alot of cream soup in her recipes, but she also has alot of variety. I highly reccomend this cookbook too
  11. Thankyou for the cornmeal tip. I have it cooking right now and it smells good I hope it's not too spicy! I've never used green chiles before, they were hard to find, this tiny little yellow can, only 5 oz can's here. I'm going to add the 3 tbsp of cornmeal like you did, CAN'T WAIT! Yummy
  12. Darn! Only thing missing in my cupboard is the cornmeal. Will definately make this soon.
  13. Looks amazing! Can't wait for your review
  14. I've made it 2x and it's never been watery, but I would definately thicken with cornstarch if this happens with any recipe. I just mix a little water and 2tbsp of cornstarch then remove the meat from the pot, add the cornstarch mixture turn to high and stir. Did you put the chicken in frozen? Maybe you used a larger can of pineapple? I dunno???
  15. I usually put in about 2TBSP, I forgot to list that :rolleyes: I adapted this from a not so good for you recipe, so I was more worried about the measurements of the things that count for points. Glad you enjoyed it, we do too.
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