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  1. I bake my chicken this way too, but I add a tablespoon of apricot jam to the mayo light. mmmmm delicious! Judy
  2. You are truly beautiful and an inspiration! Its always exciting to see someone make it, ands I'm very happy for you! Judy :bcbsalute
  3. Wow, as they say, great minds think alike. I just pulled this recipe out of the archives and made it for myself. Besides the fact that its delicious, it can also be cut up, packed individually and frozen, for a quicky breakfast when in a hurry or whatever. Judy :bcbsalute
  4. Boy does this sound good. I can't wait to try it - thanks! Judy
  5. This recipe is a real winner - thanks! Judy
  6. A & P supermarkets have the lady fingers in the fresh fruit section with those little pound cake cups. I've seen them in the fruit section of other supermarkets as well. Good luck! Judy
  7. I have a stuffing recipe that I would like to try for Thanksgiving that calls for 3 Qts. of crumbled cornbread among other things. Can anyone tell me how many cups of cornbread this would be? Thanks in advance. Judy
  8. Hi Jac 1 from a fellow Bergenite! I agree about the Dr. Praegers being great and was surprised when my leader told me that Dr. Praeger practices right here in Bergen County! (Her name is Shelley, and I was wondering if you ever heard of her?) Best wishes, Judy
  9. Check out smoothiecentral.com - you might find what you are looking for there! Judy
  10. Nix - When you print out the recipe the nutritional values appear in a box at the bottom of the page. For example, I printed out Impossibly Easy Bacon Pie and it came out 225 cal. for 1 serving = 4.5 points a serving. This is a great site and I want to say thanks to Gillie for suggesting it! Judy
  11. My WW leader gave this out at last weeks meeting. To 1 can Progresso minestrone soup add with liquid: 1 16 oz. can corn 1 can diced tomatoes, (a larger can of Redpack diced is good) 1 16 oz. can mixed vegetables 1 16 oz. can red, black or white beans (your choice) Mix well in a large soup kettle and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and allow soup to simmer a little while to combine flavors. Allow it to cool and store in fridge for when the hunger strikes or when you don't have many points left for dinner. 1 cup = 1 point Yield: 10 cups Judy
  12. Thanks for the great recipe and the excellent website. . .I love it, especially the bread machine section. I just got a Zojirushi and it has a recipe for a Blueberry loaf and even a meatloaf. Great fun! Judy
  13. I promised this addie to someone a while back and just found it. "Weight Watchers in Good Time" A slow cooker recipe book published by Oxmoor House. For some reason it can only be purchased by ordering it. The number to call is 1 800 478-9387. Its 12.95 and free S & H. I'm not sure if it is still in stock, but definitely worth the try. Judy
  14. I tried this and loved it - thanks! Judy
  15. Can't wait to try this! Thanks. Judy
  16. This was great - thanks so much! Judy
  17. Thanks Jessica and congrats on the weight loss! Judy
  18. I'm having house quests this week so I bought a large package of loin pork chops. (They were on sale and looked good) Does anyone have a suggestion on how to cook them? I was thinking of something in the crock pot. Any ideas gratefully appreciated. Judy
  19. Sorry about that - didn't mean to repetitious, but I didn't read the previous post first! Judy
  20. PUMPKIN ANGEL FOOD CAKE 1 pkg. angel food cake mix (add water only) 1 16 oz. can pumpkin 1 c water 1 tsp. pumpkin pie spice Mix all together well and pour into a 13 x 9 pan or 2 loaf pans. Dust with cinnamon sugar. Bake according to box directions. Serves 12 3 points per serving Judy
  21. I'm sorry it took me so long to answer, but I just now noticed your question about the breadcrumbs. Yes, I make my own from the leftover heels and bread that is getting stale. I have even made crumbs out of day old rolls Just whirl in the food processor, put in a plastic bag and keep in the freezer. They are great for meatloaf too! Judy
  22. jerseyj

    4th ribbon

    Way to go! Kudo's to you! Judy
  23. Meatballs: 1 lb. lean ground beef 1 egg or 1/4 cup egg beaters 1/2 cup soft breadcrumbs 1/4 cup skim milk 1/3 cup chopped onions (or 1 T minced dried onions) 1/2 tsp. Worchestershire Sauce Combine all ingredients and mix well. Form into 16 meatballs (or 48 small if using for appetizers) and brown in a skillet sprayed with Pam. Place in a 2 1/2 quart baking dish. Sauce: 1/2 cup ketchup 1/2 cup chopped onion (or 2 Tbsp. minced dried)) 1/3 cup brown sugar 1/3 cup cider vinegar 1/8 tsp. pepper Combine, mix well and pour over meatballs, turning to coat. Bake uncovered at 350* for 50 -60 minutes Yield: 16 large - 1 meatball with sauce = 2 points (or if making 48 small - 3 meatballs = 2 points) Nice with mashed or baked potatoes, green veggie and salad. Judy
  24. Dawna, do you happen to know the points for the peach angel food cake? It sounds great! Judy
  25. Hi Dawna, I just wanted to let you know that your dessert is an enormous hit in Northern NJ. I gave the recipe to a girl at my WW meeting and the following week she brought in a huge pan of it for other members to try, and our lecturer then gave the recipe out at all her meetings! Your a hit! And my family just adores it - saltines and all! Thanks again. Judy
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