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California Blend Vegetable CasserolePut vegetables in oiled casserole, pour soup over them. Melt butter; stir in bread crumbs. Cover soup and vegetables with buttered crumbs.
Johnny Marzetti CasseroleThis recipe comes from a couple I met in Key West, FL back in the mid-1950's. I always thought it was something they'd cooked up themselves, and I'm sure this version was their own, however, the original recipe going under the name of
Weight Watchers Popcorn BallsMicrowave popcorn (set aside). Melt butter add marshmallows and microwave until they look puffy (about 1 minute or so.) Stir to completly melt marshmallows then pour the melted mixture over the popcorn and carefully mix until it's coated. . .
Mocha ShakesMy family loves the Mocha shakes we get at Dairy Queen, etc., but at $3.50 a pop for a small, it's way too expensive! We've improvised at home, and now the Mocha Shakes are the favorite drinks of the house.
Blueberry Ice SquaresThis makes a large pan for company.
Weight Watchers Banana Cream PieYou don't have to give up yummy desserts just because you are dieting. This healthy treat is both delicious and diet friendly.
Easy on the Stomach BBQ SauceFor chicken or anything else you may want to use it on. You may want to double if cooking for a family of 5 or more.
Homemade GallianoCombine sugar and water in a pan and bring to a boil. Boil for 1 minute and immediately reduce heat. Simmer for 1 hour or until thickened. Remove
from heat and cool.
Basic Baked Moist StuffingPerfect if you're not roasting an entire stuffed turkey. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Saute the onion and celery in a skillet until just barely tender, meanwhile, heat the broth and pepper in a large pan.
French Canadian Sugar PieI was introduced to this most wonderful French Canadian dessert when I was in Massachusetts the Christmas of 1972. There was snow on the ground and very cold outside.
Weight Watchers Raspberry SaladDoes anybody have the recipe for a Weight Watchers salad, using raspberries, cool whip, yogurt and instant white chocolate pudding mix? I know the ingredients, I just can't remember the amount of each one.
Banana Oat Chia MuffinsI wanted to make a healthier banana bread recipe. So I reduced the fat and sugar then added oats and chia. It came out pretty darn delicious.
Old-Fashioned Tomato SoupPour in large saucepan, bring to a boil - quickly stir in baking soda - It will bubble and foam. Stir in milk, salt and pepper, and the butter. Cook over low heat till butter melts.
Italian Casserole RecipesThere are many Italian inspired casseroles and pasta bakes. Lasagna is a traditional favorite but there are many other recipes that highlight classic Italian flavors and ingredients.
Sugar Pie RecipesSugar pies or tarts are an old fashioned way to make a pie when fruit is not in season. These are made with milk or cream, butter, eggs and thickeners. The resulting pie is creamy, with a caramel flavor.
Date Nut Tea SandwichesThis is my favorite "tea sandwich". You make your own date-nut bread, and your own cream cheese and olive spread. It's been a family favorite since I first ate one at Chuck's in 1950's Key West, FL
Weight Watchers Five Can SoupIt's simple to make and it's a Weight Watchers PointsPlus+ Recipe (6 points)!
Oyster Stuffing RecipesIn buttered casserole, crumble 1 strip crackers. Add 1/2 oysters and juice and 1/2 butter. Add second strip crackers and remaining oysters and juice. Pour 1/2 stick melted butter over top.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Ritz CrackersHere's a way to make some pretty groovy treats for gifts or just for you to eat and share. Easy and inexpensive. I am making these for holiday gifts and packaging them in biodegradable compost-able cello bags.
Crock Pot Beanie WeeniesA good version of baked beans, that's easy to prepare. Brown the onion and pepper, put all ingredients in the crock pot and let simmer for about 4 hours. It's very good!
Greek Salad WrapYummy blend of Greek flavors in a wrap sammie.
Grandma's Comfort FoodsI am going to pass on some of my mother's and my aunt's "secret recipes" that they used to make for us. All can be made and frozen then reheated.
Weight Watchers Italian Stuffed Peppers (6 PointsPlus)This will become one of your favorite recipes once you've tried it! It's so easy, delicious and very healthy. A Points Plus+ recipe as well.
Chipperoo BarsCombine first 2 ingredients in bowl; set aside. Sift dry ingredients together; set aside. Beat eggs into brown sugar mixture. Add flour mixture slowly, mixing well.
Polynesian BBQ SauceThis is a recipe that I first made with an old gentleman who'd lived most of his life in Hawaii. Growing up during the Second World War left me with a very romantic idea of anything to do with the islands.
Basic Golden OatsWhen I discovered this recipe some years ago, I just couldn't have imagined that oatmeal can do this! Use it with any rice, pasta or potatoes with your meal. It also isn't much longer to make it than instant rice.
Econo CookiesCream butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add well beaten eggs and soda that has been dissolved in hot water. Add flour and rest of ingredients. Mix well and chill.