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TAMMYOKAHARA
Posts: 405
4/9/09 8:46 P

I just found a recipe I have used for years. Angel food cupcakes. They are easy, just use your favorite angel food cake recipe or mix. You can fill them with pudding or jelly. Top with one container Lite cool whip, mixed with one pack instant vanilla pudding. Mix well, this is a yummy "frosting". Wonderful individual portions.



COOKIE1960
Posts: 703
4/8/09 6:04 P

Turkey cheese burger sliders


2 pounds ground turkey
1 (1.25 ounce) envelope onion soup mix
1/2 cup fat free or low fat mayonnaise
2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese
16 dinner rolls, split


Preheat an oven to 350 degrees

Cover a baking sheet with aluminum foil and spray with cooking spray.

Mix together the ground turkey and onion soup mix in a large skillet; cook and stir over medium-high heat until browned. Drain off any fat and remove from heat.

Stir the mayonnaise and Cheddar cheese into the ground turkey mixture.

Lay the bottoms of the dinner rolls on the prepared baking sheet.

Spread the cheesey turkey mixture on the bottom half of each roll.

Replace the tops. Cover with another sheet of aluminum foil sprayed with cooking spray. Make sure foil is tight !

Bake in the preheated oven until the burgers are heated through and cheese melts, about 20 - 25 minutes.

Serve with pickles, onions, lettuce or whatever you like !


**** The foil and Pam spray are very important. They will stick if you don't use it !! ***



LSFARR76008
SparkPoints: (1,268)
Fitness Minutes: (1,355)
Posts: 5
4/8/09 4:08 P

Yes, that does sound good, and I would love the directions. Thank you so much for your tasty ideas!



*FAFA*
Posts: 2,720
4/8/09 3:43 P

I have a friend that is making a 7 layer taco dip for hers this month.
When I have a birthday I always make fruit kabobs and they always go the quickest.
What about tortilla pinwheels.
You can make them as simple or difficult as you want.
Turkey and spinach with swiss cheese
chopped celery and carrot
ham and cheese
salsa and cheese with olives
and all of them use a base of fat free cream cheese and powdered uncle dans dressing mix with a bit of fat free sour cream.
If that sounds good I can give you complete directions, just let me know.



TP0200
Posts: 373
4/6/09 11:15 P

great idea!



LSFARR76008
SparkPoints: (1,268)
Fitness Minutes: (1,355)
Posts: 5
4/6/09 11:52 A

Thank you for the ideas, I will have to pull out my old WW cook book for more ideas! Thanks again



SOXYMAMA
Posts: 2
4/6/09 10:05 A

I make garlic toast using WeightWatchers whole wheat pita pockets, spray butter, and garlic salt (you can use powder instead). I separate the pockets into halves, spray with the butter, sprinkle salt and toast them. They're delicious!

Snacks...how about microwave popcorn or pretzels. Another good sweet snack food is cereal.

Shrimp cocktail is always a good low-fat item.

For dessert, you can always do fat free Cool Whip with strawberries & blueberries. Another oldie but goodie from WW is low fat graham crackers (even chocolate ones). Spread FF Cool Whip in between to crackers to make a sandwich and freeze.





LSFARR76008
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Posts: 5
4/5/09 7:00 P

Thank you! This sounds do-able and healthy!



TAMMYOKAHARA
Posts: 405
4/5/09 5:50 P

Make your own sliders using very lean ground beef or ground turkey breast. As for the buns, I use the brown and serve dinner roll. When they are done baking, I cut them open and pinch out some of the top and bottom, to reduce the calories. For the meat press it into a large cookie sheet, sprinkle with salt, pepper, and minced onion. Bake at 400 until brown it usually only takes about 25 minutes maybe less. Then you cut them to fit the brown and serves and dress them as you like. You can also roast veggies that are cut into decent size pieces. They are both easy and great starters. For deserts I would do individual cupcake size Boston Cream Pies.



LSFARR76008
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Posts: 5
4/5/09 5:10 P

It's my turn to host my streets Bunco party this month. I need help with choices for heavy h'orderves (please NO chicken salad... EVERYBODY does chicken salad and I would like to something different)...low fat & cal sliders if there is such a thing. I also need ideas for a few sides, besides the chips & dips route, plus snacks to have at the playing tables and if that is not challenging enough, two member are celebrating birthdays this month so I have to do some kind of a dessert! Any and all help will be greatly appreciated!



 
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