I keep a batch of pizza dough on hand for instant calzones, refrigerated it in portions, it stays fresh for many days. I add veggies and meat or temp-eh, daiya -which is a low calorie low fat alternative to cheese- and tomato sauce. Quick and easy!
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Just remembered a second great recipe. Better than the first: Lazy man scramble eggs, add 1 can drained mixed vegetables, and heat again and lastly add cheese slices as you tear them into small pieces. High protein, vitamin and calcium and delicious!!!
current weight: 183.6
Fitness Minutes: (2,728) Posts: 50 3/1/11 8:39 A
I don't know if I am to add my recipe by typing new discussion or if that will put me in a different category and not in add a recipe. This is not a dinner but it was sure loved by all three of us as part of dinner: Pea and Carrot Salad 2 cans peas, drained 1 can carrots, drained Add enough Miracle Whip or mayo to coat-but don't drown. Simple but my 2 kids and I would fight over it and sometimes I'd have to make a second batch.
current weight: 183.6
Fitness Minutes: (255) Posts: 2 2/22/11 3:14 P
I like to make mini meatloaves using a muffin tin. They are easy to make and cook quickly. All you need is a pound of extra lean ground beef, stuffing mix, water. You can add what kind of seasoning. Spray a muffin pan and put in meat mix topped with your favorite sauce bake for about 30 minutes. Add your favorite shredded cheese and bake 5 more minutes or until cheese is melted. You can use healthy low-fat ingredients for less calories. The best part about these meatloaves is that no one fights over the crispy end pieces. My family loves them. I usually serve them with a frozen vegetable or fresh broccoli that I cooked in boiling water two minutes and then quickly put under cold water. It makes the broccoli greener.
Hubby's favorite is cooked yellow rice, two cans of black beans, one drained and heated, put over rice, topped with fresh chopped onions, salsa and a little sour cream . This is quick and easy. We did order this at one of our favorite resturants, but is so easy to make and saves money making at home. This can be complelely finished in the lenght of the time it takes the rice to cook
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current weight: 144.0
Fitness Minutes: (126,025) Posts: 15,361 2/16/11 2:41 P
Here is a so easy dish I love I got it here.I cook mushrooms and walnuts together in olive oil and I add onion and garlic powder to mine.I love it and it doesn't take much to fill you up and so healthy!
current weight: 180.0
Fitness Minutes: (31,328) Posts: 4,971 2/16/11 2:36 P
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