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WW Yogurt Banana Pudding Cups

ww yogurt banana pudding cups

As a longtime lover of banana pudding, this yogurt banana pudding cup from WW Homecoming Cookbook grabbed my attention right away.  Cool, creamy, and full of banana flavor, it’s equally good for dessert or breakfast. I love that it comes together in minutes with just four basic ingredients, no stove or cooking experience required. If…

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Moroccan Carrot Couscous Salad

moroccan carrot couscous salad

A nice change of pace from your typical pasta salad, this Moroccan-Spiced Carrot Couscous Salad uses Israeli couscous as its base and simmers together in a single skillet with shredded carrots, minced garlic, ground cumin and paprika. Once cooked, it is finished off by stirring in fresh chopped Italian parsley and red wine vinegar before…

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WW Skinny Strawberry Rose Sangria

ww skinny strawberry rose sangria

I’m a big sangria fan. There’s something about the combination of wine + chopped fruit + ice that makes me happy, happy, happy! It’s especially appealing in summer when drinks that are light, refreshing, fruity and fun take center stage. Imagine my delight when I came upon “A sangria for every season” while flipping through…

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Artichoke Tomato Salad

artichoke tomato salad

WW Recipe of the Day: Artichoke Tomato Salad I stumbled upon this dish for artichoke    as well as fresh tomato salad as I was investigating artichoke dishes for last Fridays’s 38 Power Foods Group article. I nearly made this straightforward artichoke salad with tomatoes, olives as well as cheese, yet picked the very easy entire wheat pizza with artichokes …

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  • Place all the components other than salt as well as pepper in a huge dish.
  • Sprinkle with salt and also pepper as well as carefully throw to combine.Serve quickly.
  • Store any kind of leftovers in a closed container in the fridge.
  • No-Bake Lemon Strawberry Pie

    no bake lemon strawberry pie

    I love baked desserts, but as the summer temperatures heat up I don’t always like turning on the oven. That’s where this simple Lemon Strawberry Pie comes in. A simple no-bake dessert that just requires you to boil some water for preparing the lemon Jello—no oven or pre-heating required. Then just mix the gelatin with…

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    Banana Mocha Macadamia Nut Muffins

    banana mocha macadamia nut muffins

    This is one of those special banana nut muffin recipes that will jump start your day–a moist, subtle mocha-flavored banana muffin enhanced with macadamias and semi-sweet chocolate mini chips. It’s made healthy with white whole wheat flour, bananas, and yogurt, and contains only 2 tablespoons of butter, which equals only ½ teaspoon per muffin. This…

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    Raspberry Nectarine Terrine

    raspberry nectarine terrine

    Around here, we love all things Jello—including this terrine dessert made with unflavored gelatin and fresh nectarines and raspberries. A “terrine” is nothing more than a mixture (in this case Jello, fruit and zero calorie sweetener) that is prepared in advance and then chilled in its pan and usually served in slices. It’s really just…

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    Easy Chicken Satay Pasta Salad

    easy chicken satay pasta salad

    WW Recipe of the Day: Chicken Satay Pasta Salad Diced cooked chicken, pasta, shredded carrots, red bell peppers and basil tossed in a Thai-inspired vinaigrette. This Chicken Satay Pasta Salad is both simple and delicious. Every time I make this easy pasta salad it’s a big hit. Even people who didn’t think they would like…

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    Bakery Style Blackberry Muffins

    bakery style blackberry muffins

    Low in fat and deliciously moist thanks to the addition of nonfat Greek yogurt, these sugar-topped blackberry muffins are sure to rival any berry muffins from your local bakery. And this recipe makes a small batch of just 6 muffins so it’s perfect when you don’t want the temptation of a dozen muffins just sitting…

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