Author Archive | Jeanine

Corn Tortillas

These little tortillas were so simple to make, it isn’t really even a recipe! You can buy the corn flour you need at your grocery store or mexican market. The corn flour, called masa harina, is a flour that has been treated with lime, which makes it more nutritious and easier to digest. By following […]

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Rice Pudding

Rich, comforting & smooth. All words I’d use to describe this slightly cinnamon-y rice pudding. I used 1% milk with some heavy cream in it, and it worked perfectly. The amount of rice to milk is actually correct, although I had my doubts.    

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Baked Sweet Potato Fries

These are actually quite delicious, and a nice change from your regular fry. Sweet potatoes are high in vitamins & minerals, and because they are baked, they are low in fat.    

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Simple Fruit Salad

This simple, quick fruit salad uses canned or fresh fruit, plus a packet of instant vanilla pudding to make the glaze. Super simple, yet very tasty!    

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Raspberry Balsamic Chicken

This light, fruity chicken was quick, but with a great flavor that will make your family think it took a while in the kitchen. This can easily be prepared at the last minute. And, it only has 4 Weight Watchers points per serving (just over 200 calories), which is an added bonus for those trying […]

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Salty Grilled Potatoes

Nothing goes better with a steak than a baked potato. I gave these a try yesterday, and we really like them. They are so tasty, that you will want to eat the skins.    

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Grilled Asparagus

This is a favorite of ours. We love grilled (or even pan-fried) asaparagus. This recipe is no exception. It’s simple, quick, and the salt gives it a really great flavor. You can add a clove of minced garlic if you so desire.    

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