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"Very good! I couldn't find sugar-free Tang, so I used regular Tang along with the Crystal Lite, and it was still low-calorie, if not sugar-free. Also, I used 1 Tablespoon of mix per cup of boiling water; i tsp. just wasn't enough."
Oct 21, 2009 on Food.com
"Good recipe for a lowfat ice cream! It tastes like a fudgesicle. The pudding size should be the 4-serving (small box"
Jun 28, 2008 on Food.com
"Great taste in a 0-point soup! I used chicken broth instead of the vegetable broth and ommited the bay leaves & red pepper, and it was still very tasty."
Jan 23, 2008 on Food.com
"I served this in a ready-made graham cracker crust, and nobody knew it was a WW recipe! I used banana pudding instead of the vanilla, and it turned out great."
Jan 5, 2008 on Food.com
"This recipe is extremely good, however it is more than 4 Weight Watchers points. When using 4 cube steaks at 2 oz. each, the point value is 7 points per serving."
Feb 17, 2007 on Food.com
"Great recipe! I left out the pizza sauce and added another can of diced Italian tomatoes instead. With this substitution, if you don't put the mozzerella cheese on top, the recipe is only ONE POINT PER CUP!! Adding 1/4 cup of fat-free mozzerella on top of your cup of soup only adds one extra point. Also, I used canned mushrooms instead of fresh;..."
Dec 30, 2006 on Food.com
"Very good, creamy sorbet! I used up some over-ripe, grainy watermelon, but the sorbet turned out great."
Jun 8, 2006 on Food.com
"I got twice as many cookies by using a 1-inch cookie scoop. This cuts the calorie count per cookie in half. I also rolled the dough balls in flax seed, boosting the nutritional content. Sure,they're not a low-calorie food (what cookie is?, but I'd rather have my kids snack on these than Oreos. They're sweet & crunchy, and good with milk."
Dec 20, 2005 on Food.com
"Very quick & easy, especially if you have leftover cooked chicken you want to use up. Watch out, though--I used extra-hot diced chilies and it was too spicy for some in my family. Next time I'll use the mild chilies."
Sep 28, 2005 on Food.com
"An unexpected bonus: these horseshoe-shaped cookies, when baked and all puffy, look like miniature rear ends! I made this recipe for a Christmas cookie exchange, and called them BUTT-er cookies. A big hit!"
Jan 27, 2005 on Food.com