This recipe makes four composed salads that are delicious and fun to make. Lettuce is piled on each plate, then tomatoes and green onions are sprinkled on. Next come the yummy slices of grilled chicken and a handful of tortilla 'crispies.' Finish with a zesty Italian dressing.
The latest entry in the hide-the-veggie-from-the-kids category, these whole wheat blueberry muffins hide a bright red secret inside -- shredded beets. There's applesauce to keep them moist, and rolled oats for heartiness.
Choose a pretty pasta - bow tie, penne or rotini. That 's half the fun in making this salad. A nice Italian dressing adds plenty of zip, and the only thing left is tossing in the chicken, green onions, olives and a few cucumbers.
By using low-fat cheeses, no-fat-added refried beans, and increasing the amount of peppers, this is a healthier version of everyone's favorite seven layer dip. Bring this to parties as a treat for friends.
This is a dry soup mix packed with split peas, pearl parley, lentils, onion flakes, rice and alphabet macaroni. Just add tomato paste, diced tomato, ground beef, and garlic for a rich and flavorful soup. Makes a wonderful gift.
Vidalia onions are sweet and luscious, and this recipe makes them even more so. Sliced onions are marinated and chilled in Italian salad dressing, and then plopped onto the grill until they 're tender and golden.
This pretty "cake" is actually stacked fresh watermelon and strawberries, decorated with fun cut-out shapes made of sliced fruit. Use cantaloupe, pineapple, or other fresh fruits and berries to make colorful layers of fruit. Kids and adults will love this cake.
This is one of the best, easiest, and tastiest vegetarian chili recipes I've ever tasted. Whenever I make it, my friends devour it. Best eaten with tortilla chips, Cheddar cheese, guacamole, and sour cream. What a treat!