Monthly Archive: September 2012

Fish & Vegetables in Foil Packets

The frozen Kirkland Tilapia loins from Costco come individually wrapped and thaw out in about 20 minutes making them perfect for last minute dinners. Fresh asparagus and already shredded carrots from the produce department made this foil packet even easier to assemble. You can add a splash of white wine, capers, fresh dill or thin …

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Fish & Vegetables in Foil Packets/garden lites Souffle Product Review

The foil pack cooking has continued to be a theme around here but with fish this time. The prep is easy, they are no fuss to bake and clean up is a breeze. They are perfect when cooking for one or a dozen. Prep them ahead of time if you wish and refrigerate until ready to bake. While …

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Mushroom Barley Soup

Even though this is a meatless meal it still packs a whopping 10 grams of protein per serving. The mushrooms and barley give it plenty of chewmaking it quite satisfying and filling. Mushroom Barley Soup 2 cups beef broth 99% fat free 8 cups chicken broth 99% fat free 2 large carrots, peeled, sliced 2 …

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Mushroom Barley Soup / WWPP 4

There is something so satisfying about making a pot of soup. It’s simple to make, tastes even better the second day and is perfect to pack up for a work lunch. Enjoy the earthy flavor of mushrooms and healthy high fiber pearl barley in this filling soup. Since it’s low calorie you have plenty of room to enjoy a sandwich or …

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Italian Stuffed Portabellas

Hubby Tom didn’t love this recipe as much as I did. I think part of it was the fact that there was no meat. Never mind that I pointed out to him this recipe contained plenty of protein – 16.5 grams of protein and I served it with a soup and a salad. As soon …

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