Hi, I'm Jenna. Located in Fargo, ND where it's freezing all the time. This blog started out as Weight Watcher Recipes site, and grew into a more wide variety of food. I still post those types of recipes every now and then so if you're into Weight Watchers check back often!

Witch’s Brew Cocktail

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  I have a LONG list of reasons why October is the best month ever. 1. The Walking Dead 2. Reign and the Vampire Diaries 3. The leaves changing color 4.Decorating for Halloween 5. Clearing out my liquor cabinet for making Halloween and Fall cocktails 6. Wearing layers. Leggings, tunics, long cover ups, and boots! 7. Getting high off the Fall scented candles at Bath and Body Works 8. Picking out my pumpkins in the garden 9. Baked goods with pumpkin in them. ...

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Baked Coconut Shrimp

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I have something to admit. I haven't been going to the gym lately. Instead, there's this website called youtube where you can watch workouts and do them at home. One brilliant thing about doing this, is that you can workout in your bra and underwear. If you wore just that to the gym, you'd probably get kicked out. Jillian Michael's has been kicking my little booty. I'm also thinking about starting my own youtube channel. Might as well put my ipad to use other than using it to watch videos ...

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Weight Watcher’s Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Bars

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Well, I've had the last 2 days off and I just love it, and tomorrow I have to go back to work.  Been there for almost 2 years and I haven't really had any real vacation or time off. On Thursday, it is October can you believe that? The pumpkin recipes are still going strong and I probably won't stop making them until Thanksgiving is over with. Going to be putting up my Halloween decorations this week. Have you heard of this trick before? You can mix a 15 oz can of pumpkin with just about ...

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3 Ingredient Bacon Crackers

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Bacon Crackers are an easy 3 ingredient appetizer to make,  you'll have them ready for a party in time! These bacon crackers. Buttery crackers with caramelized brown sugar bacon on top. How can you not go wrong? How can you not make these lighter, believe me I tried. There's no possible way to make something like this lighter. You just have to enjoy yourself every now and then and get back on track. :) They're pretty easy to make too. Lay out some buttered crackers on a baking sheet. I ...

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Veggie Stir Fry

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Check out all these vegetables! This is a new thing for me. Veggie Stir Fries. This weekend, I discovered my grocery store has pre chopped and ready vegetable kits. Some were for salsas, stir frys and other things. I like this idea because I buy vegetables and never seem to use them before they go bad. Plus, you're getting a serving of vegetables in. This is probably the easiest and fastest dinner I've ever made. Just measuring ingredients and cooking some rice. Here's the recipe.  Thumbs ...

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Individual Microwave Apple Crisp

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    Individual Microwave Apple Crisp is ready in less than 10 minutes and tastes just like the apple crisp you would bake for hours on end in the oven! I have absolutely fallen in love with this idea for a couple of reasons. 1. I don't have to bake a whole 9X13 casserole dish full of apple crisp. It would be a lot to eat for just one person. 2. The flavors are pretty amazing, tastes just like apple crisp and it's only for one person. 3. I could eat this apple crisp for b ...

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Low Sodium Spaghetti Sauce

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A couple weeks ago I discovered Mrs Dash has low sodium spice packets now. I love Mrs Dash. Their seasoning is good on top of low sodium triscuit crackers and cottage cheese. Sprinkle a little bit of the seasoning on top and you've got a real healthy snack. They just recently came out with a line of spice packets such as sloppy joe, beef stew, fajita seasoning, and taco spice. Love all of them. The one thing I wish they would get, that they don't have, is a spice packet for spaghetti sauce. It's ...

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Homemade Pumpkin Pie Spice

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Making your own pumpkin pie spice at home is easy and you probably already have all the spices in your pantry. Pumpkin Pie Spice has cinnamon, nutmeg, ground ginger, cloves, and allspice.  There are a lot of different variations on the interwebs. You could make and double the recipe, then put it into cute little mason jars and wrap some twine around it. Give it away as gifts this Fall. People will think you're some kind of Martha Stewart. The smell of pumpkin pie spice is amazing. I ...

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