Thanksgiving Side Dishes for Weight Watchers


Need some Thanksgiving side dishes for Weight Watcher Recipes? Look no longer, cause I've got them all ready for you in this list!  Thanksgiving is just around the corner. The side dishes are the best part about Thanksgiving. Cheesy hashbrown potato casserole, mashed potatoes with gravy, green beans, stuffing with sausage and cranberries, you name it! I like it! This year, I'm in charge of making the salad and I think I may sneak in a pumpkin roll for dessert this year. I plan on eating just ...

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One Skillet Pork Chops and Apples

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Apples and Pork Chops cooked together in one skillet and topped with pecans and maple syrup! Hardly no clean up necessary.      This is going to be your new favorite dish for pork chops! Sautted apples with brown sugar and pecans  on top of a nicely golden brown pork chops. It's the perfect low carb meal served with a side of vegetables such as broccoli and great for Fall. Pork chops take no time to cook, about 4-5 minutes per side depending on how thick they are. Mine were about an ...

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Peanut Butter Apple Nachos

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This is my favorite new way to eat apples and it will be your favorite too! Melt some peanut butter in the microwave. I melted about a tablespoon of peanut butter in the microwave for about a minute. The peanut butter becomes melted and is now drizzleable. Is that even a word? Drizzleable?  Use a mandoline to thinly  slice the apples. You can use a knife, but it would be a lot harder to get them all the right size. In another bowl, melt some semi sweet chocolate chips and drizzle that over th ...

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Crustless Spinach and Gouda Quiche

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If you're counting carbs, this quiche is for you! The original recipe calls for a pie crust and I opted out. It's packed full of spinach for some fiber and protein, and the gouda cheese, just makes it gouda! Sorry, for the lame joke about cheese. The first time I had this quiche was at my brother's house. He had made it for breakfast once. We had it at 9am in the morning. That same morning my Mom and I were driving home from Minneapolis. This quiche kept me full until about 1pm. Now, ...

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DIY Lowell EGO Lights

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Learn how you can make your own Lowell EGO Lights for only around $30.00 instead $105.00!  North Dakota weather in the Winter time can range from 3 to 5 days of cloudiness, followed by one day of sun light, and then 5 days of clouds. I really miss natural light during the Winter. There are other options to natural light like building your own light box. I've been eye balling the Lowell EGO Lights for quite some time now. I went to try and purchase some on amazon and another site that sells t ...

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Chicken Dorito Casserole

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Back when I was little, my family used to have a nick name for me. It was "Dorito Girl." I used to love Doritos when I was a kid.  My aunt would make this Dorito Taco Salad, and I'd ask her if she would be bringing that every time there was a family gathering.  Today, I still love Doritos. Any kind.  I admit that I could devour a whole bag of Doritos in just one day. Doritos are the ultimate junk food in my opinion. Doritos and a can of hard Coca Cola. Regular coke is just way to sweet for me the ...

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Homemade Chicken and Noodles

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    I woke up not feeling well last night and I'll spare the details. Today, I am just cold and have the shivers.  I might have got some type of food poisoning from something I ate yesterday.  Ew.   What do you make when you're sick? That's an easy question to make and the blog title pretty answers that. :) The original recipe for this calls for heating a whole chicken on a stove top until it's cooked, then you shred it apart. Who feels like doing all that work when you' ...

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Layered Shrimp Dip

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Hey guys! Guess what?! I get my oven on Saturday this week and I can't wait because that is also Halloween! I'm going to be a Spider's Sorcerer this year. What are you going to be? Last Saturday, I met an awesome group of people who are foodies like me! I have been wanting to find a group of people in town like this for a long time, and I found the group on Have you ever used that site before? You'd be amazed. You can use it to meet new people who have similar interests and ...

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