|Weight Watchers' Quick Success Program|
|by Weight Watchers International|
This book presents the advantages of the dynamic Quick Success Program--potential faster weight loss, greater flexibility and variety, and more fr...
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To make crust: combine all ... 9 inch glass pie plate with Pam. ... 1 vegetable exchange: 1 1/2 fat exchanges and 20 optional calories. Makes 4 servings.
Beat together eggs, ... and flour. Add chopped spinach and cheese. Pour into pie crust. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until top of quiche is brown.
Crush Chex cereal ... Place strawberries in crust and pour Jello ... chilled until set. (I save a small amount of crushed cereal to sprinkle over the topping.)
(4 servings: 1 ... strawberries. Pour into crust and chill. Garnish ... optional calories). Cherry Pie: Use recipe ... fat, 40 optional calories, no fruit).
Melt butter and ... into 8 inch pie plate and set ... pour into cracker crust. Freeze. 3-D ... fat; filling = 1 meat, 1 fat, 1 fruit, 1/2 milk. Serves 8.
For Filling: Cook ... in strawberries. For Crust: Crumble crackers. ... in 8 inch pie pan sprayed with ... servings. (1 serving = 1 Fr, 1 1/2 B, 3/4 Fa, 25 O.C.)
Crush crackers and ... Press mixture into pie pan and chill. ... over first layer. Topping: cover with 2 cups lite Cool Whip and refrigerate until serving.
Mix soda, Jello ... slightly thick. Mix strawberries into chilled Jello mixture. Pour into pie crust. Top with low-cal topping (Cool Whip). Makes 6 servings.
Dissolve jello in ... spoonfuls and stir until melted smoothly. Blend in whipped topping, fold in fruit. Then spoon into crust and chill 3 hours or until firm.
Prepare pudding according ... directions. Place in crust. Cover with ... fruit. Refrigerate at least 1 hour. Fruit can also be mixed into whipped cream.
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