Corn Risotto Stuffed Poblanos Review


Recipe 45 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman WW Note: You’ll be able to get one pepper for about 5 points when you get 11 portions out of this vs 8. I had left over risotto so I’m guessing you can get 11 portions out of this no problem. These portions are generous…

Fig, Olive Oil and Sea Salt Challah Review


Recipe 16 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman WW Notes: it is tough to make changes to bread since it is so much science, so I’m just giving you the honest truth…11 points if you break this loaf up into 10 servings, 7 points if 15 servings and 6 if you can get…

New York Breakfast Casserole Review


Recipe 15 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman WW Notes: I love this recipe so I’m happy to say this is one I can still enjoy though with a few extra steps. The key for this will be swapping out regular bagles for 2 ingredient bagles (2 cups self rising flour and 2…

Baked Ranchero Eggs with Blistered Jack Cheese Review


Recipe 13 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman WW Note: I’m happy to say this is a low point dish. For no modifications other then greek yogurt you can enjoy 1 of 6 portions for 5 points. If you swap out the regular jack cheese for reduced fat jack cheese you can drop…

Big Breakfast Latkes Review


Recipe 11 from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook by Deb Perelman WW Notes: I’m happy to say that one of these big guys is only 4 points! So eat hardy! I haven’t posted in a little while because I’m still figuring out the blogging from my phone situation. I’m happy to report I actually find it…

Cheesy Garlic Bread


I realized that I never posted the recipe for the cheesy garlic bread that goes amazingly well with the squash soup. I just made the soup this week so I will post some pictures from my experience…and it’s quite the experience :) Anyways…here’s the recipe for the bread. Haven’t tried it yet, but if you…

Italian Sausage and Squash Soup


“Silky, chunky, sweet, and spicy – this autumnal soup with an Italian accent is full of texture and flavor contrasts, yet is surprisingly simple to make. It’s a spectacular tribute to the season’s abundance of golden butternut squash.”¬† Definitely¬†their words…not mine! But it draws you in to the recipe doesn’t it?! My mom made this…