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Friday, February 5, 2010

Recipe Of the Week Super Bowl Weekend

Since it is Super Bowl Weekend Here are a few yummy recipes for game food. I got these out of my Hungry Girl cook book,and they are good.

Hot Diggity Chili Dog

1 fat free or nearly fat free hot dogs{40- 50 calories} Ball Park makes a great fat free turkey dog for this.
1 slice light bread:40-45 calories} Natures Own light wheat
2 tablespoons of low fat turkey or veggie chili {hormel makes this}

Prepare hot dog and chili according to package directions.
Place hot dog in the center of the bread, and fold bread around hot dog.
top with 2 tablespoons of chili.
This is one serving.

Per serving: 1 chili dog, 109 calories,1g fat,632mg sodium,17g carbs.,3.5g sugar,10g protein.

Hungry Girl De-pudged Pigs in the Blanket:
8 fat free or nearly fat free hot dogs: {ball park fat free turkey dogs}
1 can {8 servings}Pillsbury Reduced Fat Crescent Roll refrigerated dough.

preheat oven to 375
Cut each hot dog in to 4's
Take one of the eight triangle shaped portions of the dough and stretch or roll it out slightly, making larger triangles. Then cut this piece of dough into 4 long narrow triangles. Beginning at the base of each of these triangles, roll one hot dog piece up in each triangle until the point of the triangle wraps around the center. Place your blanketed pigs on a large, ungreased baking pan and repeat the process. {Be sure to evenly space them ,as the dough will expand while cooking}
Place pan in the oven and cook for about 12 minutes,until the dough appears slightly browned and crispy.

per serving:
4 pigs in blanket, 134 calories,5g fat,652mg sodium,16g carbs,0g fiber,8g protein

Dreamy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
one 18.3 ounce box of Betty Crocker Fudge Brownies traditional chewy brownie mix
2 cups of pumpkin{pure} The canned Libbey's or store brand is great
2 tablespoons of reduced fat peanut butter, at room temperature.

preheat oven to 350

Combine pumpkin with the brownie mix in a large bowl and stir until smooth.{batter will be very thick,but do not add anything else}
Spray a square baking pan 9x9{works best} with a non stick spray and pour in the mixture. Spoon peanut butter on top and use a knife to swirl it around the top of the batter.Bake in the oven for 35 minutes.{The batter will remain very thick, and fudgy, and it should look under cooked}
Cover pan with foil and place pan in the fridge for at least 2 hours. Cut in to 36 squares.

Per Serving: 1 piece, 65 calories,1g fat,57 mg sodium,14g carbs,1g fiber,9g sugar,1g protein

These are some really tasty recipes. I hope you try them. I don't have any pictures for these but they are great!! And the kids love them.

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