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Sautéed Tilapia with White Wine & Lemon Sauce (I didn't bread the fish, I used olive oil and lemon juice instead of Meyers Lemon Olive Oil, and I added mushrooms to the sauce.)
Edible Cookie Dough (No, I'm NOT preggo, I just wanted something yummy and sweet that wouldn't make me sick. I left out the salt from this recipe).
Yogurt-covered Blueberries (I used non-fat vanilla yogurt for this refreshing and healthy snack to munch on at work. I used a spoon instead of a toothpick to dip the blueberries. It was pretty easy, just be careful about shaking off the excess yogurt before you plop a blueberry onto the cookie sheet. A word of warning: keep these in the freezer until you're ready to eat them. Don't be surprised if they start melting once they've been out of the freezer for a few minutes. Best thing to do is eat a few, pop them back in the freezer for a little bit, and then eat a few more. It's good for portion control, too!)
Baked Ziti (I more or less used this recipe, estimating and slightly altering where appropriate. I added spinach and chopped mushrooms to give us some veggies, and I used regular red sauce since that's what I had in the house. I also covered the entire dish with shredded mozzarella before putting it in the oven, which is always a good choice. If you make this recipe, make enough to have leftovers. It tastes better the second day, and we had enough leftovers for several lunches.)