Monday, December 29, 2008

Veggie Dip SALVATION!!!

Are you all excited for the new year??? I sure am! I just wanted to send out a reminder that all of or meetings will be reopening on Friday, January 2nd, 2009. In the Provo Center, there is a Friday morning meeting at 10am and two Saturday morning, one at 8 am and one at 10 am. There will be a few additional New Member Meetings at various times and locations. Please see the Weight Watchers of Salt Lake website for more information on times and locations. As for my meetings, we will be all ready for you Monday the 5th (Provo), Tuesday the 6th (Provo), and Wednesday the 5th (Payson), all at the regular times! I can't wait to see you!!!
Now for the good stuff. Just in case you already did not know- YOU CAN MAKE GREAT CHOICES FOR NEW YEAR'S!!! Did you hear me? Try to focus on what you want to see January 2nd on the scale. Focus on your goals and remember that there are a few things worth passing on to make your Winning Outcomes are reality! Please remember those Filling Foods (green diamonds). These are your best friends everyday of the week and especially for the Holidays. I have a great new veggie dip recipe that is AMAZING and pretty much ZERO points. It is DOWN RIGHT DELICIOUS!! **** I say "pretty much zero" because if you ate cups and cups of it, your are going to be adding some POINTS values Use responsibly and you are going to be fine ****
Here goes:
Buttermilk Tomatillo Dip
1 pkg Hidden Valley "The Original Ranch Buttermilk Recipe Salad Dressing Mix (Be sure to get the BUTTERMILK recipe) JUST THE POWDER
1 jalapenos
2 tomatillos, de-husked and quartered
1 bunch cilantro
juice of one lime
2 cloves of garlic
2 Cups fat free mayonnaise
Starting with the tomatillos blend in the blender. This is the most amazing dip ever. 1/4 Cups of the dip is ZERO POINTS :) 1/2 a cup is 1 POINT. 2 POINTS for a cup ;) It's 7 POINTS if you eat ALL of it :) If you are leary of jalapenos, add a 1/2 to start with and then taste. Add more as needed. I have added the whole thing and find it very mild. This recipe makes nearly 4 Cups.

Happy New Year!!

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