March 2005    
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By Mary McDougall


Here are some of my old favorite recipes, which I am excited to share with you. You will need to go to our newsletter archives at and occasionally to one of our books to find these recipes.  You can order books you don't now own from our site I plan to provide similar helpful articles for you over the next few months.


Many of the dishes I have included this month can be prepared ahead of time and refrigerated until you need them for your meals.  Most McDougall meals reheat easily; in fact, some of them taste even better because the flavors of the food have had time to meld.  Many of these meal suggestions will also work in different ways, such as rolled up in a tortilla, stuffed into pita bread, or served in a whole wheat bun with some lettuce, tomatoes, onions & cucumbers or grated carrots to add some fresh, crunchy vegetables to your meal.


10 Minute Chili-Quick & Easy pg. 115

Middle Eastern Garbanzos-NL August 2002 (Serve in pita bread)

Deviled Spread-Quick & Easy pg. 246 (Serve in sandwiches or rolled up in a tortilla)



Creamy Pumpkin Soup-Quick & Easy pg. 59

Mexi Soup-Quick & Easy pg. 75

Creamy Corn Soup-NL June 2002



Potato Burritos-New McDougall Cookbook pg. 243

Chunky Chili-NL December 2003

Baja Vegetable Wraps-NL June 2004

Pasta Sauce Puttanesca-NL February 2004 (Serve over pasta)

Beans Florentine-Quick & Easy pg. 123

Spicy Rice & Beans-New McDougall Cookbook pg. 274

Quick Goulash-Healthy Heart pg. 340



Dijon Spinach Salad-Quick & Easy pg. 16

One Minute Coleslaw-Weight Loss pg. 204

Italian Potato Salad-Weight Loss pg. 247



Make the muffins a day ahead of time and also the cashew milk and Hollandaise sauce.  The sauce reheats very well in a saucepan when stirred with a whisk.

Pumpkin Muffins-NL November 2002

Veggie Benedicts-NL May 2003

French Toast-NL May 2003

Assorted sliced fresh fruit

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