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Tasty S Spring is fi nally here, and I


am excited to share two recipes submitted by members this month. Occasionally, members will send in recipes, and, aſt er holding on to these fruity treats for a while, it’s now a good time to share them with the rest of you. T e two recipes featured this


month combine fresh fruits to make sweet and savory springtime snacks. T ank you to Anna Marie Teel of Midwest City and Laura Means-Tysor of Moore for graciously sharing these delectable recipes. Anna Marie’s Cranberry Salad is one


she created and shared on Weight Watchers’ website. It combines cranberries, mandarin oranges, apples, celery, a sugar substitute and gelatin to make the perfect (and healthy!) snack – one serving is only one “PointsPlus” value. Chopped pecans can also be added but will change the point value. Laura’s key lime pudding contains


two ingredients and optional toppings. Kids and adults alike will enjoy this tart pudding and can have fun topping it with whipped cream and graham cracker crumbs. If you have a recipe you


would like to share, email it to OECNews@okcoop.org or mail a copy of it to OEC, Attn: Brianna Wall, PO Box 1208, Norman, 73070.


15 15 CRANBERRY SALAD BY ANNA MARIE TEEL


 1 1/2 cups fresh cranberries, 1/2 package, chopped  1 cup canned mandarin oranges juice pack (drained), chopped lightly  3 small fresh apples or 2 large, chopped  1/2 cup uncooked celery, chopped  1/2 tsp. sugar substitute  1 package Jell-O gelatin dessert, low calorie, sugar-free, cherry, 4-serving size


Chop cranberries, apples, celery and oranges. Add sugar substitute and prepared jello. Mix and place in refrigerator until gelatin is set, or overnight. Total recipe Weight Watcher PointsPlus: 10; 6 servings: 2 PointsPlus per serving; 8 servings: 1 PointsPlus per serving.


KEY LIME PUDDING BY LAURA MEANS-TYSOR


 1/4 whole graham cracker, crushed (optional)  Whipped cream (optional)


 6 1/2 cups prepared vanilla pudding  3 tbsp. fresh lime juice


Combine pudding and lime juice. Top with graham cracker crumbs and/or whipped cream as desired.


Treats


By Brianna Wall


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