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    Super Member Wonnie's Avatar
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    Once you make this you can adjust the ingredients to your personal taste. I don't cut my veggies too fine. Have learned that celery overpowers and makes too much liquid.
    I don't always wait for it to "marry" because I'm using cold items to begin with and I love it on saltines......


    If you love cottage cheese you may like this:

    1 large container cottage cheese (I prefer creamy)
    2 or 3 small green onions (you may call them scallions)
    chop fine and add to cottage cheese
    3 TBLSP or to taste.....green bell pepper chopped fine or whatever size
    you may like
    3 TBLSP or to taste.... radishes cut same as bell pepper

    Mix well, store in frig for flavors to marry. We eat just that way or with fancy crackers.

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    Sounds good to me - especially on these hot afternoons.

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    WW has a recipe very similar to that - I changed it up a bit because I don't like (raw) onions or bell peppers. I put tomatoes, carrots, celery, etc. to it instead.

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    I make that all the time. Love it

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    The one my family uses is to add just about 2 tbsp of sour cream to the cottage cheese. Fresh green onions and radishes and a ton of fresh dill. We use as a salad with our supper but only when you can get garden fresh dill as that makes a big difference.

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    Here's a sweet treat with cottage cheese:
    1 8 oz container of cottage cheese
    1 8 oz container of cool whip
    1 can of crushed pineapple drained WELL
    1 pkg of jello--I use sugar free
    Mix and chill.

    I use low fat cottage cheese and fat free cool whip and pineapple no sugar added and sugar free jello since I am diabetic and need to lose weight.

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    Our recipe you use softened cream cheese instead of cottage cheese. All sounds yummy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldhag
    The one my family uses is to add just about 2 tbsp of sour cream to the cottage cheese. Fresh green onions and radishes and a ton of fresh dill. We use as a salad with our supper but only when you can get garden fresh dill as that makes a big difference.
    Ooh, will have to try!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunflower126
    Here's a sweet treat with cottage cheese:
    1 8 oz container of cottage cheese
    1 8 oz container of cool whip
    1 can of crushed pineapple drained WELL
    1 pkg of jello--I use sugar free
    Mix and chill.

    I use low fat cottage cheese and fat free cool whip and pineapple no sugar added and sugar free jello since I am diabetic and need to lose weight.
    Will DEFINITELY try. Don't you feel sorry for those who don't like cottage cheese? :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000
    Our recipe you use softened cream cheese instead of cottage cheese. All sounds yummy!
    Never thought about doing that. Will give it a try as well.

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