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NuTriTioN iNFormaTioN At the end of each recipe, you’ll find nutrition information, based on current information from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and food manufacturers’ labels. What You NEEd daiLY WomEN agE 25-50 WomEN ovEr 50 mEN 25-50 Calories Total Fat Saturated Fat Cholesterol Sodium Calcium Iron 2200 73 g or less 25 g or less 300 mg or less 2400 mg 800 mg 15 mg 1900 63 21 300 2400 800 10 2900 97 32 300 2400 800 10 (Note: Although individual needs vary, a 2000-calorie diet is used as the reference diet on packaging because it approximates average daily requirements and provides a round number for easier calculating.) guiDeLiNeS For CaLCuLaTiNg NuTriTioN iNFormaTioN • The first ingredient is used whenever a choice is given (such as 1 cup sour cream or plain yogurt). • The first ingredient amount is used wherever a range is given (such as 2 to 3 teaspoons). • “If desired” ingredients are not included, whether mentioned in the ingredient list or in the recipe directions as a suggestion (such as sprinkle with brown sugar if desired). our exPerTS BehiND The SCeNeS Our team of professionals, including registered dietitians and home economists, is dedicated to delivering comprehensive nutrition information.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Casseroles

Casserole Know-How
Successful Slow-Cooking
Family Favorite Casseroles
Special Feature: Make Ahead Casseroles
Side-Dish Casseroles
Slow-Cooker Specialties
Nutrition Information