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Creamy, green smoothie that is low calorie and filling. Great for breakfast, as a snack, or even sweet enough to be dessert. Can also be left thick and made into a sorbet. What a great way to get wholesome greens!Submitted by SHINING_ON
Excellent crustless quiche, hodge-podge of several recipes I saw online. Has a rich flavor, but surprised me with how low in calories 1/4 of the fritatta was! One-fourth is a HUGE slice.
There are some easy modifications to make it lower in fat and cholesterol, but be careful not to skimp on the oil in the iron skillet or you could have your fritatta stick. I have purposefully calculated in its richest form, and you can reduce from there. Possible ways to reduce calories and fat would be to: only use the egg whites from half of the eggs, use less cheese, or omit bacon. I have a picky husband, so I'm presenting this recipe as I make it (and end up eating it)! Submitted by SHINING_ON
This crustless quiche is a quick, easy, light meal that accompanies an italian- or greek-style salad nicely. I find that I do not miss the crust at all. I experimented with this recipe a few times before I got it right, and the importance to having a flavorful, crustless quiche is to not skimp on the olive oil for sauteeing. The olive oil adds minimal fat and calories versus a cooking spray, adds a ton of flavor, and also has omega-3 fatty acids.
For best results, bake in a cast-iron skillet that you lightly coat with a bit more olive oil, but cooking spray and a glass pie dish will also work. The cast iron makes the quiche brown and crusty - despite the lack of crust!Submitted by SHINING_ON
Co-invented with a friend, this green smoothie will give you a real kick! Loaded with fiber and vitamins A and B, use this smoothie to get you going in the morning or pick you up midday.Submitted by SHINING_ON
The recipe below is for grits (dried, ground corn) but could easily be converted into a polenta dish by exchanging 1:1 grits for yellow cornmeal. Cooking time will be slightly longer with cornmeal.Submitted by SHINING_ON
Not thick enough to be a chili, this spicy chicken and bean soup is a quick and easy slow-cooker recipe. I use a dry bean blend from Costco, but any dry bean mix will do.
Submitted by SHINING_ON
Delicious high protein, high fiber muffin to grab and go! It also makes a great quick bread. I modified this from the recipe on the back of a bag of chia seeds I got awhile ago. My husband calls these our "seedy" muffins, our preferred alternative to the seed rolls at Whole Foods. These are more dense, contain a lot more seeds and fiber, and are moist, not chewy. Great by themselves, with some raspberry preserves, or with soups.Submitted by SHINING_ON
Made from fanny farmer cookbook with light buttermilk and light butterSubmitted by PHILIPDC78