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Sugar-free adaptation of BHG recipe from "Cook Healthy Today." The two substitutions save what may seem like a scant 20 or so calories, but the reduction in added fat and sugar, in one case replacing half of the added fat for a nutrient-dense fruit puree (applesauce) hardly affects the taste and only adds micronutritional benefit. Submitted by GRACIE55113
This is a great breakfast and is low enough in calories that if you're extra hungry you could eat the whole thing yourself and still not be "bad". I have substituted yellow summer squash or zuchinni for the broccoli and it's still amazingly delicious... cuts down on the cooking time too if veggies are fresh (though frozen broccoli cooks faster than fresh) Enjoy!Submitted by SHOPINTRAVLER
This is a whole dinner in one pan. The flavors mix so well together that it tastes amazing. It is also a great meal for those watching carbs and fat.Submitted by SHOPINTRAVLER
This recipe is perfect for the "want to eat fish but don't like the taste of fish" fan. It looks amazing on the plate, its quick, and perfect for dinner parties! Your guests will be impressed!
Serve over mixed greens, steamed couscous or on toasted sour dough bread for a bistro style fish sandwich!Submitted by KWHIT84
All I can say about this adaptation (for lower fat , fewer calories, and more fiber) of a BHG "Cook Healthy Today" recipe is "Wow. Yum!" Sometimes I toss in a few black ( or even kalamata) olives for some extra zip!Submitted by GRACIE55113
These muffins earn inclusion in the "guiltless" category because of their low caloric density and high micronutrient value (they are particularly high in magnesium). At only 87 calories per muffin (and 63 if raisins are omitted), the secret to their tenderness and taste lies in the "marination" of the batter in the refrigerator for several hours to several days. These are an especially good strategy for a quick breakfast for busy singles who might otherwise skip this important meal: Simply preheat the oven when you get up in the morning, fill a single silicon or disposable aluminum muffin cup and pop it in the oven, jump in the shower, and by the time you're toweled off the heavenly smell of baking quickbreads will be wafting from your kitchen! I like to spread on a dollop of sugar-free jam (Smucker's apricot pairs particularly well) and partner with a carton of fat-free yogurt and a half-cup of strawberries. A complete, nutritious breakfast (or snack) for about 200 calories!
Adapted from the Classic Bran Muffins recipe on recipezaar.comSubmitted by GRACIE55113
This is a great side dish for any occasion where little color and great taste are necessary.Submitted by L@DYBUG