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Sausage, Crimini and Spinach Frittata

A frittata is an Italian open-faced omelette, sometimes called a breakfast "pizza" because of the brown crust you're working for on the bottom. A great easy any day breakfast which scales beautifully for a brunch crowd.Submitted by PIROULINE

Zucchini Casserole

Healthy zucchini casserole with pasta sauce and low-fat cheeseSubmitted by MSTELOW

Lasagna Bowl-Low carb

this is per serving, but super easy to create a family size meal. you can even add noodles for those not low carbing! i just brown/drain the ground meat, then to my own "BOWL" i add my ingredients!!! Submitted by ALMONDPLEE

Lasagne (Low Fat, Low Sodium)

Every once in a while, I get a longing for lasagna. This recipe eases that longing. Use spinach and zucchini instead of ground beef to make it even healthierSubmitted by GEORGEVW

Puttanesca

A variation on a traditional Puttanesca sauce, made with whole miniature yellow pear tomatoes. Quick and easy.Submitted by GEORGEVW

Vegan Spicy Italian Sausage Stew

Great served over noodles (we use soy noodles for a low carb meal), or as a stuffing for eggplant or bell peppers.Submitted by GEORGEVW

Italian Stir-Fry

This recipe is so quick and easy! Like traditional stir-fry, you start with some oil and garlic, add in piles of whatever veggies you have on hand, then add in your protein/"main" feature.

Feel free to change things up to suit your preferences! I don't mind the high calorie count because it's a generous portion and a complete meal, but if you would prefer a smaller portion or fewer calories, you could easily use less oil and cheese or split the pot into 4 servings instead of 3. This is just to get you started, enjoy! :)Submitted by AETERNE

Basil Pesto Shrimp Rotini with Asparagus

This recipe is quick and easy! I think the most important thing to consider when counting calories in this dish is the SAUCE you use. I used Target's brand, Archer Farms-- others I found in the food database were considerably higher in fat and calories. If you use a different brand, try to find something comparable to 70 cal/ 6g fat per 1/4 cup.Submitted by SINABUNN


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