Diana's Favorite Recipes
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Oats and cornmeal add healthy grains to this classic quick bread. Make it in mini muffins to save calories. Fancy enough for a Thanksgiving feast, but too good to eat only once a year!Submitted by JUDYFIT
In 15 minutes, this easy recipe will take the chill off a cold evening.
Black beans, sweet potatoes and greens are spiced up and baked in egg roll wrappers to create burritos that are heavy on taste and light on calories. (Feel free to change this recipe with what you've got in the fridge. No sweet potatoes? Try zucchini or butternut squash. Swap kale for spinach, Swiss chard or your favorite green! Instead of black beans, try kidney, pinto or garbanzo beans.)Submitted by STEPFANIER
This super-delicious chickpea spread is perfect as a dip for veggies; spread on whole wheat/whole grain toast or bagel and with thin cucumber slices; spread a thin layer on a wrap, add a light sprinkling of feta cheese, then add romaine, thin cucumber strips and three coarsely chopped kalamata olives - roll and enjoy!Submitted by LONESTARGIRL1
I'm single & have trouble eating breakfast, but I do feel better when I eat a big, hot breakfast. However I don't like to cook it from scratch every morning (let's be realistic: that's NOT gonna happen). I made this recipe to suit my own requirements and preferences for Nutrition Tracker. I don't get hungry before lunch and have NO temptations to snack when I eat this breakfast (perfect for the No S Diet).Submitted by CAROLFAITHWALKR
This basic room-temp salad can be adapted to whatever vegetables, herbs and pantry items you want to clear out. Example: kidney beans, cannellini beans, mint, basil, parsley, sundried tomatoes, olives, peppers all work nicely. Get creative! This is also really easily converted to a main dish with some added protein mixed in.Submitted by PAISLEYPUNCH
Adapted from a recipe I saw in a magazine. I have gone two steps further to make it even healthier. Combining dry curd with regular cottage cheese cuts the sodium down quite a bit too.