Janners Healthy Must Have's
12 Recipes Created by JANNERS1980
This cookbook is filled with my own personal recipes. Some were recipes I created in Culinary school and others are just good old fashioned comfort foods. Enjoy!
Recipes in this Collection
This is one hearty portion serving for those of you like me out there who like to have a big breakfast to start my day off right and leave me filled with energy most of the day. Not to mention it is DELICIOUS!!!!!Submitted by JANNERS1980
This is a marinade recipe that belongs to my friend Jodenna - very yummy! These are smaller serving sizes for Bariatric patients, a half chicken breast is equal to 1 serving and has just under 30 gr of Protein per serving.Submitted by JANNERS1980
This is a yummy smoothie I drink most days, gives me energy and a nice boost to start my day the same way coffee used to but only now I don't crash afterwards!
For Bariatric Patients, add 1 scoop of your fav protein powder to make this a complete meal replacement or help you reach your protein quota for the day.
My favorite frozen fruits for smoothies are:
Mandarins (packed in water not syrup)
The best way to freeze your own fruit is to rinse well, pat dry with a towel and spread on a cookie sheet to freeze this way the fruit wont freeze in giant clumps that are difficult to break apart. Store frozen fruit in a ziplock bag or airtight container to prevent freezer burn.Submitted by JANNERS1980
This is a yummy mexican inspired dish, I love that the salad is served with salsa, sour cream & guacamole instead of boring old salad dressing. Nice & Low Calories for those Calorie Counters out there!Submitted by JANNERS1980
I would love to take credit for this recipee but it belongs to my friend Jen who usues authentic spices directly from India, you can however purchase these spices at a specialty Indian store in your area.Submitted by JANNERS1980
This is delicious and easy to make !!
Usually Chili Recipes use ALL canned beans and the sodium level in canned beans is ridiculous so I have used a combination of both dried beans and canned beans in order to lower the sodium intake. When using canned beans, the majority of the sodium is from the liquid the beans are stored in to preserve them. I rinse, soak and rinse mt canned beans in order to ensure I get rid of all that sodium slop, I also use very warm water to rinse the beans, this will reduce the sodium by more than 75% per serving.
This Turkey Chili has over 20 gr of Protein per serving!Submitted by JANNERS1980
These are my version of morning glory muffins, I think everybody makes them a little different. I find that this muffin along with a fruit & yogurt smoothie is a perfect start to the day, and surprisenly enough these little muffins are very very filling! Did I mention they are DELICIOUS !!!Submitted by JANNERS1980
This lasagna is made with lactose free mozzerella soy cheese and it is delicious! To lower the sodium use your own homemade pasta sauce, anything store bought in cans or jars has ridiculous amounts of sodium in it.
Submitted by JANNERS1980
Matrix makes the best tasting protien powder I have ever had, it completely dissolves so you dont get that gritty sand quality, I now drink this everyday for breakfast and with over 30 g of protien per serving it gives you a boost of energy :) (this is a complete meal replacement, Matrix vanilla protein powder can be purshaed at your local health food store) a great way to lose weight!Submitted by JANNERS1980