Feed Yourself - Cookbook for Mind & Body Health
19 Recipes Created by TARACONKLIN
Health is about being balanced. It's about nourishing your internal organs, your mind, emotions and spirit as well as your body.
What we eat reflects the image of how we feel about ourselves. Food should be healthy as well as beautiful.
Recipes in this Collection
By using nonfat sour cream and yogurt, this recipe greatly reduces the amount of fat in the dish.
This is my mother's own version of this recipe. I share it with you in honor of her.
My family loves chicken Parmesan but we don't like substituting fat for flavor.
This is a quick recipe full of flavor, healthy for you and easy on the waste line.
You can substitute the Arrabbiata sauce for homemade or another jar. But I always use the all natural pasta sauces at the store. They're more expensive but they are lower in calorie, have no added sugar or chemicals and are the closest thing to homemade.
Francis Coppolo sauce is only 65 calories for a 1/2 C.
Another variation is to toss pasta with 3 Tbs olive oil, garlic and basil.
Enjoy.Submitted by TARACONKLIN
I whipped this recipe up on a Sunday afternoon and it was a savory feast for the taste buds.
It can be cooked in a pot over 45 mins or more or put in a crock-pot to stew all day.
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You can reduce the sodium and fat content by using 2% Cheddar Cheese and reducing or substituting the taco seasoning.
This creamy dessert is low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium.
This recipe is not only delicious and quick to make it's your workhorse if you love Mexican food.
Cook this recipe up in large volumes and store in the freezer for quick use when you've a craving for something over-the-border.
Replace this for ordinary chicken and beef in tacos.
Bake into enchiladas
Combine with rice into burritos
Serve over tortilla chips for a healthy version of nachos
The uses are only limited by your imagination.
This took me 10 minutes to imagine up and we'll get a lifetime of dishes out of it.
Have Fun and Happy, Healthy Eating!Submitted by TARACONKLIN