Lobster Dip - Low cal, low fat, low sugar, low salt (opt)
This quick and tasty basic dip can easily be modified, according to your taste and ingredients on hand.
Serve with veggies or rice crackers.
For a light lunch, serve over toast points, rice, steamed veggies or noodles.
At first, I had this as a 12 serving recipe, but it is so good, that I changed it to 6 servings, as most people will eat more, especially when they realize how few calories are in it.Submitted by: PBIGELOW6
CALORIES: 52.5 |
FAT: 0.1g |
PROTEIN: 5.1g |
CARBS: 6.1g |
Low Salt, Low Fat Slow Cooker Tomato Sauce
Tomato sauce takes a while, and this recipe is no exception, but with the slow cooker it's easy. Plus, this recipe is made with no added sodium or fat!Submitted by: JESPAH
CALORIES: 28.4 |
FAT: 0.4g |
PROTEIN: 1.2g |
CARBS: 6.1g |
No Salt, Low Fat Beef Goulash
The original of this is in a cookbooks called No Salt No Sugar No Fat. I've changed it a bit - using lowfat sour cream instead of nonfat improves the taste greatly!Submitted by: BUNRAB
CALORIES: 636.3 |
FAT: 31.5g |
PROTEIN: 31.2g |
CARBS: 49.1g |
Relatively Low Cal/Fat/Sodium Tuna Salad (NO ADDED SALT)
This Tuna Salad is relatively low in calories, fat, and sodium and works pretty well if you are Jonesin' for a tuna salad sandwich!Submitted by: BBQTOFU
CALORIES: 86.7 |
FAT: 5.8g |
PROTEIN: 8.2g |
CARBS: 1.3g |
Tomato Sauce, Low Salt & Fat
Traditional tomato sauce with no added salt and little fat. Onion-free but tastySubmitted by: SHARONGO12
CALORIES: 69.8 |
FAT: 0.3g |
PROTEIN: 2.8g |
CARBS: 11.2g |
As Healthy as possible, Low salt, low fat, chicken stir fry.
This may take some getting used to as the flavour rely's on the fresh vegetables and spices.
Not listed in this recipe are the spices which are as follows.
dust chicken pieces lightly with curry, garlic powder, and pepper, or other spices as desired. ie ginger etc. Just don't add salt, sugar, or marinade chicken in oils and vinegar as this will add to the calories.
I don't add salt, if you add salt you will need to adjust the recipe. For salt, I added 1 tbsp soy sauce that should be added at the table after the dish is prepared. I try to limit the amount to 1/2 tbsp or less on my portion. Don't just shake the bottle over your food, you will over do it. I measure it out into a spoon. I've allowed for 1 tbsp in the recipe.
I do not add any starches to thicken the sauce as I wish this to be as healthy as possible.
Sometimes I eat this without rice. That is why I've not added it to the recipe. If you serve with rice please calculate that seperately.Submitted by: RESANDA
CALORIES: 163.5 |
FAT: 7.7g |
PROTEIN: 15.1g |
CARBS: 9.2g |