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This recipe is not the healthiest thing on this site. However, when paired with a hearty helping of roasted or steamed vegetables, it makes a decadent delight with creamy hints of sweet and salty that complement the spiciness.
After I work out, I am starving-- I could eat an entire herd of buffalo. So I have started to come up with recipes that are reasonably fast to prep, and that have a LOT of protein, some healthy fat, and some crunchy freggies to get me full and satisfied stat!
My all-time Favorite sweet treat at the Renaissance Festival: recreated in a slightly healthier way for when I absolutely Must have dessert. Provides a bit of flaky pastry, a bit of spiced apple-y sweetness, and a convenient single serving to prevent overindulging. Lovely!
This is a satisfyingly sweet and delicious treat that fills the whole house with the smell of baked cinnamon and apples.
It makes a good breakfast or healthy dessert. If you have leftover rice from dinner, this can be mixed up and baked the night before to be ready for a quick-warm-up breakfast.
This recipe is for when you absolutely must have something crunchy, salty, and nutty to snack on-- and you don't want to break your eating plan. Amazingly low-cal, low-fat, and high in protein-- a good snack to have around for holiday and super bowl parties!
They are also delicious with other spice blends when you aren't feeling the curry: I have posted a spicy maple version as well!
This is an excellent sweet, spicy, healthy dish for cool fall days. Use Tilapia for high protein and mild flavor, but the recipe can be used for chicken breasts or other lean protein. Serve over brown rice or Quinoa.
This recipe is from an article on Sparkpeople.com, so I was surprised not to find it in the recipe database. I added the dash of salt and pepper to taste. I also recommend cutting the chicken into really small chunks-- it worked better for us!
A tasty recipe for those days when the temptation is strong!
From "Tips, Tricks and Treats to Teach Kids to Cook
Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen? No Such Thing!"
-- By Sarah Haan, Registered Dietitian
I added water several times while cooking this: both the pasta and the barley will suck up water. Add the barley Earlier, add the noodles about 15 minutes before you serve. Use low-sodium canned vegetables or frozen vegetables to get this on the table in a flash on a grey rainy day: you have just enough time to change into clean dry socks before it is ready!
Recipes I've Rated:
- Skinny Margarita
- Sausage spice
- Coach Nicole's Yummy Hummus
- Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Soup
- Chewy Molasses Ginger Cookies
- Snickerdoodles from Gold medal
- Cheap & Low-Fat Chicken and Brown Rice Soup
- Spinach & Feta Pie
- Kid Friendly Tuna Melt
- Quinoa-Black Bean Casserole
- Crispy Baked Egg Rolls
- Strawberry Cheesecake Shake
- Nancy's Easy Tzatziki (Greek Yogurt Sauce to Die For!)
- Baked Falafel
- Crustless Spinach, Onion and Feta Quiche