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These completely sugar-free treats with satisfy your sweet tooth without guilt! Peanut-free, gluten-free, sugar-free--and totally delicious. Just 75 calories each!
Make your basic grilled cheese tastier and healthier with these grown-up tweaks to your basic bread and cheese. Serve with steamed broccoli or tomato soup filling meal for under 400 calories!
Use those extra-ripe bananas to make this hearty, mildly sweet quick bread.
This homemade alternative to store bought drinks is intended to replace electrolytes and carbohydrates during/after endurance workouts or exercise in hot, humid weather.
I never get tired of this salad--it is that good! Add your favorite dressing, such as balsamic vinaigrette and enjoy this large and filling salad as a summer meal.
Low in sugar and with just a hint of chocolate, enjoy this chewy goodness for only 150 calories per bar!
Still experimenting with this recipe I created to get the perfect combo of PB and chocolate. (This variation has very little chocolate flavor.) I'll keep working with it and edit the recipe once I get the ratio just right.
This 5-ingredient recipe makes 2 pies and takes just 5 minutes to prepare before baking.
This is a quick meal you can throw together with your favorite fresh and/or frozen veggies. Eat as a main entree or serve with another protein, such as tofu or chicken.
Peanut sauce is one of my favorite things to eat, usually with tofu, green vegetables (like broccoli, spinach and edamame) and brown rice.
These seasonal waffles are easy to make and are packed with protein and fiber. The perfect fall or winter breakfast!
Use as a dip for veggies or a spread on pita and sandwiches.
A hearty, homecooked meal that everyone will love! Serve with steamed broccoli and sweet corn for a complete vegetarian meal.
Make this ahead of time and then refrigerate for a quick, protein-packed breakfast that's also portion-controlled. Top with salsa (optional) and serve with toast for a complete breakfast.
This was my first attempt at making my own granola, because let's face it--that stuff is expensive at the store! You can use any combination of your favorite nuts, seeds and dried fruit, but these are my favorites.
These cookies use the healthy, whole-food ingredients, less sugar and more healthy fats than traditional cookies. You can add any combination of dried fruit, nuts and your favorite chocolate chips. Make them vegan by omitting the egg.
These mildly sweet muffins make great snacks during the fall and winter!
I love making this soup throughout the fall and winter. It's filling, healthy and stores well. Perfect with a grilled cheese sandwich on whole wheat bread.
Cucumbers give this guacamole a refreshing flavor.
This homemade alternative to store-bought granola bars, is a good source of protein, fiber and healthy fats. Tasty and so simple to make! A quarter cup of raisins (not included here) also make a yummy addition!
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Recipe Collections I've Shared:
|Coach Nicole's Vegetarian Favorites
My own recipes and a collection of others. Completely vegetarian and whole-foods based.
|Low-Cost Dinner Recipes: Serve 4 or More for $10 or Less
Times are tough and money is tight. But cooking healthy meals at home doesn't have to cost a lot. These Editor's Choice meals are good for your body and your wallet! Each dinner recipe serves at least 4 people for $10 or less. Now that's a steal!