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Recipes I've Shared:
Itís a white chocolate chip chocolate macadamia nut cookie made without butter!
A light yet hearty lunch -- hard boiled egg with Cheddar cheese, honey peanut butter, whole grain crackers, apples, and grapes.
This is my take on the Starbucks Bistro Box. As a vegetarian that hates tomatoes, I had to modify it a little, lol.
Hope you enjoy!
Great as a dessert or as a quick breakfast treat.
Inspired by Gina, from SkinnyTaste
Inspired by Applebee's ZESTY ROMA CHICKEN & SHRIMP Under 550 dish only with Quorn chicken and pineapple.
My take on the Burrito Supremo from El Mariachi in WI
We are vegetarian but still love homemade comfort food (with a kick). My kids also love little muffin-style foods so this is my version of Meatloaf Muffins.
I love succotash but hate okra and tomatoes, so I make my own. Kids even love it with a little extra butter on top.
I love stuffed peppers and pablanos are like a cross between bells and jalapenos so it's perfect for my family. This pepper dish is hearty, nutty, and has a nice kick.
Delicious tuna salad with extra protein but lower in fat / serving
Mexican style beans and rice with "chicken". Kids love the flavor and colors. I love the protein and low cal/fat. Win-win!
All the yum of restaurant sweet potato fries but without all the fat.
Portabella's have a nice, meaty texture that makes this "burger" healthy and deliciously satisfying.
Self saucing quinoa and spinach salad that is high in protein and flavor
Cod fillets are coated in oats and "fried" to a crunchy crispy finish.
Asian inspired salmon that is rich in flavor but quick and easy to make.
A sauce for dipping chicken finger, fish sticks, veggies, or poppers. I love to drizzle it over fish or roasted veggies!
I love asparagus and I love grilled cheese, so why not merge the two into a delicious lunch?
My mother loves tomatoes and so (since I was a child) I have sought new and yummy ways to make stuffed ones for her. Quinoa and spinach stuffed tomatoes that are perfect for Mother's Day, lunch, or as part of a tasty dinner. (And only 160 cals each!)
Even vegetarians love pot pie! Here's my version.
Meat-free stir fry that is tasty and filling.