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What to do with leftover corned beef. I realized I probably could gotten away with less olive oil or even spray oil and saved alot of fat calories.
I think these vegetables taste the best with Trader Joe's Hummus Dressing. Normally I add avocado, but mine was over ripe. But avocado is amazing with it!
I wanted to use items that wouldn't parish right away and would be relatively easy to make, so I used Dr. Praegers frozen sweet potato pancakes, Alexis hashbrowns and frozen chopped collard greens. They are pretty tasty but even with the hefty amount of olive oil, they didn't turn out as crispy as I would like. It could be how thick they were or still too much moisture, I don't know. But they were still delicious! Any tips on how to make these better is always apreciated!
Adapted from a recipe in Cooking Light December 1999
Very flavorful with high protein and fiber
A delicious way to get your servings of fruit
High in vitamins.
This isn't the most low fat spread, but it is delicious and easy to make. 1 svg = about 1 1/2 tbls.
This is adapted from a Whole Foods Recipe.
A great way to use up leftover turkey after the holidays. Tastes great on a baked sweet potato and adds alot of fiber and vitamins. Also, good with non fat cheddar cheese.
Something to take to work and heat in the microwave.
I threw this together for a quick healthy lunch. Feel free to add more veggies. I realized afterward that I could have.
Italian bread salad
Less fat and more protein
These are pretty easy too make and super delicious!
Add as little or as much as you want. I only showed what I did for the caloric results.
It is really excellent with Karam's Garlic Sauce and feta. You don't need a lot of the garlic sauce since it is so strong. 1 tablespoon equals about 5 grams of fat. I use about 1 tsp on one serving, that way I can still tase the fresh veggies.
Meals for one or two.
This adapted from the one skillet stroganoff.
I made some changes to the one already on here.
Another one I threw together.
I adapted this from Pillsbury.com for less fat and lack of crescents. :)
Note: I did not make my own matzo balls.
Got this from Glad Simply Cooking Steam Bag Recipes, with a little adjustment from me.
with meat and veggies. I only had lean ground beef, but would have used ground turkey or leanest ground beef for a lower fat version. Definitely will next time!
This can be served warm or cold.
Also low fat
Super easy treat!
I am trying not to eat any refined sugar for awhile, so I took the idea of another recipe to use figs in truffles to add sweetness and fiber and lower the carb and fat count. They taste pretty good and help satisfy my chocolate cravings. :)
Wanted to have something pre-made for my early morning rush.
Adjusted from MT's meatloaf
An Indian rice pudding. Substitutions from original recipe.
Just through together a bunch of stuff in the house.
Packed with texture and flavor.
These are lower in fat and sugar then the regular and super easy to make. But getting the consistancy right takes awhile. Adapted from a recipe on Northpole.com
I threw this together cause I needed some protein and was going to work out. Tastes great! Can always substitute other juices, like orange. All I had was Bolthouse.
Wheat free, low fat, low sugar and amazing! I used what was left in my kitchen after I messed up on a previous batch and they came out even better then the 1st recipe.
These are wheat free.
Nice on cold days
Family recipe to use on tuna sandwiches (except for the plain yogurt bit)
Although this one has real bacon it is still low in fat and high in nutrients and fiber. Oh! And did I mention, yummy?
This is very hearty, high in nutrition and low in calories.
I usually hate frozen spinach, but this was amazing! Tried it with nonfat cottage cheese and eggbeaters. Still good!
Very tasty and full of nutrition
Low fat, low cal, high protein and nutrients.
Nice in salads, on potatoes and whatever you can think of...
taken and slightly adapted from Cooks.com
This is a philipino dish that varies from family to family. Adapted from a post by Ma. Elena Francisco (Lyn) from a recipe from Phoebe L. Parrone (Lucy). I hopia like it!
by May M
Comfort food wthout all the fat and calories.
This is amazing!
If you don't like anything super sweet then you will like these. Not to mention they are full of healthy things like buckwheat, flaxseed and of course, oats!
Great with chips and salsa!
Rich and creamy with less fat.
Excellent with fat free English Crumpets, cucumbers and tomatoes!
You can make it more low fat by using non fat sour cream and/or cream cheese or blend in some cottage cheese.
Has a nice kick. Great with veggies, pita or whole wheat crackers.
This isn't the same as regular stroganoff, but it has its own charms.
These are a lot less calorie and fat then I had originally wrote. I hadn't finished baking the rest of them and estimated 10 servings, it is actually 17.
These ones are much more flavorful.
This is low in fat and full of nutrients and protein. Very flavorful.
This is fattening and sweet by itself, but when used as a dip for fruit it is a much healthier and very very delicious dessert.
This was a hit at my friend's lunch party.
Very rich and filling. Low fat for something with sausage and still souper tasty! ;)
Very yummy, low cal, high protein breakfast.
These are low in fat an high in nutrition. And easy to make
These are a little less fattening then a regular calzone and super easy and super yummy!
They are even better with Trader Joe's whole wheat dough. However, this takes a little more effort.
This is a mild chili, low in fat with lots of protein, fiber and nutrients.
I would normally substitute, low fat cheese and half and half, but I was out. These are smaller servings but very filling.
Very filling. Nice for breakfast.
A really easy, nutritious dessert. Note that these are 4 large portions of deliciousness. You may not need that much.
I got this recipe when I was on the South Beach diet. Of course, I added carrots since I have been off. But it is really healthy. And yummy!
This is a little lower in fat, but you can sub low fat cheese, low fat sour cream and corn tortillas for a slightly healthier version.
High in vitamins and protein, low on fat.
Slightly changed from an Amish recipe. Very filling.
I couldn' get the exact measurements and ingredients to get the correct nutritional info. So it is just a guess. The actual ingredients are listed.
The nutrition info may not be correct, they didn't list the same ingredients, I actually used, such as spelt, barley flour and dry milk. Very strange. They seem basic, but whatever...
made in breadmaker
easy to make, easy to freeze and easy to travel
Flavorful and healthy dip
Loaded with nutrients and delicious!
PB Oatmeal & Chocolate Chip Cookies
use splenda brown sugar
Recipes I've Rated:
- Slow Cooker Apple Brown Cinnamon Oatmeal
- Moroccan Braised Lamb Shanks
- Self-Crust Pumpkin Pie
- Grilled bread and tomato salad
- Vegan Black-Eyed Pea Salsa
- Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes
- Easy Ground Beef Skillet
- Sausage Egg and Cheese Biscuit Muffins
- Chickpea and feta salad
- Marie's Stuffed Cabbage with Turkey
- Ranch Chicken Loaf
- Simple Grilled Salmon
- Healthy Moussaka
- Moroccan Sweet Potato Stew w Lentils
- Herbed Spinach, Feta, Ricotta stuffed Chicken
- Black Bean and Cabbage
- Jan's Carrot Potato Onion Soup
- Quaker Oat Vanishing Oatmeal Cookies
- Chicken Vegetable Soup with Rice
- Classic Greek Salad
- Ribolitta-- Italian Soup
- Pomegranate-Ginger Spritzer
- Cheesy Hamburger Casserole
- Israeli Salad
- Autumn Scones
- Easy Zucchini Parmesan
- Vegetarian Garden Pasta
- Lamb Shank Soup