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Packed full of good for you stuff, including chia, flax and hemp seed. Great for breakfast on the go, hikes, or a mid-day snack! Full of complex carbs to keep you sustained through the day.
Extremely versatile....Mix it up! Try different nuts, raisins, trail mix...whatever sounds good! This is just a base recipe.
Quick and easy street food at home! Low cal so you can eat to your hearts content! 97 calories per taco!
Serving size is 1 tablespoon. Nice thick homemade mayo from a healthy oil.
Definitely and different combination, but tasty, easy to throw together, and not heavy on a hot summer day!
I came up with this to utilize the TONS of tomatoes I have going bad in my garden. It sounds strange but you can't even taste them and its a good way to get your veggies in...
Delicious and low fat
I found this recipe on recipezaar.com but since I forgot half of the stuff needed for it I made my own version of it with what I had. Bademjan means “eggplant” in Farsi (otherwise known as Persian, the language spoken Iran). This stew works fantastically with Persian rice (Polo) and is a dish which can be modified for vegetarians very easily. Such comfort food–everyone will enjoy this dish.
My Husband came up with these. They are sooooo yummy. We used to use all regular ingredients, but this recipe is using fat free ingredients to make them healthier. 20 servings is 10 burritos, cut in half, they are REALLY filling. Could be served with a salad and maybe some rice.
My husband keeps hounding me to make fried chicken. Since my traditional fried chicken is a heart attack waiting to happen I came up with this and you can barely tell I've made a change. The use of small amounts of olive oil is to get those good fats in your diet, and the spray is to make sure theres enough to brown the chicken without packing on the calories. Calculated on one breast per person.
From a recipe I found on recipezaar.com but modified to my families taste. SO good.
As with most of my recipes this makes a HUGE batch. I feed 5 and like to have leftovers to either freeze or eat for lunch the next day. This recipe makes about 18 one cup servings. this recipe is very versitile, you could add or reduce the veggies as you like, even use no sodium tomato sauce(this is calculated with sodium). since the veggies are chopped up so fine, picky kids will barely notice them, so this is kid friendly also.
this is so not authentic but its yummy. This is about 12 servings, again I have a family of 5 and like to have left overs for lunch the next day. most of my recipes will be like this.
This makes 10 servings because I make extra so I can have leftovers for lunch the next day. Should be easy to cut it in half.
hearty healthy soup