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This dish is amazing. My boys eat it up like nobody's business every time I make it!
Redone from a recipe book I have. Adjusted some ingredients to see if this works better :)
My kis love Chicken Parmesan, but being that I am eating low carb, I couldn't make it the same way anymore. After making this, they fell in love with it :)
One meal all in one dish! A recipe from a cookbook that I changed a little.
Yummy! My kids love this, and it is light!! Perfect after dinner treat, and I don't feel guilty. Have two if you want :)
I got this recipe out of the Taste of Home Cooking Comfort "Diet" cookbook. I adjusted it just a touch more to slim off even more calories :)
A nice quick lunch
I got this recipe out of a weight watchers cookbook :) A nice refreshing beverage.
A great compliment to grilled dinners.
I love potroast, and by adding some super yummy veggies, I dont miss the potatoes. I add a big bowl of mixed greens on the side with a touch of dressing, and it fills me up really good!
Sometimes I mix this up, add halved grapes or toasted almond slivers. A little celery one day, maybe onion the next. This is my base for chicken salad, no matter what day it is. The chicken preperation is different from other recipes, but holds the most flavor!!
I saw a new dish featured on a commercial for Olive Garden, and by just looking at the two fried chicken breasts on the plate, I knew it was definitely unhealthy. So, I put my hand at rewriting a healthier version.
I love this veggie extravaganza of RR's, but when I found out that the original dish was almost 1000 cool calories, I knew there had to be a way to minimize that without losing amazing flavor. To be honest, I could never finish an entire portion of the original recipe.
I love this with a big old salad. It is my weekend lunch when I am home from work relaxing.
I love this kind of quick lunch when I get home from work!
Another Rachel Ray recipe that I tried to convert to a healthier version. I peeled a smooth 500 calories off of this dish by exchanging ingredients and reducing others. Please give me feedback on how you think it tastes. Enough flavor? The potassium in this dish is high, even after I adjusted things~maybe from the veggies? All suggestions are welcome.
This originally is a Rachel Ray recipe that I loved to make my kids. With a few adjustments and healthy replacements, I have knocked off about 200 calories from it. Tell me what you think!
In no time at all I have a great dinner in one dish. I love salads, and this is a way to get my kids to eat it too!! It is easy to omit an ingredient that they don't like, while still getting all the ones that I love!
I have been looking for a grilled pizza recipe, and couldn't find one that I liked. So, by taking advice from other grilled pizza recipes, and combining them with healthier toppings that I like, I created this recipe.
You can use this as a side dish, a filling for tacos or pitas, or even burritos!
I love margerita pizza! The fresh ingredients are amazing. This is a low cal wonderful treat! You can make it low-sodium by choosing a low sodium can of tomatoes, or sometimes I omit the canned, and use fresh, diced tomatoes. Makes sodium even lower!
Recipes I've Rated:
- Asparagus Parmesan
- Zucchini Tomato Soup
- Beef and Noodles
- Tortellini Soup
- Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches
- Cucumber Sandwiches
- cucumber sandwiches
- barbecue chicken sandwiches
- Grilled Sweet-and-Sour Chicken Packets With Rice
- Un-Chained Recipe Contest Martha Vineyard Salad
- Pasta with spinach, white beans and tomatoes
- Salsa Baked Potato
- lemon pie
- WW Barbecue Chicken with Grilled Peaches
- Dilled Shrimp with Farfalle
- Cheese and Garlic Rotini With Grilled Chicken
- Pork Tenderloin Diane