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Sweet like a pie, but slightly savory and smoky. Very low in fat and filled with nutrients.
It's based on this recipe: http://www.food.com/recipe/butternut-squas
A balanced way to get you going in the morning. Has a great amount of protein, carbs, fats, omega-3s and antioxidants!
Very low-calorie, low-fat and simply delicious additions to your favorite soups, salads and of course, tacos.
A great drink to start your morning with. Under 300 calories and loaded with vitamins.
Seriously, these pancakes are so light and fluffy, these make a wonderful low-fat, no cholesterol, and fiber-filled alternative to your traditional pancake.
This is some of the best French Toast you'll ever taste, I guarantee it.
Filling, hearty, and under 200 calories each.
This juice is awesome and packed with potassium and vitamin A! And it's under 200 calories!
Under 300 calories!
A great way to lunch. Low in cholesterol.
A great way to start the day. Over 10 grams of fiber!
Only 135 calories, low carb, and packed with flavor!
A low-calorie, low-fat protein punch that will pick up your energy after lunch.
Only 200 calories and it packs a lot of protein!
A simple easy to make salad for all seasons.
These are so good and hearty for a Sunday breakfast!
Only under 300 calories and 5 grams of fat!
A nice way to start the day off.
Since they don't have any info on the soup, I used a comparable recipe from Alton Brown.
It's basically the same recipe as this:
But I had no tomatoes in the house, so I had to make do, LOL.
A great way to come down with a light meal at the end of the day.
A chef on YouTube said it best: macaroni and cheese is not a low-fat dish. But I say if you are going to indulge, at least get it done right. This is approximated from Sarita's Mac and Cheese on 1st and East 12th in the East Village.
A simple salad I made to balance a higher-calorie meal.
How freaking simple is this?!
This is what I love to cook on a brisk fall or winter evening. Heck, I've been known to do this in the summer! Rich in flavor and nutrients, and under 350 calories a serving.
It's your basic house salad, but a good, light starter to a meal. Taken from Galanga in New York City's West Village
This is adapted from Galanga, a great Thai restaurant in New York City in the West Village. And lo and behold, they believe in sensible portions!
I love, love, love, love, love making quick nachos at home! This is a good item to make for lunch at the office and a great way to reuse leftovers.
Tasty, filling, low in calories, and all the Vitamin C you will need for the day. And then some.
A little indulgent, but very tasty sandwich.
Great, easy version of Caribbean-style chicken curry.
From Haru Restaurant @ Park Ave in New York City.
Loads of garlic!
This is a great way to start the morning off! LOTS of Vitamins A&C, Riboflavin, Calcium, and Protein! Add a little milk for even more nutrients.
VERY nutrient-rich. Only 100 calories per serving!
Because I'm anal-retentive and want to know exactly what I'm eating.
VERY rich in minerals and protein. But high in fat (mostly good fats, though).
I normally prefer fresh spinach, but frozen spinach was in the fridge, and sometimes, you just gotta improvise. Quick and easy recipe.
A tasty, nutrient-rich version of the classic diner burger.