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Just what I had in the house.
Had this for dinner tonight. Mom's recipe. Neither my husband nor I could figure out why it came out so moist without any oil added. So flavorful!
These are a big hit, especially with mustard!
Incredibly easy, incredibly healthy, and incredibly delicious! Low in fat and calories--high in protein and potassium. Fabulous on a baked potato instead of butter or sour cream, or great as a dip with any raw veggies.
A delicious,nutritious dessert that never seems to stick around after I make it--always gets devoured. We like it tart, but if you want it sweeter, add more stevia or the sweetener of your choice. Maple syrup is amazing in it, but I try to cut the calories as much as possible. I've also made this with raisins and pecans instead of almonds. You can make it almost totally fat-free by leaving out the nuts. Still good! This was totally my invention!
I totally made this up! It's loosely based on a traditional, Jewish noodle kugel, but I wanted something that was also savory and had a lot of mushrooms and onions that I wanted to use. My husband said he never tasted anything like it before, but he really liked it, as did I. You could dramatically lower the calories by using fat free ricotta and fat free cream cheese, and you could spray the pan instead of the oil. I think that would probably cut your cals in half, but I had to calculate it for the way I made it.
A delicious blend of sweet and white potatoes, created by my parents.
Great alternative to cole slaw, sweeter flavor with a crisper texture, super easy if you have a food processor with a shredder or grater blade.
This is a quick, super-healthful, low-fat, delicious meal for one. I came up with this idea because I had next to nothing to make myself for dinner today, and I was in a hurry. I don't particularly care for cottage cheese or sweet potatoes, but somehow I came up with this idea anyway, and it was like ambrosia to me. Something about the seasoning just made everything taste yummy! If you're watching sodium, use garlic powder instead of garlic salt, and I'm sure it will be just as good. Remember, this is a whole meal, not a side dish! Believe me, I ate it 3 hours ago, and still feel satisfied!
This is a recipe that another member posted, but she did not include all ingredients in the calorie counter. I am re-posting the same recipe, including all ingredients, and changing the splenda brown sugar to regular brown sugar. I am leaving off the decorations (they weren't included in the original ingredients anyway, and I don't need them.) Truthfully, if you don't add the frosting, it's not that bad, calorie-wise, if you limit yourself to one cookie!
This is the easiest thing in the world to make, and it's filling, healthful, nutritious, and low-calorie. What more could you want? Also due to the healthful benefits of cinnamon, my cholesterol and blood sugar both normalized after only a month of eating this for breakfast most days. It may look weird or sound gross, but trust me, if you like apple pie type desserts, the odds are good that you'll like this.
This is a slight tweaking of a recipe I found on restaurantwidow.com. I tried to minimize the salt to keep the sodium levels in check. It came out delicious! My 5-yr-old couldn't stop eating them, when I made it for the first time yesterday, and she is already begging me to make it again. They are the perfect snack because they are full of nutrients with hardly any calories; they taste delicious, and have a very satisfying crunch. If you've never tried kohlrabi, you don't know what you're missing!
I found baby portobellas on sale at the market, 6 oz. for $1, so I bought 4 packages or 24 ounces of them (that's the 680 grams). Then I had to figure out what to do with them. I wanted to use them all up quickly, so I figured soup was the easiest way. It was so good and filling I had two bowls full and didn't want anything else for dinner! It is super low calorie with no added sweeteners or salt, and very little fat, but doesn't taste like it! Incredibly filling!
Really easy, this has no sweetener in it at all, but it is super flavorful. And a big bowl of it keeps for several days covered in the fridge. If you're like us, it won't last that long. Great to do if you have lots of cukes in the garden like we've had lately.
The trick with this is limiting your portions! It's just too yummy! It's the quickest, easiest dish in the world, and it's so gooood!
Recipes I've Rated:
- Strawberry-Kiwi Yogurt Freezer Pops
- Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili
- Roasted Ratatouille
- Vegetarian Chopped "Liver" Spread
- Gazpacho (Chilled Vegetable Soup)
- Cold Cucumber Soup
- Easy Zucchini Parmesan
- World's Best (and easiest) Salmon
- Guac Spread
- Roasted Beets 'n' Sweets, all recipe
- Easy Cucumber Cups
- Roasted Balsamic Asparagus
- Breaded Baked Chicken nuggets
- Boston Baked Beans
- Low Fat Refried Beans
- Tofu and Squash Curry
- Easy Tuna Noodle Casserole
- Easy Sugar Cookie Recipe
- "Lighten" Noodle Kugel (Dairy)
- Vegan 15 Bean Soup
- Noodles with Easy Peanut Sauce
- Butternut Squash, Baked
- Green Bean and Mushroom Casserole
- Alyson's Vegetarian Chili
- Southern Fried Salmon Patties
- 15 Bean Vegetable Soup
- Tangy Cucumber and Onion Salad
- Kohlrabi Slaw
- Braised Kohlrabi
- Salmon with Summer Tomato Salsa
- French Toast
- Passover Macaroni and Cheese
- Coach Nicole's Yummy Hummus
- Tofu Chocolate Cake
- Robin's Low Sodium Chunky Salsa
- Salsa, Salsa, Salsa!
- Filling and Easy Rice Dinner