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I used the portal cookie cutters from thinkgeek to make these. Smallest cookies (yield 56) made with star cookie cutter.
From King Arthur Flour
Creamy, dreamy dessert. Rich with peanut butter molasses sugar
This is a great alternative to high-fat dips and is my go-to appetizer for company.
A cross between wedding soup and stracciatella. My grandma's recipe made slightly healthier with meatballs made from ground turkey breast and low-sodium broth.
A savory breakfast that's surprisingly low-calorie and high-protein.
A nice soup for late-summer veggies...
Great for a Sunday dinner.
A very basic pasta dough.
The amazing 48 calorie cookie with no refined sugar or flour!
My favorite soup.
Delicious, warm and wholesome!
A nutty cookie base is covered with chocolate date paste and topped with chopped nuts and shredded coconut. A decadent treat with no refined flour or sugar.
A quick and easy summer dessert that's decadent and cool.
Honey adds just a little sweetness to a rich-tasting whole grain cornbread.
Crisp and tasty, this is a versatile whole grain flat bread or pizza crust.
Very hearty, warm, and great for using up picnic leftovers!
An easy coffee cake that's great for Sunday brunch!
Replacing some of the butter with yogurt gives these cookies their rich, decadent texture while lowering the fat content.
A tasty whole grain crust. Be sure to knead the dough well and let it rise for at least 2 hours.
I bet you never thought that a waffle with under 1 gram of fat could have 7.5 grams of protein and taste so good. Plus, the batter is ready in the blender in 5 minutes!
I pick up my CSA bag on Wednesdays, which means that whatever's left hanging around has got to go! Heat up a pot of stock and go to it...
NOTE: The sodium for this recipe is incorrect. I used homemade stock with no added sodium, but substituted boxed broth in the ingredient calculator.
Made with some of the delicious goodies from week 1 of this summer's CSA program, this is high fiber, low fat, and delicious.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away...and whole grain flours, yogurt, and flaxseed can't hurt either!
I chose low fat yogurt as opposed to fat free to make some of the fat soluble vitamins more digestible. Fat free works perfectly well though.
This hearty quick bread contains four whole grain flours that provide it with a rich texture and flavor. Fresh blueberries take it to a whole new level!
A tasty, clean sunday breakfast!
These muffins use three different whole grain flours for a texture that's out of this world. This recipe is clean, low-fat, and low-sugar.
With just four all-natural ingredients, you can really feel good about making this frozen yogurt recipe! You can also substitute any fruit puree of your choice when strawberries are out of season.
This recipe is adapted from the one which appears in a recent issue of Clean Eating magazine.
I have made several changes to the original to lower the caloric content as well as sweeten the glaze slightly.
I first made this after receiving a beautiful box of Harry and David pears as a gift. The pear sauce is fantastic right out of the jar, but this takes it one step further.
This jerky is high protein and low fat. Perfect for a snack on the go! 1 oz. is approximately 60 calories, 0.5 grams fat, and 15 grams protein!
This is a base recipe for ricotta cheese pancakes, a healthier alternative to traditional ones. Add fruit, spices, and extracts to this that suit your tastes. Some of my favorite combinations:
*strawberries and an extra dollop of ricotta
*bananas and a tsp. of peanut or almond butter
*cinnamon and sucanat or evaporated palm sugar
This nutty, crispy crust contains three kinds of flour rich in fiber and iron.
This granola is a great breakfast, snack, or topping.
*Low glycemic and a good source of iron and protein.
A hearty, savory soup with barely 3 grams of fat. Freezes well.
A delicious, vegan "meat" loaf!
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This cookbook is designed for individuals looking to create clean, healthy meals. To learn more about clean eating or the inspiration behind this book, please visit the blog: http://neensnotes.blogspot.com