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Multi-purpose tomato sauce that is mostly vegetables. Feel free to substitute/add other veggies like zucchini, squash, greens, etc. Great on pasta or with beans.
Phew! That was a mouthful. I made the filling for this one night, and it turned out to be so much that I waved off making separate enchiladas and went casserole instead. Pretty easy, very healthy, total crowd-pleaser--even the non-veg/tofu-phobes will dig it.
A vegan riff on Austin's Snap Kitchen's original recipe. The olive oil in the recipe is actually white truffle oil. Start with 1/8 tsp and add up to 1/4 tsp depending on your affinity for truffle oil.
UPDATED: Added the ramen and the almonds. Still a low-fat winner. Note that you don't use the ramen seasoning packet, so the sodium count is incorrect. Thanks for all the awesome reviews!
I'm sure no one in China actually eats anything like this, but we thank them for their culinary contribution of the soy-sesame-ginger-chile combo, which makes anything delicious.
Even though I'm not a huge fan of dairy products, they can be a helpful way to start working towards eating less meat. I created this recipe after a special request from a Personal Chef Services client, and it's a big hit with her family. Yes, you can use bottled spaghetti sauce, but it's so easy to make a basic sauce from scratch with higher quality ingredients and it gives you something to do while the water boils for the pasta, so it's worth a little extra work.
No eggs? No problem. A great way to get healthy fat from coconut and so easy to make. Will please anyone who likes coconut; not just health foodies! You can absolutely use stevia instead of or in addition to the agave nectar.
Mom's classic madeover to be healthy AND vegetarian! Seriously, this is the most delicious comfort food and you will get addicted. You can use real chicken if you want, but I promise you'll fool everyone if you use the Quorn.
Light, lemony, simple: my favorite three things about any recipe. Always use organic and preferably local, humanely raised and slaughtered chicken.
(sausage totally optional...then it's vegan and awesome)
Adapted from Moosewood Lowfat. Halve the recipe for a more manageable mid-week dessert. Who has EIGHT ramekins?
Ok, not really casserole because you make it all on the stovetop, but it's a healthy knock-off of a popular Southern dish.
Healthier version of bread pudding featuring low-glycemic, high fiber Ezekiel bread and soy milk. Tastes like a really good bran muffin. Hey, it's healthy, so you'll just have to adjust your palate a little, but don't be scared.
Note: no stevia in the database, so either up the sugar to 3/4 cup if you don't care, or add the stevia.