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Add whatever veggies and/or meats you like to put on your pizza for a delicious bowl of comfort on a cold night!
This cheesy white sauce is great for a sauce on vegetables, or even for macaroni & cheese! Made with nutritional yeast and only a little bit of cheese to add flavour.
This recipe is from "Recipes for a Small Planet," and is a favourite of my family. It is a healthy imitation frozen cheesecake, and is delicious!
Top with fruit of your choice to serve: fresh in-season fruits, your favourite frozen fruit, or make a fruit topping (or use a can of pie filling).
NOTE: The fruit topping is NOT included in this recipe/nutrition information in order to make it as versatile as possible for SparkPeople's Nutrition Tracker.
Great for a Southwest or Mexican style salad, over avocados, or even as a dip for veggies!
Chock-full of nutrients, these muffins are a breakfast unto themselves!
Taken from theKitchn:
I am not a morning person, but I love breakfast. These don't mix well. So, I created this twist on traditional egg salad and omelettes.
This is my husband's recipe for vegetarian black bean burgers. He is a staunch meat-eater, and he loves these burgers because not only do they taste good and are healthy, but they also have a good texture (they don't crumble like some veggie burger recipes).
I make different versions of this based on what beans and vegetables are in my kitchen on a given night. Add or subtract ingredients. Use frozen, fresh, or canned. Mix and match!
A delicious treat for any chocoholic.
I took the recipe for Basic Waffles from the Cuisinart Waffle Maker Instruction Manual, and lowered the fat and sugar content.
Baba Gannouj is a Lebanese spread/dip made from eggplant. Use it as a spread for sandwiches: Pita pocket with baba gannouj and alfalfa sprouts or spinach. Serve it as a dip with pita, pita chips, or carrot sticks. Or just eat it out of the serving bowl with a spoon!
This is my mom's parsley soup, which has become a traditional family meal on cold winter nights eating in front of the fireplace. This soup is rich in flavor and heavy enough to be eaten as a main course. I recommend serving with a small salad on the side and a big loaf of a crusty bread (sourdough or French baguette, for examples) for dipping in the soup.
*Instead of using chicken bouillon, you can use a vegetarian bouillon (I have used vegetable, mushroom, and herb bouillons). This substitute turns this recipe into a delicious vegetarian meal.
*I use instant nonfat dry milk in this soup. You may substitute this for 1 1/2 cups regular nonfat milk. If you want a creamier soup, you may use milk with fat or even some cream.
I use salted butter in this recipe, and rarely add extra salt. Salt to taste, but remember that extra salt is not counted in the nutrition info for this recipe.
A basic cheese sauce. Delicious over broccoli, cauliflower, cooked spinach, baked potatoes, etc. Also makes a delicious dip for veggies, tortillas, or pita chips. Can be used as a spreadable cheese on sandwiches (hot or after cooling).
Marker for grilled cheese just the way I like it. :)
A healthier take on Apple Crisp.
This is a very basic recipe, with ideas for things to add, etc. at the end of the Instructions (note -- the Nutrition Counter only includes the items listed in the "Ingredients" section! Be sure to add the nutrition info for any extras you choose to add.)
A delicious, balanced "one-pot wonder" meal. Includes meat, veggies, and brown rice (could substitute another grain or whole wheat pasta, or even use whole grain bread to make sloppy joe sandwiches).
I used frozen spinach and frozen oriental blend veggies. However, I used them because that was what was in my freezer. Use broccoli, regular mixed veggies, carrots, or any other veggies you'd prefer.
This is a delicious, low calorie, vegetarian sandwich.
The original version was made with French bread that you slice in half lengthwise (like a hoagie), but I put it on whole wheat bread to lower the calories. While I make this with fresh mozzarella, it is also very good with provolone cheese.
If you want to add meat to it, a slice of cooked salami or Genoa salami would go well with it (not included in the Nutrition Information here).