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Made this recipe up for a nice light dinner. Leftovers make a great lunch.
This is another Heidi Swanson recipe. Can be made with or without the Tempeh, but it adds some protein. A bit high in fat, but all the good kinds. And oh so tasty.
I made this up one day with a selection of random ingredients and it turned out delicious if I do say so myself. I love pumpkin and I love lasagna but I couldn't find a good healthy-ish recipe (all the ones I found were covered in bechamel sauce!), so I made one up.
Another Heidi Swanson recipe from this big fan. It's really really easy (once the squash cutting is done) and the flavours are surprisingly complex. I used Heidi's original recipe for calorie calculations but you can lighten it up by using light coconut milk or just a bit less (I do this anyway, because I find the coconut flavour too strong otherwise) and skipping the butter. I also generally use butternut squash, but any winter squash works. Enjoy!
Haven't actually made this yet, but I will make it for dinner tonight. Another Heidi recipe from me for all other 101cookbooks or 'Super Natural Cooking' fans who spark.
This is based on the recipe from Molly Katzen's Moosewood restaurant. Really simple and delicious and filling enough for lunch or dinner when served with salad or bread. Enjoy!
I'm not claiming responsibility for this recipe! Just entering it in so other fans of Heidi's (like I am) can have another recipe to track. Love Heidi Swanson!
I made this up one day when I was craving cabbage and had a bunch of kidney beans in the fridge that needed using. Canned kidney beans would work fine here if you're in a hurry.
Got this from the New York Times Passover Cookbook, but it's great all the time!
this is adapted from the recipe that Heidi Swanson posted on her website. It's not 'diet' but it is certainly healthy, delicious, and very filling as a main vegetarian dish.
This is from Martha Stewart's 'Everyday' food magazine. The cookies are really really good. Very sweet, crunchy and satisfying, but pretty guilt free--no added fat, high in fiber...great with lowfat vanilla fro-yo or coffee.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Quinoa with tofu and spinach
- Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili
- Polenta Pie
- Old Fashion Chocolate Cake
- Oatmeal Whole Wheat Quick Bread
- Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Black bean brownies
- Spicy Baked Sweet Potato Fries
- Moosewood Lentil Soup
- Portabella Mushroom Bake
- Tuna Cakes
- Peppers Stuffed with Quinoa, Spinach and Feta Cheese