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I LOVE cream of broccoli soup, but most recipes call for butter and cream. My waist doesn't like that. ;) The low calorie recipes online were made with milk and really sounded like they'd be really runny. I want THICK and creamy! So, I dug through my cupboard and found these ingredients and decided to throw them together. The secret weapon in this is the cream of celery soup. :)
I just threw this together one day when I got home really late and needed some dinner. I ate the entire pot as a meal, but it would probably be best in servings as a side dish. :P
I just made this today with some of the food I had on hand in the fridge. It's a cold day and I was craving something warm. :)
I decided to add zucchini as a filler in this pizza's crust, so you get a little more pizza without extra calories. :)
I won't lie, this isn't going to take the place of that yummy, greasy take out pizza, but it's a healthier way to kick the craving. :)
I found this recipe in a cookbook, and I had to share it!! :)
This is another meal that I make when my husband is out of town. I was craving Shepard's Pie one night and I wanted something filling but not SUPER high in calories. I grabbed some ground beef and pulled out some veggies I had in the fridge. Of course, you could use any veggies you had on hand, but this is what I had.
This is another of the dishes I make when my husband is away. I usually half it, but it freezes well, too.
My husband works out of town alot, so I make this often. I just cut the recipe in half to make enough for one. Or I'll make the whole recipe and have the leftovers the next day.
This recipe can be easily multiplied to make enough for an entire family.
So easy. 2 ingredients. I practically live off of this stuff when my husband is out of town. lol...
I found this recipe online, though I altered it just a tad. I have the nutrition as 1 serving, but it could be split into 2 small servings.
The original calls for steel cut oats, but rolled oats makes it a quicker breakfast, as well as being something that's more likely to be in the cupboard. :)
Only 3 ingredients, and about 5 minutes prep!! Perfect for my husbands "meat and potatoes" fix. :P
I adjusted the recipe to lower the fat and calories.
This is a recipe I adapted from a Kraft Food's recipe. It passed my husband's picky taste test, so it must be good.
I made this the other day for a big family function, and there wasn't a drop left in the bowl after dinner. :) Big success...
I found a recipe online for rice pudding, and I figured it could easily be altered to be more health conscious. :) No fat, and 50 calories a serving.
This is my sister-in-law's recipe, that I changed to make more low fat. :) It's my husband's all time favorite meal.
SO easy!! My grandma always made these with leftover icing, after baking cakes. I didn't make the icing with shortening or butter, as my grandma did, to save fat. :)
Traditionally, croquettes are fried, but to save fat and calories, I choose to bake/broil them. :)
I altered this from a kraft foods recipe, to make it low fat. :)
This is a favorite, in my family. My husband is a "meat and potatoes" kind of guy, and this hits the spot for him.
Growing up, we ate these at every family function. I love them! :D
These are tasty little meatballs, made with ground beef, rice and brown gravy...
When I was a kid, I always loved the days my mom made porcupine balls for dinner.
I love, love, love this bread! Unfortunately, it's not the lowest in fat, since it's full of flax seed. But you do get the benefits of eating the flax seed, and it really is delicious!
Cooking time really depends on your bread machine, mine takes 3 hours.
This is a recipe that my mom always made while I was growing up. It's become one of my favorite comfort foods.
Sorry Mom! I changed the recipe a little with low fat cream of mushroom and reduced fat sour cream.
This recipe comes out pretty thick, so feel free to add some milk if you'd like.
This is a recipe I found online, and it was so good and SO easy I had to share it. Who would have though gluten free waffles could be so good? :)
Okay, they're not the no-bake cookies we're all used to, but when you have a sweet tooth that just won't go away, these are a helpful alternative.
Great to make with kids!
Can also be made without powdered sugar, if you're worried about the mess.
I like to keep mine in the fridge...
When my husband is out of town on business, I try to come up with extremely simple things to make myself for dinner. This is one of them.
These taste really good with some cheese in them as well, but it does add extra fat.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Easy Slow Cooker Beef and Mushrooms
- Taco Salad Casserole
- Slow Cooker Chicken Fajitas
- Black Bean Chicken
- Mexican Tortilla Casserole
- Tea's Creamy Chicken & Broccoli Pasta Bake
- Crock Pot Cajun Chicken and Shrimp Creole
- Slow Cooker Taco Soup
- No Bake Mexican Casserole
- portobello mushroom burger
- Deer Meat Shepard's Pie
- Crock Pot Sweet 'n Sour Chicken over Rice
- No Bake Graham Cracker Cheesycake
- Mexican Potato Casserole
- My bagels
- Authentic Indian Chicken Curry
- Crock-pot Tamale Pie
- Amazing Rice Pudding
- Mexican chicken and rice casserole
- Popcorn with seasoning
- Flax Breakfast Porridge (Gluten Free)
- Pumpkin Brownies
- Creamy Cajun Shrimp and Pasta
- "Fried" Chicken
- Tiramisu Cheesecake (Light)
- Beer Bread
- Garlic Chicken Barbecue Pizza
- Bread machine white bread
- Crisp Garlic Oven Fries
- Chicken Chili - Slow Cooker/ Crock Pot
- Brown Sugar, Flax & Oatmeal Pancakes
- Easy Beer Bread
- Crock Pot Chicken
- diet sprite cake
- Diet Soda Brownies
- no guilt brownies
- CHICKEN MUK LUK ( My kids named it )