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This is a fantastic salad with lots of textures and aromas. Original Source: Betty Crocker's Eat & Lose Weight. Copyright 2000
This is a great alternative pizza, cooks quick too. It's almost like an artisan style pizza.
This is a quick chili recipe we make when we want beef in our chili
This is relaitve quick and easy to make. Add your your "sauce". I just happen to love sriracha hot sauce. Adjust accordingly for nutrition if you do.
This is a great realtively quick pad thai recipe without having to make the sauce
This is a quick and easy recipe to make that is a great alternative to your standard spaghetti and meatball dinner.
I've been experimenting with the egg mugs for a few months now. I used to LOVE to eat the english muffins with cheese and regular poached eggs until the doc told me to cut out the yolks. This is a lower fat, lower cholesterol, lower calorie alternative. You can stubstitute other lean meats and come up with a satisfying breakfast sandwich.
This is a thin and healthier pizza that I find quite satisfying. For changes in variation, you can use the "lite multigrain english muffins" split in two, or any of the flat breads that are now popular. You can also substitute soy cheese to change up the fat content. I sometimes will add sliced cherry tomato, carmelized onions.
This is quick and very easy recipe to make. it takes a bit of attention and time so it won't scortch. Make sure to bring up the heat slowly to melt the cheese. My picky eater daughter loves this.
this is a quick and VERY easy dinner that kids will eat that's relatively healither than your standard mac and cheese far.
Original source: allrecipes.com, recipe by Christie Ladd
This is a quick veggie chili we make on busy nights
Source: allrecipes.com. NOTE: the original recipe said 10 servings. But, the nutritional information on allrecipes.com is incorrect. This is more accurate at 20 servings.
er of servings "guessed" at 5 since the package of tofu says 5 servings. Probably about 3-4 slices per serving. NOTE: I changed the soy to low sodium soy sauce. Much of the liquid will drain away, so the sodium numbers in reality are probably lower.
Original source: hungrygirl.com. Fast and easy and healthy
SOURCE: September/October 2008 EatingWell.
This is slightly modified version of Egg McMuggin from hungrygirl.com