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Great recipe if you are craving biscuits and gravy!
Recipe from http://vegandad.blogspot.com/2
This recipe is courtesy of The Everything Vegan Cookbook
Recipe from: http://blogs.babble.com/family
Delicious! You'd never guess they are vegan :)
Perfect on any pasta and it's vegan!
This recipe is from http://www.chooseveg.com/displ
This can easily be modified into a meat-eaters meal by substituting in strips of flank steak; however, the calorie count is for the ingredients listed.
Recipe from: http://www.theppk.com/2012/01/
This recipe is taken from "Vegan with a vengeance: over 150 delicious, cheap, animal-free recipes that rock" By Isa Chandra Moskowitz
Recipe taken from http://thebitchinkitchin.blogs
**The servings per recipe may vary and the calorie count can be lowered by using low fat ingredients as well as using a different frosting or using less frosting
This is a powder base to make any "cream of soup". It is a great substitute when a recipe calls for a can of cream of somthing soup.
The serving size may need adjusted, I will edited this recipe after making it.
Taken from: http://shakentogether.blogspot
This recipe is taken from Cook This, Not That, pg 142
This recipe is taken from page 230 of Cook This, Not That. You can save calories by omitting the ham or substituting center cut bacon (or turkey bacon) and also by using reduced fat cheese.
You can lower the amount of calories in this dish by using low fat cheese and/or changing the type of cheese used.
**NOTE: The serving size may be large, I haven't actually measured out the servings. This obviously factors into the calorie count
Make your own pumpkin shaped and flavored cake! :) This isn't low calorie, but if you change the frosting, you can lower the calorie count by 50-100 approximately.
Recipe is taken from "Cook This, Not That" pg 146
This recipe is take from pg 206 of Cook This Not That.
The serving size is fairly large, so you can cut calories by cutting the serving size in half and pairing the lasagna with some fresh vegetables.
This recipe is courtsey of Cooking Light Magazine, March 2011, page 38.
** The magazine suggests using a rotisserie chicken. The nutritional value in the recipe is using boneless, skinless chicken breasts.
Also, the recipe called for slider buns, so you can either use two small buns for one serving or one regular sized bun for one serving.
This recipe was copied from foodnetwork.com:
**I have used greek yogurt instead of mayo to keep the calorie count lower and low sodium bacon. I also cut back on the original amount of olive oil.
Not a low calorie treat, but good for special occasions. If you wanted to lower the calorie count and make it healthier, I would suggest making the cookie mix from scratch with half whole wheat pastry flour and half all purpose flour, egg substitute, and possibly apple sauce.
This recipe is from Paul Dean and can be found at http://www.foodnetwork.com/rec
** NOT A LOW CALORIE RECIPE**
**It might be possible to turn this into a lower calorie recipe, but it would require using a different type of cookie other than the Oreo brand.
Recipe courtesy of: http://picky-palate.com/2011/0
This recipe and all instructions are taken from: http://www.thegraciouspantry.c
**My opinion of this recipe is that it's missing something like an extra herb. I'd love to hear suggestions on how to add some extra flavor to this recipe.
This is a recipe a friend gave me. It is essentially pepperoni bread. It's delicious! It's great as an appetizer or a main course. I always serve it with Ragu Pizza Sauce (30 calories for 1/4 c.)
**If eating this as a dessert, you might consider making the serving size smaller and into 8 servings. If it is eaten as a snack, the 4 servings would be an appropriate serving size.
This is a modified version of a recipe I found on foodnetwork.com. Here is the link to the original recipe:
Great, filling snack, packed with important nurtients! AND it's delicious!
**NOTE: Feel free to change flavors, but know that the calorie content will change slightly when changing any of the specific ingredients listed
This is a lower calorie version of one of my favorite appetizers; Buffalo Chicken Dip.
This is a recipe from my cousin, it is NOT reduced fat in any way. To easily reduce the amount of fat and calories, try using low fat cream cheese, salad dressing, and shredded cheese. Also consider using greek yogurt to substitute the cream cheese. Making these adjustments would considerably lower the calorie content.
**NOTE: Calories do NOT include dipping items ate with it. Calories are solely for the dip.
**DISCLAIMER: These are not a low calorie or typical "healthy" dessert.
Feel free to modify to make healthier. I'm adding this recipe to track the calories. It's delicious, but definitely in moderation.
This is my mother's nacho cheese dip. It's not a low calorie recipe, but it's delicious and fine in moderation. You can lower the calorie content by using skim milk and it wouldn't alter the taste much. You could also use the 2% Velveeta.
This recipe is not my own recipe. I obtained this recipe via a newsletter through Porter-Starke Services.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Spinach Tomato Orzo Soup
- Gingerbread Cupcakes
- Banana Bread
- Chicken Escondido
- Whole wheat buttermilk drop biscuits (dough)
- Ferber's, now Famous, Spaghetti Sauce
- Summer Cucumber Salsa
- Parmesan Tuna Patties (low fat, low carb)
- Low-Fat Whole Wheat Pancakes
- Low Fat, Low Calorie Zucchini Bread
- Warm Steak & Potato Salad
- Zucchini boats
- cream cheese, almonds, and raisins wrap
- Carol's Slow Cooker BBQ Beef (crockpot, barbeque, slowcooker, crock pot)
- Honey Mustard Sauce
- Roasted Broccoli (1 cup/serving)
- Olive Garden Salad Dressing
- Breaded Chicken Parmesan
- Raspberry Syrup
- Mexican rice and black beans
- Garlic Spinach Stuffed Chicken
- Caribbean Chicken
- Veggie Dip (low-fat & low-carb)