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A simple roasted chicken that is juicy with or without the skin. Very simple prep and can be cooked at the same time/temperature as my Garlic and Thyme Roasted Red Potatoes, so the whole meal is done at one time. Submitted by ONETRISH
Sweet and creamy, both sweet potatos and beans are good sources of dietary fiber!
Cookbook creator says: Oh, this will be great for the summer, can't wait to try
This cholesterol-free tasty dish is virtually fat free and is prepared with only 1 tablespoon of oil for 16 servings.
Most pasta salads are heavy on the pasta and light on everything else. This version, which can be served warm or cold, includes a hefty portion of vegetables--both spinach and tomatoes.Submitted by CHEF_MEG
Low Fat - High Fiber - High Protein --- I used this as 'stage 3' for increasing fiber intake. Heart healthy recipe!Submitted by MRSHONEYC
This is a delicious way to start the day. It's packed with good health, great nutrition and warms you to the core! I use a very clean whey protein, but you can use whatever works for you.
There are many variations on this recipe, but this is a tried and true favorite of mine. Combining the oat bran and oatmeal makes for a wonderful textured porridge. The egg whites make it very creamy, pump up the protein, and don't affect the flavor...just makes it creamy.
Cook's note: I use old-fashioned oats...the instant and packets have too much sugar. I am sure you could use whatever you like - this is a personal choice for me. Also, I make in the microwave, but you can certainly prepare this on the stove or a campfire if you choose.
Submitted by LB4HEALTH
This quick and easy fruit pizza makes a delicious, refreshing dessert and a colorful centerpiece. Try it at your next special occasion
Give canned pears gourmet appeal by gently simmering them with dried cranberries and spices. The result is so good people will think the recipe came from a celebrity chef.
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