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This protein-rich vegetarian recipe is simple to make and tasty to eat!
Guiltless high-fiber, high-protein brownies.
You'll love these cheesy yet healthy enchiladas!
Add Lipton onion soup mix too! One packet works fine! Rotel works in place of the stewed tomatoes for a spicy kick! Soup Mix not included in nutrition value
Take pita bread to a crunchy new level.
This is one of my family's favorite dinners. They're always requesting it!
This filling chicken and cheesy gravy dish is so simple to make, with only five ingredients. Serve with a green salad on the side.
These are great. Even my kids love them. Serve on a whole-wheat bun and you have a tasty , healthy meal.
A super easy version of the crispy fried eggplant Parmesan I love!
Butternut squash helps slim down this macaroni and cheese. You can't taste it, and it boosts the nutritional value of the dish!
My boyfriend's special recipe makes the peanut butteriest tasting cookie I have ever tasted. These soft and chewy peanut buttery cookies are the best!
Rich macaroni and cheese explodes with flavor for 2/3 of the dish's usual fat content.
We're serious about the spice in this recipe. Whole-grain pasta and tender shrimp pair perfectly with a luxuriously rich, piquant sauce.
Very yummy and much lighter than regular chocolate chip cookies. Considered a hit by all!
A healthy take on the Greek eggplant casserole.
Great for a party. It's actually something low fat to munch on!
This is a great dessert that's delicious when strawberries are in season.
A new spin on fried chicken!
Moist and not too sweet, these banana-chocolate chip muffins are tasty for breakfast, dessert, or a snack.
A heart-healthy one-dish meal made with lean top round beef, lots of vegetables, and an aromatic herb mixture.
A recipe that is full of great taste and loaded with potassium.
Fried, battered, dripping sauce--hot wings are calorie bombs! But not these.
This simple summer recipe is good hot or cold. The creamy avocado pairs so well with fresh summer tomatoes.
A wonderful way to warm up from the warm chili and HOT spices!
Full of fruit, fiber, and protein, and it's YUMMY, too! Top with berries if desired.
This recipe is part of "The SparkPeople Cookbook." Order your copy today! This salad is even better the longer it sits in the fridge, so we love to make a big batch of it and eat it throughout the week.
We love all the sweet flavors and contrasting textures in this simple fruit salad. Sprinkle chopped, toasted nuts or granola on top for crunch.
I can't get enough of this easy recipe; it's ready in 15 minutes!The still-runny egg yolk adds a creaminess to the sauce and perfectly mixes with the spinach.