Christmas Vegetarian Meals Recipes (Most Popular)
A DELICIOUS SPECIAL OCCASION CHEESE-BALL THAT HAS BEEN IN MY FAMILY FOR OVER 30 YEARS! I KNOW THAT THE WAY I HAVE IT (ADD FAT-FREE CREAM CHEESE)IS NOT A LOW-FAT OPTION BUT WITH SELF CONTROL AND LIMITED USE OF THIS RECIPE IT IS NICE TO HAVE FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS.Submitted by KADEN11109
Now this is the kind of school I like! I wrote this healthy, fast vegetarian recipe for my Supervision class' assignment on recipe development and quality control - this thing's been tested 6 times!
The serving size of 8 is *very* generous - this makes a ton of food and is a whole meal in a bowl!
Curious about the lack of potatoes in this dish? In Europe, Asia and Africa, chestnuts are often used as an everyday potato substitute, and I took that as a cue when I was writing this recipe. You will need shelled, boiled chestnuts for this recipe. Slice either a horizontal slash or a large X along the flat side before boiling. Cover with cold water, bring to a boil, and simmer for three minutes. Peel off the shell and skin with a sharp knife. As they cool, they become more difficult to peel, so keep them in hot water until you are ready to peel them!Submitted by JO_JO_BA
What could be more inviting than hot gingerbread scones on a cold, snowy morning. Just the smell alone warms you to your toes. Try these low fat, delicately spiced, slightly sweet scones this morning with a hot cup of robust coffee or tea. You won't be disappointed!
Rich and hearty, full of flavour and yet missing the sticky, cloying nature of most baked pasta dishes, this high-fibre rotini and veggie casserole gets just enough (vegan) cheese to add a touch of richness and is filled with the healthy, lean protein of low-fat tofu. Mushrooms, eggplant, spinach and just a hint of lemon zest round out the full flavour profile, and little bursts of tomato add complexity.Submitted by JO_JO_BA