Italian Recipes (Most Popular)
You can adjust any of the ingredients to suit your taste or to use leftovers from the fridge.
Looks like a quick and easy chicken dish for during the week. These are very good and juicy.
Stuffed Green Peppers with some fat, calories and work cut out!
Can be made with any shape pasta you like. Add extra veggies when available.
Very similar to the soup at Olive garden. 6 grams of fiber and over 14 grams of protein per serving!!
6 simple ingredients and a muffin tin make this a delicious favorite that can be made ahead of time!
cheap and fast
This delightful sparkling punch has just three ingredients!
We love these baked eggplant slices as a main meal, as a sandwich filling or as a topping for an italian salad!
This delicious is a hit at parties, and it's so easy to make it's almost embarrassing to share the recipe!
This is a great way to have your pizza and eat it, too! You don't get the pleasure of thick crust, but the flavor is fantastic and it's very quick to make!!
My husband (who's not dieting and loves everything bad for you) goes crazy every time I make this. It's very tasty - and the spinach is pretty subtle!
This fresh raspberry mousse is easy to prepare and is a great guilt-free dessert.
This is a great sauce for most pizzas--I use it most frequently on veggie pizza but also works for supreme, meat pizzas, or any classic combo of meat, cheese & veggies.
Quick and delicious!
kid friendly grown up meal
My picky children will eat every bite of this and we still get to eat food designed for adults.
I'm not normally a home-made bread person--I don't have the patience! But this recipe always works and is sooo delicious and easy!
This is an incredibly simple recipe that the whole family will love. If you don't tell your loved ones, they will think it is ricotta but get the benefits of the soy protein. This requires little prep time. Most of the time is the cooking time.
This recipe is slightly richer, using Ricotta and Mozerella
This is an easy to prepare basic spaghetti sauce. It is easy to add veggies or meats as you desire. And it's much healthier than the store-bought jars! Be sure to look for cans of whole tomatoes and tomato paste with no added salt.
(Comparison - Most store-bought sauces have 80+ calories and 400+ mg sodium in a 1/2 cup serving. This sauce has 75 calories and 300 mg of sodium in 1 cup serving!)
This is a great "healthier" version of lasagna you can do in the crockpot!
A perfect oven to table dish that can be easily adapted to suit your pantry and palate.