Lactose Free Vegetarian Meals Recipes (Most Popular)
If you're starting this from scratch, begin by baking two sweet potatoes and start layering the lasagna once they're done. If you sauce dry noodles, generously when layering the lasagna, it's not necessary to boil the pasta. Use a sauce with little or no added oil (Muri Glen's Mushroom Marinara or Portobello Marinara; whole foods brand 365 roasted red pepper, light ragu tomato basil, Trader Joe's organic spaghetti with mushroomsSubmitted by CAROLRPT
Just thought I would try to make my signature french toast recipe using almond milk since on the carton it says that is only 60 calories per serving (less than skim milk) But you can substitute the almond milk for the skim. I also thought the light almond flavor could do nothing except enhance the flavor of the french toast. Came out very tasty and even fooled my husband who is a whole milk kinda guy:)Submitted by FITNWHOLE
This is a recipe from my vegetarian slow cooker cookbook.
I love using my crockpot whenever possible, especially in the summertime!
I omitted the beans (15oz) and the black olives (2 T) because some members of my family are allergic to them. The cooking time IS factored in for the slow cooker.
Cool, refreshing, decidedly healthful, absolutely DELICIOUS, this is my favorite drink. I despise coffee, and I find this gives just enough caffeine in the morning to gently wake me without giving me jitters. Sometimes I don't fee like actually eating in the morning and this is what I grab on my way out.
Some info about Matcha:
Matcha is ground green tea leaves native to Japan, used in tea ceremonies there. You know the health benefits of green tea everyone has been raving about? 1 tsp of matcha is as beneficial as up to 6 tsp of brewed green tea leaves because you actually eat matcha powder instead of tossing it away after brewing.
Get yourself a decent matcha powder. Check your local asian supermarkets. Find a container sealed with a vacuum/nitrogen lock. Make sure it is grown in Uji for best quality. "Thin" Matcha is fine for this drink and other recipes.
For more information about the health benefits of green tea, check out the spark articles -- there are tons.
The name says it all! It is high in calories and carbs. However, it packs a punch nutrient-wise. I wouldn't recommend it as a staple, but every once in awhile it tastes good enough to be worth it!!!Submitted by SCARLETMOONOWL