Low Fat Side Items Recipes (Most Popular)
I am known for my pancakes, so trust me on this one!
This tomato soup is so rich and thick you'll swear it's laden with cream and butter. The trick is really good tomatoes.
Baked cauliflower at its best!
Low-fat, crispy, garlic-seasoned oven fries.
Light, low-fat biscuits
A comforting classic with a mild garlic taste and very little added fat. We used very little butter but served it on top so you can really taste it.
This super delicious chickpea spread is perfect as a dip for veggies; spread on whole wheat/whole grain toast or bagel and with thin cucumber slices; spread a thin layer on a wrap, add a light sprinkling of feta cheese, then add romaine, thin cucumber strips and three coarsely chopped kalamata olives - roll and enjoy!
Kick off breakfast with these waffles on a stick! Kids will love eating healthy berries when they're presented like this.
The perfect way to make mashed potatoes for a large gathering.
Taste the rainbow with this fun fruit tray. It's a cute way to get everyone to eat more fruit--special occasion or not!
Very low calorie for a muffin and taste will have you making a double batch.
Yummy potato side or main dish
A cool summer salad .
whole wheat, low-cal muffin - great taste!
Low calorie and low fat. This dish is very rich and satisfying. You can substite egg beaters for eggs to lessen cholesterol
A low-fat, lower-sodium twist on an old family favorite.
This is a "crustless" quiche so you save calories, also, use reduced fat Bisquick, reduced fat cheese and skim evaporated milk and egg beaters!
If you were a mashed potato lover, you might enjoy this alternative. We discovered it by cooking the cauliflower too long. Now, I wouldn't eat anything else.
A slightly sweet, completely wholesome batter used to make your favorite pancakes and waffles. They taste great with dried fruit or dark chocolate chips added. Try them with real maple syrup for an extreme experience.
My family loves these! I am a breakfast lover and have made a lot of recipes, but this one is our favorite!
This smoothie is made with Rader Farms three berry mix from Costco. I am sure you could substitute any type of frozen fruit for the berries, but this is how I make it.
My family loves green bean casserole, but it is sooo fattening!! So, here is our modified version that is now a favorite in our home for special holidays! When I bring it for potlucks, I never bring any home!!
I stole this from a kraft magazine, it is really delicious!
Saved this recipe from Cooking Light magazine. many years agi, Regularly use this for Thanksgiving & other Holidays. Family raves about it.
From the Biggest Loser Families Cookbook