Side Items Recipes (Most Popular)
Yellow squash, eggplant, zucchini, onions, tomatoes all baked with a cheesy crust. Great vegetarian and low-carb side dish.
Avocado stands in for cheese in this simple, elegant appetizer.
A sweet dish of sauteed summer vegetables, guaranteed to make your mouth water!
By roasting these hearty winter vegetables, we soften their strong tastes and bring out their natural sweetness.
The best boiled eggs are simmered gently then steeped to keep them tender, not rubbery.
Start with this simple but flavorful recipe, then add in anything you'd like! Try it with fresh herbs like chives, cilantro, rosemary, or thyme.
This penne pasta salad is a healthier take on a classic cookout side dish.
If you love veggies, you will love this side dish.
Crunchy almonds and sweet caramelized onions dress up your favorite green beans. A drizzle of balsamic adds a tangy contrast.
A nice way to introduce veggies to your meals
If you love fajitas, but are watching your sodium intake, try this salt-free rub! It lends a complex flavor to meat without the high sodium counts traditionally found in Mexican dishes.
When you're craving something crunchy but don't want the added fat, whip up a batch of these chips.
A re-working of the traditional Thanksgiving side dish. Extra Mushrooms and garlic hide the fact that you are using low-fat dairy products.
These are sooo tasty!
Really quick and very easy
A light pilaf that is filled with protein (quinoa has the highest protein content of any grain) and good nutrients
A tasty way to get your antioxidants. This drink can be made with a sugar-free ginger ale to lower the calorie and carb counts.
Save HUNDREDS of calories with this margarita. Try out different flavors of powdered drink mix too!
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!
This sauce hails from Argentina, a country that's known for tasty grilled meats. Pair this with grilled beef, pork, chicken and even fish. It's also a great dipping sauce for grilled vegetables and whole-wheat bread.
A colorful mix of red & sweet potatoes.
Twice baked cauli is a great meal. They're great for any day and are super tasty and filling. Cheese, bacon, green onions...how can you go wrong?
Turn caprese salad into a fun appetizer by serving it in shot glasses!
This is the way my mother makes it and we love it! You can use Butternut squash instead of acorn squash. I also use unsalted butter instead of Smart Balance from time to time.