My New Lifestyle
22 Recipes Created by TANYAD2010
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Using low-fat milk instead of cream lowers the saturated fat content in this hearty summer soup.
This pie uses only a small amount of oil in the crust and skim milk in the filling to make it heart-healthy.
Have you ever looked at the nutritional info on the back of a frozen chicken pot pie? You should.
Makes four servings
Really good way to satisfy your hearty meal craving without being too hearty on the calories and fat.
If you are really creative you can make this when you have leftover veggies and chicken!
**Add what ever 98% Fat Free Soup you like such as Cream of Mushroom, Cream of Celery, etc.
The sodium content on this is not with the low sodium soup I used. I will update it when I get a new can.Submitted by XOBELLA527
Chop garlic very fine.
Add dijon to the garlic and whisk in the olive oil.
Add the juice of a lemon and whisk again.
Add the balsamic vinegar and whisk until an emulsion has occurred.
Asian vinaigrette: Substitute sesame oil (decrease to 1 T) for the Olive oil and soy sauce for the lemon. Use Rice vinegar instead of balsamic and add grated fresh ginger.
You can change the flavor by experimenting with different oils (I love walnut, unrefined peanut and avocado oil) and different acidic bases (lemon juice, different vinegars, grapefruit juice, etc) and omitting garlic to tone down the flavor as well. Be creative in your approach to the flavor and use the best ingredients you can afford.Submitted by KIMOT2LTD
A slightly modified version of a tried and true recipe that is liked by all. I've made this full sugar several times and get as good or better raves using this reduced sugar recipe.
These taste awesome, I promise, just don't tell anyone what is in them until after they eat one. Print out the nutrional stats because everyone can eat these brownies. Bake up a bunch and be a hit at the company potluck or holiday party.
Print up a bunch of recipe cards because you'll need them when your friends ask for the recipe. Submitted by SARA772779
UPDATED: Added the ramen and the almonds. Still a low-fat winner. Note that you don't use the ramen seasoning packet, so the sodium count is incorrect. Thanks for all the awesome reviews!
I'm sure no one in China actually eats anything like this, but we thank them for their culinary contribution of the soy-sesame-ginger-chile combo, which makes anything delicious. Submitted by FORMFITATX
Roast chicken, curry powder, a ton of vegetables, and top ramen.
"A taste of the Caribbean. The main ingredients are callaloo leaves, or spinach, and okra. Both were originally brought from Africa in the seventeenth century. Serve piping hot with slices of avocado, lime, pear and hot bread."Submitted by SARAH2119