46 Recipes Created by MAUITN
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Delish! LOW FAT! LOW SODIUM! LOW CALORIES! HIGH FIBER! Perfect if your looking for a well balanced meal!! Makes an easy for batch cooking for the week. Perfect for lunch or dinner. Other options include: add chicken, shrimp, or light balsamic salad dressing! Submitted by COFFEE-MATE-Y
What a great combo of beans, chicken, and spice to give you that kick in the afternoon, or enjoy a larger portion for dinner! Sure to be a favorite in any household! Why not double and give yourself lunch for the next day!
So easy & Healthy!!!Submitted by COFFEE-MATE-Y
I like things a little on the spicy side so this is my meatloaf. It has tons of onion and a load of flavor! You can cook it topped with additional ketchup or back it like it is. The only reason I made this is so I could figure out the calorie count but thought I might save others the trouble. Enjoy!Submitted by KERIBELLE
THIS MAKE 3 CUPS AND 1/2 CUP EACH SERVING. THIS IS VERY GOOD ON TWO SLICES WHOLE WHEAT (LITE) TOASTED BREAD. ADD SOME LETTUCE AND SLICE OF TOMATO AND OPEN WIDE. VERY FILLING. AND LEFT OVERS FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.Submitted by FAYEGLORY
This is easy to make and is very nutrious for you! Quinoa was revered by the Incas and feed it to the Warriors.
The beauty of this salad is that the wonderful buttery, juices from roasting the mushrooms mix in with the dressing and get soaked up by the bread so not one ounce of earthy mushroom flavour is lost. Field mushrooms may be used instead of portabellSubmitted by MAUITN
Just one serving of this creamy soup contains 1 serving of vegetables, 1 serving of milk, 4 grams of fiber, 17 grams of protein, and more than a day's supply of Vitamin C. One serving equals just 2 Weight Watcher's points. It can also be made to fit a Zone 40-30-30 diet plan*.Submitted by ELMNOP