Bravelute's Plateau Collection
42 Recipes Created by BRAVELUTE
My eating patterns have changed. My "rules" for what I think I SHOULD eat for long term health have changed. My "tastes" have changed. I STILL like tasty treats. Sometimes those still have a little of those "unhealthy" aspects to them. But usually, I opt for healthy, delicious recipes.
Recipes in this Collection
I love ranch dressing, but it's so heavy! Here's a lighter version that also happens to be vegan. You can substitute regular low-fat mayonnaise and skim milk for the coconut milk and vegan mayo.
Watermelon is great fruit for summers, some time eating same way can be boring so try this interesting receipe. Mint leaves gives slush a very aromatic fresh feel. Cumin seed powder and rock salt is great for Good Digestion.
Mint and coriender leaves are good source of iron.
This drink can make summer really cool.Submitted by SONEAMUDGAL
This recipe came about because I had just made vegetable enchiladas and had leftovers, plus quinoa from earlier in the week. Thankfully, this experiment yielded a hearty, delicious meal. Submitted by STEPFANIER
An easy sauce for branching out to a soup or italian meal. Delicious with a slice of homemade bread, baked with slivers of garlic in the dough.
Lots of Anti-angiogenic benefit from the tomato paste and cooked tomatoesSubmitted by BRAVELUTE
A delicious twist on fried chicken at only 139 calories per serving AND a nice amount of fiber AND potassium AND iron. WooHoo!! Serve for a hot dinner with veggie sides, or cool and take on a picnic with Sue's Mandarin slaw.Submitted by BRAVELUTE
Delicious, healthy sweet/salty/crunchy snack for anywhere. 3.4 g protein and 3.4 g fiber, about 140 calories per each 1 ounce serving. Don't skip the cinnamon. You could also add crystallized gingerSubmitted by BRAVELUTE
Cookbook creator says: With some modifications like subst. nutritional yeast in the dressing for feta in the salad, this could be a great recipe for your sprouts. Mix them up, not just mung, but also broccoli and alfalfa??Submitted by KRAVMAGAGIRL
This is real loosey goosey. A commercially prepared dressing could be used in place of the homemade, though the homemade doesn't take any time. Increase or decrease dressing to taste, and add whatever vegetables you have on hand. If you have rice and beets already cooked, the total time is about 5 minutes.
This makes a nice dressing or dip. Think of spreading on romaine and topping with sliced apples, strawberries or bananas. Or make a tossed fruit salad and top with the dressing. Sprinkle with nuts. The salad fruit and nuts are not computed in the nutrition totals.Submitted by BRAVELUTE