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My original recipe uses an apple as the base fruit. This one uses a half of a mashed banana! Yum!! Submitted by KRAVMAGAGIRL
I just put the cottage cheese in one side of the bowl and the yogurt on the other and top it off with the grape nuts. I have this everyday for my mid morning snack. Just change the flavor of the yogurt and cereal for variety :)Submitted by STEFERFLY7
Yes, I did just use the terms high protein, low carb, low fat, CHOCOLATE, and brownie in a recipe title... this isn't a lie folks, it's a tried and true concoction that is sure to knock your socks off! I bet you thought you'd never hear healthy and heavenly words combined in the same sentence, let alone, recipe! But here we have it... a brownie that is so good for you, and unbelievelably good to eat!
AND... it's a single serve recipe (so no temptations... even the best of foods should be eaten in moderation), takes but a minute to prepare, and an even shorter amount of time to make (plus it's microwavable!).
So enjoy this miraculouse, devine, and oh so delicous treat! I know that I have. Happy healthy eating!Submitted by JULZDANCERUNS
This is my first try at homemade soup and it turned out great! I like my soup with lots of chewing in every bite, so if you like yours more liquidy, you might want to add some more broth. Submitted by LEANVIXEN
I was trying to make chili with what I had in the fridge and this is what I came up with and it actually turned out really well (my boyfriend loved it!).
It's also low in sodium and has high protein and fiber.Submitted by S_LO_15
This is a very healthy and tasty way to serve oatmeal that has the ability to be customized with the added fruit, spices and sweetener to adjust it for different tastes and create a new flavor every day. It stays with me longer than any other breakfast I eat.
I developed this so I could have oatmeal a lot to help my cholesterol and still get fiber and lots of protein without a lot of calories and not out of bounds for healthy carb consumption.
It makes an oatmeal that is thick enough to add milk if you desire, but is a great consistency for eating alone. If you like thin oatmeal, add more water.Submitted by BEACHSEASTAR
Submitted by SADIE78
Super quick, super cheap, healthy twist on the ol' kraft dinner. Instead of putting in butter with the cheese powder, add cottage cheese, peas, egg white and pepper. When you've added the extra ingredients, put it on low heat to simmer for 5 minutes or until it reaches the desired consistency. Season as desired- tabasco or salt improves the taste.
NOTE: this recipe is best made with white macaroni & cheese (not yellow), but I couldn't find the nutritional info for unprepared white mac & cheese.Submitted by GOTTAHAVEATRI