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Lacto Vegetarian Recipes

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Muffin Tin Lasagna (Lacto-Vegetarian)

Cooking for one or two but want lasagna? Try portion-controlled lasagna in a muffin tin! Bake six and freeze the leftovers for an easy-to-grab lunch.Submitted by: OPALRAIN

CALORIES 305 FAT 12 PROTEIN 33 CARBS 21 FIBER 4
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Breakfast Hash (lacto-ovo Vegetarian)

A breakfast meal that will keep you filled up until lunch and under 250 calories!Submitted by: DOTCHILATHAM

CALORIES 217 FAT 12 PROTEIN 12 CARBS 16 FIBER 2
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Vegetarian Stuffed Mushrooms (Ovo-Lacto)

This is a great basic recipe that's good on its own or as a base. Add extras like sun-dried tomatoes or veggie burger crumbles for a different spin.Submitted by: NEWVEGDI

CALORIES 48 FAT 1 PROTEIN 4 CARBS 6 FIBER 1
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Cheesy Spinach bake (Ovo-Lacto Vegetarian)

a crustless quiche/ casserole. Good hot or coldSubmitted by: NEWVEGDI

CALORIES 267 FAT 8 PROTEIN 20 CARBS 27 FIBER 2
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Vegetable Bisque( lacto vegetarian, low carb, low fat, gluten free and FILLING!)

This is my secret weapon for taking care of the munchies( you can seriously eat all 12 servings and you'll be getting 500 CAL! TOTAL! But you will be so full you'll fee like bursting WAY before that! This is also a KILLER way to use old vegetables that need to be used..basically any veg can be put in- cabbage is a filler that helps bulk the bisque p- but other than that- broccoli, cauliflower, squash, ANY ( non wet) veg can be used. I wouldn't use tomatoes because they are too liquid...and "IF" you decided to use cucumbers- I would wait until the initial cooked part of the soup has cooled off and been chilled before pureeing the cukes in with the other veggies. You can even used cooked or canned beans like white beans or chickpeas if you want a thicker consistency. ( rinse them well) But other than that - it's all good~ Just remember to adjust your calories for whatever you change...But then again unless you add beans- any calorie count alteration is going to be insignificant! This is also Vegetarian*lacto( but you could sub tofu for the yogurt) ,It's Fat Free, and for a soup VERY low sodium! What's not to like!Submitted by: BIGOLEDIVA

CALORIES 42 FAT 0 PROTEIN 4 CARBS 8 FIBER 2