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Try this if you are tired of steamed broccoli.
A low calorie treat!
I got this recipe from another web site and it does not give any clue as to how many servings this makes, so I am basing the amount on a similar recipe that I found. I will revise this recipe if I am wrong and correct the serving size and amount of servings.
A flavorful crust with only 5 grams of carbohydrates!
This recipe is for the crust only. Pizza sauces and toppings must be tracked separately.
This recipe uses grated cauliflower instead of rice to create a low-carb friendly, one dish meal.
I found this recipe online and I haven't tested it yet. I apologize if it sucks.
This recipe is intended to be used with pork chops (or chicken), but you can make it by itself for a tasty, meatless entrée or side dish. The calorie count does not include the meat because it is easier for me to track separately (I don't need to make 6 servings of pork for dinner, and I don't want to divide up open cans of beans and tomatoes).
Great for a different side dish or a meatless main course.
No sugar or salt added!
This is my lightest substitute for garlic bread.
Just a method I use to jazz up a bottled Alfredo sauce.
My own twist on a long time favorite. I have made the portion sizes a bit large, feel free to scale down! 2/3 cup is about 139 calories.
A delicious, hearty breakfast to start your day right!
This yummy chili will warm you up on those cold winter nights! The meat is seasoned separately from the beans and tomatoes for an extra yummy kick!
Made from stuff I have in my fridge & Pantry!
This spicy topping mimics sour cream and gives your baked potato a much needed kick!
This recipe is pretty spicy as written, but can be toned down to taste.
Great way to use up leftover roast beef!
Everyon'e favorite side dish done light.
This recipe is designed to be used with the leftovers from another recipe: Amy's Spicy Black Bean Chili Con Carne (NOTE: this is in no way related to the 'Amy's Kitchen' brand you find in stores). That recipe is VERY spicy, so you may want to use a different chili recipe. Feel free to substitute your own!
This chili is not for wimps! If you are looking for a mild, watered down chili, this is not the one! No! No! This chili is thick, spicy and delicious!
Yummy, flavorful garlic bread to compliment your Italian (or any) dish!