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I used frozen shrimp for budget and tofu shirataki spagetti for sake of health but these are both items with many different options.
This soup is easy to do when do when you start with frozen winter squash and it freezes well.
I made this to satisfy a craving. I used whatever vegetables I had in my fridge drawer.
An oatmeal cake is the perfect solution for someone who wants to have that bowl of oatmeal but is always on the go. These breakfast cakes are great to freeze; just pop them in the toaster oven or the microwave to warm them up. Have them with a serving of dairy and some fruit.
Although this Italian-inspired soup makes a large batch, it is so low in calories you can have a hearty 2-cup serving. It will freeze well, but be sure to reheat it gently so the shrimp will remain tender.
The flavors are great after roasting and the leftovers are fabulous in soups and stews.
Serve these Italian style peppers as a hot side dish or as a meatless vegetarian dish over brown rice or whole-wheat couscous.
This makes a delicious sauce for over any beef, but especially steak or meatloaf.
A great, healthy, alternative to the usual summer salads.
Lots of food for not a lot of calories.
I love the Food Network but many of the recipes are outrageously high in fat and calories. This one was easy make slight changes to without changing the basic recipe too much.
McDonald's eat your heart out.
Great one pot meal. A package of Shirataki noodles keep the calorie and fat content so low on this tasty soup you can go ahead and have that second serving.
Great with or without the ham.