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Recipes I've Shared:
quick and easy... kids will like it, and even though you're using boxed mac n cheese, it's pretty good on sodium with the low sodium options for other ingredients.
good for sandwiches or for putting on top of salad.
Just a simple stir-fry for a quick meal for 2-3.
I was trying to piece together some leftovers and I thought I'd add chicken to the edamame pasta and green beans I had in the fridge... but I didn't want MORE tomato-based sauce... I've been eating that all week. So I decided to try something different, and it turned out spectacular.
This is kind of a cross between a light white wine sauce and a heavy white gravy, that's why I use the water to thin it out a bit.
It was perfect for the meal in the picture, and I think it would taste great over a white fish like tilapia or swai.
Nice Vegetable to take up half of your plate. Delicious too!
need something sweet to go with your chicken or fish? This is perfect!
Still working on getting this right.
A delicious casserole with stuff you probably already have!
I mix these three seed types together to put on salads or in some recipes.
less banana less tofu, maybe one egg white and 2 eggs?
Great when combined with my spaetzel dumplings
I use this recipe to go with my hungarian Chicken Paprikash.
I remember growing up I loved deviled eggs. My family always had them at picnics and still do. But as I grew up and my tastes matured, I found I can't really stand the texture of mayo and I don't really like pickles. So this is a different take on the classic treat that uses avocado and cream cheese.
Also, UNDER 100 cals! Bonus!
With 30g of sodium per serving and at under 100 calories, I have hit the jackpot. A flavorful, vegan spaghetti sauce that can hide some hard to sell veggies from the kids!
Everything is measured in grams so you can be as accurate as you want to be.
I had the remains of the very fattening biscuit mix recipe laying around and decided to put a little spin on it to try and make it a little more healthy. It worked, relatively speaking. This mix is meant to made with Crisco, I used coconut oil... And has a very high fat content. I diluted it using bananas and coconut flour, but it's still a very calorie dense option. On the plus side: I could only eat half of a pancake because of how dense they are!
This is a delicious take on another recipe here on spark.
This yummy breakfast option has less than 200 calories, is very filling, and can be made in about 10 minutes! Since sucanat (sugar cane natural) is used in place of sugar, it is a much healthier, much more natural way to enjoy a slightly sweet treat.
If you are unfamiliar with sucanat I suggest you read a little bit about it and give it a try. It's good for you, for the farmers and for your family. And once you cut back on refined sugar (white/granulated) this will definitely be sweet enough for you. Although, I will warn, that if you are used to having refined sugars in your oatmeal this won't taste sweet at all. Feel free to add a couple teaspoons of sugar to it if you like, just don't forget to track them separately!
If you're like me and you hate using those prepared jars of spaghetti sauce with all their sodium and preservatives then this is a solution for you!
It also happens to be vegetarian, BONUS!
I had some extra vegetarian ingredients laying around the house and decided to see what came of it, and this is what I got.
I like things a bit plain, but you can add salt or pepper to taste and I'm sure it will be delicious.
this dish might actually be vegan... I think. But definitely vegetarian if not.
This isn't exactly a quick breakfast if you're used to a bowl of cereal or a banana, but it's a delicious and nutritious vegetarian/vegan take on eggs and hash browns.
And if you're like me and find it hard to reach your calorie requirements, it's a great source of healthy fat.
This is not a healthy version of this dessert, this is a delicious treat for special occasions.
TVP or Textured Vegetable Protein is a good substitute for meat whether you are a vegetarian or just trying to cut out some of that red meat content in your diet. The best part about a casserole is that you will taste the whole rather than each part, so if you don't like TVP or Soy or tofu, you may still like the dish.