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Slightly altered from the original recipe at http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Pasta-with-Sp
I use this recipe to make a base for a filled Turkish pide. Basically, make the base and roll it into an oval shape. Choose a filling, usually meat & stir fried veggies or cheese. Spread your choice of filling on the pide and then fold up about 1cm all along the sides, pulling them together at the tips.
In the pictured pide, I cut up zucchini, eggplant, and onion and sauteed with garlic and a vegetarian ground-beef substitute. Then mixed tomato sauce and cottage cheese in to create the filling.
This recipe can easily be vegan if you use olive oil or just forgo the egg used to brown the pide, and then use vegan ingredients.
Found at turkishkitchenmelbourne.blogspot.com.
These biscuits are slightly modified from BEB's recipe, using whole wheat flour. They are to die for!
Looking for a new take on a hot breakfast food? Try this! You can switch in different fruits or swap fruit juice for the water to change the flavor.
These not too sweet cupcakes are a great match with the lime cream cheese frosting. They'd probably also taste great with some coconut tossed in. Cake taken from www.bakingbites.com and frosting adapted from www.slashfood.com.
These little pancakes are super filling and totally delicious with some peanut butter or Nutella on top!
Just throwing together what I had to make a pretty delicious pasta bake!
I modified this recipe slightly from the original found at www.choosingraw.com. It is freakin' fantastic!
YUM. Adapted from www.twopeasandtheirpod.com.
Yum! These brownies are made moist by the zucchini and have a more cakelike consistency. They're not too rich or sweet, and the peanut butter adds a nice touch. Modified from www.skinnychef.com
Um, YUM. Adapted slightly from the Brown Eyed Baker at http://www.browneyedbaker.com
Adapted from www.theedibleperspective.com. Top these babies with peanut butter, jam, fresh fruit, cream, honey...whatever you like!
Taken from thewitchykitchen.blogspot.com. Yum!
Delicious and healthy twist on the Italian classic. Recipe should make approximately 650grams of dough, making each serving around 110 grams. Can easily be vegan if made with an egg substitute.
Adapted from the Thick and Chewy Choc Chip Cookies by www.browneyedbaker.com
Not low cal, but delicious and easy to slice into small controlled portions. Courtesy of the Browneyedbaker.com
This awesome slice is low in calories. Add any veggies you like for variety, and cut out the chicken if you're going vegetarian.
Thanks to www.AbbyNormally.com for this absolutely delicious and very filling breakfast food.
My recipe assumes using 80-calorie-per-slice bread, non fat milk, a whole egg, and whole wheat flour. Using other ingredients may alter the nutritional information.
These peppers are AWESOME. The filling is actually more than what fits in the peppers, but it tastes wonderful warmed up in a bowl. So one pepper half is probably actually around 275 calories or so...serve with a green salad or some brown rice on the side.
These delicious savory muffins make a great side to scrambled eggs in the morning, or as a roll with salad or soup for lunch or dinner.
Perfectly easy and perfectly delicious. Good luck not eating it straight from the bowl! Taken from slashfood.com, who took it from the Joy of Cooking book.
This cake recipe was found at smittenkitchen.com. It could be made lower cal by substituting Egg Beaters for the eggs and possibly reducing the sugar. Either way, it is absolutely delicious!
Thanks to Heather's Dish for this delicious and easy risotto recipe. Heather made hers with asparagus and peas...I made mine with green beans and carrots...switch it up to whatever you have on hand, it will still be delicious!
Thanks to Danica's Daily for this delish Mac & Cheese recipe. Just cut out the bacon or use bacon bits for a meat free dish! You can also throw in some other veggies if you like. Possibilities are endless!
Add herbs and spices (or cheese!) to the polenta to achieve the flavor you want; then after frying, top with cheese or marinara sauce.
WOW, these are amazing and not too high in calories, if you can stop at just one!
Yummy, rich, and just enough to fix the craving for only about 70 calories!
These are not particularly healthy in any way, but they are delicious and while the calorie count is high, you get a serving big enough to serve as a lunch treat next to a healthier soup or salad. Thanks to BrownEyedBaker.com for sharing the original recipe.
Add crushed pineapple, nuts, coconut, or whatever your heart desires to add some more flavor to these soft, tasty muffins. Adapted from a recipe entered by Jojomke.
Serve with a little fat free sour cream, crushed tortilla chips, and cheese on top for great flavor! You could also top with a few slices of avocado. I believe that this soup is also vegan, as long as it's made with vegetable broth.
These are adapted from my 100 Cal Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies by replacing half the butter with applesauce and the egg with two egg whites. It changes the consistency a bit and makes them more muffin or bar like....definitely still tasty, but not a cookie anymore!
Tasty and cool, full of fiber and protein, great for hot weather! Similar to another recipe I found on the site, but with added brown sugar and the right calorie content.
These delicious cookies don't even taste whole wheat, and can be made as bars or cookies.
Add more veggies for your favorite flavor!
NOT healthy, but delicious!
If you want to get creative with it, add Cheez-its or Cheerios, or other small crackers!
So delicious! So healthy! Add more veggies if you like or real meat (will change nutritional value).
A vegetarian, low cal version of the popular Bisquick Impossibly Easy Cheeseburger Pie. Substitutions of real meat or other meat substitutes will change calorie content.
Add or remove your favorite veggies in this very versatile and delicious HEALTHY lasagna.
Awesome meat-free, protein and fiber packed filling for tacos or burritos. Can also be eaten alone with a little fat free sour cream and cheese on top. Adapted from ANEWONE's lentils and rice recipe.
Makes 44-48 approx. 55-60 cal cookies.
Breakfast for dinner, baby! Or any time. Can be made without meat/cheese, and will be fewer calories. I would also prefer to use egg substitute when possible.
Sauce used to make the Korean dish, dak galbi (basically chicken rib meat cooked at an open pan at the table in a bit of water, with lots of veggies, usually sweet potato, cabbage, carrot, onion, and bean sprouts).
Easy stir fry sauce. The maple syrup helps the sauce to carmelize.
Love the alfredo, hate the fat? This easy recipe pares down the calories to under 150 per 3/4 cup serving.