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Recipes I've Shared:
A lighter version of a traditionally fried summer favorite.
Croutons not in calculation-- track type and amount separately using information on the package.
Since there was no "sauce" category & I had to choose something, I chose "vegetarian". The ingredients include Parmesan cheese-- omit this if you don't include diary in your diet.
This is an old family favorite and one that always garners requests for the recipe.
Vegetarians-- the recipe calls for Worcestershire sauce which (as I'm sure you are aware) contains anchovies. It can be omitted without changing the flavor significantly.
There are pockets of time while these cook that you can prepare other dishes. Can season with your favorite salt-free seasoning (e.g., Mrs. Dash) rather than the onion powder and parsley.
Asian-inspired wrap with shrimp and cabbage.
Avocados are good sources of potassium & folate.
Use this spread in place of butter or margarine on toast, English Muffins or bagels. Substitute for mayo on sandwiches.
Found this recipe in a magazine years ago and have adapted it over time.
You can make w/ ground turkey, lower fat (or fat-free) cheeses, etc-- you would need to use the recipe calculator to determine calories, etc for your new recipe!
Want more dietary fiber--use a whole wheat tortilla-- check the label on your tortilla package-- this is roughly the amount of dietary fiber in the recipe (very little comes from the other ingredients).
Cook in foil packet on grill or in oven. Can season as desired (favorite salt-free seasoning, garlic powder, no seasoning at all-- it's your food-- do what you want!)
Chill (not cook) for 2 hours!
Uses Wishbone Ranch Spritzer dressing (10 sprays = 15 calories)
From the Kroger Raisin Bran Box
Based on recipe in Food & Wine, 2008; no cooking-- needs at least 1 hour of chilling time.
Microwave syrup from fresh blueberries.
My SparkPeople diet gave me the major ingredients & I added the spices. You can alter the spices to suit your taste
Plan ahead-- no cooking, but needs time to chill.
Plan ahead-- no cooking, but needs time to chill
Like crab cakes, but no worry about keeping the patties together.
Get ready the night before and bake for an hour.
Can be grilled or baked in oven
Put together the night before and bake for an hour at supper time.
Meatballs made with rice in tomato sauce
Beef sandwich au jus
Recipes I've Rated:
- PrairieHarpy's Mom's Artichoke Cheese Balls
- Cream Cheese Danish
- Salmon Patties
- Rustic Roasted Veggies
- Lime Guacamole
- Black Bean and Corn Dip
- Cheese and Garlic Rotini With Grilled Chicken
- Peanut Butter Cookies
- Artichoke Dip
- Easy Zucchini Parmesan
- Summer No-Cook Oatmeal
- Crunchy Cabbage Ramen Noodle Salad
- Parmesan Rice Pilaf
- Microwave Popcorn
- Squash w/ mushrooms & ham