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Adapted from eating well Magazine me â€“ June 2018
Adapted from eating well Magazine
A quick and easy supper
Recipe from gourmandeinthekitchen.com
great alternative to potatoes
Rice that has been browned in butter then cooked
Uses no fat, oils or cooking sprays... simply delicious veggies that make a great snack
A side dish that works with Migraine elimination diets
A great gluten free side dish...
Doc. put me on a Migraine Elimination Diet which eliminates ALL salad dressings. I found this recipe on a migraine website... added extra apple to it though. It is bland so make sure to season it up to taste!
Makes a great side dish or use as an entrée
Adapted from a recipe in Woman's Day.
Adapted from a cooking light magazine - the recipe called for pork tenderloin, but I had the ribs so decided to try it. Great with Pineapple Salsa or a nice green bean salad.
I used the Vegetti to spiral cut most of the veggies. The cook fairly quickly and evenly.
a protein packed, healthy alternative to fried rice
My family likes this one.
A simple supper. I used the Sun Dried Tomato Alfredo Sauce for this
A very quick and easy dish that is great served over rice or noodles
Mom always used ketchup alone, but I like to add in a little BBQ sauce for an extra boost of flavor.
Quick and easy to assemble and very tasty. Serve with Rice or pasta.
This Veggie soup is loaded with goodness and very filling.
My 12 year old loves these. great and healthy alternative to potato chips.
Use whatever dipping sauce you like (remembering to count the calories etc.)
Eat alone or toss with sauteed vegetables and/or grilled chicken or shrimp. (Not included in calorie count)
I was playing around with different gluten free - low cal snack options and really liked this one.
Packed with nutrition this variation on Bob's Red Mill Mighty Tasty hot Cereal is tasty and filling.
Gluten free/ paleo friendly entrée.
This dry rub gives a lot of flavor to grilled chicken. Simple yet delicious. Great on salads or as part of a meal.
Use a mix of various new potatoes. I used the "Sunrise Medley" bag which has new gold, red and purple potatoes)
This is a slight variation of Mom's Cole Slaw using pickle juice, light mayo and a slightly different variety of veggies.
Adapted from Food.com recipe
A tasty side for that summer grilled meal.
Agreat summer solution to cole slaw. Light and refreshing...Avocado provides some creaminess.
My family enjoys this side dish. You can play with the seasonings to adjust to taste or I find fresh herbs in the summer are great!!
Baked asparagus can replace fries with your meal. I season with sea salt, pepper and garlic powder but seasoning should be adjusted to taste.
This makes a great side dish. Saute some chichken breast and add in to make a great main dish.
This is a great sauce or dip for steamed veggies. I especially like it on asparagus
This version uses gluten free spaghetti (instead of Soba noodles ) These are good sized portions using 2oz of dry pasta (about 1 cup cooked) per serving with a lot of veggies as well!
This makes about 10 (3 oz) servings of beef. Left overs make a great meal on their own or can be tranfsormed into many other recipes.
This was adapted from the Goodhousekeeping website to accomodate boneless skinless chicken breasts.
From the Sonoma Diet Cookbook... this is a delicious salad that can be enjoyed either as a sandwich or on a bed of lettuce.
This cross between chili and stew is a great hit with my family.
This is a delicious cold tomato soup that is great for those hot summer days. Also Delicious warmed up.
This version uses whole wheat pasta noodles and cottage cheese to help keep the fat and calories down. It is a favorite at my house.
This delicious vinaigrette is from the Sonoma Diet. It is great, low calories and low fat.
This mock guacomole is delicious, low in calories, fat and has no cholesterol. I found it on the American Heart Assoc. Website.
A great way to enjoy fresh zucchini on a hot day.
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