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Taken from domesticate-me.com
adapted from the shirleyjourney.com
adapted from recipesforourdailybread.com
Adapted from hostthetoast.com
Adapted from midlifehealthyliving.com
Yummy and filling.
I've adapted this recipe from many I've found, taking a few ingredients from each. This is probably one of my most favorite meals.
Healthy and chocolatey shake.
Adapted from Betty Crocker
Great lower calorie dish when you are craving Asian Food.
Taken from urbanblisslife.com
- taken from Facebook
Taken from All Recipes website
Taken from Delish.com
Taken from http://www.itscheatdayeveryday.com/low-car
Taken from bevcooks.com
Taken from www.thechunkychef.com
Adapted from Lauren @LaurenKellyNutrition
Uses a spiralier to cut vegetables.
Taken from http://holisticallyengineered.com/2014/08/
Taken from http://www.simply-gourmet.com/2014/05/asia
Low sodium version of a classic
Adapted from Pinterest.
Taken from www.food.com
Adapted from http://www.runningwithspoons.com/2014/12/1
taken from Allrecipes.com
Found on Pinterest, not very low calorie, but easy and VERY HEALTHY!
Easy and quick, my entire family likes it too!
I serve this recipe on italian bread slices with cheese. (not included in the calorie count) It makes a great quick meal and my family loves it!
Excellent real cheesecake. It takes a long time to prepare, but it is completely worth it!
Taken from a friend's blog. It's AMAZING!!
Taken from Taste of Home website. I use no salt added tomato puree to make this. I also omit the mint.
Taken from the Garlic Cookbook by Sarina Jacobson
Taken from simplyrecipes.com
Taken from "The 4 Ingredient Diabetic Cookbook" by Sally N Hunt, PhD
Taken from "The Easy 4 Ingredient Diabetic Cookbook".
Taken from "Healthy Meat and Potatoes" cookbook by Charles Knight.
I put the chicken on to cook in the crock pot before I leave for work. When I come home I quickly shred the chicken, fire up the griddle, and supper in on the table in less than 20 minutes!!
This recipe includes pork only. If you choose to put it on a bun or add extra sauce, you will need to add that into your count for the day.
I found the original recipe on the "Eating Well" website at eatingwell.com/recipes/low_fat_granola_bar
s.html. I modified it by eliminating the raisins as I do not like raisins. If you need a little more protein in your diet, add 1/2 c peanut butter in place of the oil. I've also thought about substituting apple sauce for the oil, but haven't had the nerve to try it yet.
I modified a yogurt recipe from the database. My husband is on a low sodium diet and my father-in-law who is diabetic was coming for a visit. I came up with this one and it was really good. With so few calories, everyone ate until they were full and we met everyone's diet needs.