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Recipes I've Shared:
This is a twist on a traditional family favorite
This is a rich chocolate flourless alternative
This is a light and fluffy dessert alternative
A zucchini and yellow squash dish.
An easy breakfast alternative.
This is a quick and easy breakfast alternative
This is a yummy and quick breakfast alternative
This is uses the whole egg, not just egg whites, but could be converted to use egg whites.
This is a quick and easy treat that is great for breakfast or a snack, and is high is protein (23 g of protein). It also only has 9 g of sugar!
This is a delicious take on Stuffed Peppers
This is a great dish at any time of year!
This is a basic biscuit recipe that is easy to make.
This is a hearty cabbage soup that is designed to help fill you up with minimal calories in order to help you lose weight. This can be converted to a vegetarian soup by substituting the beef broth with vegetable broth.
This is a variation on the Ghirardelli Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe using Splenda
This is a yummy cheesecake filling that is yummy in any type of shell you choose.
This is a healthy high protein breakfast option
This yummy smoothie alternative uses almond milk in place of regular milk.
A real easy recipe for a healthy dose of fruit and protein from almond milk.
This recipe is the result of just adding things that sounded good together! And tasted even better together!
A recipe to warm up and keep you going on a cool morning.
My mom's favorite recipe
This is a recipe from the ChefMD website. It looks like a yummy meal for a cool summer evening.
This is a recipe out of the 1952 Better Homes and Garden Cookbook. I modified it to use whole wheat flour and applesauce in place of the shortening. And, it tastes just as good, if not better, than the original recipe! And...a whole lot healthier. I used a regular size muffin pan (6 cup) to make the 12.
This is my grandfather's recipe and is absolutely yummy!
This is a favorite of mine and practically a meal in itself. It is low sodium and has peppers, onions, and tomatoes added.
My grandmother put this together just because she thought it sounded good, and it was!
These are absolutely yummy, and low in calories! I've modified the recipe to use applesauce in place of the oil and they came out wonderful!
I actually used my George Foreman grill to cook these!
A quick and yummy breakfast option that is low in calories and full of protein!
I used unsweetened applesauce with this recipe instead of oil. Plus, it gives it such a great flavor, too! Enjoy!
A wholesome meal that can be served with spaghetti and marinara sauce! Enjoy!
This is the type of stew you make when the veggies are on their last leg and there are a couple of leftovers that just need to be eaten. You can mix and match and make it your own. I had fun with this one.
A healthier twist on grandma's old recipe
Just like mom used to make!
This is a variation of another recipe, but using organic fat free milk, whole wheat flour, and organic grain fed eggs. Believe it or not, it actually lowered the number of calories for this recipe!
I just put this together and found it absolutely yummy and very filling. Perfect for breakfast or snack. Great with a glass of milk.
This is the way my grandma always made it! One of my favorites!
Something yummy (and low cal) that I stumbled upon. Great over rice with veggies.
A family favorite!
This is a variation on my original tuna salad sandwich recipe. This recipe does not include any egg and uses Wasa Fiber Rye Crispbreads, which make a good substitution for bread.
A delicious Italian tradition...slightly modified, using thin sliced chicken fillets and egg whites.
This is a traditional crock pot recipe passed down through my family. Hearty, filling, and yummy on a cold winter day. Perfect for a Sunday afternoon dinner with family. Serve with a tossed salad and the meal is perfect!
This is a quick and easy breakfast or snack option for anyone on the go.
A yummy, yet filling, lunch entree!
This recipe actually comes from my grandmother's 1952 copy of Better Home's and Garden's Cookbook. I've altered three items from the original recipe...substituted applesauce for shortening, egg substitute for the egg, and whole wheat flour for the bleached enriched flour.