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While this recipe, at first glance, has a pretty high calorie count for a soup (335 calories/serving) you must realize that it is a MEAL in itself with 18 grams of protein, 27 grams of carbohydrates and 5 grams of fiber, it's a great meal!
A variation from my first variation:
lean ground beef (organic, grass fed)
Gluten-free pasta + add white beans (for potassium)
I got the original recipe from my best friend's mother who had it in her family for a good while. It originally had cream of chicken and cream of mushroom soups as well as light cream... I had to adjust it for gluten and dairy intollerances in my family, and I think I've got a great new dish. No one can tell what's missing! (and it's healtier too!)
You will NOT believe that this is cauliflower! Scrumptious!
Wonderful on a salad made of fresh Asian greens (like tatsoi) and spinach, or over vegetable stir fry with brown rice or buckwheat soba noodles.
The mixture of flavors in this salad is fantastic... even better when the ingredients are in-season. My brother-in-law, who "doesn't eat kale" had two helpings!
Inspired by the cold salad that Brigitte recommends to Lucky in the book "The Higher Power of Lucky" by Susan Patron.
My kids loved the book - and the salad as well!
A surprising ingredient makes this version butter-y and irresisitable!
When you're looking for a small treat that is "clean" (no processed sugars or flours), this is a great option. At 140 calories, 3.4 g protein, and 2.5 g fiber, not bad for a cookie. One is enough to fill you up! (Or make them in 1 Tbs drops (instead of 2 Tbs) and cut those number in half.)
Adapted from a recipe given to me by my mother...
A clean-eating alternative to the seasonal favorite.
A healthier alternative to traditional lasagna. I created it from 2 of the vegetables I had ripe in my garden late this summer and actually cooked it on the grill! Tastes just as good in the winter.
Nutritional Information is for SAUCE ONLY. (Serve with rice or other asian style noodles OR angel hair pasta. Garnish w/ sliced scallions & bean sprouts, if desired.)
Mom's old recipe with a few healthier changes - more veggies and replace the ground beef with ground turkey. Still the same great flavor!
Zang's Restaruant in Denver, Colorado provided this recipe to the Denver Post several years ago. I have modified it, but only slightly. It's amazingly good with fresh greens and fruit (I like spinach, feta cheese, and blueberries
Rave reviews at picnics!
A surprise ingredient gives this hummus a rich, buttery taste. The process gives it its' smooth texture.
Made with evaporated cane juice and no butter, this cake is a cleanER version of the old favorite with only 1/2 the fat.
Absolutely simple and quick with wonderful flavors!
Great for veggie dippin'!
With 3 grams of fiber and almost 4 grams of protein
Great way to use leftover holiday turkey!
a variation from Tosca Rena's "Eating Clean" Diet Book