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Ground Turkey, Rotini, and Fresh Vegetables

Colorful, healthy, and delicious. Only about 250 calories for a one cup serving. Lowfat and low sodium. Use whole wheat rotini or other types of pasta in place of the rainbow rotini I used. The Jennie O Extra Lean Ground Turkey Breast is really good. (It's so good I eat two 1 cup servings but I track it on the SparkPeople nutrition tracker!)

Black Bean and Corn Salad: Easy and Delicious!

My Weight Watchers instructor gave us this recipe. It is filling, delicious, and healthy. For Weight Watchers it has 1 point for a 1/2 c. serving. I calculated the calories here. I eat a whole cup!!! Delicious and lowfat. I have also doubled or tripled the recipe.

Trader Joe's Cilantro Chicken Sausage and Eggs

I used 2 whole eggs and 4 egg whites for this recipe to cut down on cholestrol. The Trader Joe's Cilantro Chicken Sausage is zesty. They have other varieties of their chicken sausage. The Smart and Delicous Soft Wraps are found at most supermarkets including Super Walmart, Frys, and Krogers. Each wrap has 13 grams of fiber and there are several varieties. Whole wheat, sundried tomato, etc. I used the White Whole Wheat this time. They are really good!!! I learned about them at a Weight Watcher's meeting. I used green onions (scallions). 2% shredded cheese is lower in fat but still retains the flavor and tastes like cheese.

Parmesan Crusted Chicken

Easy to make. Handy ingredients.

Egg and Vegetable Frittata in Petite-loaf pans

Using an 8 section petite loaf pan with 8 very small loaves (like a muffin tin but shaped like loaves instead of muffins.) you can make these egg and vegetable "frittatas" at 147 calories each.
I might increase the tomatoes. You can use whatever type of cheese you'd like. The mini loaf pan makes bigger sizes than a muffin. You could add mushrooms, artichokes, any vegetables you have handy.

Incredible! (1 rating)
Chicken Noodle Soup To Get Better With

I wasn't feeling well one day. I saw this recipe in Redbook Magazine. I fixed it leaving out the parsnips because I had none on hand and to cut down on salt I didn't add the salt. I felt better the next day.

Light Strawberry Mousse

This recipe is from Quick Cooking Magazine. Peggy Key of Grove, Alabama wrote: "This a light, fluffy dessert flavored with fresh strawberries is a refreshing ending to a summer meal." It's a delicious dessert for diabetics and those cutting back on their sugar intake. Skip the ice cream and have this instead! It only has 55 calories per serving.
You could make it with raspberries and raspberry jello. You could make it lighter with non-fat Cool Whip.

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