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Recipes I've Shared:
A hearty and filling paleo meal for less than 300 calories. See my "Butternut Squash Noodles" recipe for making the noodles; they can be made ahead and stored in the fridge for use with this recipe when ready. (I've included the ingredients in that recipe here so that this recipe reflects all ingredients.) The ingredients list reflects 8 ounces of mushrooms, but a standard 6 ounce package of pre-sliced mushrooms would be fine.
Spiralized Butternut Squash Noodles. Calories can be reduced by using less olive oil. (Ghee or butter also can be used)
I found this recipe for dehydrated Sloppy Joes on backpackingchef.com (shared by Chef Russ from Rochester, NY). I doubled the recipe because it's so delicious that it's worth making a batch to eat at home before dehydrating
An easy quinoa tabouli recipe that uses less oil and more veggies to reduce the calories, carbs, and fat per serving. 7 filling servings (about 1 heaping cup per serving).
This recipe was adapted from a similar "myrecipes.com" recipe that used pork tenderloin instead of ribeye roast. I used home-made, low sugar blackberry jam instead of store bought preserves. I'm sure it tastes great with pork tenderloin but my store was out, so I bought a 3 pound pork ribeye roast and cut it in half for this recipe.
This is a very slight modification to a recipe from "Clean Eating" for Moroccan Chickpea Salad. Reduce the calories a bit by using low fat or fat free feta.
This recipe came from Backpack Gourmet by Linda Frederick Yaffe. It dehydrated well for our backpacking trip. (My first experience in dehydrating soup!)
Based on a variation of Linda Frederick Yaffe's Peanut Soup, this is made with wheat germ instead of TVP. (I actually meant to use Bulgar Wheat but accidentally grabbed the wheat germ). It came out very thick and tasty. (Ready for the dehydrator)
A healthy version of butternut squash soup. Can lower calories even more by spraying squash with Pam instead of tossing in olive oil before roasting
This is a hearty, healthy, whole grain pasta dish that is loaded with veggies and a little bit of healthy sausage. Can easily substitute other veggies and/or turkey kielbasa for any of the ingredients
This is a simple white bean salad with feta cheese, spinach and seasonings. Next time, I think I'll lighten up on the olive oil
Simple sauteed onion and cabbage. Low calorie, easy, and quick
This is straight from the Moosewodd cookbook, but uses only 1/8 a cup of oil to cut calories. (1/8 cup = 2TBS). Can substitute zuccini or other veggie for the cucumber and can add chickpeas if desired. Also very good (lighter, sweeter flavor) when made with Quinoi instead of Bulgar Wheat.
Simple, tasty steamed eggplant cubes adapted from other online recipes
Adapted this from another Spark recipe to reduce calories even more. It's a one pot recipe that my picky 12 year old begs me to make.
This recipe is based on one from Kalyns Kitchen (an excellent web site for South Beach friendly recipes). I slightly reduced her amount of tomato pesto and cheese. Could be lower in calories if using sun dried tomatoes that are not packed in oil.
Recipes I've Rated:
- Asian Cole Slaw
- Rockport Fish Chowder
- Spicy Baked Sweet Potato Fries
- Breaded Chicken Parmesan
- Easy 100 calorie rice pudding
- Curried Carrot Soup by FANNETASTIC FOOD
- Quinoa and Pomegranate Salad
- Low-Fat Eggplant Parmesan
- Weight Watchers Cabbage Soup
- Soba Noodles, Chicken, and Veggies with Caramelized Garlic Sauce
- Thai Green Curry Chicken with Ginger
- Homemade Vegetable Stock (Salt-Free)
- P90X Asparagus Soup 1 cup
- Sesame Green Beans
- Healthy Simple Cole Slaw
- Easy Ginger-Garlic Sauce
- Moroccan slow cooker stew
- Ginger Spiced Cranberry Sauce with raisins
- Chicken tenders
- hummus low fat version w/ tahini
- Quinoa Tabouli
- Crustless Spinach, Onion and Feta Quiche
- Spicy Hummus
- Cabbage Casserole
- White Wine and Mustard Baked Chicken