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Spicy start to a high protein, low carb day!
Pizza using the chicken breast for the crust. This yummy and filling entree will take care of that nasty pizza craving!!
This healthy alternative to the fast food breakfast biscuit can be made ahead and warmed in the morning for a fast nutritious breakfast on the go.
A great way to use up some of the Crock pot chicken with black beans and salsa while creating a very tasty breakfast that's high protein and low carb!!
I make this on Sunday and eat it throughout the week for breakfast and mid morning snack.
Quick and easy breakfast bite with lots of protein for few calories.
If you are cooking for someone on a low sodium diet, use this recipe instead of spaghetti seasoning. This recipe is the equivalent to one package of spaghetti seasoning (or 3 tablespoons.) Adjust the strength of any ingredient to your taste.
These meatloaves are tender, tasty and loaded with good-for-you ingredients. A "cook ahead" for quick meals throughout the week.
A flavorful marinade for chicken that is low in sodium.
Fresh, tasty, low sodium seasonings for poultry
A vegetarian, and much healthier, version of my sister-in-laws famous Taco Soup.
Feels like you are cheating and eating a LOT of pizza and you still stay on your diet.
Wonder treat to serve with turkey burgers! You feel like you are soooo cheating!!
A great mock Chicken Cordon Bleu
A filling chicken rice soup that doesn't pack on the calories after a day of indulging!
We cut the sodium on this hearty soup by swapping taco seasoning for three spices you already have on hand. The secret that helps add fiber and body to this Taco Soup is the garbanzo beans.
A healthy version using the popular 2 alarm chili seasoning kit. Simply use turkey instead of beef and add a few more vegetables. This version is much higher in fiber and lower on the heartburn scale!
In the culture and cuisine of the Southwest, chili is serious business. But contrary to what many believe, good chili doesn't require "carne" or meat. The key to great chili is knowing how to harness the fiery flavor of a wide range of available chile peppers to make the dish exciting yet edible.
Serve with chips, pita chips, veggies, or whatever.