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Recipes I've Shared:
This recipe reheats well and is great to have for lunches during the week.
The classic WW recipe, adapted for vegetarians. Low carb, low sugar, low calorie, and very filling and delicious!
Diabetic friendly pumpkin pie!
Comforting, fiber-rich, and diabetes friendly! Perfect food for fall!
This is a knock off of the soup served at Noodles and Co.
Called "lucky 7" because it contains 7 healthy veggies!
This vegetarian meal is made with vegetarian Italian sausage links (Litelife brand), but could also be made with turkey sausage or pork if you prefer.
loaded with veggies, and so delicious your kids will even love it!
adapted from the pioneer woman
Good comfort food on a cold winter night!
Green, leafy kale gets an amazing transformation to become a delicious, unbelievably crunchy substitute for potato chips. Guaranteed, your family will love them!
Recipe from the side of the can
Standard recipe, lightened up...with the added goodness of whole wheat flour, wheat germ, oats and raisins!
A fast go-to meal that's healthy and hearty and sure to please everyone. Makes 9 generous servings...1.5 cups each!
This recipe uses low-sodium canned beans for convenience when you don't have time to soak them yourself, and frozen Boca Burger Crumbles. It's ready in 15 minutes, flat, but like all Chili, tastes better the longer it cooks.
This "crustless" version of pumpkin pie is served up in individual cupcake liners, with a vanilla wafer in the bottom for "crust".
Adapted from allrecipes.com
Modified from recipe found on ez-mealz
Adapted from Morningstar Farms website
from the Rotel Tomatoes label. Makes approximately 10 servings, 1 cup each.
I made this with whole milk (on hand for my kids) since my skim milk had soured. Adds only a small amount of fat, since only 1/2 cup is used in the entire recipe. What a great way to get some veggies into my kids...they loved it! (I serve up 1/2 for me and then split the other half between their two sippy cups, and cut the thickness with additional milk for them)
Variation of Chef Meg's Recipe, with quinoa added to the filling.
A delicious low-cal main course that the whole family will love! Serve with a green salad and steamed veggies.
Traditional Buttermilk Scone recipe, lightened up with use of smartbalance butter blend instead of real butter. Can leave out the blueberries and substitute any other fruit, raisins, etc.
This is a great little snack, made in a coffee mug in your microwave...and you get to eat the WHOLE thing! :)
This spicy cream cheese dip can be made with fat free cream cheese, and with all the other ingredients, no one will ever suspect that it's actually good for you!
Recipes I've Rated:
- Broccoli Woccoli
- Taco Style Lentils & Brown Rice
- Corn Chowder
- Hot & Fruity Oatmeal
- Mini Cheesecakes
- zucchini & summer squash chips
- Crustless Spinach, Onion and Feta Quiche
- Cold Marinated Vegetable Salad
- Sweet and Spicy Potato Oven Fries
- Pumpkin Black Bean Enchiladas
- Grilled Fruit with Strawberry Dip
- egg drop soup
- Roasted Parmesan Garlic Cauliflower
- Homemade Wheat Oatmeal Blueberry Pancakes
- Cowboy Caviar
- Bruschetta-Stuffed Mushrooms