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I came across this recipe over 10 years ago when I first learned I was diabetic. It's quick and tasty.

Recipe #224628

Tasty low-fat, hi-fiber side dish to serve with chicken, pork, or fish.

Recipe #138330

Tasty peas in a butter-herb sauce.

Recipe #216451

So easy and tasty, and good for you too!

Recipe #399884

Comfort food thats good for you. I have included diabetic exchanges for those who are keeping track.

Recipe #155067

Fiber-rich and healthy soup to warm you up. This can also be cooked in a crock pot.

Recipe #216414

This is from the June '07 GoodHousekeeping magazine. Simple, healthy, and delicious. I added some alfalfa sprouts to mine and only used half the amount of spinach leaves.

Recipe #232575

This is different from the other cabbage soups posted.

Recipe #204491

5 Reviews |  By katew

Golden Delicious apples are best for this.

Recipe #412907

Great for breakfast, not too sweet.

Recipe #224629

I have no idea how this got it's name, but it's quick and easy.

Recipe #216489

Makes enough for a 12 - 15 pound turkey.

Recipe #197164

These homemade sausage patties are healthier (lower in fat and no preservatives). They can be frozen in portion sizes to serve your family.

Recipe #141636

This is a lovely pie and it's diabetic friendly.

Recipe #216479

2 Reviews |  By Brenda.

A creamy, cheesy, treasure of a find from the American Heart Association's cookbook. Traditionally we would think of this as a side dish, but at 396 calories per serving I wanted to make sure this recipe would fill us up without having to add large servings of meat or bread. It did! We like it served with 1/2 of a small grilled/broiled chicken breast and steamed veggies, but shrimp would also be a nice accompaniment. I am in constant search of low-fat, heart healthy recipes that actually fill us up. So often we find recipes listed as "low-fat" or "heart healthy" and the serving size is so small a person walks away from the table hungry or we are deceived by the words "low-fat" and eat 4x what the recommended portion size is defeating the original intent. This filling dish generously serves 4. We also like a tsp or so of onion powder added to the cheese mixture. If you are not on a sodium restricted diet, feel free to add salt to taste. The recipezaar database doesn't seem to recognize the yolk free egg noodles or low sodium worcestershire sauce so I will list the Nutrition Values as stated by the AHA. Calories 396, Total Fat 3.0 g, Sat Fat 1.0 g, Poly 0.5 g, Mono 0.5 g, Sodium 389 mg, Cholesterol 21 mg, Carbs 64 g, Protein 23 g, Fiber 3 g, Sugars 10 g. Dietary Exchange- 4 Starch, 2 Very Lean Meat.

Recipe #408970

Make a batch to season chicken dishes and soup. Great no-salt better-than-poultry-seasoning.

Recipe #190184

Delightfull little sweets you can enjoy with no guilt. Choose your favorite flavor of pudding.

Recipe #399934

Next time you have roast beef, try this delectable sauce instead of brown gravy. Lower in fat and calories than gravy too.

Recipe #140436

Switch from sour cream to low fat yogurt for a more healthy choice.

Recipe #399890

This one is no-bake and lower in fat and sugar. A light, sweet treat everyone can enjoy.

Recipe #140427

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