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    A compilation of recipes from participants in the Healthy for the Holidays Challenge
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    A delicious low fat potato dish which I found in the November 2005 issue of the 'Australian Good Taste' magazine, as an accompaniment to Recipe #145704. I have posted both recipes for the post-ZWT Healthy for the Holidays Challenge.

    Recipe #145705

    Australian chef flip shelton suggests spicing up a pot of tea "by adding 1-2 teaspoons of this blend with the tea leaves". The tea can be drunk black or white. From her fabulous book 'green: modern vegetarian recipes'. I have also posted her Spiced Coffee recipe. Both have been posted for the post-ZWT Healthy for the Holidays Challenge. Drunk without milk, this tea is 14 calories and has 0.5g fat. This Spiced Tea and the Spiced Coffee are both great low fat choices!

    Recipe #145678

    A deliciously spiced coffee which enhances the coffee drinking experience, and is therefore particularly welcome when you're aiming to reduce the calories in your daily diet. Because it has no milk, it has NO fat and, at 17 calories, it is super-low in calories. Compare that with a creamy cappuccino! Adapted from Australian chef flip shelton's 'green: modern vegetarian recipes', and posted for the post-ZWT Healthy for the Holidays Challenge! When I make this next time, I'm going to try it without the fennel seeds and with a tablespoon of orange juice.

    Recipe #145671

    A healthy and delicious juice - a great way to start the day! - from Australian chef flip shelton's 'green: modern vegetarian recipes'. As flip says of this juice "This has a pretty orange colour, a delicate floral scent and a great texture".

    Recipe #145669

    I felt creative one night and threw a little of this and that in a pan and came up with this really yummy recipe. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do! PLEASE let me know if you try this and what you think! 6 WW points plus

    Recipe #145355

    I have a meat and potatoes guy who could live on potatoes and gravy. This is how I make it healthier and lower in fat!

    Recipe #145147

    This is adapted from a Paula Deen recipe I had at a friends home. We just love it, it is light and different and delicious!

    Recipe #144984

    6 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe comes from "The Eating Well with Diabetes Cookbook". It makes great use of the dried shitakes I always have on hand. It is low in fat and high in fiber.

    Recipe #144766

    A simple recipe which I found in the June 2002 issue of the 'Australian Good Taste' magazine, in a bring-a-dish for eight menu plan. Obviously, the recipe can be scaled down. The recipe specifies that it can be made "up to an hour before serving", but I cannot see why it couldn't be made further ahead than that. When I make this, I'll be adding chopped onions and garlic in step two, and some lemon juice and dried thyme, probably when adding the chickpeas in step three.

    Recipe #144762

    When you absolutely must have dessert, but you're counting calories and fat grams, here's a way to meet your goal and have a sweet too.

    Recipe #144757

    Yummy, healthy - low calorie, low fat - biscuits which are easy to make and just fabulous on a cheese board, together with Toffee Grapes Recipe #144733. These biscuits can be kept in an airtight container for up to 4 weeks. I found this recipe in the November 2005 issue of the 'Australian Good Taste' magazine. The preparation and cooking times below do not include the 30 minutes resting time and the 15 minutes cooling time.

    Recipe #144738

    Romantic little recipe for two that wont leave you too full to flirt! Yummy garlic and wine sauce coat the shrimp and pasta. A salad and some crusty fresh bread would be very nice with this and a nice chablis or chardonnay wouldn't hurt either! I came up with this after totally revamping a recipe found on healthycookingrecipes.com. "PLEASE adjust the seasonings to make it perfect for you and DO let me know how you change it up." Enjoy! UPDATE! As listed yes the portion is quite large as you would find in a restaurant. Feel free to reduce the amount of pasta to save calories. We always have leftovers which is fine by me! I remove the shrimp to reheat. Zap pasta in micro for a few minutes then add the shrimp on top for about 20 seconds to remove the chill! Also feel free to experiment! More tomatoes, canned tomatoes (just use organic or add a pinch of sugar) less red pepper, more red pepper. You get the idea. Enjoy!

    Recipe #144728

    Who says pancakes must only grace the breakfast table? The savory vegetable filling makes these puffed gems suitable for a satisfying supper meal. Healthy and tasty! This delicious calorie and fat reduced recipe (158 calories a serving) is from The New Dieters Cookbook.

    Recipe #144681

    This is a good way to cut back on some fat and calories and still have nice omelet. Add some cut fruit for a nice lunch or brunch. 121 calories a serving. From Better Homes and Gardens's recipe editor's top ten pick for a heart healthy meatless main dish.

    Recipe #144676

    I love recipes that are low calorie/low fat and just don't taste like it! This tastes a lot like chicken Parmesan. I used fresh basil and shredded asiago cheese on the insides. This recipe is adapted from Better Homes and Garden's editor's top ten Healthy for the Heart Recipes. Posted for Healthy for the Holidays! Be sure to have toothpicks on hand to secure the rolls. Make-Ahead Tip: Prepare chicken rolls as directed and place in baking dish. Cover and chill for up to 12 hours (bake as directed).

    Recipe #144673

    A quick and healthy salad for a perfect lunch or light dinner. At 172 Calories a serving and 6 grams of fat this recipe is perfect for those who are watching what they eat and don't want to compromise flavor. This recipe is Better Homes and Gardens editor's top ten healthy heart recipe.

    Recipe #144664

    At 146 delicious calories a serving this recipe is not only fast but healthy! The rub really complements the beef without masking it's flavors. Good for cheaper cuts of beef and to cut the calories. From Better Homes and Garden's Editor's pick for top ten Healthy Heart Recipes.

    Recipe #144661

    This calorie-trimmed favorite saves 200 calories per serving. For the creamiest results, be sure to use red potatoes. White potatoes have a drier texture and tend to sock up the sauce during baking. For the cheesiest flavor use reduced-fat Sharp Cheddar Cheese. 114 Calories a Serving! Adapted from the New Dieter’s Cookbook from Better Homes and Gardens.

    Recipe #144653

    I found this recipe online in a compilation of crock pot recipes. I have tweaked it heavily to my own dietary needs. This is a lovely creamy soup, but not one with a lot of zing. This would be best for someone looking for subtle flavors. It is almost like mashed sweet potatoes. I tried it with a dollop of fat free sour cream but I did not like that as much as leaving it alone. If you don't have enough broth just make up the difference with water. It worked fine.

    Recipe #144500

    Traditionally escabeche is made by pickling fried fish. Susser's quick version features sautéed shrimp in a cilantro marinade with tangy grilled pineapple. Liberal use of local citrus and tropical fruits and juices makes it easy for Allen Susser to add bright flavor to both savory and sweet dishes without using lots of fat. His philosophy at Chef Allen's in Miami is simple: don't try to cut out oil and rich foods altogether; just use small amounts and make sure they're top quality. This low calorie (161 a serving) - low fat (4.6 gm) recipe was created by Allen Susser, the famed Caribbean-Latin-Euro fusionist of Miami's Chef Allen's. WINE: WINE Because ginger, lemons and spices can overwhelm dry, subtle wines, look for a simpler aromatic white, such as a West Coast Riesling. The 1994 Hogue Cellars Dry Johannisberg Riesling or the 1993 Trefethen White Riesling are acidic enough to stand up to the tartness and fruity enough to magnify the flavors of the shrimp and the snapper. 30 minutes to marinate.

    Recipe #144497

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