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    These recipes are all natural, gluten free, nutrient dense and sweetened naturally.
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    A colorful side dish that is savory to the taste. It is simple and easy to do. Please feel free to add other ingredients to your liking.

    Recipe #371520

    Finally, a gluten free cereal that is high in fiber, tasty and doesn't cost you $5 a box! This is wonderfully satisfying, similar to All-Bran or Fiber-One cereals, and very easy to make! I created this recipe by modifying a bran flakes recipe I found online so that it would be gluten free (original recipe by Homemaking booket, Mormon Church, 1978 - found at astray.com). Be warned, you don't need to eat much to be full with this cereal (roll it as thin as you can)! NOTE: I am still working on perfecting this recipe (so there may be updates), but just had to share with my fellow celiacs!

    Recipe #308397

    These pancakes are made up of buckwheat flour, brown rice flour and garfava flour which are all high in nutrients and fiber. There is no oil or sugar added and they are less than 2 points each with Weight Watchers! I modified my Recipe #259741 recipe to make it gluten free.

    Recipe #252138

    I make this often as a light lunch since it is so easy, inexpensive and nutritious (check out the vitamin content!). Not to mention it is gluten free! I often substitute 1 1/2 cups broccoli for the green beans though it will make it more watery if you don't thaw the broccoli first and discard excess water (I don't do this typically though, I just throw the ingredients in a container the night before and let the broccoli thaw overnight and don't mind the extra liquid).

    Recipe #260181

    This is a fantastic option for those who are counting calories. There is no oil or sugar in the ingredients and they are less than 2 points each with Weight Watchers! This recipe was inspired by a cookbook called Volumetrics by Barbara Rolls. Top with fresh fruit (cooked bananas are great), fat free yogurt or honey.

    Recipe #259741

    This is a great dish for a weeknight because you can quickly mix up the ingredients and pop it in the oven for an hour while you do other things. I love that it is very versitale and does well with substitutions and differing amounts. If I don't have cottage cheese, I use ricotta or if I have a little left of each I will use both. I've even used up leftover mexican cheese instead of the mozzarella and it still tastes great! My mom used to make this recipe every couple of months when I was growing up and it was always such a treat. I was pleasantly surprised to find out how easy it is to make! Sometimes she made it in a pie crust and of course that was even better! I enjoy topping it with crumbled feta when I have some in the house. I hope your family enjoys it as much as mine!

    Recipe #260202

    I came up with this recipe after finding out that I had to go gluten free. I don't miss the bread crumbs in the meatballs one bit! Substituting the spaghetti squash for regular pasta is also good for those who are counting calories or carbs. TIP: omit the egg if needed, the meatballs will still stay together (I found this out on accident)!

    Recipe #260261

    This is a spicy vegetable Bruschetta that is almost like a salsa and is great served cold on sourdough bread, rye crackers or even with Recipe #263512. I came up with this recipe after being appalled at the price of a small jar of bruschetta at a grocery store. I looked at the ingredients and decided I could make that myself for less than half the cost. It is great for using up any leftover veggies (I make it with the salsa leftover from Recipe #306949) and is very forgiving if you don't have all the ingredients.

    Recipe #263500

    A wonderful healthy snack and a great way to use up leftover corn tortillas. Great with Recipe #287183 or for making nachos. I vary the toppings on this depending on what I will be serving them with, but lately have just been making them plain. VARIATION: If you need more healthy oils in your diet, brush with olive oil.

    Recipe #263512

    Garlic lovers and health nuts only! This single serving recipe is an extremely simple, yet flavorful variation on scrambled eggs. The cottage cheese adds a moist texture and the garlic gives it great flavor. Both spinach and garlic have wonderful health benefits (antioxidants, disease prevention, high vitamin content) and egg whites are a wonderful source of protein so it's a great way to start out your day! (Try adding cooked diced potatoes once and awhile - it's fantastic!)

    Recipe #282618

    With just a few simple ingredients and 15 minutes in the oven, you have a wonderful and delightful looking side dish. I believe I got this recipe from a book called Gluten-Free by Michael Cox.

    Recipe #308395

    I posted this for those of you who are health conscious, but do crave soda once and awhile. No high fructose corn syrup or artificial sweeteners in this drink! I use Juicy Juice 100% fruit juice. I like to drop in fresh cherries and by the time I'm done with the soda they are soft and come right off the pits! (You can also add white wine to this to make it a nice wine cooler.)

    Recipe #309226

    This makes 1 serving of a delicious frothy smoothie and is great way to get your morning fiber without even tasting it! You also get the benefit of the healthy bacteria in yogurt to boost your digestive health, the antioxidants in the strawberries and the potassium in the banana. Add more or less milk to adjust to your desired thickness.

    Recipe #306538

    A delicious healthy addition to any meal or a guiltless nutrient dense snack to tide you over until the next one. Everytime I heat this up at work people come by my office to comment on how good it smells. A cook made this for me while I was in Jamaica and it was so delicious, I had to share! He added chicken strips and probably a lot more olive oil, but I like to make it this way since I can eat about half of this in a sitting and not feel any guilt.

    Recipe #320135

    This is a great way to slip healthy spinach and flax seed meal into your loved one's diet. It is healthy and satisfying and you will benefit from the probiotics (yogurt), antioxidants (berries), omega-3's and fiber (flax meal), potassium (banana) and the numerous benefits of spinach (to name a few - vitamin K, A, C, B2, B6, E, folate, iron, calcium, potassium & fiber). Also by combining the berries (Vitamin C) with the spinach (iron) you are allowing for more absorption of iron from the spinach (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinach). I have this about an hour before my morning workout.

    Recipe #310619

    Don't tell your kids and they'll never know these moist chocolaty pancakes are actually healthy for them! Packing over 7 grams of protein and over 3 grams of fiber each, these pancakes are made without oil or sugar, combining egg whites, oats, cocoa powder, and a combination of bean & brown rice flour to make a nutrient packed breakfast that is high in fiber and protein and low in fat. A well mashed banana is used for sweetener, but unexpectedly you will not taste it. Serve w/a bowl of Cool Whip for dipping or simply pour hot soymilk over them (so they're moist like adding syrup w/o the calories!). Have fun experimenting with the way you like to eat them!

    Recipe #381385

    This frittata boasts both flavor and texture, topped with tart baked tomatoes and creamy, mildly tangy goat cheese, and rounded out by the sweet warmth of basil. This single serving frittata is made in a 6" cast iron skillet, cooked stovetop and then transferred to either a 425 degree oven or a covered grill to finish.

    Recipe #382189

    A creamy chocolate peanut butter pudding parfait for breakfast... and before a long run? Why not? Take.a couple minutes to toss the ingredients together the night before and it's ready to dish first thing in the morning! Loaded with fiber, protein, healthy fats and a little caffeine from the cacao, it's the perfect breakfast to sustain you through a long workout. I love to have this first thing in the morning before I head out for a long run. (recipe inspired by Oh She Glows - http://ohsheglows.com/2010/04/08/easy-vegan-overnight-oats/)

    Recipe #437031

    These really are like magic in that they actually rise up and bake like regular muffins, but only take 3-4 minutes in the microwave. Using cocoa powder, flax meal, rolled oats and sweetened only with banana, these are a very nutritious breakfast with a good source of heart healthy omega 3s, over 5 grams of fiber and almost 9 grams of protein. Feel free to add a sweetener of choice if you prefer things sweet. Also try the suggested toppings or mix-ins (my favorite is the Chocolate Whey Coconut) or experiment with your own! I love that they don't need xanthan gum and they're a great way to make use of that single overripe banana that isn't enough for banana bread. Bonus: Studies have also shown that in addition to being a great source of antioxidants, cocoa also has the ability to make us feel more full while also having a mood elevating effect. TIP: Mix up the dry ingredients ahead of time and store in the fridge in individual baggies so you only have to mix them into the soaked oats, banana, and eggs in the morning.

    Recipe #435202

    High in fiber, low in fat and no refined sugar. A great way to start out your morning!

    Recipe #426574

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