This is an Emeril recipe that looks amazing. I'm storing it here with my own touches to try soon. This can be served hot or cold, and prep time does not include chilling. Use the soy milk to make it dairy-free.
Finally, a recipe for green bean casserole that's low-fat and dairy-free! For years I haven't been able to eat the traditional version because it's smothered in cream soup. Now I can dive right in again! I can't wait to try this. It's from Calorie Commando on the Food Network.
This recipe is from Coastal New England Summer Cooking by Sherri Eldridge. Salmon poached with white wine then combined with a creamy dill sauce. Yum. Plus each serving only has 275 calories and 7 grams of fat. Use the soy margarine to make this dairy-free.
I'm going on a Food Network frenzy! This recipe comes from Easy Entertaining with Michael Chiarello. It looked so refreshing when he made it! He says You can make this with any citrus. The key is using the best and freshest citrus possible. Fruit that has been in storage a long time gives a muddy taste to the drink. Obviously, prep time does not include the 4 weeks standing time!
Wow does this look sinfully delicious! I don't think I'll ever be able to have it with my dietary restrictions, but I just had to share it anyway! It's from Wegman's Menu magazine, and is originally from an old Italian woman named Peppina.
This looks like a fantastic appetizer. I found it in my mom's Lean and Luscious and Meatless cookbook and am storing it here to try soon. Each serving has only 108 calories and 1 gram of fat! If you use soy parmesan it's dairy-free.
This is a delicious-looking soup, and it's healthy, too! It's different from many squash soups because it's made with apple cider. It's from the cookbook Soup Makes the Meal. Prep and cook times are estimated!
I got this recipe from Rachael Ray. She suggests using it to top gingerbread cupcakes (made from a mix) and then garnishing it with shaved crystalized ginger, but it would taste great on all sorts of other cupcakes, muffins, and desserts! It yields enough frosting for 8-10 cupcakes. If you use soy cream cheese it's dairy-free.
This is a moist and gooey brownie that has a light and cheesecakey texture. The secret is draining silken tofu and soy yogurt for a day or two so they thicken up, which gives the filling the texture of cream cheese without the dairy or the fat! I made these brownies for my family for Valentine's Day and cut them into hearts with heart-shaped cookie cutters, and everyone gobbled them up! This recipe is from the wonderful Heather Van Vorous at the IBS message boards at www.helpforibs.com. Prep time does not include time to drain the tofu and soy yogurt.
This recipe was posted in response to a request for recipes using carob. It comes from the cookbook "The Ultimate Recipes for Fitness", and looks like like a divine dessert. It can be served over ice cream or frozen yogurt, as a dip for strawberries, or can be folded into whipped topping and served as a mousse. I'm sure you could subtitute cocoa powder for the carob if you so desire. Prep time is an estimate and does not include time to chill.