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    Lower carb / healthier recipes for my diabetic hubby.
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    from the everything diabetes cookbook comes this recipe. this recipe is 1 1/2 very lean meat & 1/2 lean meat,fyi

    Recipe #450734

    If you are watching your carbs and craving pancakes, here is a breakfast you will like. To obtain almond meal, put some almonds in your food processor and pulse them until they are the consistency of cornmeal. Be careful if you over-pulse, you will obtain almond butter :).

    Recipe #220389

    I love mushrooms and this soup is quite good

    Recipe #137345

    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

    Adapted from my friend Sam's Recipe #316166. You can, of course, use regular maple syrup, but there's a big calorie difference.

    Recipe #325143

    This simple-to-make quiche is great for a simple dinner or lunch with green salad. Recipe was adapted from Bon Appetit (January 1981).

    Recipe #56836

    This is my own creation of a recipe from a local restaurant that closed. This was my favorite along with their Robert Redford Pie. That's a recreation waiting to happen too! You may choose to used canned chicken to have even less prep or make triangles,instead of squares, for appetizers. Great with a salad to complete a light meal.

    Recipe #409042

    12 Reviews |  By Jonesy

    After being a zaar lurker for years, I finally am posting so I can find this recipe again. My husband gets up early for work and likes steel cut oats, but I don't want to be slaving over the stove or have a nasty crock pot mess. So I found this method on a blog (I don't know where exactly), and tried it last night. It worked perfectly! The oatmeal brulee came off a different blog and I haven't tried it but it sounds absolutely yummy!

    Recipe #322107

    A sweet and filling breakfast for the low carb dieter. For those following the South Beach Diet, this is Phase I friendly. This recipe is adapted from an online SBD forum.

    Recipe #111066

    Really, after you have the quiche mix down you can replace the other ingredients with whatever you like. My husband happens to like the sausage and cheese. Weight Watchers: 3 points per muffin when using low fat sausage, cheese and baking mix and fat free milk.

    Recipe #247054

    My husband came up with these for us to tote to work for breakfast. They are fast, easy and very tasty.

    Recipe #269249

    Just starting the south beach diet and I wanted something that traveled well for breakfast. This is a quick and easy recipe. Very yummy too. It comes out in a neat little package that travels well...but make sure you cover the item when reheating in the microwave.

    Recipe #114000

    2 Reviews |  By MNLisaB

    Real pancakes, no pork rinds or soy flour- made with almond flour, baking powder, eggs, etc. I experimented with a combo of recipes and came up with a winner. I added pecan pieces to the batter, you could add blueberries or anything to make your favorite pancakes.

    Recipe #198943

    20 Reviews |  By Bergy

    A nice change, leaving out the lasagna. I like to add some sliced mushrooms and hot peppers. This is another dish that you can experiment with and make it to suit your own taste. Do ahead and pop it in the oven 1 hour or so before serving. With eggplants I find it depends on the age and size whether you peel it or not. I recommend that you peel them. I also substitute unpeeled Zucchini for the eggplant.

    Recipe #12792

    8 Reviews |  By Acadia*

    Well the eggplants are coming in from the garden in a big way. The last time I looked there were 10 eggplant fruit on the plant plus another 10 purple flowers. I guess I'm going to be searching the eggplant section of Zaar for additional ideas. LOL!

    Recipe #329139

    I love mushrooms and I am a big fan of stroganoff so this sounds like a good combo to me.

    Recipe #306742

    I created this recipe at a time when i am growing a tad weary of salads and side salads and wanted a great vegetable side dish. I have always loved my Aunt Norma's stewed squash, and keeping her souther style- recipe in mind I created this yummy south beach friendly version.

    Recipe #94400

    23 Reviews |  By Mirj

    I found this recipe a few days ago on one of my foodie blogs, made it almost immediately, and I now have a new favorite. I'll be making this many times over until I'm sick of it, if that can be possible. Many years ago I used to be a vegan and went carnivore, but if I had had this around, I might have stuck with it a little longer. I alter the recipe here and there, and have posted a few changes. The original recipe states that this is for 4, but I could just graze on this all day long.

    Recipe #324570

    It couldn't be easier! Makes a nice side dish, or could serve as a main dish if you're in a vegetarian mood! Subtly sweet with just a hint of spice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #64829

    This is a lowfat, delicious quiche! I am always asked for this recipe (I serve often at brunches). Can be made ahead & baked next day, and/or frozen. Leftovers are wonderful when warmed in microwave and placed on toasted english muffin. My 2 year-old loves it too. NOTE: Do not use real crab meat; it will not come out the same.

    Recipe #33120

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