These soft and chewy breadsticks are filled with cheese and pepperoni in every bite. They are great for lunch, snacks, appetizers, and grab-n-go dinners. They are fun to make with kids and the kids have even more fun eating them! My kids love these! Serve with a salad for a complete meal. You can cheat and use refrigerated pizza dough from the stores, but I like to make my own.
These are amazing brownies. Main ingredients are black beans, bananas, cocoa, applesauce, oats and stevia. They are delicious and healthy too.
I adapted this from the following website:
I wanted something bread-y for lunch, something my 15 month old son could (and would) eat, and I have quite a lot of fresh basil in my garden. I used vegetable oil, but I think I might try olive oil next time. Try adding ham or cheese. For those trying to use less fat, substitute no-sugar-added apple sauce for the oil and decrease the sugar by half.
"This pasta salad is a refreshing change from typical pasta salads in that the avocado replaces the usual loads of olive oil and cheese. This dish is creamy and satisfying and still healthy. It's also versatile. This dish is equally delicious whether served hot, room temperature or chilled."
This delicious breakfast muffin is easy and convenient for weekday mornings. Combine cubed whole wheat bread with evaporated milk, eggs, wild blueberries, cinnamon and vanilla. Sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and bake.
Beyaz peynir, meaning "white cheese" is a salty cheese that takes its name from its white colour. It is very similar to feta so that's a good substitute. If you can get beyaz peynir, use that instead! Enjoy!
This is a recipe the Canadian Living Test Kitchen
Serve with: Egg noodles or new potatoes and a green leafy vegetable This sauce is inspired by Swedish cuisine, but the flavours are typical of those found in much of the Scandinavian and Baltic world. Poaching keeps the chicken breasts moist and tender.
I'm always looking for a low point snack that helps me to get my veggies in and this one is it! If you like mushrooms, you must try this! It takes like 2 seconds to throw together and 10-12 minutes to bake. Delish!
This is so full of flavor, easy and quick. Using canned, frozen, dried spices, and leftover foods. Great for pot luck. My aim with this dish besides being tasty and easy was to keep it low in fat and sodium. You can add salt to taste I leave it out with the canned foods having enough sodium for my family. If you're not worried about fat add a layer of shredded jack cheese last 5 minutes just to melt. Any leftover meat can be used.