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    Healthy and Delicious! Eat with dinner, over a salad, or straight out of the fridge for a snack! Adapted from Meryl's broiled version (15911).

    Recipe #154250

    These are delicious! I created this recipe because I wanted shells that were a little healthier than what was already posted. Use only Ricotta or (or only tofu) if preferred, doubling the quantity. This makes a LOT of shells (around 30). If you half it, just use one large egg or two small. Everything else is straightforward. Freezes well (instructions below).

    Recipe #203346

    You will love this! It's the perfect recipe for a luncheon. Also a good make-ahead recipe for the week. Since I like keeping the seeds in the tomatoes and cukes, I just make the salad without them, then dice them fresh and mix them in each time I serve it. You may want to seed them if you throw it all together at once. I got this from a friend, but I think it came from cooking light or southern living. Serve with bread/butter.

    Recipe #251092

    This is such a wonderful, satisfying and healthy dessert! As it cooks, some of the bread is soaked with pudding, while other pieces become crunchy and browned. Everyone will love it! Adapted from "1,000 Lowfat Recipes" by Terry Blonder Golson.

    Recipe #114346

    This is an easy recipe for those who enjoy the natural flavor of sweet potatoes with a savory twist. The sweet potatoes are doctored up just enough to bring out their own flavor. The amounts will vary depending on how flavorful your potatoes are. For this reason, all ingredients are "TO TASTE", whether quantities are specified or not :) Enjoy!

    Recipe #197542

    This is a welcome alternative to salmon with lemon or butter and herbs. I myself am not a huge fan of mayonnaise, but in this recipe it is perfect. The recipe is fantastic with either Shallots or Onion slices. I like to use a good mayo like Smart Balance.

    Recipe #198175

    I just threw this together one night to go with sauteed chicken. Tonight I made it again for a "Company Pork Roast" (#23939). What a perfect compliment to white meat! Delicious!!

    Recipe #223456

    Jump start your day with this super-healthy smoothie! It's filled to the brim with antioxidants, easily digested protein, and "friendly" bacteria from yogurt! Make sure to use 100% (expensive) unsweetened cranberry juice found in the health food aisle. I often make this without protein powder.

    Recipe #154354

    This dressing is easy and uses everyday items - no hunting down lemongrass and kaffir lime leaves! I did not have limes so I used lemon juice for the dressing and it turned out great. I pulled this out of one of those complimentary magazines from the health food store - "better nutrition".

    Recipe #158776

    I threw some ingredients together with a vague notion of what I was doing and it turned out great! The baked beans add a bit of sweetness, but not too much. It balances out the spiciness if you choose to make it hot with crushed peppers. TOPPING IDEAS: Great with sour cream, shredded cheese and/or finely chopped onions). I like it over brown rice. Enjoy!

    Recipe #182561

    Try making this from dried beans. It's easy and rewarding! HOW TO SOAK BEANS: Soak washed beans in a pot with enough water to cover by at least 3 inches for at least 4 hours, preferrably overnight. If you forget to soak them the night before there is a QUICK-SOAK METHOD: Place washed beans in a pot with enough water to cover by 3 inches. Once they reach a boil cook for 2 minutes then remove from heat and let stand for 2 hours. *substitute sauteed green pepper for the canned chilis if you are watching your sodium. From Terry Blonder Golson's 1,000 Lowfat Recipes.

    Recipe #158877


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