This evolved from the 'zaar recipe recipe #58503 and is a family favorite. It comes together quickly, you don't have to fry the tortillas, and it tastes great. It also has less saturated fat than most enchilada recipes.
Blood plums are delicious Japanese plums with bright red flesh. I usually can them, but I decided to try drying them, even though I couldn't find any instructions for doing so. Here is what I did, which was simple and produced dried plums with incredible flavor. I have included a photo sequence of the process.
From "The Bread Winners Cookbook" these are soooo good! I make them for Thanksgiving every year, and whenever the spirit moves me. This makes a huge batch, so when I'm not feeding a crowd, I make a half batch. My daughter would live on these rolls if she could get me to make them more often. Whole wheat has a wonderful flavor and texture and is full of nutrients.
Orange and cranberry are paired with white chocolate chips to make an irresistible cookie! This recipe is based on the 'zaar recipe entitled "Orange Spiced Oatmeal Raisin Cookies", using cranberries instead of raisins and having less fat and sugar than the original recipe.
A delicious healthy alternative to traditional cheese topping. I came up with this because I wanted a pesto type sauce for my pizza that provided more protein and less fat than traditional pesto. Also good as a sauce for pasta.
A quick and healthy start to the day. With 18 grams of protein and 8.5 grams of fiber, this breakfast will keep you going all morning. In addition to being delicious, blueberries and avocados are full of healthy nutrients.
Delicious, with healthy fat from almonds, and only 5.5 grams net carbs per cookie. If you are avoiding wheat or counting carbs, give these a try. I created them for my husband who has to reduce his carb intake in order to control his blood sugar.
A tasty natural ingredient protein bar. Most of the carbs in this recipe are low glycemic. The balanced ratio of protein, carbs, and healthy fat provides a long lasting supply of energy. The omega 3 fat in the flax meal balances the omega 6 in the oats. These bars are a good source of both soluble and insoluble fiber, calcium, and magnesium.