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    5-Ingredient Fix Contest Entry. The Vegetarian Peapo-burger is a combination of black eye (pea)s and (po)tatoes, hence the name "Peapo”. I wanted to try something different than the traditional black bean burger so I thought of using black eye peas for a change. I usually use mashed cauliflower for a veggie burger base, but instead I decided to substitute mashed potatoes. What I like about this recipe is that it is simple and does not require a blender or food processor, just a spoon/fork for prepping the recipe. Vegetarian Peapo-Burger came out of my quest to discover a healthy "meat-less" burger recipe that's low sodium, low fat, no cholesterol, high in both iron and fiber, "gluten free", has great texture (won't crumble), and absolutely positively, delicious! Tip: Please remove as much water as possible from the potatoes and black eye peas in order to extract excess moisture.

    Recipe #497380

    Enjoy a healthy smoothie that sugar free, dairy free, rich in fiber, low in sodium, and high in antioxidants. It's delicious and to my surprise has a "chocolaty" like smooth taste. Really? ...yes REALLY!!! Now you may not believe it, but I think this recipe comes pretty close to indulgence without guilt! And I don’t have to be concerned about food allergies with this one. So just close your eyes and take a sip (or a spoonful) and Enjoy!

    Recipe #502390

    Mega Bea-po burger is a tasty combination of “Great” Northern “Beans “and Sweet Potatoes! I love the smooth texture of the northern beans that blend so well with other spices and flavors. Northern beans work so well as a binder and make a firm, yet juicy burger that will not fall apart. You can eat this quarter pounder a not feel the least bit guilty. The Mega Bea-po burger is high in both protein and dietary fiber, but low in fat and carbohydrates. So Hip-Hip-hooray to “healthy eats” – Enjoy!

    Recipe #502259

    This is one of my favorite smoothies and so easy to make, only three simple steps. Also, it’s a healthy treat and a good alternative to dairy. High in antioxidants and vitamins, this high fiber smoothie is thick enough to eat with a spoon! Tip: A time saving tip is to wash, bag, and freeze single serving portions of fruit in freezer bags ahead of time.

    Recipe #501669

    This is my “go-to” dish on a hot summer day when I am hungry and don’t feel like cooking. What is better than a delicious, juicy, fruit salad? The “Thirst Quenching Kiwi Fruit Salad" is a naturally, sweet treat. It’s made with Kiwifruit, Gala apples (preferred), Bartlett pears (preferred), soft-pitted prunes, a splash of agave nectar, and a touch of real lemon juice. In addition, it’s packed with a good source of fiber and vitamin C. It really hits the spot!

    Recipe #501660

    This is a semi homemade omelet that is simply and easy to make. It's a quick and easy recipe and that's why I call it the "Patty-Cake Omelette". Reminds of the lyrics to the Patty-Cake song, "...make me a cake as fast as you can!" By using non-dairy cheeses and a California blend (broccoli, cauliflower, sliced carrots medley) of "steam-fresh" frozen veggies, this omelet is not only lactose free and rich in vitamins, but taste great too! Feel free to make substitutions with the veggies and the cheeses.

    Recipe #501384

    The name “Spring Chicken Omelet” comes from two major ingredients in the omelet: chicken and salad spring mix (baby spinach, greens, arugula, endive, radicchio, and Swiss chard) filling. It is a healthy alternative to a regular three-egg omelet, which is full of flavor, but loaded with butter, fatty meats, cheeses, and high in fats, cholesterol, and calories. The Spring Chicken Omelet is not only delicious, but high in protein and lower in fat calories. Hippocrates, the father of Western medicine once said, “Our food should be our medicine and our medicine should be our food.” This recipe is important to me because it supports my efforts to make healthier food choices so I can once again feel like a “Spring Chicken”!

    Recipe #501034

    One of my childhood friends reminded me of the "hamburger sandwiches" my mother use to make me for lunch. One burger was enough to feed three people! Since that time, I have become more health conscience. I still enjoy eating comfort foods, but now I opt to prepare meals with their nutritional value in mind. The "Sweet Pea-po" Mega Burger is a wonderful combination of sweet potatoes and black eye peas in a veggie burger. Sweet Potatoes not only taste good, but are a good source of complex carbohydrates, dietary fiber, beta-carotene, Vitamins C, and potassium. And black eye peas are a good source of protein, fiber,and iron. So go ahead, and enjoy that 'mega-burger'!

    Recipe #501032


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