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    A lightened crust-less version that doesn't taste light at all. Inspired by the Blender Quiche and Quiche Lorraine recipes here at I omit any extra salt since the cheese and bacon have plenty but it can be added to taste if you prefer. I was amazed at how well the bisquick worked out in place of a crust.

    Recipe #513437

    A favorite of our son, Mr. Picky Eater himself!! I'm on a low sodium diet so I substitute the baking soda with no sodium baking soda (I use Ener-G) but be sure to double the amount.

    Recipe #465320

    Inspired by Cooking Light, very hearty yet healthy! Comfort food at it's best and wonderful to come home to on a cold winter's night! We love the strong flavors of the red pepper, garlic and oregano but it can easily be adapted to your own tastes. Suitable for phase 2 of the South Beach Diet. Enjoy!

    Recipe #288293

    Another of our South Beach favorites, healthy and oh so delicioso! Inspired by a recipe we saw on the South Beach Diet website. Fresh whole wheat tortellini can be found in many higher end grocery stores but you can easily substitute with 8 oz whole wheat penne rigate which is readily available in most grocery stores these days. Other ingredients are easily adapted to your individual tastes as well. Manja!

    Recipe #288267

    Our own twist on the Beach. Spicy, savory, tasty and oh so low in fat and carbs! What's not to love? Try substituting your favorite veggies, cheeses, or chicken...experiment and enjoy.

    Recipe #281374

    A golden & delicious white chili with a tangy tomatillo kick. This is a hearty stew type soup, full of vegetables and beans. It's extremely healthy: low fat, low cholesterol and low carb but full of taste! Excellent for phase 1 of the South Beach Diet! Easy to prepare using whatever green, white or yellow ingredients you have on hand (it's especially good using chopped jicama if you have it). If using a crockpot cook for 4 hours on high or 6 hours on low. Excellent served sprinkled with low fat cheddar or mexican cheese blend.

    Recipe #280313

    Lemony... Creamy... Garlicky...Yummy!

    Recipe #251850

    Another one of our lighter fare favorites. We started with a recipe from Cooking Light and tweaked it to suit our tastes. It's extremely easy to make and much healthier than the average tiramisu. We served this at Christmas dinner for a very fussy crowd and it was a big hit! Preparation time does not include chilling time. Please note that the fat content posted for this recipe is for the entire tiramisu. The actual fat serving is actually about 2 grams per serving. WOW! To make it diabetic friendly just substitute sugar-free pudding. You could also make your own "Kahlua" by using Splenda. Enjoy!

    Recipe #206946

    Lightly sweet and heart healthy. Uses oat bran and flax seeds which are high in omega-3 fatty acids. This recipe is an adaptation of one we found on the University of Virginia Cancer Center website. This version adds heart healthy oat bran plus a few other yummy things like vanilla and orange peel. Diabetics could substitute the brown sugar for splenda & brown sugar mix.

    Recipe #205474

    We found a good black bean soup recipe here and adapted it to our tastes. You can also use this recipe to make other types of bean soup as well. We hope you'll enjoy it as much as we do. Cooking time doesn't include soaking the beans.

    Recipe #202937

    This recipe was inspired by one found in a Cooking Light Holiday Cookbook and adapted for my families tastes. The streusel topping is a lovely change from your average pumpkin pie! If you prefer your pie with a crust just use a 9" prepared pie shell and bake it for 50-60 minutes. If you don't have ramekins or custard dishes you can also prepare this recipe in a regular pie plate.

    Recipe #197602

    Delicious & healthy. Easily adapted to a variety of tastes. Use lean ground turkey with lots of garlic & seasonings to make the mini meatballs lower in fat or try it with low fat, hot italian sausage that's already seasoned! As the soup simmers the flavors are released throughout the soup. Try using a melon baller to measure the size of the meatballs. Use the smaller end to make mini meatballs or the larger end to make medium sized ones. The meatballs are also great in tomato sauce for spaghetti!

    Recipe #188629

    This recipe was inspired by Progresso's Southwest Chicken Soup which my husband loves. We wanted a version that was easy to make, economical and still heart healthy. You can easily adapt this recipe to your own tastes, if you're not on a low sodium, low fat diet (like we are) try it with chicken thighs for added flavor! The healthy version uses no salt beans, tomatoes, & chicken broth, chicken breasts and low sodium salt. You can also easily make this recipe in a crockpot. To make it "South Beach Diet" friendly just omit the corn and rice for phase 1. Manja guilt free!

    Recipe #186385

    This recipe is inspired by some of the hummus recipes found right here at Recipezaar. We loved the recipe #90910 by kburie and adapted it to suit our own tastes. Thanks also goes to Becka for her recipe #73859. If you like roasted red peppers then this one's for you! Note: We like to put the hummus into 3 separate covered dishes so we can quickly & easily serve it as an appetizer along with raw veggies, pita wedges or crackers. This keeps it fresh and readily available for when we have guests over or a sudden hummus craving!

    Recipe #182429

    North Indian main course rice dish (Mughlai Style). Serve it with plain yoghurt or yoghurt and chopped cucumber (raita). Many of the ingredients are inexpensive and can be found in an Indian grocery store.

    Recipe #179327

    This is one of our favorite biscotti recipes-it is simply superb with a cup of hot, spiced Chai tea! It's also excellent if 3/4 cup dried cherries or cranberries are added!

    Recipe #150807

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