If you ask me, there's nothing better than chocolate for breakfast! This scrumptious recipe comes from Hersheys, although as usual I added my own notes about how to make it low-fat and dairy-free. I would definitely recommend including the optional cinnamon.
This came to my inbox from McCormick and I just had to share it! They recommend using the barbecue sauce on grilled pork tenderloin. I think it would be fabulous on any grilled meat or seafood, so I modified the recipe to make it more flexible. I plan on trying it with either chicken breasts or salmon.
I found these online and am storing them here to try very soon. They look like they'd be fabulous with fresh blueberries! Plus each muffins contains only 137 calories and 2.9 grams of fat. I did change a couple of things to fit my dietary needs. If you use the soy milk these are dairy-free.
This recipe is from Coastal New England Summer Cooking by Sherri Eldridge. Salmon poached with white wine then combined with a creamy dill sauce. Yum. Plus each serving only has 275 calories and 7 grams of fat. Use the soy margarine to make this dairy-free.
If you've ever been to Cape Cod, you've almost certainly either seen or eaten at one of the many Box Lunch franchises in the area. This is my recreation of one of their famous "Rollwiches", scaled down to fit my smaller appetite. Feel free to make this in a larger tortilla and increase the other ingredients if you desire. If you add some slices of swiss cheese, this becomes a Priscilla Alden!
This is a summer salad with a Mediterranean flare! I created it for RSC #7. You can add a chopped bell pepper and increase the amount of mint if you desire, or throw in some other fresh herbs of your choice. See the notes in parentheses to make this dairy-free.
This is a unique side dish that's perfect for a warm summer evening. I created this for RSC #7. Add as much or as little curry as you please. You can use a red bell pepper instead of green, but the green makes for a more colorful salad. One reviewer also enjoyed this salad after adding a can of tuna. See the note in parentheses to make this dairy-free.
I'm posting this for my mother. We recently returned from a trip to Cape Cod, where we were both very disappointed about not being able to eat the cream-filled clam chowder as a result of our IBS. This recipe is from my favorite cookbook, Eating for IBS by Heather van Vorous, and is completely dairy-free and delicious!
This fantastic rice pudding requires no baking, and each serving contains only 22% fat. I simply cannot put into words how deliciously creamy this pudding is. Don't let the tofu scare you off. If you like maple, you have to give this a try. I would recommend including the dried cranberries. They add even more depth and sweetness. I got this recipe from my friend Bevrs on the IBS boards at www.helpforibs.com.
My local grocery store was out of the fat-free zesty Italian dressing I usually use on my grilled veggies, so on a whim I grabbed some red wine vinaigrette and went to town. The result was this easy, fat-free recipe with a very subtle but delicious flavor. My mother and I made this for a Fourth of July barbecue and it was a big hit. You don't need to use exactly 1/2 cup dressing, just however much seems right to cover all your veggies. As usual, the serving size is an estimate.
I found this in a publication from my health insurance company of all places. It looks scrumptious! I'm storing it here so I don't lose it. It's cited as being from The New American Heart Association Cookbook, 25th Anniversary Edition. The cooking time includes the time to marinate.
I can't believe this drink isn't posted here! I grew up seeing my great aunt order this drink all the time, and I was always thrilled when she'd give me a little sip. Now I make my own non-dairy version using vanilla rice milk. I usually double the recipe! I plan on trying it soon using soy creamer to make it thicker.
I know there are a ton of chicken salad recipes out there, but this one is unique in that it includes chopped peaches and fresh mint! It's great in a wrap or simply served on a bed of lettuce. I got this from Betty Crocker, and the cook time equals the time it takes to chill.
This is a slightly tweaked Rachael Ray recipe. I'm planning on trying it with raspberry balsamic vinegar. I also plan on spraying the plums with non-stick spray and grilling them on a regular gas grill, since I don't have a grill pan.
This is the perfect treat for a warm summer evening! Use fresh peaches if at all possible; they give this a fantastic flavor. I found this recipe on the Silk website. I would highly recommend using the Silk brand of soy milk, because it's creamy and has a great flavor. Also, try to find some soy lecithin if you can. It makes the ice cream much creamier. I use that and omit the soy oil. The cooking time for this is the freezing time, and will vary according to your ice cream maker.