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    The perfect summer lunch served over a bed of baby spinach! It makes a TON so is perfect for a party, or for prepping a week's worth of lunches at one time. Add more quinoa if you'd like - 1 cup for this whole recipe isn't much.

    Recipe #516019

    These little candies have become a staple in my annual Christmas baking, though they are so simple, all you need is a microwave! They literally melt i your mouth and will be adored by any chocolate+PB lover! You can easily change the quantities as the white candy, chocolate candy, and peanut butter are used in equal amounts. I use Wilton brand candy melts but you could probably use chocolate chips or almond bark as well.

    Recipe #511683

    Tasty little cookies with no added fat or sugar - these are so guilt-free, they can be eaten for breakfast. Adapted from theskinnyfork.com's Healthy Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies.

    Recipe #499315

    I love hummus - but I hate paying for it at the store because I know how cheap the actual ingredients are, so I started to make it myself! I never have tahini on hand, so I do without. Makes the perfect snack at work along with some carrots, sugar snap peas, and cucumbers! I never measure the spices, so below are approximations. **You can also use dried/cooked chickpeas instead of canned.

    Recipe #498995

    I first tasted this dip at a PSU tailgate, and it was absolutely delicious. However... Sausage, cheese, sour cream, and cream cheese don't make for the healthiest of dips! So I found a recipe that sounded good and lightened it up for New Years Eve

    Recipe #471356

    A couple of weeks ago at work, we had this AMAZING pesto crusted salmon left over from a meeting. I have wanted to recreate the recipe ever since, and decided to give it a try with tilapia. I'm sure you could use this topping on any fish and it would be fantastic -- I'm dying to try it with a nice big piece of salmon. It is such an easy recipe and I'm sure it would be even better with homemade pesto.

    Recipe #466722

    A different way to serve zucchini that is healthy and absolutely delicious. Modify the filling however you'd like. Best served with whole wheat spaghetti and a side salad.

    Recipe #466157

    These parfaits are almost as delicious as pumpkin pie, and wayyyy easier on the waistline. I think this may have a spot on our Thanksgiving table this year!

    Recipe #466156

    This is a compilation of several different recipes I found online for Mexican Casserole. I made two 9x9 in. pans with this recipe and put them in the freezer, but you could just as easily make it in one 9x13. Enjoy!

    Recipe #465295

    This is a light soup that can be served hot or cold and is perfect for zucchini lovers. I have seen other versions that call for heavy cream and more butter, but honestly, this soup doesn't need it.

    Recipe #464994

    It all started this past Easter, where at a wonderful little restaurant called Jane's (in Chicago), I had my first taste of the amazingness that is Banana Bread French Toast. Ever since, I have been wanting to make my own! So when my fiance and I made a batch of Vino Girl's Banana-Oatmeal Bread (#100513 ) originally from Cooking Light, it was the perfect opportunity. If you ever have any kind of banana bread sitting around -- you have to try this!

    Recipe #462516

    These burgers are a great alternative to beef, are super easy to throw together, and freeze extremely well! I make 2 batches at a time and freeze them for quick lunches/dinners. Convenient tip: Arnold Sandwich Thins also come 8 in a pack and can be frozen, so you'll have just enough for your burgers!

    Recipe #462515

    One of my favorite recipes is my aunt's Chicken Stuffed Shells. Unfortunately, it isn't what you could consider a healthy recipe -- pasta shells stuffed with a mixture of chicken, stove top stuffing, and mayonnaise, all drenched in a sauce made up of mostly butter and heavy cream. In my quest to make a healthier version, I used stove-top stuffing with no added butter, added broccoli to the filling, used reduced fat miracle whip, and opted for whole wheat lasagna noodles rather than regular jumbo shells. This recipe was a lot of work but turned out to be a delicious slimmed down version of my mom's stuffed shells. You could also make this ahead of time and freeze!

    Recipe #462493

    This recipe takes a little bit of work -- but the result is well worth it! How can you go wrong with creamy goat cheese, spinach, and bacon, all stuffed inside of chicken?

    Recipe #461736

    These turkey burgers are a delicious alternative to red meat and are perfect to throw on the grill for a healthy summer meal.

    Recipe #460808

    After sampling one of these little gems at Starbucks, I just had to make some of my own! They are so delicious, can be customized with numerous different flavor combinations, and can be decorated for any occasion. They're a bit of work, but so worth it.

    Recipe #460680

    These turkey burgers are fast, easy, and healthy! They are great on the grill and also freeze well. As a college student who is always looking for healthy, fast meals, it doesn't get any better than this. The night before, I take one burger out of the freezer and let it thaw in the fridge overnight/while I have class the next day. Once I get home, I just throw it on my forman grill and dinner's ready in about 5 minutes! I serve on Arnold Sandwich Thins with sauteed onions.

    Recipe #406892

    This will forever be a soup that makes me think of my grandma. Rivels are kind of simple little dumplings dropped into any flavor of broth. When I asked my grandma how to make it, she said, "take some eggs and some flour, a little salt, and rivel 'em up!" We often ate this soup with bbq grilled chicken during the summer. (When I was younger we always had chicken rivels, but recently I made a stock with the ham bone from christmas, added some ham soup base, and diced up some leftover ham to add in. This also produced great results!)

    Recipe #406784

    This is one of my all time favorite soups! It's thick and hearty similar to a chili, but has the same flavor as traditional stuffed peppers! Using extra-lean ground beef, 98% fat free beef broth, and brown rice make this recipe surprisingly healthy. It's very easy to make and also freezes well. Serve up with some crusty bread and you have a one pot dinner.

    Recipe #406755


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