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AUDREYUK Posts: 607
1/15/13 3:33 P

To die for sweet potato "fries:

1 large sweet potato cut into fry shaped strips (leave the skin on!)
place the sweet potato pieces in a bowl and drizzle 1/2T of olive oil
fluff up the potatoes so that they are evenly coated by the oil
add a hearty shake of ground coriander (most essential part!)
and some cayenne for heat (use as much as you like.) Toss until the
pieces are evenly coated with spices and then place on a baking tray.
Bake at 425 for 30 minutes, turning the fries once 1/2 way through.

The above recipe is for one portion.

Enjoy! They seem so naughty but the calorie count is low and the vitamins are high!

Edited by: AUDREYUK at: 1/15/2013 (15:34)
PATTISWIMMER Posts: 4,763
1/15/13 3:08 P

salad... romaine lettuce, cauliflower, red peppers, red onion... tuna... hellmans 350

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1/15/13 2:38 P

I have a lot of recipes I like, which you can find by clicking the Pinterest link in my signature. But I think my #1 trick was to mix 2% greek yogurt (the fat free kind didn't work as well) in with sauces and mashed potatoes as a replacement for heavy cream, half & half, or sour cream.

125ISMYGOAL SparkPoints: (917)
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1/15/13 1:48 P

I love a good cheesy pasta bake! Here's my recipe I dietified, I use natural yoghurt as a part substitute for cheese - it works amazingly, you'd be suprised!

You can have a 1/4 of this recipe for less than 200kcals, or a big portion of 1/2 recipe for under 400kcals!

Have a look;

recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
recipe=2351069&ff=1


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Edited by: 125ISMYGOAL at: 1/15/2013 (13:50)
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