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YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,788)
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1/25/13 12:33 P

I make the skinnytaste garlic mashed potatoes all the time, they're great. I often sub in greek yogurt instead of the sour cream:

I make pork chops a lot. As others mentioned, any roasted veggie (asparagus, green beans, squash) is good. Here's a few other things I've had with pork chops:

Sauteed Zucchini (I worked it out to around 90 calories)

Broccoli and Orzo:

Parmesan-Roasted Broccoli (I leave out the pine nuts usually)

SPKRAUSE Posts: 543
1/25/13 11:37 A

A red cabbage dish (which may include apples, cloves, a bay leaf, and some 'tang' from vinegar).


-POOKIE- Posts: 11,891
1/25/13 11:08 A

baked apples!

JENMC14 Posts: 2,709
1/25/13 10:34 A

Roasted sweet potatoes
Roasted new potatoes
Really, any root veggie seems like it'd be good.
Or, for something sweeter, you could roast or sautee some apples with cinnamon. Corn or green bean casserole would be great, too, if you could find a decently lower calorie version, or stick to a small serving size.

KESTRYLL Posts: 4,737
1/25/13 9:48 A

I like scalloped potatoes with my pork chops

1/24/13 9:57 P

Loaded cauliflower, asparagus, mashed turnips, cinnamon apples ect.....

KRISTIN9924 Posts: 859
1/24/13 5:46 P

What would be some good, warm sides to go with baked pork chops?

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