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11/20/09 7:48 A

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Tabspark, I use an equal substitution of applesauce for the butter or oil in baking. It comes out great!

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10/20/09 10:43 P

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I just made the spicy baked sweet potato "fries" from sparkrecipes tonight & I LOVED THEM! So good & very healthy alternative to regular fries.

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Hey TABSPARK,
I don't have an actual recipe, but in general I cut my oil and butter by at least 1/3 without seeing the affects of it. You could also use "lighter" versions of each. Or healthier (like virgin olive oil instead of canola...you know).

If I find a recipe I'll surely let you know, but I don't eat pumpkins...sooo I probably won't look! :)

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10/19/09 1:42 P

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Been looking for a healthy pumpkin recipe-cookies or bars, not pies. Most call for lots of oil or shortening. Can anyone help?

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10/9/09 11:55 A

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A few of my favorites (all are great for 1 person!)

Pita pizzas, using a whole wheat pita, baby spinach, tomato sauce, peppers, onion, mushroom, and a little feta or goat cheese as well as some basil. Great for nights when you feel too lazy to really cook!

Roasted red pepper and sweet potato soup - extremely filling: http://www.canadianliving.com/food/roasted
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I reduce the broth to 2-3 cups (and use vegetarian broth - homemade is better) and do not strain it - I like my soup chunky, and you retain more fiber that way.

Taco salad - cook a cup or so of veggie crumbles in a spoonful of sofrito (a tomato-based sauce), add to a big bowl of romaine lettuce, one chopped tomato, some onions if you like, a couple spoonfuls of salsa, half an avocado (diced), a little shredded cheese, and top with one broken-up whole-grain taco shell or a couple of crushed baked tortilla chips. Takes under 5 minutes from start to finish.

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8/30/09 8:47 A

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Any smoothies.

My new FAVOURITE is:
1/2 cup pomegranate juice (soooo good for you), 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt, ground flaxseed, and then whatever fruit you like - my fave combo: 1/2 banana, 1/2 peach, handful of blueberries or strawberries.

Freeze some fruit and you'll have smoothies all week :D

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7/30/09 8:03 A

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Mexican-style veggie pizza

Rustic Crust Cheesy Herb pizza crust
1/2 can refried black beans (look for vegetarian or fat free otherwise it'll probably have lard in it) mixed with 1/2 cup salsa - this is the pizza sauce.

Top pizza with diced/slice avocado, 1/4-1/2 cup chopped onion, 1 diced tomato, 1/2 green pepper, and 1 sm can sliced black olives. Shredded cheese optional.

I used all of that, plus reduced fat cheese and it came out to approximately 320 calories per slice. (Info in my food tracker for yesterday's dinner)

If you used a different crust, and left off the cheese (and maybe the avocado) you could probably get once slice to be well under 300 calories.

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7/20/09 4:20 P

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yummy breakfasts

parfait:

Dannon Light and Fit Vanilla Yogurt: Cut up banana or use blueberries, sprinkle Smart Start cereal over it. it's delicious!

Heat up Grape Nuts in skim milk in microwave. stir in sweetner or brown sugar and top with blueberries or any fruit

YUMMY WRAPS:
spinach tortilla with lettuce, turkey, tomatoes, feta cheese and hummus

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Thanks for the info!!

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It's roughly 300 calories per wrap. It's going to depend on what size tortilla wrap you use (I use a big one!) and also if its regular or fat free dressing. I sometimes add more veggies to make it more filling w/ minimal calorie increase.

Very filling. We eat it frequently.

Also, you can count the calories by adding it the recipe calculator to do an exact count for your dish.


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Do you have the calories for this basically amazing meal?? Sounds great!

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2 Cups peppers (green/yellow/red)
1 1/2 Cup chicken
1/2 cup italian dressing
3 tbsp parmesean cheese
Wheat tortillas.

Grill up the peppers. Drain. Add chicken and dressing and cheese. Serve in tortillas.

Basically: Amazing!

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4/13/09 1:32 P

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I make chicken quesasillas, but mine include, spinich, mushrooms, black olives, tomatoes, some times artichokes, what ever veggies I have in my fridge that sound good at that time. I then add a thin layer of sour cream, which is my splurge. Very filling!

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I've really started to like baked chicken. What I like to do is cover a few raw chicken breasts with salsa and canned pineapple or peaches, or even just mustard; then cover the pan with tin foil and bake for 25-30 minutes! easy, healthy and soo tasty!

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2/11/09 3:35 P

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Hey all, I submitted a recipe to Spark. A new twist on a childhood favorite my mom always made, a healthy twist.

recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detai
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Hope someone likes it :o)

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really good omlette!

Saute spinach and onions in skillet with a few sprays of olive oil cooking spray.

spray once more- add 3 egg whites- bring down heat

Let sit 1 min, put feta (or goat) sheese on half and then flip one side over

serve with v8 juice, coffee, and fresh orange slices. YUM YUM!

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Originally Quick Skillet Chicken and Macaroni Parmesan from Campbell's Kitchen, but I substituted chicken for 1 1/4 pounds ground turkey. Great for a complete, delicious dinner.
30 Minutes to Prepare and Cook

Ingredients

1 jar (1 pound 10 ounces) Ragu Traditional Pasta Sauce
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1 1/4 pound extra lean ground turkey (browned)
1 1/2 cups uncooked elbow macaroni, cooked and drained
1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese

Directions

Pour sauce, 3 tablespoons Parmesan cheese, turkey (browned), and macaroni into skillet. Heat to a boil. Reduce heat to medium. Cover and cook for 10 minuts or until mixture is hot and bubling, stirring occasionally.
Sprinkle with mozzarella cheese and remaining Parmesan cheese. Let stand 5 minutes or until cheese melts.
Serves 6.


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1/25/09 6:16 P

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My favourite has got to be my Feel-Good Alfredo sauce!

I talked about it on my blog ( livelaughandgrow.blogspot.com/2008/1
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Take a saucepan, and on medium-high and simmer together 3/4 cup of broth (chicken or veg) and 1/2 cup of water. Once it's simmering, whisk in 4 teaspoons of flour, one at a time. When it's combined, melt in 1/3 cup cream cheese (reduced or nonfat works fine). Finally, stir in 2 Tablespoons of grated parmesan, 1/4 teaspoon of nutmeg, 1/8 teaspoon of pepper, and a little bit of salt substitute to taste.

Just combine with the pasta of your choice, and you have dinner in under 10 minutes!

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1/19/09 9:33 P

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I've started making a cucumber salad to keep in the fridge as a salad topping:

Ingredients:
2 cucumbers
1/2 cup e.v. olive oil*
1/4 cup vinegar
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp garlic powder
other spices to taste

*It may seem like a lot of oil, but it functions as a salad dressing- so if you're not using this to top your salad, I would suggest using less oil.

Just mix everything together in a bowl and you're set! The cucumbers are ready to crunch away on, but are better if you give them time (about a day) to soak up the vinegar.



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1/18/09 6:59 P

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will surely try that

 
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1/13/09 1:36 P

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i make a chili 'hippie stew' as my hubby calls it. :)
i use a marinara sauce and tofu and i cut up bell peppers and zucchini and diced tomatoes. i toss in any beans i happen to have...the last time i used northern, black, pinto beans and lentils. add some spices and you're on your way. it's easy and yummy!!



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I haven't tried making any of these recipes but there are over 100 recipes on SparkRecipes for Vegetarian Chili. Here is a link (if it doesn't work go to the SparkRecipes.com, do an advanced search search for chili, then narrow down the search to just vegetarian items).

recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipes.asp?
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1/12/09 11:15 A

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anybody has a recipe for vegetarian chilli

 
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Oh yea also check out the Food Network website. I think you can search by serving size there.

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1/5/09 4:47 P

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Awesome! Thank you very much!

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PGL1298 - I found this cookbook on Sparkpeople recipes. They are all 1 or 2 serving recipes.

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Hi!
Is there a website to get more meals for one? I am also all alone in this...well in general, lol, so finding recipes for just one is real hard. I would appreciate any help.
Thanks!

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Tasty Oat Bran Muffins

DRY PART:

1 1/2 Cups Oat Bran
1 1/2 Cups Oatmeal
1 Cup Whole Wheat Flour
1/4 Cup Sugar
1/3 Cup Wheat Germ
1 Teaspoon Salt
2 Teaspoons Baking Soda
2 Teaspoons Cinnamon
Walnuts

MIX TOGETHER

WET PART:

20 Ounces Crushed Pineapple
5 Mashed (very ripe) Bananas
1/4 Cup Honey
1 Tablespoon Vanilla
2 Eggs -or- 4 Egg Whites
1/2 Cup Olive Oil

Mix Together.

Mix both wet & dry mixtures together, put into muffin tins sprayed with PAM or in cupcake wraps. Makes 24. Bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes.


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mexican chicken lasagna

You need:
1lb boneless skinless chicken
1 jar salsa (pick your fav)
1 can black beans, rinsed
1 pkg of low carb, whole wheat tortillas
chili powder to taste
16 oz. shredded cheese of choice

So, boil the chicken until it's cooked through. Then if you have a mixer with a paddle attachement throw the chicken in whole and mix on low until it's evenly shredded (ps this is a GREAT way to make chicken salad too)
put in the salsa, beans and chili powder.
Mix until it is all blended.

Spray some pam in a lasagna pan and put down a layer of tortillas (I usually cut them in half), then a layer of chicken, then cheese, repeat. I usually get 2 layers into a 13x9x 2 inch pan.
Bake at 350 for 40 minutes until cheese is melted.

Enjoy!

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11/8/08 11:51 A

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Pita Pizzas! Just dress the pita like you would a pizza. I prefer it to real pizza cause its crispy and you taste the dressings.

I also love spreading hummus on a pita, sprinkling it with a little parmesan cheese and then putting it in the oven until it gets golden brown. Such a good snack or a great addition to a salad. TRY IT!

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cup of oatmeal, flax seed, and yogurt mixed together, frugal and healthy eating at its best.

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wholeweat toast,with lots of veges,low cal sardine the one with olive oil,with hot green tea .yummy.

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10/16/08 12:06 A

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This recipe is so easy and doesn't require ANY cleanup!

You'll neeed:

Rice
Boneless skinless chicken breast
Salsa
Taco seasoning
Lowfat cheddar cheese

Start with a big piece of aluminum foil (about 13 inches long). Fold up the sides to make a rim of about 1 inch around. Spray the foil with nonstick spray. Next, mix equil parts of rice and water. Season with taco seasoning to your liking. Pour rice mixture in the bottom center of the foil. Place the chicken (I cut mine into slices) on top of the rice. Cover the chicken with salsa and cheese. Fold the sides of the foil up and seal while leaving room for circulation. Cook at 400 for 30 minutes. Let sit for 5 minutes after removing from the oven. Everything is perfectly cooked! Top with lowfat sour cream if desired.

I made a variation of this dish a few days ago. I mixed the rice and water without any seasoning. I mixed a sauce of equil parts teriaki sauce and apricot preserves with a teaspoon of ground ginger. I mixed the chicken with the sauce before placing on top of the rice. Then I put frozen broccoli around the chicken before sealing the packet. It turned out delicious!

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I've been making smoothies. I throw in 1.5 cups of frozen fruit, whatever you like, 1 fresh fruit like sliced peaches, and a big handful of baby spinach. Then add some orange juice (for me it's no pulp, not from concentrate, plus calcium) and mix it all in a blender.... I swear you can't taste the spinach. You don't even know it's there, but you still get the benefits of the serving of veggies!

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8/7/08 12:17 P

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Here's a delicious way to serve carrots (and super easy)! You can do this with whole carrots, nubbed carrots, or shredded. My favorite variety are the Sweet Nantes.

Heat skillet with a smidge of olive oil or vegetable oil (I like to do half a smidge of each). Add carrots. Add crushed or grated ginger (I like a lot). Add white balsamic vinegar (or reg balsamic works too). Sometimes I add a splash of white wine towards the end if the vinegar has reduced too much. Cook until you get the carrots you want. I prefer them al dente; I think mushy carrots are too... mushy. Enjoy! Very low cal.

If you like a little bite to them, Red Pepper Flakes added at the beginning totally work. Keep everything else the same.

ps. You could probably get away with not using very much oil at all, but olive oil has the good monounsaturated fats, so you shouldn't be too worried.

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I recently found a cool "healthification" feature on EatBetterAmerica.com, which allows you to submit your facorite recipes, and they will tell you how to make it more healthy.

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Probably one of my favorite quick meals-for-one! I just grabbed a 100-calorie light 100% whole wheat english muffin (Thomas'), tomato sauce (Goya), part-skim shredded mozzarella (Kraft), and turkey pepperoni (Hormel). Toss it in the toaster oven for about 5 minutes or until cheese and pepperoni are slightly golden.

Less than 300 calories! I paired it today with 16 oz. of Crystal Light and some mini rice cakes. Also, some light blue cheese dressing (Wishbone) for dunking! Yummy, and only 315 Calories. (Picture: flickr.com/photos/mybohemianlife/253
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I'm all about variety, so I only cook enough for me (since I'm all alone in doing this!) and change my menu daily so I don't get bored. If you want some yummy meal-for-one ideas, I can throw some at you!

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I love steel cut oatmeal for breakfast. Yum!


Check out my easy slow cooker recipe for steel cut oatmeal:

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i place a bunch of spinach in a casserole dish, put a cod fillet on top and pour canned tomatoes over top, with a tbsp of parm cheese and fresh pepper, cook until fish is done
its delicious!

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If it's chips and salsa you crave, I have a great alternative!

Black bean chips! They're from the "garden of eatin'". lots of good stuff in them for you. The salsa recipe is as follows:

2 cans petite diced tomatoes in sauce (don't drain), 1 bunch scallions chopped up small, 2 fairly ripe avocado chopped up small, 1/2 bunch of cilantro (chopped up or put through the food processor), juice from 1 lime, and jalapenos to taste. Put everything into a bowl and stir. Easy enough!

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If it's chips and salsa you crave, I have a great alternative!

Black bean chips! They're from the "garden of eatin'". lots of good stuff in them for you. The salsa recipe is as follows:

2 cans petite diced tomatoes in sauce (don't drain), 1 bunch scallions chopped up small, 2 fairly ripe avocado chopped up small, 1/2 bunch of cilantro (chopped up or put through the food processor), juice from 1 lime, and jalapenos to taste. Put everything into a bowl and stir. Easy enough!

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I made a nice comfort food dinner last night: bacon cheeseburgers and soup. I make Gardenburgers Grillers and turkey bacon, put on a little shredded cheese and onion. For the soup, I start with a cream of whatever canned soup, 98% fat free. Last night I used cream of chicken and cream of broccoli. Then I throw in whatever veggies I have; carrots, broccoli, potatoes. Nice and easy.

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I'm not big on salmon or any seafood at that matter, but I make myself eat in about once a week to get my omega-3s in. But this salmon recipe doesn't taste fishy and is really great!
http://find.myrecipes.com/recipes/recipe
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I'm a big fan of these applesauce oatmeal muffins for only 92 calories!

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