Roast or grill veggies (carrots, onion, peppers, etc) using olive oil cooking spray to avoid fat and calories and use seasonings. I cook a lot at once, weigh out 6 oz and put them in a baggies and into the freezer. They are sooo sweet when they are thawed. I do the same with meat so it's on hand.
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Cooking Spray has become my best friend. In addition to using for stove top cooking, I have now discovered that if I spray it on things like oven fries, potato wedges, chicken strips, and other food items that are meant to be fried instead of baked, the cooking spray will crisp them up and leave them moist. It is a healthier and still tasty way to serve my kids' convenience foods.
Cooking spray. If you prefer to make it yourself, you can add oil oilor any other oil to a pump sold by Pampered Chef.
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