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I do lots of fresh veggies for sides generally without ranch or other dip, if I do a nice salad I do mixed greens and toss the dressing on it because I think I use less that way. I will tend to have steamed asparagus or fresh green beans as well. If I'm looking for something a little different I'll do a baked sweet potato- if it's sweet enough I don't top it at all, if it needs a little something I give it a dot of butter. Roasted asparagus is good too. Cauliflower, broccoli, brussel sprouts.... I guess those are my go to sides that are pretty healthy.
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Anyone have some healthy options when it comes to holiday meals? Any favorites??

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My diet is pretty much gluten free by choice- if you hit the internet, you can find a lot of really good recipes!

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I'm going to try a few gluten free recipes, to see if that helps a family member who has IBS. To me, it seems that the symptoms of both are similar.

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Made a great soup this weekend. Onion, garlic and sausage browed in a pan, add chicken broth and a package of frozen spinach, after 1/2 hour add heavy cream and then serve with a sprinkle of parmesan. Soooo good! Even the first little bowl in which I didn't realize I didn't have the cream in it. emoticon

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Stuffing a chicken breast tonight for dinner- thinking some of my jalapenos from the garden would be good in it.
Hope everyone is enjoying their summer!

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That sounds good! I'm going to have to give that one a try!

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This is an all-in-one meal (protein, carb, veggies).

Large bell pepper (any color) cut in half length-wise. Mix in bowl: 3 ounces lean ground beef,1/2 cup finely chopped onion, 1/4 tsp. garlic powder, one Tbsp. Italian breadcrumbs, 1/8 tsp. black pepper, one cup cooked brown rice, 2 Tbsp. salt free tomato sauce. Fill bell pepper halves equally, top with rest of 8 oz. can of tomato sauce, and bake for 60 minutes in 350 degree oven. Makes 2 servings. Can serve with a salad.

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I'll have to try the fish in coconut oil- I haven't tried it that way.

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I like simple baked fish (tiliapia or salmon) with garlic and butter/coconut oil (I stopped using margarine ages ago). I usually eat it on top of a bed of sauteed spinach.

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Not sure if this is what you're looking for but I stumbled on a recipe for turkey burgers where you add grated apple to the mix - keeps it moist and adds some nice flavor. Made it for dinner tonight with baked sweet potato fries

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I like to make taco's, where everyone fills their own. I fixed them for dinner last night, and made mine into a salad instead. I took the crunchy tortilla and crumbled it over the top. My "salad greens" were really fresh spinach. YUM

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I'm way late in responding to this post. I use ground turkey in my chili, which ,akes it much healthier. Turkey is actually pretty healthy so long as you're not covering it in tons of cheese and sour cream.

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I'm not sure if I am posting this in the right spot or not, so I appologize in advance, but I was wondering if anyone had any healthy crockpot Chili recipes. I have NEVER made chili and my hubby keeps asking for some. He doesn't care about it being healthy, but I do. I figure if I'm making it, he'll have to deal with it :-) Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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I just used a great easy chicken recipe from spark recipes. I can't remember the name of it but I put 3 chicken breast in an oven safe bowl then covered them with 1 1/2 c. salsa and sliced onion and fresh sliced mushrooms. I sprinkled some lowfat mozarella cheese on top, covered it with foil and baked it at 400 degrees for 1 hour. Yummy! You could also slice green pepper or zucchini on top of the chicken.

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Another idea for those who are cooking out on the grill...my hubby had requested steaks on the grill for his BD. SO, while I was at the store choosing the steaks, I found that they had some beef shish-kabobs that look yummy. I had no intention of firing up the grill just for a couple kabobs, so I cooked those at the same time as the steak. Then I warmed them up the next day. They were great!

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I'm joining this discussion late and don't know the original post....but! one of the other teams I'm on gave a challenge of finding a recipe from the SPrecipes this week and fixing it for your family. The challenge also mentioned that it could be anything as long as it wasn't a dessert recipe. I've made a few recipes from the site and made them just for myself. There are SO many, it really wasn't hard to find something. In fact, I found 2 that I felt like making for dinner. Both were crockpot recipes as that's what I was in the mood for fixing (simple!) One is a lasagna recipe, and the other is a chicken recipe. Anyway, just thought I'd mention that the SPrecipe section is worth looking through if one wants a new idea for something to fix!

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Sounds great! I'll have to try that this summer- thanks for sharing!!

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I made what I thought was my own concoction the other night for dinner, and discovered it was almost EXACTLY the recipe for Summer Vegetable Ragout in Joy of Cooking.

Anyways - sautee up some veggies - the fresher the better - from the farmers market. I used squash, red bell pepper, onion, garlic, snap peas, cherry tomatoes and canned artichoke hearts. Add some fresh herbs - I used basil - and a can of great northern beans. I didn't use any liquid, but I think a little wine or stock to help plump up the beans would have been a nice addition. Top with a little parmesan - voila! Perfect summer veggie meal!

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That's exactly when I make it. Being Mother's Day I wanted something to take to my MIL's house for dessert that she could eat with her dietary restrictions. The batch I make is about 3 cups- there were 5 of us at dinner and there's still a ton left. It's nice because I make just a plain vanilla ice cream and then bring my homemade strawberry jam and rhubarb jam and then fresh berries so if people want to top it they can.
I just saw in Meijer the other day that they have tiny little Haagen Daz now-I'll have to keep that in mind for those unique flavors that I don't make!

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Homemade ice cream sounds delicious. I LOVE ice cream, but when I made the commitment to lose weight, I had to face facts that I was eating a LOT of ice cream that was contributing to my weight gain.

But, a treat now and then is delightful. In fact I bought a pint of Haagen Daz dark chocolate this weekend :)

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I've been making my own ice cream for years now (I like it because I control what goes in it) and have always just used a vanilla bean to flavor it. Sometimes I can't get the bean to split even- or have a hard time finding "fresh" beans so I was excited when I found a vanilla bean paste at Williams Sonoma. Made ice cream with it this weekend and it was delicious! I'd suggest it anytime you need to use a vanilla bean- or even to just add vanilla flavoring to things.

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I've been drinking smoothies for years and years. My mom used to make them for my brother and I. The classic was OJ, strawberries and bananas. In the last couple of years, I've replaced the juice with milk - less calories and I need the calcium. I've also gradually taught myself to like yogurt - I started with just a spoonful in the smoothies, and now I can put a whole container in!! I like organic yogurt...no fake flavor. I can't just eat yogurt plain yet. Here's a standard smoothie recipe for me:

8 oz skim milk
1 6 oz container strawberry yogurt
1 cup frozen fruit (strawberries, peaches, blueberries, etc.)
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I haven't been able to get "into" drinking those smoothies. A lot of people I know love them- but I'm going to keep trying until I get one I like. I too will add the protein powder.

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Have any of you tried the fruit smoothies? There are several recipes in the recipe file here. I have one at least three to four mornings a week.
My favorite is strawberry, banana, plain yogurt, and orange juice, with a little added protein powder.

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Made a venison & vegetable stew yesterday with veggies I had canned from the garden ... was pleased with how well it turned out!

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Sounds like a good idea. I've been trying new things too, not every week, but probably a few times a month... some things turn out great- some- well.... lol

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I've started writing out my dinners for the week on a marker board on my fridge and then shopping accordingly. Helps us stay focused on our budget and our health (though not EVERY meal is super healthy - but most are). Plus, I try to make one new meal each week. This week:

Cajun Buffalo wings (for the super bowl party)
Spaghetti
Sweet and Sour Asian Pork with Bok Choy
Turkey Tacos
Egg and Veggie Scramble
Turkey Burgers and Roasted Potatoes

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~sigh~ that last post makes me miss my garden- almost time to start my seeds inside!!!

Tried some jicama last night- made fries out of it in the over with a roast- DH said it would have been better if I didn't call them "jicama fries" - I said what do you want me to call them? "roasted jicama pieces with olive oil and parmesan"? lol

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Picked some green beans and a kohl rabi from the garden this past weekend... I can't wait until the broccoli and corn come on! Those are my favorite dinners of the year, everything fresh out of the garden except whatever meat we have that day.
That breakfast sounds wonderful, I've done something similar with colby jack, onions, broccoli (or green beans) but I've never added black beans... I'll have to give that a try!

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Here's a favorite in our household for breakfast.

I make my homemade salsa, but you can use whatever brand you prefer.

I scramble egg beaters, toss in chopped, onion, green peppers, and broccoli. Just before it's done, two teaspoons of lowfat mozzerella and a couple teaspoons of black beans.

Put it on a plate, top with salsa. I guess you could add if you want a little no fat sour cream, if ya want. We normally don't.

It's very filling with all the veggies in it.

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It's pretty good. It's one of those things that is naturally pretty bland, so it needs some seasoning to make it really tasty.

Tonight I'm going to marinate some shrimp in a teriyaki sauce and grill them, then serve them with an Asian cole slaw. Should be tasty. And very low-cal!

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I've never had polenta, but it sounds wonderful grilled!


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That sounds good too! My husband and I are trying to explore more grilling options. My new thing is grilled polenta. You can buy pre-cooked polenta in the Italian aisle at Meijer. Slice in rounds and grill until browned.

Tonight we're doing chicken kabobs!

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Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rosemary!
I'm in a rut in the summer of slicing a summer squash lengthwise in about 1/4 to 1/2 inch slices and brushing with olive oil and then smearing chopped garlic on it (I buy the big jar of it at Meijer) and throwing it on the grill).
I think everything tastes better on the grill!

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I love salsa!!

I grilled sweet potatoes (cut into 1/2 inch rounds) coated with olive oil, smidge of brown sugar, cayenne pepper, salt, garlic powder, fresh thyme and fresh rosemary.

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I've started using the salsa I canned last year to cook with... adds a kick to everything but it's wonderful because I know what I put in it!


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Does anyone get the Everyday Food magazine? It's a Martha Stewart magazine, only with easier recipes. Made Spanish tortilla, which is an egg and potato dish. SO GOOD! And pretty low-cal!

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Sounds good! I did that yesterday, only the Asian version. Whole wheat spaghetti, carrots, green onions. Dressing made with soy sauce, vinegar, red pepper flakes, garlic, sesame oil, salt and pepper. Pretty tasty!

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I just threw together a "salad"

ww pasta
can of diced tomato's
1/2 can of black beans
1 1/2 tsp of green chilis

some spices....it's going with the grilled chicken that RIch is grilling right now....late dinner tonight due to John's soccer game.


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Made a delightful meal on the grill. Grilled shrimp marinated in lemon juice and oregano (skewered for ease of grilling). Grilled polenta (you can buy a tube of polenta at Meijer so it's precooked. Just refrigerate and then slice in half inch slices, brush with olive oil and season with salt and pepper). Served with roasted red pepper sauce (jarred red pepper blended with balsamic vinegar, garlic, fresh parsley, salt and pepper). Side salad. SO GOOD!!! Low calorie, as well!!

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Sounds great!! Now that my husband is making the healthy lifestyle switch, he's much more open to experimentation. Our "go-to" menu options are:
spaghetti (currently making the switch to whole wheat pasta)
tacos (using up the lean ground beef that my mom gave us and then switching to ground turkey)
chicken stirfry with brown rice
Salmon (broiled or grilled) with brown rice and a veggie)

This summer my husband is really into turkey burgers and chicken sausage (he likes the apple the best, I like the sundried tomato) with salad or grilled veggies (grilled asparagus is great).

Made a fantastic salad the other night! Mixed greens and blanched snow peas tossed with a dressing made of olive oil, balsamic and dijon mustard. Grilled some flank steak, sliced it and put on the greens. Topped with some bleu cheese crumbles. Grilled a couple slices of multigrain baquette and rubbed with a clove of garlic. Delightful!!

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Taco's or Quesadilla's
Sweet potato beef-stir fry
sloppy joes
grilled shrimp
WW rotini with mixed veggies
grilled salmon with beans and tomatoes
beef-n-leaf
apple sausage w/this potato veggie mixture from Trader Joes
Steamed cabbage roll
chicken cheese steak
sugar snap peas and salmon stir fry

Most recipes are from this months issue Clean Eating magazine. Sloppy joe is a recipe from Weight Watchers. I make my own sauce.

The taco's or quesadillas are w/lean beef, whole grain tortillas and lots of veggies.

Apple sausage is from Trader Joes has no fillers or nitrates in it.

Beef-n-leaf is lean beef cut into thin strips with broken whole wheat spaghetti seasoned with ginger, a little soy sauce, red pepper flakes. Then you use a lettuce leaf for a wrap.

For the most part, my dinners are always made with fresh items. I do not used boxed, convenience type foods. My menu changes all the time cause I like to have variety. The meals that get repeated the most are pasta dishes, taco's, chicken-apple sausage from Trader Joes. Fish and shrimp dishes get made often but it almost always made differently each time.

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I find that I get into a food rut, and I'm always on the look out for new ideas that are relatively quick and easy (although, I like to cook and try to avoid using a lot of packaged or pre-made food), and of course, healthy!! What are some of your favorites?

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