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Seven Fish Recipes for Lent (and Heart Health)
Liven up your meals with fruits and vegetables! Fruits and veggies should make up half our plate at meals. They’re high in fiber and nutrients while low in calories. Add more to your meals with these great recipes:
Veggie and tofu stir-fry
Shrimp and vegetable stir-fry
Green Tea-Kiwi and Mango Smoothie
Black bean-mango salsa
Hearty Italian Soup (Use chicken or ground turkey breast to make it leaner)
Banana Nut Muffins with Oatmeal Streusel
Avocado Chicken Salad Sandwiches
Grilled Chicken and Pineapple Sandwiches
Almond Butter and Fruit Sandwiches
Hummus and Artichoke Sandwiches
Frozen Yogurt Ice Pops from Betty Crocker
Apple Cinnamon Pork Chops
Asparagus, penne and goat cheese salad. A salad that really is an entire meal. It’s my new favorite!
Recipe suggestion I got from Liz, great alternative to “just a sandwich”
Mixed Bean Wrap:
Drain, rinse and mix 1 can garbanzo beans, black beans, and kidney beans. Store in recloseable conainer.
1/2 cup of bean mixture
1 tablespoon salsa
1 tablespoon low-fat sour cream (or greek yogurt)
1 tortilla (or 1/2 pita bread)
(2 carbs and 1/2 fat)
To make this a meal, I add 1oz cheese on the side, 1 cup raw veggies (peppers/cucumbers/etc)
1 fruit serving
I was very surprised to find that I really enjoyed this. I have never eaten beans except “cooked” in something (i.e. chili) and this makes a very filling meal I almost can’t eat it all! Please feel free to make changes to suit your taste and comment on this link to let me know what you think. I am always looking for new recipes/ideas. Thanks!
I love this too–it’s kind of surprising how yummy it is! I love your idea about using a pita in place of the tortilla. I will definitely try it.
Eggplant Parmesan Bake: Great if you want to try something new! Only 200 calories per serving.
The perfect winter on-the-go treat: Cranberry Walnut Muffies. https://talk-diabetes.org/2011/12/13/lizs-cranberry-walnut-muffies/
Boost nutrition and save money by making your own “instant” oatmeal packets!
From our 2011 Summer Picnic Series: Three-bean salad, Judy’s Summer Spinach Salad and Fruit-filled Ice Cubes
Our very first shared recipe from Cliff Duever:
Strawberry Rhubarb Everything
Thanks, Cliff! Can’t wait to give it a whirl.
Cantaloupe and yogurt ice pops
A healthy, delicious and low-carb frozen, summer treat!
Asparagus, spinach and feta cheese frittata
Eggplant Saute with Shallots, Basil and Oregano
Spinach and Turkey Meatloaf
It’s that time of year when the cold weather is here to stay. But let’s look on the bright side – cold weather means that we can enjoy delicious and warm winter dishes. Try this spinach and turkey meatloaf as a healthy alternative to traditional meatloaf. The recipe is simple, packed with nutrients and is the perfect choice for a blustery winter day! Click here for the delicious recipe and a tip from the dietitians.
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