Here you can read through my vast collection of recipes that are not only low calorie and diet friendly, but also very healthy. These recipes are perfect for anyone who may be trying to reach a weight loss goal, is diabetic, or just wants to eat better. These healthy recipes are not only easy to make, but taste great and are loaded with essential nutrients that our body needs every day.
Posted on May 1st, 2013
I don’t know why, but I haven’t made a baked potato in a while. I LOVE them. But maybe I’ve just assumed that they are too simple or not satisfying enough for a man dish recipe. Recently, at a restaurant, I saw a stuffed baked potato on the menu, and that got my mind spinning about creating my own, Weight Watchers friendly version.
Posted on April 30th, 2013
Prepare it as a main dish or a side dish, but whichever way you choose to serve this Goat Cheese Stuffed Eggplant Rolls Recipe, you are going to be so glad you made it! It is absolutely delicious…so full of flavor. And it looks just lovely sitting in that bright red pepper and shallot sauce….almost too pretty to eat.
Posted on April 25th, 2013
Here’s a deliciously quick and easy way to make a healthy quinoa salad that is beautiful, low in Points Plus, and very flavorsome. This Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Salad Recipe has just 4 Points + for a 1 cup serving and makes a wonderful Weight Watchers side dish recipe that is loaded with nutrients.
Posted on April 22nd, 2013
I’ve always adored stuffed peppers, but since traditional versions of the recipe usually call for rice, the extra carbohydrates can tack on some extra Weight Watchers Points. So when I came across this recipe at Mark’s Daily Apple, I LOVED the idea of using cauliflower in the meat instead of the rice.
Posted on April 18th, 2013
Here’s another easy and delicious way to enjoy some heart healthy salmon…with a fantastic Romesco sauce pour over it! Not only is this an incredibly flavorful salmon recipe that is just 7 Points + per serving, but it’s loaded with nutrients and vitamins too.
Posted on April 17th, 2013
Not your typical cold, lettuce filled salad, this Baby Broccoli and Ricotta Salad is served warm, uses no lettuce at all, and is absolutely delicious. At 7 Points + for the entire salad, you are getting lots of heart healthy fats, and almost 10g of fiber. Not only is it insanely good for you, but the flavor combinations are perfect.