If you are looking for a delicious vegan recipe that is also designed to incorporate Weight Watchers Points, you’ve come to the right place. As a supporter of “foods without faces”, I’m happy to share my collection of vegan recipes that not only taste great, but are healthy and low in calories too!
Posted on June 17th, 2013
When I first saw this Baked Parmesan Green Bean Fries Recipe on Pinterest a few weeks ago, I was a bit skeptical. But since I adore french fries and am always looking for/experiment with new recipes that offer a tasty and healthier alternative that is low in Weight Watchers Points, I decided to give this a try.
Posted on June 14th, 2013
These 100 Calorie Packs of Almonds from Emerald Nuts aren’t new, but I have just started trying some of their other flavors, and I am hooked! These prepackaged little bags of almonds are perfectly portioned controlled, each having just 100 calories and 3 Points +. The health benefits of nuts are pretty astounding, so I try to snack on them when I can.
Posted on June 6th, 2013
In college, I used to LOVE eating cold, leftover Chinese food, straight from the carton in the fridge. In fact, Chinese food is one of the very few leftovers, originally served hot, that I eat cold. My favorite is the chow mein noodles…..MMMMMMM. When cold, leftover Chinese food wasn’t an option, I often ordered cold noodle salads at my favorite Oriental restaurants.
Posted on June 3rd, 2013
Recently, I had some extra mushrooms on hand that I didn’t want to go bad, and so I started looking for something I could do with them. I didn’t feel like cooking some big dish, and I wanted to do something new with mushrooms that I hadn’t tried before. So, I started scouring the Internet, in search of some ideas and inspiration. Leave it to Martha Stewart to suggest the idea of marinated mushrooms.
Posted on May 31st, 2013
Get the munchies often? Yeah, me too. Especially in the evening after my kids go to sleep, and I can FINALLY veg out on the couch and catch up on the DVR. Unfortunately, this situation can often get me into serious trouble. So, I’ve had to make it a point to bring a lot of tasty, low Points snacks into the house so I have something convenient to grab when I need to munch.
Posted on May 16th, 2013
My, how I love a good quinoa recipe. Not only is it healthy and a much better alternative to rice or pasta, I think it’s absolutely delicious. And when combined with fresh, crunchy vegetables then dressed in a sweet and tangy ginger peanut dressing, well, it’s downright FABULOUS.