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Zucchini Lasagna

Zucchini Lasagna: Zucchini seems to be growing in popularity, and it makes sense when you look at how healthy and versatile it is.  I’ve seen it used in everything from brownies to “boats”.  And it makes for an excellent guilt-free lasagna….

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Cheesy Zucchini Potato Casserole

Cheesy Zucchini Potato Casserole: ..Also includes slices of tomato, but all that made the title too long. This simple and delicious dish is perfect for a dash-about kind of night. It’s fun to make (it’s so pretty!) and really only involves slicing,…

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Asian Lettuce Wraps & Mexican Lettuce “Burritos”

Two healthy dinner ideas, cutting out some unnecessary carbs:  Asian Lettuce Wraps and Mexican Lettuce “Burritos”. Quinoa Mexican lettuce burritos– here is a yummy recipe to work off of, from FoodBabe.com Shopping Suggestion: Quinoa Iceberg lettuce Avocado Brocoli Zucchini Onion Garlic…

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Valentine’s Dessert Kabobs

Easy, fat free Valentine’s dessert:  strawberry & brownie kabobs drizzled in chocolate.  Use Dannon Light&Fit Greek vanilla 2x protein– it tastes like birthday cake and makes protein brownies! I used the fat free brownie mix from Trader Joe’s, along with…

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Stuffed Kabocha Squash and Asian-style Cabbage Salad

Try these juicy recipes for your next dinner:  Stuffed kabocha squash and an Asian-style cabbage salad. For the kabocha stuffing, I made a mixture of jasmine rice, brown rice and quinoa, and baked some tofu in delicious Asian sauces.  Here…

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Low Cal Pizza

A very low-cal version of pizza.  No grease or extra dough, just whole wheat tortilla wraps, fat free mozzarella cheese (or cabot’s 75% fat free extra sharp cheddar is great too if you don’t mind shredding it yourself), and some…

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Baked Sriracha Butternut Squash Fries

Baked instead of fried and made out of butternut squash, these are deeelish and guilt free. Also quick and easy, with very few ingredients– From ohmyveggies.com (click here): 1 tbsp. peanut, vegetable, canola or any other neutral-flavored oil 1 tsp. sriracha…

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