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Old 03-02-2006, 07:18 PM   #1  
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Talking Any and all healthy recipes!

ok so i need lots and lots and lots of recipesfor me to put in myrecipe box so i don't start eating unhealthy because i'm sick of the food, so gimme gimme some great recipes these can be anything breakfast, lunch, snack, dinner, im not alergic to anything so just post away!!!
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Old 03-02-2006, 07:54 PM   #2  
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Here's what I tried for dinner last night...
1 serving salmon each (my husband and me)
Brush with a touch of olive oil

1 large sweet potato, peeled and cut into (almost) 1/2" slices
Toss with balsamic vinegar and spread on a sprayed cookie sheet

Bake both at 375 30-40 minutes until potato is cooked through and salmon flakes; the potatoes may take 5 minutes longer than the salmon

In the meantime, cut up some bok choy, including the leaves, some mushrooms, some baby spinach leaves, whatever. I used bits of leftover vegetables before I go shopping. I also zapped some carrots in the microwave and some frozen green beans to pre cook them.

Stir fry the fresh vegetables in a touch of olive oil, then add the carrots and green beans. Just before serving, mix in some chopped tomato.

Divide everything in half and sprinkle all with fresh lemon juice.
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Old 03-02-2006, 07:54 PM   #3  
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My regulars are:

Chilli (less meat, more beans)
Baked Porkchops or Chicken
Fajitas (watch calorie and carb content of tortillas)
Hot Taco Rice (Brown Rice, taco meat, diced tomatos, Chopped Jalepenos, light sour cream, cheese)
Roast with trimmings
Easy Chicken Salad (canned chicken (98% FF), diced onion, FF mayo, lemon juice, Almonds or sunflower seeds)
Tuna and 10 Wheat Crackers
Spaghetti with Multigrain pasta (measure the pasta, it's got tons of calories)
(P.S. Shave some extra veggies and hide them in the pasta)
Creamy Chicken and Rice (99% FF mushroom soup and skim milk (for gravy) poured over baked chicken on a bed of brown rice)

Other stuff:

Wheat Mini Bagels with Light Cream Cheese
Boiled eggs (find those with omega 3 fatty acid added)
Raw Veggies
Ready to eat Sugar Snap peas
Fruits, diced and ready to eat are my favorite and mandarin oranges (yum)
Quaker Breakfast Cookie
Oatmeal
Yougurt
Cheese in 1oz prewrapped packages
Sugar Free Candies
Fudgecicles
Wraps (again watch the nutrition panel)
Hummus and veggies
Any Beans
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Old 03-02-2006, 11:58 PM   #4  
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watch your sugar levels and sodium also. drink lots of water. try drinking 3 - 4 inthe morning before going to work. glen
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Old 03-07-2006, 03:03 PM   #5  
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Try Zataran's Red Bean and Rice box mix. You make it with water and a tablespoon of butter ( I used the light margarine that is less than 1 point per serving) It's fast and easy and only 3 points for a cup, which is a lot. Then I cooked some shrimp with cajun seasoning in a pan for about 2 minutes, put some on top and had a cucumber and onion salad on the side. It was so quick and good, I will definitely have that again!
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Old 03-07-2006, 08:16 PM   #6  
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Let's see...
Breakfast
- oatmeal with various add-ins (walnuts & raisins, bananas, peanut butter, vanilla extract & berries)
-1 egg, 1 egg substitute, diced ham (optional), diced green pepper, handful of 2% cheese in an omelet
-1 egg, Morningstar Farms sausage OR Canadian bacon, whole grain English muffin, w/or w/o cheese

Lunch
-Apple-Walnut-Chicken Salad
5 oz cooked chicken breast, bite sized
1/2 cup chopped celery
3/4 cup chopped apple (I use red & green for color)
2 oz chopped walnuts
1 tbsp raisins (cranberries are also great)
1/3 cup Italian dressing (raspberry vinaigrette is good too)
Stir it all together then pour the dressing over it and let it chill for an hour or so.


a few anyway..

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Old 03-08-2006, 09:46 PM   #7  
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thx yall but keep em' comin'! i've got a whole recipe box to create!
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