Raspberry-Lemon Muffins with Streusel Topping

January 28th, 2011 Printer friendly version Printer friendly version No comments »
Jason and I ate these muffins as part of a special weekend breakfast and they were very tasty! They are fairly low fat and they also freeze well so you can save some to enjoy another day! You can also substitute frozen blueberries or cranberries for the raspberries for variety.
Nutritional Information
171 calories; 3g protein; 31g carbohydrates; 5g fat; 3mg cholesterol; 148mg sodium; 1g fiber

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Creme Brulee French Toast

December 14th, 2010 Printer friendly version Printer friendly version 2 comments »
Creme Brulee French ToastThis french toast is definitely wonderful enough to enjoy over the holidays. It is also very easy to make. I recommend putting the ingredients together in the morning and then letting them spend the day in the refrigerator. When it’s time to go to bed, put it in your slow cooker so it will be ready to eat when you wake up. We love this recipe all year around!
Nutritional Information
328 calories; 12g protein; 57g carbohydrates; 8g fat; 74mg cholesterol; 439mg sodium; 2g fiber

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Herbed Frittata with Edamame

July 16th, 2010 Printer friendly version Printer friendly version No comments »
Herbed Frittata with EdamameI used egg whites instead of whole eggs to lower the calories in this frittata. It contains green onions and fresh cilantro that add plenty of flavor so you wont miss the fat. The addition of edamame and fresh grated carrot makes this an unusual and very tasty breakfast dish.
Nutritional Information
230 calories; g protein; g carbohydrates; 14g fat; 36 mg cholesterol; 600 mg sodium; 1g fiber

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Baked Egg Custard with Gruyere and Chives

March 29th, 2010 Printer friendly version Printer friendly version No comments »
Baked Egg Custard with Gruyere and ChivesThis dish has a really smooth creaminess that I like a lot. Serve it as a special weekend treat with fruit on the side.
Nutritional Information
267 calories; 18g protein; 7g carbohydrates; 18g fat; mg cholesterol; 210mg sodium; 0g fiber

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Indian Omelette Torte

March 2nd, 2010 Printer friendly version Printer friendly version 1 comment »
Indian Omelette TorteThis is a great breakfast dish to make if you want to impress guests because it tastes fantastic. It utilizes several ingredients that are unusual for an egg dish, such as garbanzo beans, fennel, and green peas. Serve it with plain yogurt and tomato chutney.
Nutritional Information
331 calories; 18g protein; 24g carbohydrates; 18g fat; 425mg cholesterol; 362mg sodium; 6g fiber

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Spiced French Toast with Seasonal Berries

July 22nd, 2009 Printer friendly version Printer friendly version 1 comment »
Spiced French Toast with Seasonal BerriesThis french toast recipe is so tasty that you’ll find it hard to believe that it isn’t a diet-breaker.
Nutritional Information
349 calories; 13g protein; 56g carbohydrates; 10g fat; 248mg cholesterol; 256mg sodium; 5.8g fiber

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Fat-Free Yogurt Dressing for Fruit

July 16th, 2009 Printer friendly version Printer friendly version 1 comment »
Fat-Free Yogurt Dressing for Fruit
This sauce is delicious on all kinds of fruit and takes very little time to make. The food pyramid suggests eating 2 to 4 servings of fruit a day. If you find it hard to be excited about eating your fruit, this sauce will make it into a healthy dessert-like snack or side dish that you will truly enjoy.
Nutritional Information
35 calories; 2g protein; 7g carbohydrates; 0g fat; 1mg cholesterol; 30mg sodium; 0g fiber

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Apple Pancakes with Maple Syrup Butter

July 16th, 2009 Printer friendly version Printer friendly version No comments »
I love pancakes and they often tempt me to overeat when I’m out for breakfast at a restaurant. However, these pancakes are very tasty and lower in calories and fat so that you can enjoy more than one, unlike many pancake recipes. You can further cut your calories by using a dipping bowl for the maple syrup butter rather than pouring the syrup over the pancakes. They taste so good that you’ll feel like you are truly indulging yourself!
Nutritional Information
494 calories; 8g protein; 92g carbohydrates; 13g fat; 88mg cholesterol; 739mg sodium; 4g fiber.

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