7 Tasty Recipes to Get You Excited About Losing Weight in 2017
Is shedding a few pounds on your list of New Year's resolutions this year? If so, you may be dreading the blah, bland, boring food most people associate with successful weight loss. But the truth is that nutritious food can...
Is shedding a few pounds on your list of New Year's resolutions this year? If so, you may be dreading the blah, bland, boring food most people associate with successful weight loss. But the truth is that nutritious food can also be delicious -- if you have the right recipes, that is. Read on for a roundup of seven tasty recipes which are small in calories and large on taste.
Think Mexican food is off the menu when you're trying to lose weight? Think again. This flavor-packed, five-star Food Network Kitchen recipe is proof that eating healthy doesn't have to mean going without all the foods you crave. After braising the meat for hours in the crockpot, you end up with impossibly tender shredded pork -- perfect for topping with all of your favorite garnishes.
This Mediterranean-inspired recipe from Cooking Lightcuts back on the butter but not on the flavor thanks to plenty of fresh lemon, garlic, and ground pepper. Served over plump orzo, this recipe is just over 403 calories.
Rather than calling out for greasy, cheese-laden pizza, why not make your own gourmet version at home instead? While Brussels sprouts may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of pizza toppings, you may be in for a revelation when you sample them paired with salty pepperoni, bright lemon zest, and creamy fontina cheese on whole-wheat dough -- a healthy alternative to white.
Looking for the satisfaction of sinking your teeth into a burger without the red meat? This recipe courtesy of the Mayo Clinic delivers a hearty helping of everything you crave in a burger -- along with plenty of healthy stuff, too, including fiber-rich black beans, red bell pepper, brown rice, and whole-grain bread crumbs.
The rich flavors of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and vanilla add up to a homey yet wholesome breakfast guaranteed to get your day off to a solid start. Cakey in texture with just a hint of spice, these vibrantly colored creations will satisfy any sweet tooth, while walnuts add toothsome crunch. Honey butter is the perfect finishing touch.
This isn't your mother's plain, depressing salad. In fact, it could be described as a "fiesta of flavors" thanks to corn, black beans, diced red onion, and two kinds of cheese. Throw in plenty of fresh romaine lettuce, toss with light ranch dressing and BBQ sauce, and top with tortilla strips and you've got a family-pleasing salad that eats like a meal.
You don't have to say "no" to dessert thanks to this tasty take on cobbler made with low-fat biscuit mix and featuring grilled peach halves. Add a dollop of low-fat whipped topping for next-level decadence.
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