Recipes – by Category
All my recipes divided by category.
The most important meal of the day … made most delicious.
Have your meal ready and waiting for you by using your crock pot.
Healthy desserts that won’t ruin your diet.
High-fiber, healthy dips that are perfect for weight loss.
Even most “fat-free”, “lite”, and/or “low-calorie” salad dressings have ingredients in them that contribute to weight gain. Here are some healthy, clean-eating dressings that will help shed those extra pounds.
Make-ahead recipes that freeze well.
Nearly all my recipes are gluten-free.
Full-of-flavor and nutrient-rich main dishes.
Don’t bother turning on the oven or the stove. These recipes are quick and easy and don’t need to be cooked or baked.
Healthy, home-made, plant-based milks that have more fiber than dairy milk and are lower in saturated fat.
From light salad to main-dish salads, I have you covered.
The best sandwiches in town – made in your very own kitchen.
Eating healthier or losing weight doesn’t have to mean blah, dry food. Here are some healthy sauces for your potatoes, rice, broccoli, kale, or whatever you’d like. And even some for over your waffles!
Delicious side dishes that are so good you may want to eat them as your main dish.
Thick, rich, luscious … and healthy smoothies.
Butter, margarine, and most bread spreads can add a significant number of calories yet offer very little nutrition. Here are some super healthy spreads.
The average American eats far too much sugar. Here are some delicious ways to reduce that sugar load.
Regular dairy cheese – low-fat or not – doesn’t fit very well into a healthy weight loss plan. Even most of the lower-fat cheeses are still high in saturated fat and cholesterol. Here are some healthy, vegan cheese options.
It’s your lucky day! All of the recipes on my site are not only yummy, but are great for weight loss.
Not only do avocados offer 19 vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant compounds and some slimming fiber (!), but including avocados in the diet has been shown to lower cholesterol levels and help with weight loss as well.
While there may be no such thing as a magic weight-loss pill, the high-fiber, low-calorie, extremely nutritious legume comes very close.
Here are several recipes showing you how to use your bean.
Highly nutritious, carob doesn’t contain the allergy-producing antibodies found in chocolate. It is also free from caffeine, phenylethylamine, theophylline, and theobromine which are found in chocolate. And carob does not increase the risk of diabetes, obesity, and mood swings like chocolate.
Not only have oats been shown to reduce cholesterol, help control blood glucose and insulin levels, reduce asthma risk in children, and boost the immune system, oats also have a fiber compound called beta-glucan which encourages your body to release hunger-suppressing hormones.
Yes! Here’s how pasta can be a delicious part of your weight loss plan.
Many people are surprised to learn that potatoes are a great weight loss food. A study done at the University of Sydney in Australia showed, of 38 common foods tested, potatoes provided 5 times more…
Recipes using this delicious, gluten-free, easy-to-digest, and highly nutritious food.
Breakfast, lunch, or supper, rice is a healthy and delicious base for many meals.
Butternut, Hubbard, Acorn, and other winter squashes are full of nutrition and great for weight loss. Here are delicious ways to use them.