Best Low Fat Recipes

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Top Rated Low Fat Recipes

By adding spinach and feta to a plain scramble using Eggland’s Best eggs, you’ll get a double dose of lutein, an eye-protecting and cancer-fighting carotenoid that is found in both leafy greens and in EB eggs. Try this easy and healthy Spinach and Feta Egg Scramble, and your breakfast will provide you with an excellent dose of the antioxidants that you’ll need in a day.Click here for more nutritional information about Eggland's Best Eggs!

Recipe Courtesy of Mango.orgThis smoothie is balanced in both flavor and nutritional content. The peanut butter provides protein and healthy fat, the mango contributes fiber, and the banana offers carbohydrates and potassium. Just remember to chop up the mango and throw it in the freezer the night before.

Use some honey to naturally sweeten this yummy smoothie and serve for breakfast or brunch. Courtesy of the National Mango Board

You don’t even need protein powder for this recipe, since the protein is coming from the low-fat milk and the peanut butter.Courtesy of the National Mango Board

We bet you never thought those beans in the pantry can be tossed into your morning smoothie for added fiber.Courtesy of

Make these mini tarts with fewer than five ingredients—they're the perfect easy dessert recipe for any party.Recipe courtesy of Hood

Deviled eggs make a great appetizer at parties and potlucks. Lisa Gorman, Director of St. Joseph Health Wellness Center, says, “Eggs are a great source of protein; they can help you feel full and can prevent your insulin levels from spiking,” making them a great choice if you’ve eaten a lot of sugary items recently.Click here to see more of our egg recipes.

Unfortunately, your average cup of eggnog can really bust your waistline. Not to fear, for there are low-fat eggnog recipes — with skim milk and less cream — that will allow you to sip on this holiday staple without feeling guilty. To enjoy this recipe as a hot drink, prepare it on the stove and serve it immediately after it’s ready. This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.

A sure way to make kids smile, this frozen treat is a healthy and tropical way to start the morning.

Using the same principle as a turkey roll-up or pinwheel, these pizza roll-ups ditch the crust for a low-carb whole-wheat tortilla and pack in the protein with low-fat cheese. To make this delicious treat, which packs well in your child’s lunchbox or your grown-up lunch bag, gather the essential ingredients: low-carb whole-wheat tortillas, prepared pizza sauce, low-fat mozzarella, and any toppings (i.e. spinach, mushrooms, or pepperoni).

If you’re skeptical about cooking lasagna in a slow cooker, have no fear — it’s as easy as layering the ingredients and walking away. This recipe will have your lasagna pan gathering dust. The Italian purist in me was happy to find that traditional lasagna noodles bake up beautifully without boiling them first, and my boys were delighted to eat this for dinner and again as tasty leftovers.

We just can't get over dessert smoothies lately. Why not treat yourself to something insanely sweet when it's this healthy?


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