Have leftover shrimp cocktail or just need a healthy appetizer? This fully-cooked Weight Watchers version of shrimp ceviche is quick to assemble and have ready in minutes.
A simple way to quickly cook up a shrimp appetizer without having to boil. You can easily change up the spice to anything that sounds tasty!
The original recipe calls this a salad, but our first time making it, we opted to have the salmon as the main dish and the tossed salad on the side. Delicious!
We love when friends share a favorite recipe. This cordon bleu is a modern take on a traditional dish with fresh addition of prosciutto, arugula and Brie cheese.
A deliciously quick weeknight meal that packs plenty of punch. Easily adapt the recipe with ground beef or ground chicken, or try it with 50/50 coleslaw and broccoli slaw. The original recipe is listed for Whole30 or paleo diet, so follow the link below if you're not sure which ingredients need to be substituted. Prep... Continue Reading →
Cacao powder offers a wide range of health benefits, and peanut butter powder provides fewer calories and fat without losing the protein and fiber as compared to regular peanut butter. We enjoy this smoothie for breakfast even though it tastes like dessert!
This is a great option when you want a healthier side dish. If you're one that truly misses your rice, this is perfect if you pair with grill meats so you can enjoy the flavors together.
These Coconut Shrimp are crisp, golden and delicious served with a sweet and spicy apricot dipping sauce.
Less fat AND less calories. Except taste and flavor is not compromised AT ALL! So cheesy, comforting and irresistible!
A very tasty and healthy fried rice. We used brown rice, and opted for just a bit more vegetables than the original recipe.