This Curry Hummus Dip makes a fabulous spread for pitas and sandwiches. And what a difference for your waistline and blood pressure! A schmear has about one-seventh the calories of butter or mayo – and about 20 times less sodium than most store-bought hummus.
Use this super-simple Salsa Chicken recipe in all kinds of ways – as a fajita filler, a topping for a big, green salad, a soup starter, and more.
Make a double batch of our lively black bean salsa and enjoy in all sorts of ways, for example, as a topping for green salads, poultry, or fish, or blended with whole-grain rice.
Enjoy these little cuties not only as an appetizer but also blended with pasta, or as savory filler for sandwiches with baby lettuce and sliced cucumbers, pita-style. If desired, top Salmon Balls with a bit of our chefs’ Cucumber Yogurt Dill Sauce.* (See Recipe notes.)
If you want a snack or meal idea that’s both filling and slimming, you really can’t beat this Barley Vegetable Soup. Plus, research has found that barley helps lower cholesterol levels. And you’ll love barley’s slightly nutty, earthy flavor.
The beauty of this Lebanese Lentil Soup is that it tastes rich and creamy but contains no added fat, which makes it a perfect recipe if you’re trying to lose weight.
This Tropical Salsa recipe has just about everything that’s deliciously divine, from mangoes to pineapple, but absolutely nothing that’s bad for you. No salt, no added sugar, no waist-expanding oil or other fat. Wow!
Everyone’s coming home tired and hungry. Instead of heading out for high-fat, high-salt restaurant food, whip up these simple, healthy, and oh-so-delicious Veggie Enchiladas.
Want a little sweet and spice? Try this colorful, nutritious, and very low in calorie density (just 72 calories per cup) Carrot Ginger Soup. The grated ginger and pineapple add some nifty heat and snap to the sweet carrot puree.
Every fall season this Butternut Squash Soup is a big hit in our dining room at the Pritikin Longevity Center. It has loads of rich velvety flavor but no added fat like butter or oil – typical ingredients in other butternut squash soups. That means our Pritikin version checks in at about one-third the calories.