Light and delicious, this dish is the perfect balance of sweet and leafy.
Instead of using heavy mayonnaise and white potatoes, opt for fat-free sour cream and sweet potatoes, which are a great source of potassium, dietary fiber and many vitamins. With the added diced apples, this salad is the perfect balance of hearty, crunchy and sweet.
When paired with tomato and basil, spaghetti squash is a darn good replacement for spaghetti. Think of it as faux-pasta.
At many U.S. restaurants, a seemingly harmless Caesar Salad can pack in nearly 1,000 calories. That’s what happens when we drench our greens with fatty, oily dressings and add calorie-dense ingredients like cheese, croutons, olives, avocados, and crispy wontons. Get all the deliciously tangy goodness of a Caesar but for about one-tenth the calories with our Pritikin Caesar Salad, always a hit in the dining room at the Pritikin Longevity Center.