2003 best use of a nutricious ingredient, round 2 finalist | Pritikin Recipe of the Year Contest Using baby kale is similar to cooking with fresh spinach. It adds fiber, iron, vitamins, calcium and antioxidants to any meal, all while tasting fabulous, filling you up and helping to keep you full. Recipe courtesy of Coutneyjo
Who need s’mores? No one at your BBQ party will miss them if you’re serving these scrumptious, sweet-savory slices of grilled pineapple! Dress them up, if you’d like, with dollops of nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt. So much flavor! And for so few calories!
This zesty, hearty Ajiaco Soup from the creative chefs at the Pritikin health resort is sure to fill you up and warm you up. It’s also calorie-light and sodium-light.
Serve this heart-healthy, no-salt-added Pico De Gallo, created by the chefs at the renowned Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami, with a gigantic platter of colorful cut-up veggies like radishes, cherry tomatoes, and carrot sticks.
Just 4 ingredients and voila! You have a sauce that’s bursting with sweet-tangy flavor. It’s a fantastic topping for all kinds of healthy foods, such as hot cereals, sauteed spinach, no-salt-added cottage cheese, fish, whole-grain English Muffins, nonfat Greek yogurt, and even sliced bananas.
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!
This refreshing Mango Parfait dessert has been delighting guests at the Pritikin health resort for decades. It’s both easy to prepare and pretty, which makes it the perfect choice for your next dinner party.
We can easily down 250 calories or more with most tropical-style drinks. And don’t forget that calories that we drink do virtually nothing to curb appetite. For a fraction of the calories (only about 40), savor this sensational Mango Lemon Cooler Cocktail.