An ice cream cake with no sugar, egg yolks, and cream? And it tastes dreamy? Absolutely! This healthy ice cream cake recipe is the brainchild of the award-winning chefs at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami. For 40 years, the renowned health resort has helped tens of thousands worldwide adopt healthy lifestyle habits.
This dip is excellent with vegetable sticks, such as carrots, celery, and jicama, or with low-sodium, baked chips. And it’s much kinder to your waistline than many store-bought creamy dips, which tally up a belt-busting 300-plus calories for a half-cup serving. Our dip is just 45 calories.
Typical stuffed potatoes and skins are stuffed, literally, with butter and full-fat cheese, tallying up scary amounts of saturated fat, which can stuff our poor arteries with plaque. The Loaded Potato Skins at Chili’s Restaurants, for example, have 35 grams of sat fat. It’s like eating 14 pats of butter. With our recipe, you get 0 grams of sat fat, yet loads of creamy, delicious flavor.
Here’s something semi-Pritikin for guests at your party who crave “creamy” but don’t need to go as low (in terms of both health and flavor) as Velveeta.
Don’t harm your arteries or weight-loss efforts with traditional stuffing packed with calorie-dense and saturated-fat-rich ingredients like butter and sausage. Instead, enjoy this savory delight from the award-winning chefs at the renowned Pritikin health resort.
Unlike poor Snow White’s apple, these Pritikin baked apples are oh-so-good for you, and bursting with tart, sweet flavor!
Stir up some Halloween magic with this pumpkin pie full of natural treats like lime juice and cinnamon. BOOlicious!
Scare up your little goblins, then treat them to this delightfully healthy dish, which works as a sweet salad or dessert.
Our soup has loads of rich, velvety flavor, but only about one-third the calories of typical butternut squash soup.