The typical filling for deviled eggs is loaded with the artery-clogging fats in egg yoke and mayonnaise. Pritikin Executive Chef Vincent Della Polla keeps all of the classic flavors of deviled eggs, but replaces the egg yokes and mayonnaise with…wait..you’ll never guess!
Like desserts with a bit of bite? You’ll love this fanciful combination of luscious fruit, Dijon mustard, garlic, and cilantro, created by the talented chefs at the Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami.
Homemade sauces are especially helpful if you’re trying to cut down on sodium. A typical serving of store-bought BBQ sauce, for example, has 500mg of sodium and often more. Our recipe has just 15mg.
Why expand your waistline with typical oil-drenched vinaigrettes when you can enjoy the marvelous sweet-tangy complexity of our Black Forest Vinaigrette, and for only about 10 calories per 2-tablespoon serving. This dressing will last in the refrigerator for about one week. It freezes well, too.
Who says veggie burgers are boring? You’ll get a kick out of these zesty Mexican-style bean and corn burgers topped with a citrus-hot sauce of lime juice, yogurt, scallions, and mustard. Regular burgers and their “secret sauces” can coat your arteries with more saturated fat than most of us should have for three days. With our Pritikin burgers, you’re enjoying tons of flavor, zero saturated fat, and a lot of soluble fiber from the beans. A diet rich is soluble fiber has been proven to lower blood cholesterol.
Here’s a fabulous fusion of tropical flavors, a colorful combination that’s sure to delight your dinner guests, and brimming with healthful nutrients.
This is a rich and tangy sauce for poultry as well as fish. It’s also a fantastic topping for baked potatoes. A dollop delivers zero artery-clogging saturated fat. By contrast, a dollop of regular sour cream packs in as much saturated fat as a hamburger!