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.
So easy! So sensational! Who knew healthy living could be so savory and satisfying! Serve with whole-wheat couscous and steamed spinach for a complete meal. Or, for delicious fajitas, serve chicken with sautéed onions and peppers tucked into corn or whole-wheat tortillas, and with a tablespoon of fat-free sour cream.
While the ingredients can vary widely, a typical risotto is packed with artery-clogging cheese and calories. Not so with our Pritikin risotto! It retains all the goodness of traditional risotto — particularly the vegetables — and leaves the rest. This recipe also makes great leftovers. Just ladle some in a microwave-safe dish, spritz with a bit of water, nuke for a minute, and lunch is ready.