This easy ground beef noodle bake features cheese made from 2% milk and lean ground sirloin to keep the fat and calorie counts
low. It's sure to be popular with both the kids and adults around your dinner table. Serve with a store-bought bagged salad
for a simple weeknight meal.
Keeping ingredients such as tomato sauce, dried herbs, eggs and breadcrumbs on hand as kitchen staples makes this meatloaf
a cinch to prepare. Reheat leftovers to make delicious and low-fat sandwiches the following day.
Gather family or friends in the kitchen to help with rolling these flavorful stuffed grape leaves. Serve as an appetizer at
your next gathering or on top of a bed of mixed salad greens and veggies for a meal that's full of flavor, but not calories.
Choosing ground round in place of high-fat ground beef is an easy way to cut back on fat without sacrificing flavor. In this
recipe, ground round is combined with herbs, spices, and flavorful veggies then simmered in beef broth.
Using a mixture of half ground turkey and half ground round lessens the fat and calories in this meatloaf without forfeiting
flavor. At 262 calories per serving, you can feel great about enjoying this dish.
Porcini mushrooms lend a meaty flavor to this recipe without adding unnecessary fat. Crushed tomatoes are an excellent source
of the super-nutrient lycopene. Serve over whole wheat noodles for a dish that tastes hearty but not heavy.
Sloppy Joes are a classic family favorite and, at 202 calories per serving, this version is sure to become a regular in your
household. Skip the store-bought sauce and make these Joes from scratch to reduce the sodium content often found in canned