Muffins are real pleasers, whether for breakfast, dessert or a snack. Here are three recipes we chose that are low in calories and high on taste. Pumpkin spice, applesauce or chocolate: each of these muffins are under 200 calories.
Special occasions and holidays sometimes call for a baked treat and pumpkin is always a hit! These muffins are not only moist and delicious, but they are significantly lower in calories, saturated fat and sugar than their traditional counterparts.
These bite-size delectables offer the rich flavor of cream cheese and ricotta (both low-fat) along with the cinnamon and pumpkin flavors so welcome at this time of year. They are small, but satisfying.
Orange-colored fruits and vegetables, including pumpkin, are an excellent source of beta carotene. In our bodies, beta carotene is either converted to vitamin A or into an antioxidant. Vitamin A helps support a healthy immune system and healthy vision. As an antioxidant it will neutralize damaging free radicals. No need to feel too guilty about … Read More
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This recipe is perfect to make for a Meatless Monday dinner. The lentils provide slow digesting carbohydrate, protein, and are high in fiber, therefore this soup will keep you satisfied for hours.