Spaghetti and meatballs is one of my favorite meals for fall it’s easy, and filling. While trying to live a healthier lifestyle, I cut calories when I can. I use wheat noodles, make my own sauce, and recently, learning how to make my own low calorie meatballs. These meatballs are full of flavor and super yummy! For a spaghetti dish with 5 meatballs and sauce is about 211 calories, perfect way to indulge without really indulging right? Haha!
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If you are looking for something to cure your sweet tooth without undoing your whole day, then you will will love these low calorie mini lemon cheesecakes! These little cups of yum are easy to make, and only 106 calories! With just a few simple food swaps, you can make (almost) any recipe better for you, and these cheesecake cups are no exception! Using vanilla greek yogurt helps cut out 1/2 the sugar!
Just because it is fall doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some yummy meals made on the grill right? These Low Calorie Grilled Pesto Chicken and Pepper Kebabs are SO good, and good for you, so it’s a double win! Even my daughter loved these an said that she felt like I pirate because she was eating “Chicken on a sword” ha! These clock in at only 147 calories per kebab so they are a great light dinner that is still full of flavor!Continue reading
Meal Planning is a great idea for anyone, and it works great for me and my family! I love that menu planning makes my week less hectic, and also keeps me from buying things I don’t need from the grocery store. Every Sunday, me and my family sit down and decide what we want for dinner for the week. Jaiden, my 5 year old, loves this process because she feels like she really has a say in what goes on during dinner time in or house. It’s a great way to make sure everyone in the house is happy!
Fall is right around the corner, and one of my favorite fall sides are low calorie scalloped potatoes! This recipe is perfect for a quick weeknight meal, or even a weekend gathering! The best part? It’s low calorie! You can have a serving of this tasty dish for only 170 calories. If you pair that with a lean meat, it’s a perfect well balanced meal!
So I know when you hear breakfast pizza, healthy isn’t the first word that comes to mind right? Well, this recipe is a perfect mix of protein, low calorie, and yummy! With some quick switches you can make a healthy breakfast that your kids will love to eat in the morning. Studies show that people that eat breakfast every morning make better food choices the rest of the day! So fuel your kids up in the morning with this healthy breakfast!