Serve these low-cost egg toasts with a green salad tossed in a light balsamic vinaigrette.
These nachos are a fun family breakfast recipe. You could also top them with a small dollop of non-fat plain Greek yogurt.
These pretty kabobs are a great snack for kids and adults. Fruit and cheese are tasty combination of carbohydrates and protein, and will leave you feeling satisfied.
These homemade veggie chips make a tasty snack. You can also experiment with other vegetables in this recipe like squash, beets, potatoes, etc.
These hash browns are made with cauliflower, but they are filled with flavor and go great with some eggs for breakfast!
This casserole-style dish is a vegetarian option and will be a huge hit with the family!
Need help eating more veggies? Give this recipe a try! You could also add some stir fried chicken or tofu and serve over brown rice to make it a meal.
Takeout pizza is usually high in calories and carbohydrate. Here’s a healthier pizza that you can make at home using thincrust flatbreads. By skipping the high-fat meats such as pepperoni or sausage, you’ll cut back on the unhealthy fats as well.
Serve this gumbo over 1/3 cup cooked brown rice or quinoa. If you are only cooking for one or two people, you can easily freeze leftovers from this recipe to save for a later date.
You can also make these spring rolls with just the lettuce as wrapper instead of the rice paper to make this recipe even lower in carbohydrate.
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