The Greek classic without the guilt and still full of flavour. Healthy spinach and feta pie with no crust. High in protein, calcium & vitamin C. Only 110 calories and 3 WW points +. Essentially, it is unwrapped spanakopita baked as a pie. Just the filling, no pastry. Made with fresh herbs, light feta cheese and frozen spinach, this pie is a great healthy alternative to green cupcakes this St. Patrick’s Day.
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Stuffed pork tenderloin with low fat mozzarella cheese, spinach, sun dried tomatoes and basil. Sounds like little Italy to me and particularly it reminded me of a Caprese salad. But instead of using buffalo mozzarella we are going low fat.:) Pork tenderloin is one of my favourite animal based sources of protein. After the chicken breast of course. It’s lean, tender and is easy to cook. I obviously got tired of chicken breasts and it’s too cold to grill the pork tenderloin outside, so I decided to roast…
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I have been making this spinach salad for years. Every time I make it it reminds me of a dinner at a high-end restaurant. This is how classy this salad is with fresh raspberries, crumbles of soft goat cheese and candied pecans. I always have a box or two of organic fresh spinach and a box of organic mixed baby greens on hand. I add spinach to smoothies, salads, frittatas, meats, soups etc. It’s so good for you especially raw.
This recipe has been inspired by the recent popularity of juicing and by my neighbours. In an attempt to lose my belly fat I talked to my neighbour who trains NHL players and his wife who looks amazing. Among couple suggestions he gave me was juicing particularly vegetable juicing. Now, anybody who knows me knows I’m against juices particularly fruit ones. Homemade are a little bit better than store-bought ones but not by much. You are way better off eating the whole fruit or vegetable full of fiber and micro…
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