Low Fat Recipes

Brown Rice Brown Rice
Brown rice is higher in fiber and nutrients than white rice and has a wonderful nutty taste. There are many different varieties of brown rice, each with a slightly different flavor and texture. Two favorites, brown basmati and jasmine, are sold in many supermarkets, natural food stores and specialty shops.
Brown Rice and Barley Brown Rice and Barley
Both brown rice and barley are good sources of protective soluble fiber, and the textures of the two grains make them a most pleasing combination. Enjoy this recipe as a warm breakfast cereal topped with fresh fruit. Alternatively, serve it as a side dish or add it to soups and salads.
Buckwheat Pasta with Seitan Buckwheat Pasta with Seitan
This recipe contains soba noodles, a Japanese buckwheat noodle. Enjoy this tasty and filling pasta dish.
Bulgur Bulgur
Bulgur, which is similar to cracked wheat, has a pleasant, nutty flavor. It cooks quickly and is very versatile. Bulgur can be simmered for a soft texture, or it can be soaked in boiling water when a firmer, fluffier texture is desired.
Butternut Squash Butter Butternut Squash Butter
Use this tasty blend of squash and carrots as a dip for vegetables or spread it on bread or crackers.
Calabacitas Calabacitas
This recipe is from a burrito shop in Ithaca, New York. It’s a perfect vegetable combination for tostadas, tacos, or burritos, or it can be used as a side dish or as a baked potato topping.
Candied Ginger Pears Candied Ginger Pears
This dessert is surprisingly flavorful and delightful. It is adapted from Alicia Siverstone's book, The Kind Diet.
Chai Tea with Cashew Milk Chai Tea with Cashew Milk
Chai tea, or masala chai, is easy and economical to make at home. And this easy-to-make cashew milk makes it rich and creamy!
Chickpea Salad Romaine Wraps Chickpea Salad Romaine Wraps
In this recipe, salad becomes finger food, as leaves of romaine lettuce are used to wrap a tasty chickpea filling. This makes a refreshing wrap that’s high in healthful fiber.
Chinese Fried Bulgur Chinese Fried Bulgur
Mung bean sprouts are a rich source of protein and vitamins A, B, C, and E. In just one cup of mung bean sprouts there are 3 grams of protein and 0 grams of fat. Rinse the sprouts thoroughly before using.