Sugar-Free Recipes

Spiced Butternut Squash with Black Beans, Apricots & Olives Spiced Butternut Squash with Black Beans, Apricots & Olives
This high antioxidant, high fiber vegetable stew can be served warm as the main dish or cool as a part of a Mediterranean meze or antipasti.
Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
This dish is the ultimate in comfort food and perfect for holiday gatherings. The walnuts offer texture while the tomato and spices bring it all together. Use collard greens as a substitution for cabbage.
Tamales Tamales
Traditional Mexican style Tamales made in a restaurant in Puerto Vegana in Puerto Morelos, Mexico.
Tamari Almonds Tamari Almonds
Tamari almonds are a tasty, savory snack. Eat on their own or mix with raisins, sunflower seeds and chocolate chips for an energizing trail mix.
Tender Kale Salad Tender Kale Salad
Kale Salad is everywhere these days. Not only is it quick and easy, it's also very good for you. By massaging the Kale you get a different texture than traditional kale salad.
Texas Caviar Texas Caviar
This colorful and crunchy “caviar” is full of fiber, very low in fat, and cholesterol free, making it a wonderful dip for reducing cancer risk. Scoop it up with Baked Tortilla Chips or wedges of whole-grain pita bread.
Tomato Sauce from Scratch Tomato Sauce from Scratch
Home-made tomato sauce tastes so much better than jarred! Add your favorite vegetables and spices for a unique and flavor-full pasta topping.
Tomato Soup with White Beans Tomato Soup with White Beans
This version of tomato soup is heartier, chunkier, and lower in sodium than commercial brands. It also contains over 5 grams of fiber per serving. Serve with Braised Kale and crusty bread.
Tomatoes Stuffed with French Lentils Tomatoes Stuffed with French Lentils
What's better than an edible container? These hollowed tomatoes are a perfect vessel for a refreshing lentil salad. Bell pepper and celery add a nice crunch to the creamy lentils.
Tuscan Kale and Coconut Soup with Tofu Tuscan Kale and Coconut Soup with Tofu
This was inspired by the wonderful Thai coconut soups. Tuscan kale looks more like a small, dark green variety of Swiss chard than kale, but it takes longer to cook, which actually makes it ideal for this soup. Also, this is a great recipe for your broccoli stalks!