Posts tagged "Salads"
SALADS/SOUP/SIDES: • Iceberg & Arugula Mix: 10 Calories/8oz. Add-ons of grape tomatoes, celery stalks, carrot sticks • Fresh Organic Romaine Greens: 10 Calories/8 oz. Keep it healthy by adding a balsamic or low-fat dressing: Add to calorie content • SOUP: “Mock” Hamburger Soup 145 Calories/8 oz. Lean ground turkey, onions, carrots, celery, tomatoes, basil, barley,... Read more »
SALADS: • Romaine Greens: 10 Calories/8oz. Plus fresh grape tomatoes, celery &, carrot sticks, English cucumbers, red pepper sticks • Fresh Iceberg Lettuce & Mixed Greens: 10 Calories/8 oz. Keep it healthy by adding a balsamic dressing: Add to calorie content • Orzo Pasta Salad: 105 Calories/8 oz. Orzo, dried cranberries, roasted pine nuts, splash... Read more »
In a small bowl, combine the vinegar, oil, salt, and the sugar. Add the apples, sweet onions, and raisins. Toss ingredients lightly, just to coat. Let the mixture sit for about 10 minutes for flavors to join. Just before serving, combine the spinach and romaine. Add the dressing, toss and enjoy! 3 Tablespoons cider vinegar... Read more »
This is a quick and easy side dish and can be a great side for any meal or just as a snack. Only 173 calories for 8 ounces. Healthy and Tasty! Ingredients: 10 ounces organic couscous 3/4 cup golden raisins, chopped 3/4 roasted pine nuts 2 cups of organic vegetable broth Method: -Cook the couscous... Read more »
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