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|Artichoke Chicken||Calories: 212|
|You deserve the five-star treatment! This elegant entrée is not only low in fat and calories, it's simply delicious!|
|Balsamic Vinaigrette||Calories: 62|
|Many bottled low-fat dressings can be too sweet or salty, so why not make your own! You can whip up this healthy, tasty dressing in minutes!|
|Barley Minestrone||Calories: 220|
|This minestrone soup adds barely to the fantastic and healthy mix of tomatoes, veggies and beans.|
|Bean And Tomato Pizza||Calories: 261|
|A white bean spread adds protein to this veggie pizza and is splendid when paired with fresh basil and sun-dried tomatoes.|
|Bean And Veggie Soup||Calories: 219|
|As we head into fall and the weather starts to cool down, it's the perfect time to come home to a warm bowl of flavorful, veggie packed soup!|
|Broccoli and Pasta||Calories: 240|
|Broccoli and pasta are a perfect duo! With added herbs, parmesan and green onions, this dish is outstanding. Use whole wheat pasta to add whole grains.|
|Broccoli Frittata||Calories: 140|
|This frittata is easy to make and a great way to start off your day! It's full of flavor, low in fat and protein-rich.|
|Broiled Eggplant||Calories: 129|
|Make veggies the main star of you meal with this yummy eggplant, broiled with tomato vinaigrette and provolone.|
|Chicken Alfredo||Calories: 510|
|You bet - alfredo can be healthy! Give this rich and creamy chicken and broccoli alfredo recipe a try. Add whole grains by using whole wheat pasta.|
|Chicken Caesar||Calories: 188|
|Restaurant caesar salads can easily tip the scales in calories and fat. Not this one, with all the works!|
|Chicken Italiano||Calories: 400|
|This crockpot recipe is simple yet delicious! Let the Italian seasonings, wine and tomatoes meld and come to home to a succulent meal.|
|Chicken Marsala||Calories: 215|
|Chicken Marsala is a rich and savory dish that tastes great served with brown rice or whole wheat pasta.|
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