Healthy, fast and satisfying! My favorite recipes!

Skinny Pie

1 Graham Cracker Crust
1 bag of frozen berries, or Fresh berries (your choice)
1 1/2 cups of any flavor yogurt (I used non fat vanilla)
1 tub of lite whipped topping
4 Tablespoons Hershey's Sugar Free Chocolate Chips

Let whipped topping soften on counter. In a large bowl mix Yogurt, whipped topping, and chocolate chips until well blended. Pour into crust. Top with your choice of berries or fruit. I used blackberries, blueberries, raspberries and strawberries! 

Refrigerate for a few hours before serving.

Skinny Wings

So I'm always on the hunt for yummy recipes that won't kill me with calories.
Experimenting is the solution.

Remember those Skinny Cheese Burgers I talked about (Here) ? Well I tenderized some chicken breasts and cut them into strips/chunks and used the same sauce, and dang they were delicious!

I took the strips and sprayed my medium skillet with some spray butter and cooked the chicken till it was 3/4th done. Next I covered the bottom of the skillet with worcestershire sauce added a few squirts of low sodium ketchup and honey mustard and a few sprinkles of onion salt. I let it thicken as I stirred and flipped the chicken chunks. Paired with a little fat free ranch they made my night 10 times better!!!! The hubby even liked them! 

If I please the hubby, I know I have done darn stinking well. He's a picky eater, for sure.
tsk tsk.

Any who.

Try it, change it, whateve's let me know what you think!

(also available in the "omn nom nom" page)

Skinny Cheese Burgers

Jennie-O Turkey Patties
Low Sodium Ketchup
Frenchs Honey Mustard Dippin Sauce
Lawrys Seasoned Salt
Onion Salt
Worcestershire Sauce
 LowCarb/Whole Wheat/Fat Free Tortilla's
Low Fat Mozzarella Cheese (Shredded)
Spray Butter (ZERO calories ;) )

(Feel free to make substitutions to fit what you have and your tastes!!)

So first off throw the patties in the skillet, add a dash of Seasoned Salt to each patties, cook till done.
To the warm skillet with patties in it add Ketchup, Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, and Onion Salt, add enough just to make a slightly thick sauce. I cover the bottom of the skillet with the worcestershire sauce then add a good squirt of ketchup and a small squirt of mustard to each patty per side and then sprinkle generously with onion salt, but adjust to your tastes! 
Sprinkle shredded cheese in a row on each tortilla, chop each patty in half and place in a row on top of cheese, spoon on a little sauce, and fold burrito style.
Have either a grill pan, heating up or a counter top griddle warmed up, spray each side of "burrito" with the butter, plop it in the pan and toast each side! VIOLA!

Yogurt Dots

I love Dippin Dots, YUM! but ice cream really isn't a big part of my healthy eating routine.
So I made my own! With Yogurt!! They make a great Post Workout Snack!!
 First Gather Materialas: 

 I used a flexible plastic cutting board as my surface (they pop right off) I measured out half a serving of yogurt ( I only eat regular yogurt on occasion after workouts other than that I stick to the light fat free kinds) . Then I dolloped the yogurt into a baggie and snipped the tip! Begin dotting all over your surface of choice!

Heres my dots!, Lets just say I would not make a good cake decorator! But either way BAM   these babies are ready to pop in the freezer. They literally only take minutes to freeze!

VIOLA! I just bent the plastic and they fell right into my bowl, you can snack on them one by one, eat them with a spoon or do as you please! These also make a GREAT snack for children of all ages, including my big child (the hubby) LOL!

Banana Bread Cookies
(66 calories per cookie)
Yields 6 cookies

 2 brown banana's
1/2 cup Quick oats
1 capful Vanilla Extract
1 TBSP Hershey's Sugar Free Chocolate Chips

Preheat over to 350. 
With a fork mush up the bananas, add in quick outs and vanilla, mix well.  
Lightly grease a cookie sheet, dollop mixture onto sheet and press flat with fork. (cookies do not need to be spaced far as they do not rise or spread)
Press a few chocolate chips into each cookie , bake for 15 minutes and ENJOY!

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