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{Food Dish} "Healthy" Dishes I Can Handle

Kate Ensign-Lewis - December 28, 2011

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I want to eat healthier. Really, I do. But so often "healthy" translates to "blah." But these dishes make eating healthy look like a piece of zucchini cake.

I'm not known for a light palate. (Remember this?) So, resolution #4 this year should make total sense: eat better. This means fewer calories (no more late night cookie runs), less fat, and more fruits and vegetables.

I've really been meaning to eat better for a long time, but my love of food always causes me to stop short. "Healthy" often means sacrificing flavor. With these dishes, though, I think I can make that crucial first step. Are you with me?

(Note: I deemed these healthy only with my untrained eye on the ingredients. Many of them do not have calorie counts, but my hunch is that they're low.)

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Sweet Potato Skins (Photo from Pinch of Yum)

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Parmesan-Roasted Broccoli with Pine Nuts (Photo from Ezra Pound Cake)

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Fresh Corn and Tomato Saute (Photo from The Parsley Thief)

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Healthy Muffins (Photo from Sweet Make Me Smile)

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Prawn Salad Sandwich (Photo from An American in Ireland)

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Spring Vegetable Saute (Photo from Sauce and Sensibility)

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Fish Tacos with Mandarin Orange Salsa (Photo from Give Me Some Oven)

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Quick and Healthy Turkey Chili (Photo from The Yummy Life)


And, speaking of that zucchini cake . . .

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Healthy Chocolate Cake with Zucchini (Photo from Baltic Maid)
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