{Food Dish} "Healthy" Dishes I Can Handle

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.)

Sweet Potato Skins (Photo from Pinch of Yum)

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

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

Healthy Muffins (Photo from Sweet Make Me Smile)

Prawn Salad Sandwich (Photo from An American in Ireland)

Spring Vegetable Saute (Photo from Sauce and Sensibility)

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

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

And, speaking of that zucchini cake . . .

Healthy Chocolate Cake with Zucchini (Photo from Baltic Maid)
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