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It's creamy and delicious, and you won't miss the pasta. Plus, it's loaded with beta-carotene for stronger hair and smoother skin.
Make it: Preheat oven to 400°F, toss to sweet potatoes, cubed, in olive oil, and spread out in a layer in a casserole dish. Roast minutes. Meanwhile, melt Tbsp butter in a pot and whisk in Tbsp flour. Cook to minutes. Whisk in cups skim milk, tsp nutmeg, a dash of salt and pepper, and cook until thick. Add cups shredded reduced-fat cheddar and cup grated Parmesan. Pour sauce over potatoes, mix, sprinkle on top ¼ cup each Parmesan and cheddar, and bake to minutes.
Replace your standard pizza crust with this nutrient-rich version that's lower in calories and carbs.
Make it: Mix cups cauliflower crumbles (or rice), cup shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese, cup grated Parmesan, Tbsp Italian seasoning, tsp garlic powder, egg whites, a dash of Kosher salt, and pepper. Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper, spread the "dough" on it and shape into a pizza crust. Place in a 450°F oven for to minutes until golden brown and crispy. Add sauce, cheese and toppings, then pop in oven to melt.
These bites are surprisingly packed with flavor plus good-for-you vitamins and minerals.
Make it: Boil cups broccoli florets for minute, then immerse in cold water to stop cooking. Drain well. Chop broccoli finely and mix with large eggs, lightly beaten, cup finely diced yellow onion, cup reduced-fat shredded Cheddar, cup panko bread crumbs, tsp each garlic powder, onion powder, and tsp each salt and pepper. Refrigerate minutes to firm. Then form tot shapes (about Tbsp each) and place on baking sheet coated with oil spray. Mist tot tops with oil and bake in oven at 400°F for minutes, flipping halfway through until golden brown and crispy.
Add a few spoonfuls of canned pumpkin to your bowl of oatmeal or prepared pancake batter for a big hit of vitamin A.
Slice a red bell pepper into big chunks and use each vitamin C- and fiber-rich piece as a scooper for Greek yogurt or hummus.
Pour a cup or two of frozen diced carrots and peas into your favorite canned soup while you're warming it in the pan.
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