Recipes in the 'Low Sugar' category

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Prepare your tastebuds for a taste of the tropics. With these Hawaiian pork chops, any night can be a luau at your dinner table. Serve with wild rice or a scrumptious serving of broccoli.

Use your noodle and prepare this creamy chicken casserole. Comprised of only the healthiest ingredients, this delicious dish is certain to be a real crowd pleaser.

For anyone watching their sugar intake, this dessert makes a super sweet treat. It's creamy, fruity and full of flavor!

Think you've bean there, done that? Not so fast. You'll be a ragin' Cajun with these homemade red beans that are a taste of New Orleans. Just add hot sauce for an extra kick.

Go bananas for this alternative to the traditional dessert. I scream, you scream, we all scream for this cottage cheese-based dish that's simply divine.

In the immortal words of Pink Floyd, "if you don't eat your meat, you can't have any pudding." And that would be a crying shame if you missed out on this apple bread pudding.

Why not serve this creamy soup with a crispy French baguette? Or you can always freeze it in a gallon-sized freezer bag, then thaw and reheat in the crock-pot.

Just because you're skipping the sugar doesn't mean you have to miss out on those gourmet goodies. Enjoy traditional pumpkin pie served in a not-so-traditional fashion.

This delightful vegan breakfast dish will satisfy the whole family. Packed with nutrients and flavor, this dish is likely to become a staple in your breakfast recipe repertoire.

This savory kosher lentil soup will warm you up and delight your taste buds. It's very soothing, it's good for you and it's easy to make.

Everyone is sure to gobble up these turkey tenderloins. You just need to give them a Thai. Sure, they're spicy, but every now and then you need to wake up your tastebuds.

This is not your ordinary stir-fry. The dry-roasted peanuts and the seasonings give this chicken dish and added kick you'll love.

This is a hardy meal your whole family will enjoy. It's also a great dish to serve at a dinner party.


There's something fishy going on around here, and it's this grilled halibut dish. The lemon-butter combo makes it good to the gills.

These moist, crunchy, and fruity dessert bars are great for just about any occasion. There's no added sugar, so no guilt about making them for your kids, or eating them yourself!

These are delicious pancakes with bananas and nuts. Great for breakfast, or as a dessert.

This is a very versatile dish that can be served as a dinner or a brunch. Kids love finding the nested eggs!

Squash blossoms have a delicate, zucchini-like flavor. Cheese-filled and fried squash blossoms like these are popular in the Mediterranean, and likely will be with your friends and family, too!


This delicious baked macaroni dish from Greece is great pick for the whole family! Try it with tomatoes fresh from the garden or your local farmers' market.

When you're in the mood for a soup dish that's certain to bowl you over, this white bean soup is the ultimate comfort food. Can the cans and go homemade.

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