I know so many friends and family members who start every new year with the same resolution - eat healthier. While this can be a struggle for some, just because you have to eat better doesn't mean you have to sacrifice taste!
For starters, cut out the soda and try drinking flavored seltzer or even better, flavored water, as a substitute. For mealtime, there are a number of different and creative recipes that are low cal and guilt-free.
From buffalo chicken dip to pasta with Alfredo sauce and even cake pops, we've got a few skinny recipes that are a must-make this year to help make a new you. Who knows, maybe you'll even stick to your resolution!
Skip the wings and sliders and try these buffalo chicken lettuce wraps. If you need an extra topping, try low-fat ranch!
Alfredo sauce is usually a fattening and high in calories, but this recipe uses low sodium chicken broth, healthy greek yogurt and skim milk for a creamy skinny sauce you can indulge in.
At only 84 calories a serving, these citrus shrimp with a little bit of spice make a great appetizer or even a meal on its own served with a healthy side.
Each year we vow to eat more cake. Easily whip up these skinny cake pops with egg whites, preserves and light yogurt for a flavorful, low-fat dessert.
Pizza is everyone's guilt pleasure, but serve it on a low calorie whole wheat pita with an extra helping of veggies and a healthier chicken sausage and it becomes an easy guilt-free meal.
Using reduced-fat and low-sodium deli meats will always make a sandwhich healthier, but my favorite thing about a reuben is the Russian dressing. Mix up a lighter recipe and still enjoy your favorite sandwich guilt-free!
Nix the mayo and try this mix of veggies and dried fruits with a little greek yogurt make this tuna salad a healthy snack.
These brownies might not sound super appetizing, but they sure are sweet! Mixed up with black beans, sugar and both cocoa espresso powder, you can still enjoy a healthy dessert.
Dips are always popular when watching a game with friends or tailgating. Bring this low fat version and your friends will never know the difference! As long as Frank's Red Hot is involved, they're bellies will be happy.
Get your fiber and protein out of this meal with whole wheat noodles! A creamy yogurt and reduced-fat cheese sauce make this dish low in fat too.