- Evelyn Carman
The salmon look really good, but I’ve never enjoyed Greek salad. Could you give me another option? Thanks!
- Luna Regina
Hi …! Yes we could, and thank you for choosing us. We have plenty of other options, and here are several ones we think you’d enjoy:
– Butternut Squash Casserole: It’s a hearty casserole with tender squash, chewy mushrooms, and topped with melted cheese. It adds a healthy amount of carbs to the meal, really making it more wholesome.
– Spinach Artichoke Dip: The dip is originally made by baking steamed spinach with tons of cheese, but we did a low-fat take and it’s awesome. The spinach is soft, coated in a creamy sauce and topped with golden, melty mozzarella that you can scoop with chips, bread sticks, or anything you fancy.
– Roasted Beet: Or if you fancy something easy and simple, this recipe is for you. Beetroots, carrots, sweet potatoes, onions coated in spices and roasted to perfection.
These dishes yield the similar calories to the salad, so you don’t have to worry about whether you’re gaining extra calories or not.
We hope you’ll enjoy one of these recipes!
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Head Chef, Culinary Consultant
Tuyet Pham is an award-winning Saigonese chef who believes that joy is the secret ingredient to delicious food. At Healthy Recipes 101, Tuyet personally tests and simplifies every recipe, ensuring maximum flavor with minimal effort. With a background at prestigious French restaurants P’TI Saigon and Le Corto, Tuyet knows how to make every dish exceptional.
Luna Regina is an accomplished writer and author who dedicates her career to empowering home cooks and making cooking effortless for everyone. She is the founder of HealthyKitchen101.com and HealthyRecipes101.com, where she works with her team to develop easy, nutritious recipes and help aspiring cooks choose the right kitchen appliances.
Lizzie Streit is a Minneapolis-based dietitian and founder of It’s a Veg World After All. She completed her MS in Human Nutrition from Drexel University, and is an expert in culinary nutrition, recipe development, and nutrition communications. Lizzie’s philosophy is centered around making nutrition recommendations, and especially the advice to eat more vegetables, approachable and realistic. She is excited to be working with the team at Healthy Recipes 101 to ensure that their recipes are both nutritious and delicious.