Whether you’re counting calories for a special diet or you just like to make every calorie count, dive into our most delicious low-calorie recipes.These healthy recipes from our favorite collections skimp on calories , but definitely not on flavor. If you want to eat healthy all day long, try these low-calorie breakfasts, low-calorie lunches, and low-calorie desserts.
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Low calorie recipes are instructions on how to prepare food with less calories than normal. People often eat a low calorie diet to maintain or lose weight. If a person eats less calories then is needed to maintain their size, they will lose weight. Low calorie recipes often use less sugar or use sugar substitutes as well as less oil, butter and fat.
Some foods have less calories naturally. We suggests using some of these foods in recipes to help control the calories in the recipe. Some of these foods are raisins, grapes, lettuce, mushrooms, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, fruits, popcorn, rice cakes, condiments and reduced fat milk products.
Many foods can be cooked in a lower calorie way. We also suggests using fat-free sour cream, light cream cheese or orange juice in place of fats.5 The Dietchannel.com suggests using lean cuts of meat which have less fat, and therefore less calories. Trimming the excess fat and skin can lower calories.6 Baking, broiling, grilling, poaching and steaming adds less calories to a recipe then frying, sautéing, and deep frying. WebMD says that by adding more spices and cutting back on the sugar in dessert recipes, they will have less calories.