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With pre-cooked chicken from your local deli, this tasty chicken salad can be whipped up in a flash.
When miniature sweet peppers aren't available, spoon some of this herb-flavored cheese filling onto cut pieces of regular-size sweet peppers.
Homemade tomato salsa makes this healthful version of the BLT a cut above the rest. To make this a no-cook meal, use pre-cooked, microwavable turkey bacon.
This elegant first-course soup made with two ripe avocados is sublime. Blend the ingredients until they're almost but not quite smooth, with a bit of texture remaining from the onion and carrot.
This sophisticated spread also tastes terrific on thin slices of toasted French bread. At just 29 calories per serving, you'll love it as a guilt-free snack.
Rice paper wraps up a mixture of zesty Daikon radishes, jalapeņo peppers, carrots, and cucumbers in this no-cook dish. You can find Daikon radishes in the Asian produce section of your supermarket or a local Asian food store
Naturally sweetened orange juice and mild rice vinegar combine with nutty sesame oil to make a flavorful dressing for this salad. Pre-cooked chicken is available at your grocer's deli; toasted sesame oil is available in any Asian market.
Opt for an English cucumber for this yummy appetizer. Although it's slightly more expensive than regular cucumbers, it has fewer seeds, and the slices will be easier to pick up when they're topped with the turkey salad.
You won't find a salad like this one anywhere. It brings together the yummy combination of heart-boosting fruits, such as raspberries and cranberries, with the important plant sterols found in spinach! It's the perfect side dish for a chicken dinner.
Forget old-fashioned three-bean salad-try this snazzy version that features garbanzo beans, small white beans, and baby limas fired up with jalapeņo peppers. Seasoned with cilantro and a low-carb dressing, it will jazz up any dinner.
If you're looking to add flair to your fiesta table, hollow out a mini pineapple or the bottom half of a regular pineapple for a fun, festive serving dish, then fill it with our tangy salsa.
Similar to hummus, this easy dip trims fat and calories by blending white beans with just a dab of sour cream rather than using all sour cream or cheese like many other dips.
Serve this easy no-cook appetizer for nibbling while you prepare your main dish.
Including five fruits a day in your heart-healthy meal plan is easy when you jump-start your morning with this scrumptious, fat-trimmed berry or peach parfait.
Craving a no-bake dessert? Try this creamy fruit-filled dessert that's way lighter on calories than standard cheesecake. It has all the wonderful flavor of cheesecake but with far less fat-and it's a lot easier to make!
To eliminate the need to buy three different whole melons, look for cut-up melon balls or cubes in the produce section of your grocery store. Or use 2 cups of a single melon variety.
You won't believe how delicious a no-fat chocolate dessert can be. This mousse is so easy, you can whip it up at a moment's notice. Because you're using ricotta cheese, the mousse takes on a slightly grainy texture.