Top Rated Low Fat Recipes

Low-Fat Butternut Squash Soup with Maple Syrup Froth and Cinnamon Recipe
I just got back from a long weekend of snowshoeing and rest and relaxation at Lake Placid Lodge in the Adirondack Mountains where I had a delicious butternut squash soup -- heavenly and creamy roasted butternut squash soup topped with maple syrup froth and a dash cinnamon.My husband and I ate several memorable and delicious farm to table meals at Artisans Restaurant which overlooks the lake. The butternut squash soup was far and away my favorite menu item that I couldn't wait to get home to recreate but using much lighter ingredients, of course.  My version eliminates a few hundred calories at least.In planning the skinny version of this soup, I realized that what makes it special is that it's topped with a flavorful maple syrup froth. To cut out significant fat calories, I used vegetable stock in place of heavy cream and added a potato to give it body and apple to make it a little tart.  There is no oil, butter, or cream. In fact, you would never know that there is less than one gram of fat per serving.The froth is made with 2% milk and scented with Adirondack region maple syrup from South Meadow Farm Sugarworks in Lake Placid. The creamy maple froth and a dash of cinnamon created a to die for combination for this low fat, creamy soup.I feel virtuous knowing that I'm off to a good start for the new year at only 115 calories and just under 2 Weight Watchers Points Plus points per serving!
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Mango Protein Smoothie
Recipe Courtesy of Mango.orgThis smoothie is balanced in both flavor and nutritional content. The peanut butter provides protein and healthy fat, the mango contributes fiber, and the banana offers carbohydrates and potassium. Just remember to chop up the mango and throw it in the freezer the night before.
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4.5
yogurt pops
Whether you’re topping ice cream sandwiches and sundaes or making a tasty treat from scratch, Fruity Pebbles is sure to add some fun color to your treats.
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4.5
Bonne Maman
Whether you’re looking for a healthy, delicious breakfast on-the-go or you want to take the time to present this frothy pink drink beautifully, this simple smoothie will get the job done.This recipe is courtesy of Bonne Maman.
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4.5
Eggnog
Unfortunately, your average cup of eggnog can really bust your waistline. Not to fear, for there are low-fat eggnog recipes — with skim milk and less cream — that will allow you to sip on this holiday staple without feeling guilty. To enjoy this recipe as a hot drink, prepare it on the stove and serve it immediately after it’s ready.  This recipe is courtesy of Food Network.
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soup
You thought you couldn’t possibly get your tomato soup fix without some grilled cheese? Think again! The part-skim cheese and non-stick spray assure a lower calorie count but still pack these croutons with the same expected flavor!
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A rich and creamy way to start the morning without worrying about disarray in the kitchen.
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Blueberry Pancake Juice
On Sunday I created a juice that satisfied my craving for blueberry pancakes. I know you know how I am feeling here at the end of my juice cleanse. Who says you can’t have a tasty breakfast if your juicing?
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 250 g Flour, Wheat, White, Self Raising, (9oz)  2 teaspoons (as purchased) Baking Powder  1 teaspoons Bicarbonate of Soda  1/2 teaspoons Salt  110 g Sugar, Muscovado, light, (4oz) or soft brown sugar     2 medium Egg, Whole  1 teaspoons (level) Vanilla Extract     175 ml Milk, Skimmed, (6fl oz)  50 g Margarine, Soft, Polyunsaturated, (1 3/4oz), melted and cooled     225 g Carrots, Old, Raw, (8oz), finely grated  50 g Raisins, (1 3/4oz)To serve:  150 g Cheese, Soft, Medium Fat, (5 1/2oz)  2 teaspoons (level) Sugar, Icing     1 zest(s) of 1 Orange, 1 tsp finely grated orange rind    Preheat the oven to 350 F. Spray an 8" square baking pan with nonstick spray.Sift t6he flour, baking powder, cinnamon, baking soda and salt into a medium bowl.Combine the granulated sugar, egg, egg white and oil in a large bowl and stir until blended. Add the flour mixture and stir just until combined. Stir in the pineapple and reserved liquid, carrots and raisins. Scrape the batter into the pan. Bake until a toothpick inserted into the centre comes out clean, 25 to 30 minutes. Cool the cake in the pan on a rack for 10 minutes. Remove the cake from the pan and cool completely on the rack.Beat the cream cheese, confections' sugar and maple syrup in a medium bowl just until blended and smooth. Spread on top of the cooled cake. Cut into 12 squares. 
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Low-Fat Vanilla Cupcakes
You might think there’s no way you could possibly get any sexier with all the cupcake baking you’ve been up to by now, but sometimes you just need to fit into that particular pair of pants (or skirt or dress or tube top) that makes you feel sexy... but you’re not willing to give up cupcakes. Correction, there’s no way in freakin’ hell you’re putting down those cupcakes. Now you don’t have to, thanks to these vanilla-scented gems. See all dessert recipes.
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Low-Fat Chocolate Pudding
This healthy dessert is ideal for when you are in need of a chocolate pick-me-up. 
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2.5
Pomegranate-Berry Smoothie
This smoothie is perfect for breakfast on the go. It's loaded with antioxidants thanks to the pomegranate juice and mixed berries, and low-fat yogurt gives it a little extra oomph of richness that rounds out the flavor.
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