Recipes and Posts Tagged fruit

Yogurt, Fruit & Granola

Granola bars are convenient, but like most prepared foods, convenience comes at a price. The banana granola bar pictured below is less than 1 ounce (25 g) and has 110 calories. It’s also low in sodium (40 mg). That does not seem too bad except you only get 1 gram ...

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Banana Lassi

Fruit Lassi

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A Lassi is a refreshing, low fat, low calorie, yogurt based beverage popular in India and Pakistan. It is available at roadside cafes and major hotels and restaurants. A basic Lassi is a slightly sweetened mixture of unflavored yogurt thinned with water and served cold. For a richer drink, you can ...

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Fillo Pudding Tart

Fillo Shells (phyllo)

Whether you spell if filo, fillo, or phyllo, this paper thin, crisp versatile dough can be used for sweet or savory recipes.  These, light, crispy, fillo shells look elegant, are very easy to make, and have about 45 calories for a large 3.5″ (88 mm) diameter shell. You can make ...

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Homemade Ham and Cheese Omelet

Easy 2-Egg Omelette Recipe

Whether you spell it omelette or omelet, versatile omelettes are another way of cooking beaten eggs, and you can prepare this easy 2-egg omelette recipe dozens of ways. Omelette cooking times take about twice as long as making scrambled eggs, but it is worth the extra effort to enjoy a delicious ...

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Almost Seedless Watermelon

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Seedless Watermelon Label

When you pay a premium price for a watermelon or any fruit, you expect to get what you pay for. Seedless watermelons are priced higher than watermelons with seeds. A few weeks ago, I bought a mini seedless melon. In the United States disclaimers rule. Sell wrinkle-free clothing with a warning ... more

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Fresh Produce?

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Green Bananas

It is unfortunate many Americans never eaten fresh, tree or vine ripened fruit. Most supermarket produce is far from fresh. They are picked days or weeks before they are ripe to withstand mechanical picking, storage and transportation. Some fruits and vegetables have travelled more miles than some people. Produce from ... more

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