This hearty version of Pasta Primavera gets an extra dimension from the presence of pesto.
Author: HHF Admin
Lean protein and non-starchy vegetables are an unbeatable combination when you’re trying to lose weight. This simple, classic “spaghetti” with meat sauce is so flavorful you won’t even notice you’re getting a double-dose of vegetables on your plate.
Also known as “beef goulash,” this recipe is often made with the addition of sour cream, but the real heart of the flavor is the interaction of meat and paprika, and this version of a comfort food classic (served on a bed of squash noodles) is totally Paleo-friendly.
The combination of salty feta cheese and dry white wine turns this pasta dish into something a little sophisticated. Serve it with slices of roast lamb.
This is a grown-up version of Mac n’ Cheese, dressed up with two kinds cheese and the salty surprise of bacon. Because bacon makes everything better.
This is a meat sauce that shares top billing with tomatoes and greens. If you’re craving the taste of a sausage and peppers sub, substitute 2 diced Bell peppers and a chopped yellow onion for the arugula and enjoy.
SHRIMP, FETA, OLIVES AND ZUCCHINI PASTA
Even if your only connection to “chia” is that chia pet you had as a kid, trust me; you’ll want to add this ingredient to your diet. Chia seeds are practically all fiber and the rest is a healthy mix of Omega-3 fatty acids and other good things.
This easy pasta takes a lot less time to prepare than its carb-heavy cousin Moussaka. It can be lightened up even more by using part-skim ricotta.
This rustic pasta dish has a fresh “French country” taste.
Pumpkin seeds, also known as “pepitas,” have a surprisingly assertive flavor despite their small size. They are a good source of zinc, which boosts the immune system and also regulates testosterone levels.
Cincinnati chili is often enhanced by sweet spices like cinnamon and cloves or even added chocolate. This recipe makes a chunkier, con carne style that can be eaten alone as well as in the Cincinnati style over noodles.