Top 5 no salt, no fat, no sugar recipes of 2014

The no salt, no fat, no sugar list fest continues today with out Top 5 no salt, no fat, no sugar recipes for 2014. These were the most viewed posts in the recipe category for the year just ended.

My only observation before starting the list is that two of the favs are items I reblogged from other sites, showing you that I’m searching far and wide to bring you recipes you can enjoy. I would reblog more if I could find sites with recipes that are low in all three of the devil ingredients, salt, fat and sugar, but often a site will focus only on one and leave too much of the other two in recipes posted.

Baked mostaccoli, or do you call them ziti?
Baked mostaccoli, or do you call them ziti?

Our Top 5 most viewed recipes:

1. Clean-eating Crock Pot Chicken

This post is a reblog from NYC Fit Food Fashion! done by a woman named Joanne who seems to have a great attitude toward life. Thanks for the recipe Joanne, I promise to make it soon, without the salt though, as I suggested when I reposted it.

2. Pasta with Roasted Peppers

This is another reblog, from a site called My favourite pastime done by Liz who I gather is Canadian given she has a list of Canadian food sites (and spells favorite with the British ou). I enjoy many of her postings. Thanks Liz.

3. Recipe: Low-salt, low-fat baked mostaccioli

I could eat this day and night, I consider it my signature low-fat, low-salt diet dish but eating it in the amounts I like pushes my daily limits of both salt and fat, so you try to be moderate with it. One of us should be.

4. What are Some Healthy Fish Recipes?

I discuss salmon and trout in here. I’m eating a lot more of both since my angioplasty in 2012. I enjoy them both, but am constantly looking for new ways to flavor them, so I’m always open to suggestions.

5. Pizza on a restricted diet — an illustrated how-to guide

Asking me to give up pizza is like asking me to stop breathing. It’s impossible until I die. So I have come up with this pizza recipe using a whole wheat crust, salt-free sauce and veggies as toppings instead of meat. It’s still high in sodium because of the no-fat cheese and the crust, but it’s an occasional splurge for me now.



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