Balsamic Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower

I can’t stand cauliflower, but I’m thinking this would taste good with just the broccoli, will have to try it.

Vittles and Voyages

January 25, 2015

Good morning everyone!

As part of my continuation of my last blog post about healthy eating, I’m going to keep going and post some more recipes, hopefully some that will help you put together your own healthy eating plan. Along with high quality, low-fat protein sources (one of my main focuses at every meal, as of now), you need some good veggies that are low carb and high in nutrients to help fill up the plate.

While salad (without the heavy dressing, croutons and cheese) is always a good choice to get lots of veggies and volume to fill you up, especially during the winter, I want warm food, comfort food, not usually healthy food. Time to get creative and start roasting!

Lucky for me, I grew up eating broccoli with dinner almost every night (for a while it was one of the few green vegetables I…

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5 thoughts on “Balsamic Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower”

  1. Thank You for these posts; I am new to low fat, low sugar, low carb, low sodium cooking which I must do due to health issues. I surfed the web and found this which, to me, seemed a really good option so I really appreciate the posts. I am using the Ms Dash instead of salts and really like them. Hardest thing is going w/o cheese and bread (due to wheat). Such a controversy over the wheat and I need to loose weight.

    This sounds good but I would omit the 2nd round of balsamic; that is very strong.

    Right now I am looking for a good low sodium, low fat trout recipe.

    Elizabeth Snerle

    Chilliwack, B.C.

    Canada

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    From: The No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Journal [mailto:comment-reply@wordpress.com] Sent: January-26-15 11:56 AM To: snerle@shaw.ca Subject: [New post] Balsamic Roasted Broccoli and Cauliflower

    John N. Frank posted: “I can’t stand cauliflower, but I’m thinking this would taste good with just the broccoli, will have to try it.”

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