With Christmas only two days away, this Saturday is likely one of last-minute rushing around and hurried eating for you. So what better meal tonight than some quick pizzas…no, not the store-bought or ordered kind, pizza you make at home to ensure it is low in salt and fat. I written about different low-salt crust… Continue Reading →
We started our 12 days of no-salt, no-fat, no-sugar Christmas meals with a great new chicken recipe I tried recently that includes a strawberry/pineapple salsa. So let’s follow that tonight with a simple but delicious scallop dish. Scallops can be made simply on the stove-top in hot oil. Add flavorings that you enjoy to spice… Continue Reading →
We’re bringing back a site favorite this holiday season, our 12 days of no-salt, no-sugar Christmas recipes to help you come up with a fun and healthy menu for this busiest time of year. I’ll be linking to and discussing recipe favorites every day for the next 12, starting today with a recipe I wrote… Continue Reading →
We’re back with our 2nd annual No Salt, No Sugar recipes for the 12 days of Christmas.
The holidays are upon us and, if you’re on a no-salt, no-fat, no-sugar diet like I am, you’re likely scratching your head about what you’ll cook for all your guests and family that will keep them happy but also will keep you on your eating plan. Put your worries aside, The No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Journal present our special 12 days of Christmas recipes
Keep in mind I’ll be posting my 12 Days of No-salt, No-fat, No-sugar Christmas recipes as we get closer to the big day Dec. 25.
Fish of all types has become a bigger part of my eating routine since my 2012 angioplasty, so I’m always open to new varieties. Arctic char is a fresh water fish that started making its way here in the 1990s from northern climes in Europe and Iceland. It’s a bit of a cross between trout and… Continue Reading →
Thank you to all our viewers, I can promise you the best is yet to come. Watch for an expanded recipe page this year. No salt, no sugar recipes have become the major draw to the site, so we will be experimenting with new recipes this year and invite our readers to send us theirs.
Keep coming back here all year for more great recipes, news about ingredients and other helpful shopping tips.
Happy 2015 everyone, let’s hope the world find some peace this year for all the troubles of recent times.