No salt, no sugar, no fat recipes

Our guide to low and no salt, low and no fat and low and no sugar recipes you can enjoy

My low-fat, low-salt manicotti, One of these has 128 calories, 1.8 grams of fat and 70 mgs of sodium. I eat five at a time

My low-fat, low-salt manicotti, One of these has 128 calories, 1.8 grams of fat and 70 mgs of sodium. I eat five at a time

Main Courses

Poultry

Couscous-stuffed chicken

5 low-sodium meals to consider

Simple can be delicious, try this no-salt chicken recipe

Slow-Roasted chicken with lots of garlic

Chicken parmigiana for everyone: here’s a low-salt recipe

Low-salt, low-sugar barbecue chicken with a garlic kick

Clean Eating Crock Pot Chicken: tried it, loved it

A new take on turkey meatballs — apples and cranberries

Clean Eating Crock Pot Chicken

How Many Ways Can You Prepare White Meat Chicken?

Seafood

Garlic-herbed scallops — hold the butter, still delicious

Some simple, yet tasty, salmon recipes from Costco Connection

A new take on a favorite, Greek roasted tilapia

Try scallops for a taste of seafood that doesn’t overwhlem

A mussel options that keeps the salt relatively low

Steelhead trout: a variation better than the norm?

Salmon salad for a lazy Saturday dinner treat

Turning leftovers into a treat — a wonderful salmon salad

Fish tacos: here’s how to make them healthier

Ahi tuna on the grill, with a lime twist

Tilapia — with a little chili kick

A salmon dish for garlic lovers

An arctic char recipe for Christmas time, or any time

Lobster and grilled vegetables — an illustrated guide

What Are Some Healthy Fish Recipes?

Vegetarian Main Dishes

Low-fat, low-salt eggplant parmasan

A vegetarian hot dog that actually sounds tasty

A quinoa burger I would like? The jury’s still out on this one

Pasta with Roasted Peppers

Recipe: Low-salt, low-fat baked mostaccioli

Low-salt, low-fat baked mostaccioli: gotta love it

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

Can You Ever Make a Quick, Healthy Meal?

Why Should You Cook Several Dishes at Once?

Side Dishes

Asparagus with balsamic tomoatoes

A funky summer take on a cucumber salad

Grilled artichokes — where have you been all my life?

Tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions…gotta love it

Stunning tomato recipes — maybe not stunning but worth checking

Zucchini lovers rejoice — here’s 10 recipe options

A different option for low-salt, canned tomatoes

Potatoes, artichokes..what’s not to love?

The winning recipe for Battle Eggplant at the Frank house

An original eggplant recipe from the Frank family, next generation

Roasted potatoes as a holiday side

Simple salads of carrots, cabbage and celery root

Tomatoes and cucumbers — two fun summer salads
Breakfast Fruit: a great road alternative

Why aren’t grilled vegetable plates common in America?

Roasted Garlic Dressing

A Simple Side Dish: Peas and Onions

Making Dash Delicious

Low-fat mashed potatoes — here’s how

Special Occasion Meals

A No-salt Easter Entrée – Couscous-stuffed chicken

Low-salt, Low-fat recipes for Super Bowl

Low-sodium Thanskgiving hacks from across the Web

Low-sodium Thanksgiving green beans — pick and choose here

Here’s your low-sodium Thanksgiving menu!!!

No salt, no sugar Memorial Day recipes — more salmon in foil

No salt, no sugar Memorial Day recipes — bring out the shrimp

No salt, no sugar Memorial Day recipes — a great grilled berry dessert

No salt, no sugar Memorial Day recipes — barbecued chicken

What can I eat Super Bowl Sunday on a restricted diet?

What Can Someone on a Restricted Diet Eat on Christmas Day?

What Can Someone on a Restricted Diet Eat on Christmas Eve?

Christmas dinner dressing: here’s a low fat, low sodium variety

Thanksgiving Menu: Can you make a low-sodium bread stuffing?

Low-Salt Thanskgiving side dishes

Roasted potatoes as a holiday side

How to find a low-sodium Thanksgiving turkey

Super Bowl Low-salt, low-fat party menu — try swordfish steaks as a main course

Super Bowl Party dishes — try fat-free twice-baked potatoes

Super Bowl Treats — Puff pastry shells with salasa, mushroom, tomato combo

Fourth of July low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar cookout options

Tilapia, zucchini and corn, a wonderful summer meal

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49 Responses to No salt, no sugar, no fat recipes

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  24. rehab doc says:

    Saw your comment on the NYT and am glad to see you’re doing well with no salt/fat/sugar. Cathy Fisher’s Straight Up Food blog (http://www.straightupfood.com/blog/) is a great resource with plenty of recipes, including baked goods. Nothing but real food and all quite delicious once one’s tastebuds have adapted to eating whole foods.

    • Thanks, I’ll check it out, are the recipes there low sodium and low fat? spm often recipes calling themselves healthy still have a lot of one or the other of those, especially when it comes to restaurants’ so-called healthy menus.

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    Can you email receipts with no salt. My dad just got on a no salt strict diet due to severe a scores. We are lost!

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  44. Anne Perry says:

    Thanks for sharing your healthy cooking recipe with us . For healthy and fit body once should eat healthy food first.And have controlled on their diet.

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