It’s top 10 year-in-review list time again and we’ll join the trend by writing about our Top 10 Most Viewed No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Recipes for 2017. Our No Salt, No Fat, No Sugar Recipe Page, featuring scores of recipes we’ve found and/or tried ourselves, was far and away the most viewed thing on our site in 2017, drawing 14,101 views.
But I wanted to drill down a little deeper to see which recipes on the page visitors were clicking on most. The results :
The American Heart Association has a recipe page that’s a great place to get ideas for low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar recipes. I sometimes think the recipes they post could be even lower in all of the evil three, but I’m not going to quibble with them today. I found this fun recipe for chicken with strawberry and pineapple salsa that I intend to try out.
I’m thinking it would be really great in the summer with freshly harvested strawberries, but these days you can get strawberries in winter months too, so you can make it as a Christmas season surprise for family and friends too.
The ingredient list from the Heart Association site:
With the holiday season in full swing, it’s a sure bet you’ll be cooking more for the various people who will be showing up on your doorstep this time of year. So I’ve been busy clipping recipes that are low-salt, low-sugar and low-fat, are quick to make, and sound pretty tasty too to share with you.
Expect to see more cookbook reviews here in coming weeks and months. We’re planning to add a cookbook section to our recipe page to further help you find low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar recipes.
Regulars to our blog may read a recent cookbook review we featured for a book called The Organic Heart. Expect to see more cookbook reviews here in coming weeks and months. We’re planning to add a cookbook section to our recipe page to further help you find low-salt, low-fat, low-sugar recipes.
Already on the way for us to review is THE SUPER CARB DIET: Shed Pounds, Build Strength, Eat Real Food by Biggest Loser trainer Bob Harper and The Complete Month of Meals Collection from the American Diabetic Association.
This site has lots of baby carrot recipes you can pick through for your Christmas side-dish choices. And I just came across a new carrot recipe from Cooking Light magazine, balsamic onion and thyme carrots.
Baby carrots are a great side to have around for holiday entertaining. Raw they can be put out as a snack or appetizer. Cooking them opens a world of flavors you can add. This site has lots of baby carrot recipes you can pick through for your Christmas side-dish choices.
Heart disease has been called the silent killer, but it’s also the sudden, often unexpected killer. You can be feeling perfectly fine one moment and have a heart attack or stroke the next without any warning, or at least without any warning you recognize. Believe me, I know, having had two stents implanted in my clogged arteries in the past five years.
So any cookbook that starts with a tale of heart disease is sure to get my attention and The Organic Heart is just such a book. The author’s husband was a seemingly healthy young man when heart failure struck. She determined to aid in his recovery by creating new gluten-free, dairy free, “clean food” recipes to cook for them both are the result is this cookbook and its website.