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  • Grilling foods is a great way to impart a smoky and intense flavor without adding lots of fat. The buttermilk helps season the chicken and keep it moist.Explore Recipe »

  • This lightened-up lemon loaf gains some moisture with the addition of sour cream. Serve it with your favorite preserves for breakfast or enjoy plain as a snack.Explore Recipe »

  • Lemon and cardamom are prevalent flavors in Mediterranean desserts and sweets. Unlike the traditional versions, this recipe has a much lower fat content. The dough can also be frozen for up to 1 month before slicing and baking.Explore Recipe »

  • Buttermilk, especially low-fat buttermilk, is great for baking. It has a slightly tangy flavor, which goes well with the lemon and rhubarb. If you can't find fresh rhubarb, you can use the frozen variety. Just be sure to thaw and drain well before adding to the batter.Explore Recipe »

  • Risotto isn't difficult to make, but you do need a bit of patience. Two expert tips: don't rush it--enjoy your cooking time; and be sure to stir constantly as you're adding the broth. Follow these instructions and you'll get that creamy texture that's classic to Italian risotto.Explore Recipe »

  • This is a great make-ahead soup. Not only does it taste better the next day, but it freezes beautifully. Simply portion into single servings, freeze, and then pop one in your lunch sack for work. It should be thawed out enough to reheat in the microwave when lunchtime rolls around.Explore Recipe »

  • Shredded carrots add a crunch to this light appetizer, but you can change it up with other vegetables, such as bean sprouts. When entertaining, keep the meat separate and provide a variety of veggies to choose so guests can assemble their own wraps.Explore Recipe »

  • Icebox pies have been a staple of southern cuisine since the invention of the refrigerator. With fat-free condensed milks coming onto the market, you can make this favorite virtually guilt-free.Explore Recipe »

  • Try serving these low-fat meatballs with freshly cooked spaghetti and homemade tomato sauce for a warm, filling dinner.Explore Recipe »

  • This updated version of the 1950s classic lacks much of the fat and calories without sacrificing the taste. Try your favorite flavor of low-fat cream soup or substitute rotisserie-cooked chicken for tuna.Explore Recipe »

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