Category: Fitness Food

  • Shepherd’s Pie

    From Fitness Food comes this lower-fat version of an old favorite. Ground beef, vegetables, and herbs are baked in a casserole with a mashed potato “crust”. Delicious! Chris says: We should have invited Damon over for this; he loves Shepherd’s Pie. Lisa says: You’re right, we should have! This is good, I like that you […]

  • Green Lentil & Vegetable Curry

    This recipe from Fitness Foods combined a bunch of tasty veggies, two kinds of potatoes, and savory sauce to make a really tasty, filling meal. We decided next time we make this we’ll use our spicier red curry, as the green curry we went with wasn’t quite as hot as we would have liked. Green […]

  • Moussaka with Chickpea Salad

    Tonight, via Fitness Food, is this low-fat version of the Greek standard. Calories are reduced by grilling the eggplant slices instead of frying them, and when preparing the white sauce eggs are omitted, and lowfat/nonfat milk and cheese are used instead of their full-fat counterparts. The flavors were dead-on, and the portions were generous. We’ll […]

  • Guilt-Free Fish & Chips

    Who knew you could make “healthy” fish and chips? Other than some cooking spray, there’s no oil at all in this recipe from Fitness Food. We made this with “true cod” from Whole Foods, though any firm white fish would work well in this recipe. We also had different potatoes than listed below, but other […]

  • Bizarre Recipes Vol. 1, No. 1: Baked Sweet Potatoes Mexicana

    Lisa was browsing through Fitness Food and found this pretty odd recipe: a baked sweet potato covered with ground beef and salsa. Bizarre? Yep! We liked all the ingredients separately, however, so there was a pretty good chance it’d taste good together… and it did. The sweet of the potatoes was a nice contrast to […]