Easy, Low-Calorie Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Snacks

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Easy, Low-Calorie Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Snacks
Three-cup breakfast
Ham and Swiss sandwich with grape salad
Black bean and zucchini quesadillas
Apple and cheddar
Vanilla maple French toast with
rasberry sauce
Better BLT
Pesto-style chicken and pasta
Balsamic strawberries romanoff
Waffles and berries
Turkey avocado wrap
Cilantro-lime shrimp fajitas
Honey curry dip with carrots
Peanut butter and banana pancakes
Classic turkey sandwich and side salad
Toasted roast beef sandwich and salad
Maple yogurt
Egg sandwich
Barbecue chicken strip wrap
Steak and pepper tacos
Melted cheese tortilla
Herbed cheese and tomato bagel
Black bean taco salad
Barbecue chicken and veggie brown rice pilaf
Corn chips and salsa verde
Broccoli cheese omelet
Greek chopped pita salad
Pasta and ricotta with fresh herbs
Peanut butter and celery
Granola berry parfait
Grilled cheese with turkey and
Peanut and chicken stir fry
Cookies and milk

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  6. Hi!!I was surfing and saw your site. The thing with the Big Mac cauhgt my eye. This may help you; it’s from a book called Top Secret Recipes MCDONALD’S BIG MAC:1 sesam seed hamburger bunhalf of an additional hamburger bun1/4 lb. ground beefdash of salt1 tbsp. Thousand Island dressing1 tsp. finely diced onion1/2 cup chopped lettuce1 slice American cheese2 to 3 dill pickle slicesWith a serrated knife, cut the top off the extra bun half, leaving about a 3/4-inch-thick slice. This will be the middle bun of your sandwich.Place the 3 bun halves on a hot pan or griddle, face down, and toast them to a light brown. Set aside but keep the pan hot.Divide the ground beef in half and press into 2 thin patties, slightly larger than bun. Cook patties in the hot pan over medium heat for 2 to 3 minutes on each side. Salt lightly.Build burger in the following stacking order from the bottom up:1. bottom bun2. half of dressing3. half of onion4. half of lettuce5. American cheese6. beef patty7. middle bun8. remainder of dressing9. remainder of onion10. remainder of lettuce11. pickle slices12. beef patty13. top bunHope this is what you needed, and from the original recipe, you can try different low cal substitutes and see if they taste the same.Take careMina

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