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Low-Fat Versions of Your Favorite Recipes
Fun Foods Without the Fat
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When you're trying to eat healthier, sometimes your favorite foods go by the wayside. You may think of them with fondly, but avoid them after discovering that they're caloric landmines, "trigger" foods for overeating, or made with all the wrong kinds of fat.

Check out our top-rated and editor's choice recipes for "fun" foods without all the fat. We've made them healthier with simple substitutions that even a novice chef can handle. You just might discover that fun and low-fat don't have to be mutually exclusive.


Fat Chance! Slim Pick!
Mozzarella Sticks
2 sticks
205 calories, 11g fat, 1g fiber Better-Than-Mozzarella Sticks
2 sticks
155 calories, 3.5g fat, 15g fiber
Chicken Wings
3 wings
348 calories, 25g fat Boneless Hot Wings
4 oz. chicken
194 calories, 2g fat
Jalapeno Poppers
1 popper
140 calories, 8g fat Low-Fat Poppers
1 popper
37 calories, 0g fat
Deviled Eggs
1 deviled egg
145 calories, 13g fat Not-so-Devilish Eggs
1 deviled egg
94 calories, 6g fat
Cheese Fondue
1/2 cup
246 calories, 15g fat Skinny Cheese Fondue
1/2 cup
139 calories, 7g fat
Deluxe Pizza
2 slices
627 calories, 24g fat The Ultimate Pita Pizza
1/2 pita pizza
229 calories, 5g fat
Big As Your Head Burrito
1 (bean and veggie) burrito
685 calories, 21g fat Easy Bean & Veggie Burrito
1 burrito
317 calories, 5g fat
Guilty Pleasure Nachos
8 chips with the works
568 calories, 31g fat Guiltless Nachos
Entire recipe!
382 calories, 17g fat
Caramel Popcorn
2/3 cup
323 calories, 10g fat Lite Caramel Popcorn
2/3 cup
136 calories, 4g fat
Chocolate Fondue
1/4 cup
460 calories, 26g fat Marshmallow-Chocolate Fondue
1/4 cup
164 calories, 7g fat
Rice Krispies Treats
1 square
200 calories, 5g fat Kashi Krispy Treats
1 square
109 calories, 2g fat
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
1 slice
367 calories, 14g fat Pineapple Right Side Up Cake
1 slice
212 calories, 7g fat
Lemonade
8 oz.
100 calories, 27g carbs Splenda-nade
8 oz.
8 calories, 6g carbs
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