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Here's what's cookin' in Kim's kitchen this week ...
  •   Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes & Garlic
     
    Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes & Garlic
    One of Kim's favorite dishes, especially when served with tomatoes and basil straight from the garden. 
     
  •   Boston Market Creamed Spinach
     
    Boston Market Creamed Spinach
    COMPARE ours to the Boston Market version. Theirs: 260 calories and 21g fat for one side dish! 
     
  •   Zucchini Ricotta Rolls
     
    Zucchini Ricotta Rolls
    A fun "veggie" twist on lasagna!
     
  •   Tuna Pasta Salad
     
    Tuna Pasta Salad
    An easy way to whip up a light, filling lunch! The tuna can be substituted for any protein such as baby shrimp or chicken. 
     
  •   Spinach, Artichoke & Goat Cheese Panini
     
    Spinach, Artichoke & Goat Cheese Panini
    Vegetarian lovers take note: this panini is not only vegetarian it's also HUGE and light! The panini with a Mediterranean flair ... 
     
  •   2 Ingredients Coconut Macaroons
     
    2 Ingredients Coconut Macaroons
    Only 2 ingredients for this amazing coconut macaroons!
     
  •   Root Beer Float
     
    Root Beer Float
    Aaaaaaah. The perfect ending to a long day. This super sipper will keep your mouth happy for a looooong time. 
     
  •   Kims Light Waldorf Salad
     
    Kims Light Waldorf Salad
    Gotta love a recipe that’s as simple as this one: combine ingredients and serve immediately....
     
  •   Mediterranean Quinoa Salad
     
    Mediterranean Quinoa Salad
    Quinoa has remained popular since 1200 AD for a reason. Full of healthy protein, this salad is a refreshing alternative for a filling main dish.
     
  •   Spaghetti Squash Lasagna
     
    Spaghetti Squash Lasagna
    1 cup of lasagna noodles will cost you 221 calories, while 1 cup of spaghetti squash contains a mere 42 calories per cup!  This is one substitution you don't want to miss!...
     
  •   Key Lime Pie
     
    Key Lime Pie
    The filling has a light, airy texture. And even though it's a simple short-cut type of recipe,  the flavor is sweet and tart enough to be authentic. 
     
  •   Baked Parmesan Tomatoes
     
    Baked Parmesan Tomatoes
    Sick and tired of salads to go with dinner? Try these Baked Parmesan Tomatoes! Take the edge off your hunger by serving them as a starter or make extras to warm up for lunch!
     
  •   Bean and Cheese Taquitos
     
    Bean and Cheese Taquitos
    Taquito is Spanish for "small taco" and is typically made from a tortilla (in our case a light flatbread) and some type of filling. These easy put-togethers make not only great appetizers, also a perfect, low calorie after-school snack packed with fiber and protein. ...
     
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