10 Comfort Food Recipes Made Healthy

10 Comfort Food Recipes Made Healthy

Comfort foods, those indulgences on cold nights, are often what makes the day worth it. Let’s see 10 classic recipes made healthy.

Chicken Potpie:

Try this chicken potpie with soft chewy biscuits, a savory sauce with a dash of sour cream, and a host of veggies like mushrooms, peas, carrots and onions, this pie will truly satisfy.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy Chicken Potpie

Beef Stroganoff:

The classic beef stroganoff using the most tender beef that cuts away so easily. In season mushrooms and a rich sauce, the appearance and the taste are unmistakable.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy Beef Stronganoff

Broccoli-Cheese Chowder:

A great main for a vegetarian or a good side dish, broccoli cheese chowder with potatoes, reduced fat sour cream which cuts down the calories instead of using cream or extra cheese. For chefs looking for a dish that won’t pack on too many extra calories, this one fits nicely.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy Broccoli-Cheese Chowder

Chicken-Fried Steak & Gravy:

Grilled up chicken will always be more healthy than fried chicken, but you lose a lot of the taste at the same time. Instead, try a pan fried cube steak which can reduce the salt by 80% and reduce the fat by two thirds. Make sure to cook the steak in a healthy way, by following the instructions laid out.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy Chicken-Fried Steak & Gravy

Classic Lasagna:

A more healthy lasagne using whole-wheat lasagna, which adds a few grams of fiber to the recipe while not losing any of the European taste.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy Classic Lasagna

Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes:

This one is restaurant food at home. Twice baked potatoes filled with lean ground beef and broccoli, and using a reduced fat sour cream and not overdoing it with the cheese, it’s possible to make some jacket potatoes that won’t widen the waistline.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy Loaded Twice-Baked Potatoes

Swirled Cheesecake Brownies:

Get your baking tray out for this one. Gorgeous brownies with a marbled cheesecake topping, cut small enough for the little ones to gobble up, these won’t last long on the desert plate.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy Swirled Cheesecake Brownies

Meatloaf:

The classic meatloaf, many a family favorite, is represented well here. The loaf is baked without a conforming loaf pan, which gives it more of a crusty to enjoy. Big family size portions too.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy Meatloaf

French Silk Pie:

If you enjoy the bitter-sweet tasting cocoa with a dash of coffee, then you’ll enjoy French silk pie. Meringue is the hidden ingredient inside.

 Click here for the recipe: Healthy French Silk Pie

Oven Fried Chicken:

Fried chicken can still be good to eat without damaging your health. This recipe uses skinless chicken in a buttermilk marinade, some flour, sesame seeds and delicate spices along with olive oil, which combine to create a crust during the baking process. 7 grams of fat per serving instead of the usual 20 grams from fried chicken.

Click here for the recipe: Healthy Oven Fried Chicken

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