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Garden Scrambled Eggs on white plate, top view.

Garden Scrambled Eggs

Every garden grows tomatoes, onions, and bell peppers, right? If not, you can use any chopped veggies you have leftover. For example, one of our favorite combinations are red onions and bell pepper with halved cherry tomatoes. In short, just keep the vegetable ratios equal (1 part tomato + 1 part onion + 1 part

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Homemade Pizza with Roasted Veggies and Fresh Mozzarella

Homemade Pizza with Roasted Veggies and Fresh Mozzarella

Start with your favorite homemade pizza dough, or store bought pizza dough found in the refrigerated section of the grocery store. One pound of dough will make two 12" thin crust pizzas or one thick crust (we made a thick crust). Roasted bell peppers and mushrooms are paired with marinated artichoke hearts and topped with

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Tomato-Spinach Tortellini Soup

Do a search for tomato-tortellini soup and you get a lot of recipes with variations on this delicious soup. You can reduce the saturated fat and sodium simply by choosing No Salt or Low Sodium ingredients . The result is a warm and comforting soup that gets 5 stars in our house. Very easy to

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Low Sodium Vegetable Lasagna

Low Sodium Vegetable Lasagna

Lasagna, in general, is not usually part of a Cardiac Diet. But here, we cut the sodium and saturated fat by using “no salt added” spaghetti sauce and fat-free or part-skim cheeses. The result is delicious and hearty enough to satisfy pasta lovers. This is also a great freezer meal that can be made ahead.

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