Who doesn’t love burritos? Lose the high sodium tortilla and you can have a really great burrito bowl with the added bonus of being super adaptable for different diets. I keep my serving low-calorie by minimizing the rice & beans, and salt eaters can simply add cheese, salsa, olives, or even guacamole. Because it is so easy to adapt from plate to plate, I keep this recipe tucked away in my back pocket and pull it out when I need to cook for a group.
This fluffy version of banana bread cuts the salt but adds a crunchy, nutty topping that more than makes up for the missing sodium. Continue reading “Banana Bread with Pecan Crumble”
If you are looking to do some holiday baking, this is a fun cookie to add to your list. Caramel and shortbread are yummy on their own, but we kick these up a notch with a little spice from cayenne pepper. Continue reading “Spicy Caramel Shortbread”
Pizza, oh pizza. One of the joys in life, but one that is usually out of bounds on a low sodium diet. But it turns out that you can make some really great pizzas, and this simple combination is one of our favorites. Continue reading “Tomato Basil Pizza”