Sassier than a sandwich, paninis make for a delicious, clean quick-fix meal. If you don't have a countertop grill, put paninis in a hot skillet and use another heavy skillet to press them down as they toast.
Our frozen "yogurt" bombs don't include any yogurt at all, but these soy milk and tofu creations come so close to the real thing that your friends and family will never know they're actually enjoying dairy-free alternatives.
Our whole-grain breaded fish and baked chips are delightfully crunchy and delicious and, with a $6 price tag and just 300 calories per serving, our version of the English classic beats out any famous fast-food variety.
Both sherbet and sorbet consist of fruit juices or purées and sweetener, but sherbets also include dairy. Most sherbet sold in the US often contains 1 to 2% milk fat, but our recipe uses skim milk for a zero gram fat total.
What you'll find inside a California roll fits the CE-mission to a tee: rice, nori (seaweed), cucumber, avocado and crab. Sugar- and sorbitol-laced imitation crab is the most economical but we suggest opting for the real thing. Now, get rolling!
With only five ingredients and a pinch of sea salt, this savory-sweet frozen yogurt is a decadent yet healthier take on a classic chiller. Avocados lend an extra dose of creamy texture, while skim milk and low-fat yogurt ensure it tastes fattier than it actually is.