Celebrate Your Freedom with Healthy Red, White and Blue Recipes


By: , SparkPeople Blogger
7/4/2012 2:00 PM   :  7 comments   :  9,962 Views

Fourth of July is a day to celebrate freedom with loved ones. We gather to watch fireworks in remembrance of past battles and to look forward to a beautiful future together. It is also a day when many American's default to unhealthy food choices. Why not express our freedom this year by saying "bye, bye, to that American pie," and replace it with healthy SparkRecipes that taste great without the added fat, calories, and sodium.
Chef Meg's Beef and Blue Sandwich

Maple Country Style Pork Ribs (Low Sugar)

Fall off the bone beef ribs

Chef Meg's Perfect Grilled Chicken

Grilled Corn on the Cob

Chef Meg's Chili Con Carne

Boston Baked Beans (Chef Meg's Makeover)

Chef Meg's Crunchy Cole Slaw

Chef Meg's Creamy Watermelon Salad

Chef Meg's Light and Creamy Cole Slaw

Garden Potato Salad

Sweet Potato Salad

Summer Orzo with Radicchio

Summer Picnic Salad

Summer Black Bean Pasta Salad

Summer Antioxidant Salad

Summer Quinoa

Chef Meg's Summer Corn Relish

4th of July Fresh Fruit Salad

4th of July cupcakes

July 4th Trifle Dessert

Chef Meg's Mini Apple Tarts

Click here for Chef Meg’s Red, White and Blue recipe collection.

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