Eating healthy doesn’t have to mean forgoing your favorite comfort foods. Here are 25 recipes that prove you can indulge your cravings without increasing your calorie count like crazy.

1. Skinny Chicken & Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta with Mozzarella

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kitchme.com

A gourmet, grown-up mac and cheese that’s skinny and scrumptious. See recipe details.

2. Cauliflower Crust Pizza

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slenderberry.com

Cut calories and carbs with a cauliflower crust. See recipe details.

3. Skinny 4 Ingredient Crock Pot Chicken Tacos

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kitchme.com

Four ingredients are all you need to make this skinny slow cooker taco meat. See recipe details.

4. Healthy Ham and Cheese Casserole with Apples and Sage

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wellplated.com

You can’t have a comfort food list without including a creamy casserole! See recipe details.

5. Skinny Microwave Tomato Baked Eggs

 

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Cooking for one in a hurry? This dish is enjoyable at any time of day. See recipe details.

6. Jillian Michaels Skinny Brownies

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Chocolate lovers rejoice, these fudgy brownies are only 86 calories per serving. See recipe details.

7. Skinny Turkey Meatloaf

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kitchme.com

Just like mom used to make – only healthier! See recipe details.

8. Skinny Lasagna Rolls

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primaverakitchen.com

These individual-sized rolls are perfectly proportioned and low-calorie too. See recipe details.

9. Skinny Microwave Chocolate Mug Cake

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Guilt-free and ready in under 5 minutes. How often can you say that about chocolate cake? See recipe details.

10. (Skinny!) Creamy Chicken Noodle Soup

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gimmesomeoven.com

For the sick and homesick. See recipe details.

11. Skinny Parmesan Mashed Potatoes

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Keep it even skinnier and skip the butter on top. See recipe details.

12. Lightened Up General Tso’s Chicken

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A take-out, fake-out indeed! Cooking your favorite take-out at home and controlling what goes inside automatically makes it healthier. See recipe details.

13. Skinny Chicken Parmesan

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Satisfy your Italian food cravings without sabotaging your diet. See recipe details.

14. Crispy Skinny French Fries

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heatherchristo.com

If they’re skinny fries, can I eat them every day? See recipe details.

15. Cauliflower “Mac” and Cheese Casserole

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kitchme.com

Subbing cauliflower for macaroni keeps this recipe low-carb without sacrificing flavor. See recipe details.

16. Skinny Beef Stroganoff

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savoryexperiments.com

The skinny secret? Yogurt adds creaminess without the calories. See recipe details.

17. Skinny Double Chocolate Pudding Pie

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kitchme.com

Go ahead and treat yourself to this heavenly pie! See recipe details.

18. Cucumber Goat Cheese Grilled Cheese

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sweetsonian.com

Light and low in fat, but still full of crisp, complex flavor! See recipe details.

19. Skinny Roasted Tomato and Red Pepper Soup

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Pair with the grilled cheese above for one of the ultimate comfort food dinners. See recipe details.

20. Guilt Free Chocolate Almond Butter Cups

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slenderberry.com

A childhood favorite gets a healthy makeover! See recipe details.

21. Skinny Jalapeno Popper Puffs

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kitchme.com

Go ahead, indulge in your jalapeno popper obsession. See recipe details.

22. Lighter Pot Pie

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swankyrecipes.com

Warning: You won’t be able to make this recipe just once! See recipe details.

23. Skinny Microwave Banana Mug Cake

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Ready in 3, this sweet mug cake is the perfect afternoon treat. See recipe details.

24. Healthier Chicken & Waffles

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chocolateandcarrots.com

You can still enjoy this Southern comfort food classic that isn’t exactly considered healthy with a few modifications. See recipe details.

25. Skinny Whole Wheat Snickerdoodle Cookies

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kitchme.com

Keep it skinny by opting for the whole wheat flour over the pastry flour. See recipe details.

Here’s to happy healthy eating!

Source: kitchme.com

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