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    • #14143
      Mel
      Mel

      Does anyone have a recipe for anything healthy that also has bread and/or cheese in it?

    • #14262

      Why only bread or cheese?

    • #15720

      Bread, butter and Jam.

    • #15733

      It is hard finding healthy recipes with bread and/or cheese. I will definitely be following this post!

    • #15771

      B J

      This sounds like an interesting post – I would also love to find healthy recipes with bread/cheese. Sounds delicious.

    • #15830

      Definitely following this because I would love to know

    • #16010

      Bread with melted cheese on top

    • #16071

      Cut carbs out of your diet and you would be amazed

    • #17874

      Not really so much for me. I like cheese and grapes to snack on or to make interesting and inventive platters, but not bread and cheese; unless, I am making a bread to go with a pasta dish or something like that. I try not to focus on carbs so much anymore. My current situation calls for me to limit carbs as much as humanly possible. I hope you find what you are looking for though. The best thing I can think of is to do a Google search of healthy bread and cheese recipes and if you find any you can always try them or even tweak them to your standard of living/eating and then see how they fair with you…

      **Just My Two Cents**

      H
      ~ o.0 ~

    • #17953

      grilled cheese sandwich

    • #18071

      Foccaccia

    • #18095

      Honestly I find that everything is okay as long as u don’t eat to much or all the time. Change it up a bit every month. Find what’s best for u and ur body. It so so hard since everyone’s different

    • #23226

      I am a total cheese lover and found this article https://www.bonappetit.com/gallery/healthy-cheese-recipes

      I will be trying out some of them soon!

    • #36124

      Great

    • #43527

      I love making pizzas that are healthy. I use whole wheat flatbread. My favorite is cooking up some chicken and cutting it up. cook some fresh spinach and garlic in olive oil in a skillet for a couple minutes, then add this and the cut up chicken to top of a flatbread. Add goat cheese on the top and bake for 5 minutes. So delicious and a quick and healthy, low calorie meal option. My kids love this too! I also add tomatoes on top but you can top with whatever you like!

    • #43722

      also interested

    • #43967
      Mel
      Mel

      Wow, only noticed just now how many responses this got. I loved the energy in this post. One person asked why I chose bread and/or cheese. Well, because I love both, but they can both be fattening. Thank you everyone who gave out some ideas and for those who seemed excited to follow my post. That makes me very happy. 😀

    • #44199

      both

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