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Fresh Veggie Dippers with a Tangy Sauce

Fresh Veggie Dippers
With a Tangy Sauce

Servings: one

Equipment: none

How long does it take?

10 minutes

What's in it?

2 carrots
5 snow peas
3 tablespoons honey mustard
1 tablespoon low-fat ranch dressing

How to make it:

Wash carrots and snow peas in cool water. Peel carrots, and slice into "sticks" about three inches long and half an inch thick. To make skinny snow peas, slice them lengthwise twice. In a small bowl, mix the mustard and dressing. Dip vegetables and eat.

Nutrition breakdown:

Calories: 82 (21% from fat), Protein: 3 g, Carbohydrate: 16 g, Fat: 2 g (saturated fat: 0), Vitamin A: more than 100% of the RDA, Vitamin C: 16 mg (31% of the RDA), Vitamin E: 1 mg (18% of the RDA)

What's in it for you?

Adding low-fat salad dressings is an easy way to spice up sandwiches and dips. Check the label to find dressings you like that don't contain hydrogenated fats. Hydrogenated fats can clog up your circulatory system.

Try veggie spears for your daily crunch instead of fried, greasy junk food. You'll lose the extra fat and salt and boost your vitamin intake. Your body will thank you for it.

Chef's tip:

Sliced vegetables will stay crisp in the refrigerator for several days if you store them in cold water. Slicing them up ahead of time will get you set for snacking on the go.

 
 
 
Last Modified Date: 8/15/2000
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