Diet Recipe - Littlebit Stirfry
Low Calorie, Low Fat

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You will love Littlebit Stirfry! This dish provides you with a generous portion of vitamins, minerals, and optimum taste for a minimal amount of calories.

"I love Littlebit Stirfry. Ample nutrition, teensy calories."

If you're on a diet, or if you have ever been on a diet, it probably consisted of 1,200 to 1,500 calories per day. One innocent-looking package of cupcakes and a soda can take you half way there, can't it?

For about 100 calories you can enjoy a generous plate of our low calorie, nutrition packed Littlebit Stirfry recipe.

And indeed - it is truly packed with vitamins that your body needs, and even more so when you're on a diet.

Littlebit Stirfry is not only delicious, it is also filling

Recipe Ingredients for Stirfry - Low in Calories, Low in Fat 

3-4 broccoli florets
cup of chopped or shredded cabbage - any color
sliced bell pepper (green, yellow or red but the red pepper will beautify your meal like a diamond in a ring)
6 baby carrots - leave whole
zucchini sliced very thin
3 sliced mushrooms
6 asparagus spears cut in 2' sections
non-stick cooking spray
no-calorie butter spray (the kind you store in the fridge)
salt & pepper
diet cream soda

How to Prepare This Recipe

Spray non-stick pan with cooking spray. Add carrots, broccoli, peppers and cook for a couple of minutes. Add zucchini, asparagus, cabbage and mushrooms.

Cook until fork tender; remove and add a little butter spray, salt and pepper. Enjoy with diet cream soda.

If you don't have all the recommend ingredients, then it's time to experiment.

Try using onions, yellow squash, potato sliced thin, cauliflower, radishes - just about any veggie will work. Potatoes, corn and peas have a higher calorie content than the other veggies mentioned, so keep those at minimal.

This dish can be fancied up with a squirt of lemon juice, lemon pepper, rosemary or any of your other favorite spices. If you have a sweet tooth, try adding either a teaspoon of brown sugar to the finished stirfry, or a teaspoon of your favorite jam or jelly.

Prepare a little extra for the next day and try adding some lean diced cooked chicken or ham.

One more plus about Littlebit Stirfry is that you won't be seized with guilt after you've finished eating.

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