What Types of Recipes Would You Like Us to Revamp for the Healthier?

Is soul food No. 1 on your recipe rehab wishlist? Credit: Jen SFO-BCN
Is soul food No. 1 on your recipe rehab wishlist? Credit: Jen SFO-BCN

Foodie or not, we all have foods that call our names. My grandmother’s coconut cream pie comes to mind. As does my mom’s meat and potato pie and my dad’s brisket. Or my husband’s pork-heavy cassouletMost of the time, this food isn’t exactly healthy. Sure, it’s delicious, but it’s not something you can make part of the regular fit-foodie meal rotation. Which is what today’s poll is all about. We want to help rework your favorite unhealthy recipes for the better-for-you-yet-delicious versions for a new feature called Recipe Revamp! So tell us, what type of recipe should we revamp first?

The whole FBE team (in fact, this was Raquel’s brilliant idea!) is just waiting to hear your answers! So please tell us more in the comments, including exactly what dish we can help revamp! —Jenn

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  1. Well, I didn’t see a Dessert Cuisine, but I should would love to eat healthy cookies, pies, cakes, etc.

  2. I have a blackberry cake recipe that calls for 1cup Crisco. My peanut butter cookies call for 1 cup shortening. Should I substitute oil or butter? Would it really make that much difference?