Low Sodium Pesto & Goat Cheese ChickenBy sodiumoptionalWho doesn't like goat cheese and pesto? This low sodium pesto and goat cheese chicken recipe is so easy to make that directions are practically in the name. Although this recipe only has four ingredients, it's totally tasty. This is a great recipe to whip up if you're in a pinch and have a couple things laying around. If you like this recipe feel free to comment below!Low Sodium Fried Chicken Tenders RecipeBy sodiumoptionalI don't recommend eating fried food too often but every once in a while it's a nice treat. I like to think that if I'm going to eat fried food, I would rather fry my own in nice clean oil. When at a restaurant you have no idea how gross their frying oil is, or what was fried in it before. Plus chefs are almost programmed to salt everything that comes out of a fryolator. I know this because I use to be a chef for many years before my kidney disease took its final toll on me. This low sodium chicken tender recipe involves deep frying, so make sure to have a plate with paper towels on it off to the side to drain the chicken once it comes out of the hot oil. Let me know what you think in the comments below.Low Sodium Cheesy Stuffed Anaheim ChilesBy sodiumoptionalYou are going to love these low sodium cheesy stuffed Anaheim green chiles. After all, who doesn't love cheesy things? If you can’t find Anaheims you can also use poblanos or jalapenos instead. The creamy turkey filling is to die for, and will surely turn heads at the dinner table. This recipe is always a huge hit as an appetizer for parties and large groups. Low Sodium Buttery Crescent RollsBy sodiumoptionalIf you love those crescent rolls that come in a tube, then you will love this homemade low sodium crescent rolls. These fluffy, buttery crescent rolls are a delicious addition to any dinner table. Kathy from SodiumOptional.com had her father-in-law’s homemade jam made with fruit from his cherry tree to go along with the crescent rolls!Homemade Low Sodium BagelsBy sodiumoptionalIf you're like me and love bagels, then you also know that store bought bagels tend to be very high in sodium. But how in the heck do I make my own bagels?
With the same chewy texture as a store-bought bagels and the flexibility to choose your own toppings, this low sodium bagel recipe is bound to be a staple in your house, and impress your family and friends. I like making a bunch up front and freezing them for later use. When I run out of bagels and want more, I just pull them out of the freezer and I'm good to go.
You can change the size of the recipe by clicking on the "Servings" link under "Yield" below.Low Sodium Mushroom & Shallot PizzaBy sodiumoptionalThis low sodium mushroom and shallot pizza brings together mushrooms, shallots, a splash of balsamic, and cheeeeeeese for what is sure to be a new favorite.Low Sodium Pumpkin Spice Donuts with Espresso GlazeBy sodiumoptionalEating a couple of store bought donuts is an absolute no-no for anyone following a low sodium diet. With a single Dunkins donut ringing in at around 330mg of Sodium (that's just the plain glazed donut), it's just a good idea to stay away from them. We bring to you the low sodium pumpkin spice donut recipe that makes eating donuts possible again! If you're a fan of pumpkin, then you're going to love these low sodium pumpkin spice donuts.Low Sodium Creamy Mac & CheeseBy sodiumoptionalSimple and yummy recipe for creamy low sodium mac and cheese that fits nicely in a low sodium diet. When I first started my low sodium diet I wondered if I'd ever eat mac and cheese again. Well the day has come! This low sodium mac and cheese recipe simply fits the bill.Low Sodium Roasted Red Pepper SauceBy sodiumoptionalThis low sodium red bell pepper sauce is one of my favorite kitchen staples. It's super versatile and keeps well in the freezer, making it a wonderful make-ahead option for dinners on those busy nights.