Trust me, I get it. You try to eat healthy, but sometimes those cravings just hit you and the only thing you can think about is getting your hands on a slice of pizza (or two, or three). These guilt-free salads, inspired by our favorite guilty pleasure foods, will combat those cravings while keeping you on track. Your tastebuds and your waistline will thank you.
7 Guilt-Free Salad Recipes Inspired by Guilty Pleasure Foods
If Mexican is your guilty pleasure (those tortilla chips get me every time), then this is the salad for you. Packed with grilled veggies, plus classic sides like pico de gallo and sour cream, it'll fill you up while still giving you your fix.
We couldn't not—this is Philly after all. This greens-laden take on a classic cheesesteak features all the good stuff, plus some fat-free balsamic dressing for a kick. Tip: Swap out the butter, which is used to sauté the peppers and onions, for some fat-free cooking spray for an even lighter dish.
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