Skip to Content

Craving Comfort Food? It Can be Good and Good for You

 

When you hear the words “comfort food,” you no doubt think of deep-fried chicken, gooey macaroni and cheese and a big slice of decadent chocolate cake. If you have the craving but want to skip the many calories and grams of fat that accompany such indulgent treats, then check out some of our lightened comfort food recipes:


Hearty Mashed Potatoes

Crispy Chicken

Tomato and Roasted Red Pepper Soup

Flourless Chocolate Cake

 

When you are in the mood for comfort food, log on to the Health eCooking Show, on Crozer-Keystone’s website.

A Class For You

Find a class that meets your needs. Register at Classes and Events.

Patient Portal

Convenient access to Crozer-Keystone Health Network physicians, medical information, and more. Learn More