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AARP The Magazine, May/June 2010 issue
1 veggie burger
1 whole wheat hamburger bun
2 teaspoons prepared mustard
2 teaspoons reduced fat mayonnaise
4 fresh spinach leaves
2 medium tomato slices
1. Cook the burger according to the package directions; keep warm.
2. Spread the mustard on one half of the hamburger bun and the mayonnaise on the other half. Place the burger on the bottom half, then layer with the spinach leaves and tomato slices. Place top half of bun over all.
3. Serve with one medium apple.
Nutrients per serving:
Total dietary fiber: 11g
Dr. Oz's 6-Month Health Plan: Recipes
Dr. Oz recommends these recipes as part of a three-day diet plan designed to jump-start your body to lose weight. For more tips on how to start shaping your healthy future today, visit Get Healthy with Dr. Oz's 6-Month Plan
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