Spelt is an excellent grain for a cholesterol-lowering diet. It is a good source of fiber, niacin (vitamin B3), and protein, is low in calories, and is also gluten-free.
When making these Low-fat Breakfast Cookies, you can substitute spelt in place of whole wheat flour.
Starters and Sides
Spelt and Roasted Squash combines sweet-tart flavors with cranberries, pumpkin seeds, and maple syrup.
You can add reduced-fat feta cheese to make this Spelt Summer Salad even more heart-healthy.
Try this Mushroom-Spelt Saute for a quick and easy, filling meal.