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9 Nutritionist-Approved Olive Garden Menu Items

Nutritionists share their approved menu picks at Olive Garden.

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A beloved Italian chain restaurant, Olive Garden is as popular as it is tasty. Whether you’re craving pasta, chicken or seafood, you won’t be disappointed. However, not blowing your diet with unlimited bread sticks and a 1,500-calorie “Tour of Italy” entree can be challenging, to say the least. To help you navigate the menu with healthier options that still deliver on taste, nine registered dietitians share their Olive Garden recommendations.

The Shrimp Scampi at Olive Garden provides satiating protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

1. Shrimp Scampi

“If you are in the mood for pasta when at Olive Garden, I say go for it,” says Keri Gans, RDN, author of The Small Change Diet. “Their shrimp scampi pasta dish, at 510 calories, would be my pick. Not only is it lower in calories than most dishes on the entire Olive Garden’s menu, but the shrimp provides satiating protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. To boot, this pasta dish comes with antioxidant-rich tomatoes and asparagus.”

Read more: The 9 Safest Seafood Options

The Chicken Margherita at Olive Garden is grilled, not fried. Enjoy it with a side salad for a healthier menu option.

2. Chicken Margherita

“Chicken dishes at Olive Garden can be a mixed bag. While there are a few healthy choices, many have enough fat, calories and sodium for two meals,” says Karen Ansel, RDN, author of Healing Superfoods for Anti-Aging: Stay Younger, Live Longer.

“I’m a fan of the Chicken Margherita because it’s grilled, not fried, so it’s not swimming in oil. However, you can make it even healthier by asking your server to go light on the cheese, which will trim fat, calories and sodium. While you’re at it, ask to leave the parmesan-crusted zucchini that comes on the side off and swap in a salad instead, for a healthier veggie alternative.

The Minestrone soup at Olive Garden is packed with beans, other vegetables and a savory broth for a satiating choice.

3. Minestrone Soup

“Packed with beans, other vegetables and a savory broth, the minestrone soup is a satiating choice with a filling four grams of fiber in one bowl,” says Marisa Moore, RDN, Integrative and Culinary Dietitian. “You can make a meal of it by getting a second bowl as part of their endless soup offer or pair it with a salad or side of vegetables.”

Try Cucina Mia with Linguine, Shrimp and Pesto Sauce at Olive Garden.

4. Cucina Mia

“This create-your-own pasta dish allows you to enjoy the pasta that you’re craving but in a more customizable, healthier way,” says Amy Gorin, RDN, owner of Amy Gorin Nutrition in the New York City area. The Cucina Mia allows you to choose the type of pasta, sauce and toppings you would like.

“I’d recommend going with the whole-grain linguine with marinara sauce with sautéed shrimp and a double helping of garden veggies. This combo provides satiating protein from the shrimp, as well as filling fiber from the whole grains and veggies — and the extra veggies will help fill you up for very few calories.”

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The Herb-Grilled Salmon at Olive Garden is an excellent source of protein and provides omega-3 fatty acids that help support heart health and inflammation.

5. Herb-Grilled Salmon

“Besides being an excellent source of protein to keep me feeling satisfied, salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids that support heart health and fight inflammation,” says Bonnie Taub-Dix, RDN, author of Read It Before You Eat It.

“It’s served with parmesan garlic broccoli so you’ll also be getting a chance to add the fiber and nutrients within this cruciferous veggie. I’m not thrilled about the 960 milligrams of sodium per serving, but compared to many other fast foods, the nutrient profile of this fish dish is still a better choice than most others.

The Chicken Piccata at Olive Garden is protein-rich, perfectly seasoned and full of flavor.

6. Chicken Piccata (and a Famous Bottomless Salad)

“Chicken Piccata is my go-to at Olive Garden. It’s protein-rich, perfectly seasoned and full of flavor,” says Regan Jones, RD of This Unmillennial Life Podcast. “Rather than making a full dish of pasta my entree, I opt for a bit on the side and enjoy it with the chicken and Olive Garden’s famous bottomless salad. Their salad specifically is one of those popular menu items that even non-salad lovers seem to enjoy. I think this is a good thing, especially if eating at Olive Garden with kids. It’s a great way to get children in the habit of enjoying a salad with every meal.”

Read more: 10 Ways to Make Fast Food Healthier

Pasta a Fagioli at Olive Garden is a plant-based soup made with beans, which provides fiber, protein, and B vitamins.

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Pasta a Fagioli

“At Olive Garden, I’d go with a soup and salad combo. Start with Olive Garden’s Pasta a Fagioli for 150 calories, just two grams saturated fat and three grams of fiber. This is a plant-based soup made with beans, which provides fiber, protein and B vitamins,” says Liz Weiss, RDN, creator of the Liz’s Healthy Table podcast and blog.

“Like many of the entrees at Olive Garden, the Pasta a Fagioli is a bit high in sodium (710 milligrams), but it’s the lowest of all their soup offerings. To round out the soup, order the Famous House Salad (for an extra two grams of fiber), but get it without the dressing to cut down on sodium (520 milligrams), and make your own ‘dressing’ at the table by asking for olive oil and balsamic vinegar on the side.”

Salmon Piccata with steamed broccoli at Olive Garden is a healthier menu choice.

8. Salmon Piccata

“I would recommend the Salmon Piccata with steamed broccoli substituted for the parmesan-crusted zucchini. It’s packed with protein, averaging around 45 grams per meal,” says Jim White, RD, ACSM Health Fitness Specialist.

“Italian food can add up in calories pretty quickly due to the large portions of pasta, however, this dish is about 500 calories and comes with a serving of veggies. Substituting the broccoli for the parmesan-crusted zucchini provides a non-starchy vegetable without the hidden saturated fat and refined carbohydrates. Plus, salmon boasts the added benefit of heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids.”

The Chicken Giardino at Olive Garden provides protein and vegetables to help stabilize blood sugar levels.

9. Chicken Giardino

“It’s tempting to want to just order a big bowl of pasta, but picking something like the Chicken Giardino that also offers meat and vegetables is a better choice,” says Mary Ellen Phipps, RD,, founder of Milk & Honey Nutrition.

“The protein from the chicken and fiber from the veggies helps your energy levels stay stable after a big meal and won’t leave you feeling sluggish like a bigger bowl of pasta would. And the sauce on this particular dish is broth-based, meaning it’s packed with flavor but doesn’t add a ton of extra calories.”

7 Keto-Friendly Meals on Olive Garden’s Menu

“When you’re here, you’re family.” That’s the Olive Garden slogan for literally everyone—except, apparently, those on the keto diet, who basically sign an “I promise not to eat spaghetti for the foreseeable future” pledge.

But in doing that, do you really have to become totally estranged from your beloved fast-casual Italian chain restaurant? Not totally. While you definitely can’t opt for the Never-Ending Pasta Bowl (or even just a breadstick, tbh), there are still ways to enjoy the OG on a low-carb diet.

“Since you generally want to keep your grams of carbs under 50 grams per day on the keto diet, aim to keep your carbs at any Olive Garden meal under half, or 25 grams, of your daily allotment,” says Erin Palinski-Wade, RD, a dietitian in New Jersey and author of 2 Day Diabetes Diet.

Okay, so how exactly do you make this happen when you sit down to eat at the OG? The answer is, thankfully, easy peasy: by following a basic structure for building keto-friendly meals. That includes a low-carb base, sauce, and topping choice. Stick to this formula, and you’re good to go. Here are the deets:

  1. Your base. Instead of off-limits pasta, opt for a bed of leafy greens or fresh veggies, like broccoli. Depending on your location, some Olive Garden’s offer zoodles as well.
  2. Your sauce. Palinski-Wade recommends opting for the creamy pesto or mushroom sauce, since the dairy will increase your fat intake. “In general, when aiming to build a keto-friendly meal, you want to aim for about 10 percent of calories or less from carbs, with 60 to 90 percent of calories coming from fats.” If cream sauce isn’t your thing (no offense, but who are you?), she adds that a basic marinara—with meat or cheese optionally added—is a good low-carb choice, too.
  3. Your protein. Now, for the good stuff: Choose a solid protein to round out your low-carb meal, like grilled chicken, a sauteed filet of fish, shrimp, or steak. Avoid breaded options, like crispy chicken, which Palinski-Wade says will contain too many carbs. (And anyone who’s tried to scrape breading off knows it ain’t easy.)
    1. Put it all together…and what do you get? A whole keto-friendly meal!

      Palinski-Wade says, for example, you could end up with something that looks like this: broccoli (3 grams of net carbs) topped with alfredo sauce (8 grams of net carbs) and grilled chicken breast (1 gram of net carbs). That would give you a meal that comes in at only 12 net carbs—not too shabby, right?

      Stacking a low-carb base, sauce, and protein together is one of the easiest ways to enjoy the Garden on a keto diet—but you’ll still need to keep an eye on portions, says Palinski-Wade. Even low-carb bases and sauces will have a small amount of carbs that could add up if you overindulge, she explains.

      However, if building your own keto creation at the table isn’t quite up your alley, don’t panic—here’s a list of meals that are already pretty keto-friendly (or can be, with a few modifications) so you can feel like you’re part of the family and stay in ketosis. Win-win.

      1. Zuppa Toscana

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      I’m going to level with you here: This soup contains potatoes (yes, they have carbs). But it’s also made with spicy Italian sausage and kale—and held together with a creamy broth, so it’s the best soup on the OG menu for the keto diet. It can absolutely fit into your carb allowance for the day, so go ahead and grab a bowl. And if you want to save some of your carb allowance, you could eat around the potato pieces, though we say go ahead and indulge!

      Per serving: 220 calories, 15 g fat (7 g sat fat), 790 mg sodium, 15 g carbohydrates, 2 g sugar, 2 g fiber, 7 g protein.

      2. Famous House Salad with Signature Italian Dressing

      Good news: You can totally douse your salad in OG’s delish Italian dressing (it’s only got two grams of carbs!). The bad news: You’ve got to nix the croutons. But you can go crazy and add an extra serving of dressing to make up for it (it’ll only bump your salad up to nine grams of carbs).

      Per serving: 110 calories, 8 g fat (1.5 g sat fat), 670 mg sodium, 7 g carbohydrates, 3 g sugar, 2 g fiber, 2 g protein.

      3. Chicken Margherita


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      This dish is basically a keto dieter’s dream: chicken topped with cheese and butter. The meal is also served with a size of parmesan-crusted zucchini, which only has five grams of carbs (don’t worry—it’s already counted in the carb content below). Also: The lunch portion only has two fewer grams of carbs than the dinner option, so I think you know what to do with that information. ..

      Per serving: 570 calories, 30 g fat (10 g sat fat), 1340 mg sodium, 13 g carbohydrates, 4 g sugar, 4 g fiber, 64 g protein.

      4. Herb-Grilled Salmon

      A delicious grilled filet topped with garlic-herb butter? Filling, tasty, satisfying, and totally meets your keto requirements.

      Per serving: 460 calories, 29 g fat (8 g saturated fat), 1110 mg sodium, 8 g carbohydrates, 3 g sugar, 5 g fiber, 45 g protein.

      5. Italian Sausage Links

      Pair this keto-friendly a-la-carte menu item with a side of broccoli (or other veg) and creamy Alfredo or mushroom sauce.

      Per serving: 470 calories, 39 g fat (14 g saturated fat), 1140 mg sodium, 2 g carbohydrates, 2 g sugar, <1 g fiber, 27 g protein.

      6. Shrimp

      Sadly, shrimp scampi is off the table (or you know, on the table, just far away from your place setting), but you can still enjoy a pared down version of the seafood. Pair with veggies and a cream-based sauce for a keto-compliant meal.

      Per serving: 60 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated fat), 580 mg sodium, 0 g carbohydrates, 0 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 14 g protein.

      7. Chocolate Mousse Dolcini


      Okay, this might be pushing it for some extremely dedicated keto dieters, but if you’ve got a few extra carbs in your allowance and want something sweet, this dessert only has 18 grams of carbs—perfect for a nightcap with a hot cup of (black) coffee. It’s also got a good amount of fat for a “mini” dessert.

      Per serving: 240 calories, 18 g fat (10 g sat fat), 125 mg sodium, 18 g carbohydrates, 12 g sugar, 1 g fiber, 2 g protein.

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      Soup, Salad and Bread Sticks

      Order This: Soup is probably not a necessity, but if you’re in the mood, stick to the Minestrone with a sensible 110 calories per serving. Choose salad topped with a low-fat dressing to save 50 calories and 5 grams of fat.

      Not This: Skip the Chicken & Gnocchi soup with a whopping 1,420 milligrams of sodium per serving — that’s more salt that you should have in an entire meal. The chain’s famous breadsticks come along with a garlic-butter spread, adding up to 140 calories, 2.5 grams of fat, 0.5 gram trans fat and nearly 500 milligrams of sodium  per piece.

      Appetizers

      Order This: Surprisingly, one of the most-sensible options on the appetizer menu is the Toasted Beef and Pork Ravioli, since they only have 340 calories and 15 grams of fat. Overall, there aren’t many sensible choices here, and if you already dug into soup, salad and breadsticks, it’s best to pass on this course altogether.

      Not This: The Bruschetta Caprese may seem like a healthy choice, but don’t be fooled — it has 660 calories and 1,500 milligrams of sodium. It’s also wise to steer clear of super-fatty items like fried calamari and Smoked Mozzarella Fonduta — each racks up almost 1,000 calories and 50 grams of fat. The worst offender is the Lasagna Fritta with 1,070 calories, 71 grams of fat, 29 grams of saturated fat and 1.5 grams of trans fat — can you say “heart attack on a plate”?

      Entrees

      Order This: Plain pasta portions alone contribute about 400 calories to a main course. The Traditional Meat Sauce is the most-sensible sauce topper, adding only 300 calories and 19 grams of fat. Options from the “Lighter Italian Fare” menu offer chicken and fish dishes that stay under 600 calories, but beware: The sodium counts are still astronomical.

      Not This: A Tour of Italy, featuring the trifecta of lasagna, chicken Parm, and fettuccine Alfredo, will cost you more than 1,500 calories and almost 100 grams of fat. It also has 3,250 milligrams of sodium, which is 41 percent above the daily recommendation! The meatless Five Cheese Ziti al Forno may seem harmless, but it’s anything but, racking up 1,220 calories, 71 grams of fat and 2,160 milligrams of sodium.

      Desserts

      Order This: If there’s room for dessert (and there shouldn’t be), the Chocolate Mousse Cake and Tiramisu are the lesser evils, containing 380 and 470 calories, respectively.

      Not This: The rest of the dessert items, including Zeppoli with chocolate or raspberry sauce, White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake and Black Tie Mousse Cake, tip the scales at or above 800 calories, with anywhere from 30 to 60 grams of fat per slice.

      Dana Angelo White, MS, RD, ATC, is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer and owner of Dana White Nutrition, Inc. , which specializes in culinary and sports nutrition.

      Olive Garden Nutrition Facts & Calorie Information: Carbs, Fat, etc

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      APPETIZERS

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Calamari 670 380 42 3.5 0 300 1600 48 2 3 24 652.5
      – add marinara 45 20 2.5 0 0 0 240 6 >1g 3 >1g
      – add spicy ranch 250 240 27 4. 5 0 15 700 2 0 >1g 1
      Classic Shrimp Scampi Fritta 600 360 40 12 1 230 1860 39 1 3 23 592
      Fried Mozzarella 800 450 49 17 0 65 1990 57 4 3 33 787
      – add marinara 45 20 2.5 0 0 0 240 6 >1g 3 >1g
      Lasagna Fritta 1130 680 76 31 1.5 185 1800 75 5 6 39 1128
      Spinach-Artichoke Dip with flatbread crisps 1100 680 76 21 1 75 2170 70 8 7 37 1091
      Stuffed Ziti Fritta 500 240 26 11 0 60 1040 40 3 >1g 27
      – add alfredo 220 190 22 14 0. 5 70 300 3 0 >1g 4
      – add marinara 45 20 2.5 0 0 0 240 6 >1g 3 >1g
      Toasted Ravioli 650 270 30 6 0.5 45 1420 71 6 3 25 634
      – add marinara 45 20 2.5 0 0 0 240 6 >1g 3 >1g
      Dipping Sauces for Breadsticks:                       0
      Alfredo 440 390 43 27 1 140 600 5 0 1 8 460
      Alfredo (Large) 870 780 87 54 2 285 1200 11 0 2 15 911
      Five Cheese Marinara 220 160 17 9 0 45 540 11 1 6 5 230
      Five Cheese Marinara (Large) 440 310 35 18 0. 5 90 1080 22 3 12 10 460
      Marinara 90 40 5 0 0 0 480 11 2 6 1 95
      Marinara (Large) 190 80 10 1 0 0 960 22 3 13 3 201

      Appetizers Health Tip – A breadstick contains 140 calories, two and a half grams of fat, and 460mg of sodium. Pairing the selection with marinara dipping sauce adds 90 more calories, five more grams of fat, and 480mg of sodium. For individuals unconcerned about caloric intake, the lasagna fritta offers 1,070 calories, 71 grams of fat, and 1,650mg of sodium.

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      SOUPS, SALAD & BREADSTICKS

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Breadstick withgarlic topping (1 ea. ) 140 20 2.5 0.5 0 0 460 25 >1g 1 4 137.5
      Chicken &gnocchi Soup 230 100 12 4.5 0 55 1290 22 1 4 11 227.5
      Minestrone Soup 110 10 1 0 0 0 810 17 4 4 5 109
      Pasta Fagioli Soup 150 50 5 2 0 15 710 16 3 4 8 148
      Zuppa Toscana Soup 220 130 15 7 0 40 790 15 2 2 7 222
      Stellini Soup (Regional) 200 70 7 2.5 0 20 1240 22 1 2 9 195. 5
      Salad with Signature Italian Dressing 150 90 10 1.5 0 >5mg 770 13 2 4 3 152.5
      Salad without Dressing 70 15 2 0 0 0 250 11 2 2 2 70
      Italian Dressing 80 70 8 1.5 0 >5mg 520 2 0 2 0 83.5
      Low-Fat Italian Dressing 30 20 2 0 0 5 410 2 0 2 0 32

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      CREATE YOUR OWN PASTA

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Angel Hair 350 25 2. 5 0 0 0 10 67 3 2 12 340
      Gluten-Free Rotini 380 30 3.5 0 0 100 260 77 5 0 9 371
      Rigatoni 440 50 6 0.5 0 0 10 83 3 5 14 431.5
      Spaghetti 340 30 3.5 0 0 0 10 67 3 4 12 332
      Creamy Mushroom Sauce 860 780 87 54 2 250 1090 13 0 7 10 911
      Five Cheese Marinara 440 310 35 18 0.5 90 1080 22 3 12 10 460
      Marinara 190 80 10 1 0 0 960 22 3 13 3 201
      Meat Sauce 300 170 19 7 0 60 1040 19 2 13 14 306
      Crispy Chicken Fritta 240 110 12 1. 5 0 50 730 14 1 >1g 20
      Grilled Chicken 130 25 2.5 0.5 0 75 540 >1g 0 0 26 104.5
      Italian Sausage (2 Links) 470 360 39 14 0 115 1140 2 >1g 2 27 459
      Meatballs (3) 480 360 40 19 2 65 1060 7 3 0 23 476
      Shrimp 150 10 1 0 0 245 410 1 >1g 0 33 117

      Dinner – Customers build pasta bowls with six different specialty pastas, five homemade sauces, and six types of toppings. The tri-colored vegetable pasta with five-cheese marinara and three meatballs contains 1,200 calories, 65 and a half grams of fat, and 1,675mg of sodium. Patrons often pair the meals with glasses of sparkling wine for 130 calories or a specialty beer for 220 calories more.

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      ENTRÉES

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Lunch-Sized Favorites                       0
      Cheese Ravioli with Marinara Sauce 450 200 22 11 0 75 1210 40 3 5 24 442
      Cheese Ravioli with Meat Sauce 500 230 26 14 0 100 1240 39 2 6 29 491
      Chicken Parmigiana 660 260 29 7 0 75 1740 65 5 12 35 644
      Eggplant Parmigiana 660 290 32 7 0 30 1330 74 7 13 21 659
      Fettuccine Alfredo 650 410 45 27 1 140 610 47 2 3 15 665
      Five Cheese Ziti al Forno 640 330 37 19 0. 5 90 1100 57 4 9 25 643
      Lasagna Classico 500 270 30 16 0.5 105 1290 33 3 7 29 494
      Shrimp Scampi 480 170 19 7 0.5 105 850 53 4 5 20 472
      Spaghetti with Marinara Sauce 310 60 7 0 0 0 490 53 3 9 9 310
      Spaghetti with Meat Sauce 360 100 12 3.5 0 30 530 51 3 9 14 358.5
      Spaghetti with Meat Sauce & Meatballs 680 340 38 17 1.5 75 1230 56 4 9 30 676
      Dinner Entrées                       0
      Asiago Tortelloni Alfredo withgrilled Chicken 1980 1180 131 76 2. 5 650 3720 95 5 9 112 1953
      Cheese Ravioli with Marinara Sauce 780 350 39 20 0 125 2140 68 5 11 41 770
      Cheese Ravioli with Meat Sauce 860 410 46 24 0 170 2190 65 4 11 50 845
      Chicken & Shrimp Carbonara 1390 840 94 50 3 405 2050 75 3 10 64 1386
      Chicken Alfredo 1570 860 95 56 2 430 2290 96 5 6 81 1551
      Chicken Marsala 1080 500 56 31 1.5 295 2690 68 4 8 69 1050
      Chicken Parmigiana 1060 470 52 14 0 155 2980 86 7 16 63 1027
      Chicken Scampi 1260 640 72 28 0 200 1990 105 4 7 49 1246
      Eggplant Parmigiana 1060 490 54 12 0 45 1990 113 11 23 30 1065
      Fettuccine Alfredo 1310 810 90 55 2 285 1210 95 4 5 30 1340
      Five Cheese Ziti al Forno 1220 640 71 36 1 185 2160 103 6 19 45 1230
      Giant Cheese Stuffed Shells 1140 610 68 39 1. 5 210 2260 91 6 22 44 1157
      Grilled Chicken Margherita 540 240 27 10 0 185 1930 14 6 5 65 490
      Herb-Grilled Salmon 460 260 29 8 0 120 1110 8 5 3 45 426
      Herb-Grilled Salmon Coho (Regional) 360 130 15 6 0 120 770 8 4 3 50 319
      Lasagna Classico 940 490 55 30 1 200 2260 61 6 11 54 927
      Seafood Alfredo 1430 820 91 55 2 435 1690 97 4 5 56 1434
      Shrimp Alfredo 1450 820 91 55 2 525 1620 96 4 6 63 1448
      Shrimp Scampi 510 180 20 7 0. 5 165 960 54 4 5 29 493
      Steak Alfredo 930 510 56 32 1.5 260 1680 48 2 3 57 908
      Tour of Italy 1550 880 98 50 1.5 325 3150 99 7 12 72 1540

      Entree Tip – A simple, classic Italian dish of spaghetti with meat sauce in a mini pasta bowl contains 280 calories, nine grams of fat, and 390mg of sodium. When paired with a small Coca-Cola, daytime diners add 150 calories and 39mg of sodium. To complete meals, customers often add small, fresh-brewed ice teas, chicken and gnocchi soups, and a piece of strawberry and white chocolate cake bringing the total visit to 1,130 calories.

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      DESSERTS

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Black Tie Mousse Cake 750 450 50 30 1 155 290 76 4 59 9 830
      Chocolate Brownie Lasagna 910 470 52 27 1. 5 135 580 144 6 103 13 1027
      Dolcini – Chocolate Mousse 240 160 18 10 0 55 125 18 1 12 2 260
      Dolcini – Strawberry & White Chocolate 190 100 11 6 0 30 100 23 0 18 1 213
      Pumpkin Cheesecake 790 460 51 30 2 220 610 69 4 45 13 852
      Seasonal Sicilian Cheesecake 730 370 42 26 1.5 155 440 78 2 64 12 808
      Tiramisu 470 240 27 17 0 215 125 54 0 35 6 516
      Warm Italian Doughnuts 810 250 28 3. 5 0 0 510 119 6 25 20 818.5
      – add chocolate sauce 220 25 3 2 0 10 110 48 >1g 42 2 262
      – add raspberry sauce 210 0 0 0 0 0 10 51 0 35 0 245

      Desserts – If visitors top the meals with tiramisu desserts, the diners should expect about 470 calories, 27 grams of fat, and 120mg of sodium.

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      KIDS MENU

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Create Your Own Pasta                       0
      Fettuccine 220 15 1. 5 0 0 0 5 42 2 2 7 215
      Small Shells 210 20 2 0 0 0 5 42 2 2 7 205
      Spaghetti 170 15 1.5 0 0 0 5 33 1 2 6 166
      Alfredo Sauce 440 390 43 27 1 140 600 5 0 1 8 460
      Meat Sauce 110 60 7 2.5 0 25 390 7 >1g 5 5 112.5
      Tomato Sauce 80 45 5 0.5 0 0 420 8 1 5 1 84.5
      Grilled Chicken 130 25 2. 5 0.5 0 75 540 >1g 0 0 26 104.5
      Meatball 160 120 13 6 0.5 20 350 2 >1g 0 8 158
      Shrimp 45 0 0 0 0 75 130 0 0 0 10 35
      Entrees                       0
      Cheese Ravioli 340 150 16 8 0 50 980 33 3 6 17 337
      Cheese Pizza 400 120 13 7 0 25 720 54 3 4 17 394
      – add Pepperoni 60 50 5 2 0 10 240 0 0 0 2 60
      Chicken Fingers & Pasta 400 140 16 1. 5 0 50 720 42 2 5 24 382.5
      Macaroni & Cheese 360 120 14 8 0 40 870 45 2 6 16 358
      Sides                       0
      Grapes 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 >1g 9 0 49
      Steamed Broccoli 35 0 0 0 0 0 35 7 4 3 4 34
      French Fries 260 120 13 1.5 0 5 400 32 5 >1g 5
      – add ketchup 80 0 0 0 0 0 640 20 >1g 16 >1g
      Spaghetti with Tomato Sauce 180 40 4. 5 0.5 0 0 290 30 2 5 5 180.5
      Drinks                       0
      Milk, 1% 100 20 2.5 1.5 0 10 105 12 0 12 -9.49
      Chocolate Milk, 1% 180 25 2.5 1.5 0 10 135 31 0 29 -26.49
      Raspberry Lemonade 110 0 0 0 0 0 10 7 0 6 0 116
      Fruit Juices                       0
      Juice, Apple 170 0 0 0 0 0 50 42 0 42 0 212
      Juice, Cranberry 180 0 0 0 0 0 50 45 0 45 0 225
      Juice, Orange 180 0 0 0 0 0 10 40 0 36 3 213
      Juice, Pineapple 200 0 0 0 0 0 5 48 >1g 45 1 244
      Dessert                       0
      Smoothie, Strawberry-Banana – – – – – – – – – – –                       0
      Smoothie, Peach 190 0 0 0 0 0 10 49 0 47 0 237
      Sundae with Chocolate sauce 190 70 8 5 0 30 45 28 >1g 22 2 215

      Kids Health Tip – Cheese ravioli boasts 340 calories, 16 grams of fat, and 990mg of sodium, while chicken fingers and pasta contains 390 calories, 16 grams of fat, and 730mg of sodium. Children may select sides of grapes with 40 calories, or steamed broccoli with 20 calories.

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      GLUTEN SENSITIVE MENU

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Zuppa Toscana Soup (U.S. only) 220 130 15 7 0 40 790 15 2 2 7 222
      Salad without Croutons 110 80 8 1.5 0 >5mg 670 7 2 3 2 112.5
      6 oz. Tuscan Sirloin 310 110 12 5 0.5 120 1340 8 4 3 46 272
      Grilled Chicken Parmigiana with Rotini & Marinara 850 300 34 13 0 250 2730 64 7 13 74 802
      Herb-Grilled Salmon 460 260 29 8 0 120 1110 8 5 3 45 426
      Herb-Grilled Salmon Coho (Regional) 360 130 15 6 0 120 770 8 4 3 50 319
      Rotini Pasta with Marinara 560 110 13 1 0 100 1220 99 8 13 12 562
      Rotini Pasta with Meat Sauce 680 200 22 7 0 160 1300 96 6 13 23 677
      Kidsgrilled Chicken with Rotini Pasta & Marinara 450 80 9 1 0 120 1150 61 5 16 32 435
      Kids Rotini Pasta with Marinara 280 60 6 0 0 50 610 50 4 6 6 280
      Kids Rotini Pasta with Meat Sauce 340 100 11 3. 5 0 80 650 48 3 7 12 338.5
      Wines                       0
      Whites And Rosé -glass 150 0 0 0 0 0 10 4 0 2 0 152
      Whites And Rosé -grande Pour 220 0 0 0 0 0 15 6 0 3 0 223
      Whites And Rosé – Bottle 630 0 0 0 0 0 35 16 0 7 >1g
      Reds -glass 160 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 161
      Reds -grande Pour 230 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 2 0 232
      Reds – Bottle 660 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 5 >1g
      Sparkling Prosecco -glass 160 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 10 >1g
      Sparkling Prosecco – Bottle 660 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 0 5 >1g
      Beers                       0
      Light Draft (16 oz) 140 0 0 0 0 0 15 6 0 6 1 145
      Light Draft (22 oz) 190 0 0 0 0 0 20 8 0 8 2 196
      Regular Draft (16 oz) 230 0 0 0 0 0 5 16 0 14 3 241
      Regular Draft (22 oz) 310 0 0 0 0 0 5 22 0 20 4 326
      Bottle, Light 100 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 0 5 >1g
      Bottle, Regular 150 0 0 0 0 0 10 11 0 11 1 160
      Bottle, Angry Orchard Hard Cider 220 0 0 0 0 0 10 31 0 23 0 243
      Bottle, Non-Alcoholic 70 0 0 0 0 0 10 13 0 13 >1g
      Cocktails                       0
      Amaretto Sour 260 0 0 0 0 0 20 44 2 38 0 298
      Berry Sangria (Glass) 210 0 0 0 0 0 5 30 0 27 0 237
      Berry Sangria (Pitcher) 870 0 0 0 0 0 25 126 3 112 1 981
      Blue Amalfi 210 0 0 0 0 0 10 23 0 22 0 232
      Green Apple Moscato Sangria (Glass) 200 0 0 0 0 0 15 39 0 37 0 237
      Green Apple Moscato Sangria (Pitcher) 830 0 0 0 0 0 50 161 3 150 2 978
      Italian Margarita 380 0 0 0 0 0 30 58 4 49 >1g
      Italian Rum Punch 320 0 0 0 0 0 30 48 3 41 0 361
      Jack & Coke 120 0 0 0 0 0 5 6 0 6 0 126
      Mojito 260 0 0 0 0 0 25 42 1 39 0 299
      Old Fashioned 170 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 10 0 180
      Peach Bellini 210 0 0 0 0 0 10 23 0 21 >1g
      Spiked Strawberry Lemonade 160 0 0 0 0 0 10 21 0 20 0 180
      Strawberry Bellini 210 0 0 0 0 0 10 22 >1g 20 >1g
      Watermelon Margarita 190 0 0 0 0 0 10 29 1 25 0 215
      Watermelon Moscato Sangria (Glass) 180 0 0 0 0 0 15 34 0 31 0 211
      Watermelon Moscato Sangria (Pitcher) 720 0 0 0 0 0 60 138 3 128 >1g

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      NON-ALCOHOLIC DRINKS

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Caffé Latte 180 70 7 4 0 30 100 18 >1g 15 11 188
      Caffé Mocha 230 60 7 3. 5 0 30 85 34 2 27 10 250.5
      Cappuccino 150 60 6 3 0 30 70 13 >1g 10 9 154
      Coffee 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      Fresh Brewed Tea 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 >1g 0 0 0 0
      Frozen Cappuccino – Caramel 320 100 11 7 0 35 55 54 0 51 3 375
      Frozen Cappuccino – Traditional 370 100 11 7 0 35 55 67 0 63 3 437
      Frozen Cappuccino – Vanilla 320 100 11 7 0 35 55 53 0 50 3 374
      Iced Coffee – Caramel 250 60 7 4 0 20 90 40 0 31 7 278
      Iced Coffee – Traditional 210 60 7 4 0 20 90 29 0 21 7 228
      Iced Coffee – Vanilla 240 60 7 4 0 20 90 38 0 30 7 267
      Iced Tea, Bellini Peach-Raspberry 80 0 0 0 0 0 10 18 0 17 0 97
      Iced Tea, Blackberry-Pineapple 100 0 0 0 0 0 15 24 0 23 0 123
      Iced Tea, Fresh Brewed (Unsweetened) 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 0
      Iced Tea, Mango-Strawberry 100 0 0 0 0 0 10 24 0 22 0 122
      Italian Bottled Water 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
      Lavazza Espresso 60 10 1. 5 0 0 15 15 6 >1g 3 5 58
      Lemonade, Classic 170 0 0 0 0 0 20 43 0 42 0 212
      Lemonade, Raspberry 170 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 0 9 0 179
      Limonata, Kiwi-Melon 210 0 0 0 0 0 20 56 0 52 0 262
      Limonata, Strawberry-Passion Fruit 180 0 0 0 0 0 30 48 0 44 0 224
      Smoothie, Peach 290 0 0 0 0 0 15 74 0 71 0 361
      Smoothie, Strawberry-Banana 200 0 0 0 0 0 0 51 0 47 0 247
      Fountain Drinks                       0
      Coke 140 0 0 0 0 0 45 39 0 39 0 179
      Coke Zero 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 0
      Diet Coke 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 0 0
      Dr. Pepper 150 0 0 0 0 0 55 41 0 41 0 191
      Minute Maid Lemonade 170 0 0 0 0 0 20 43 0 42 0 212
      Sprite 140 0 0 0 0 0 65 38 0 38 0 178
      Fruit Juices                       0
      Juice, Apple 210 0 0 0 0 0 65 53 0 53 0 263
      Juice, Cranberry 230 0 0 0 0 0 65 56 0 56 0 286
      Juice,grapefruit 190 0 0 0 0 0 45 42 0 32 4 218
      Juice, Orange 230 0 0 0 0 0 10 51 0 45 4 271
      Juice, Pineapple 250 0 0. 5 0 0 0 10 60 >1g 56 2 304
      Juice, Tomato 90 0 0 0 0 0 1280 19 4 13 4 99

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      TO GO & CATERING MENU

      Calories Calories from Fat Total Fat
      (g)
      Saturated Fat
      (g)
      Trans Fat
      (g)
      Cholesterol
      (mg)
      Sodium
      (mg)
      Carbs
      (g)
      Fiber
      (g)
      Sugars
      (g)
      Protein
      (g)
      Weight Watcher Pnts
      Take Home Entrées                       0
      Fettuccine Alfredo 1010 500 56 34 1.5 155 850 97 7 5 30 1019
      Five Cheese Ziti al Forno 1220 640 71 36 1 185 2160 103 6 19 45 1230
      Spaghetti with Meat Sauce 640 200 22 7 0 60 1050 85 4 17 26 638
      Stuffed Fettuccine Alfredo 1360 810 90 56 2. 5 325 2100 83 4 4 52 1368
      Togo – Soups & Salad                       0
      Famous House Salad Togo 290 150 17 2.5 0 10 1380 30 6 10 8 294.5
      Chicken &gnocchi (Per One Serving, Serves Two) 230 100 12 4.5 0 55 1290 22 1 4 11 227.5
      Minestrone (Per One Serving, Serves Two) 110 10 1 0 0 0 810 17 4 4 5 109
      Pasta Fagioli (Per One Serving, Serves Two) 150 50 5 2 0 15 710 16 3 4 8 148
      Zuppa Toscana (Per One Serving, Serves Two) 220 130 15 7 0 40 790 15 2 2 7 222
      Stellini Soup (Per One Serving, Serves Two) 200 70 7 2. 5 0 20 1240 22 1 2 9 195.5
      Catering – Soups & Salad                       0
      Jumbo Famous House Salad (Serves 6) 1650 1020 114 17 1.5 55 8260 134 17 36
      Half-Gallon Soups (Serves 6):                    
      Chicken &gnocchi 1870 840 93 38 2 460 10280 177 10 31 88 1851
      Minestrone 850 80 9 1.5 0 0 6460 140 31 31 40 842. 5
      Pasta E Fagioli 1170 390 44 17 2 140 5690 131 24 29 62 1154
      Zuppa Toscana 1760 1060 117 52 1.5 300 6350 123 15 17 59 1770
      Stellini Soup Catering (Regional) 1570 530 59 21 1.5 160 9910 180 11 15 73 1533
      One-Gallon Soups (Serves 12):                    
      Chicken &gnocchi 3750 1670 186 76 4 915 20570 353 20 63 175 3714
      Minestrone 1700 150 18 2. 5 0 0 12920 279 63 63 81 1684.5
      Pasta Fagioli 2350 790 87 33 4 280 11380 261 47 59 124 2318
      Zuppa Toscana 3520 2110 234 105 2.5 600 12700 246 29 33 118 3540
      Stellini Soup Catering (Regional) 3130 1060 118 43 3 320 19820 359 22 31 145 3059
      Catering – Pans (Serves 4 – 6)                  
      Cheese Ravioli with Marinara 3170 1540 172 80 1 500 9220 256 23 36 167 3119
      Cheese Ravioli with Meat sauce 3510 1780 198 98 2 660 9790 246 16 22 195 3435
      Chicken Alfredo 6050 3240 360 209 8 1645 8870 381 19 22 322 5959
      Chicken and Shrimp Carbonara 5550 3350 374 201 11 1615 8210 299 14 39 257 5533
      Chicken Parmigiana 4920 1770 198 38 0.5 510 12950 537 43 78 268 4768
      Chicken Scampi 5020 2520 281 99 0 690 8080 419 18 22 195 4946
      Fettuccine Alfredo 5010 3050 339 205 8 1065 4550 376 15 20 116 5119
      Five Cheese Ziti al Forno 4800 2590 290 151 5 715 8780 388 25 65 187 4829
      Lasagna Classico (Serves up to 12) 6470 3280 36 208 7 1380 13900 448 36 71
      Lasagna Classico (Serves up to 8) 3420 1760 196 110 3.5 730 7640 230 19 38
      Shrimp Alfredo 5600 3080 342 206 8 2040 6200 382 18 22 248 5580
      Shrimp Scampi 2050 710 79 28 2 660 3830 215 16 20 115 1983
      Spaghetti with Marinara & Italian Sausage 4430 1950 217 58 0 465 8950 443 31 83 176 4395
      Spaghetti with Marinara Sauce 2410 460 52 3.5 0 0 3660 417 26 66 68 2411.5
      Spaghetti with Marinara Sauce & Meatballs 4150 1730 193 69 7 225 7920 458 37 76 149 4146
      Spaghetti with Meat Sauce 2840 790 88 27 1 230 3950 403 20 68 112 2823
      Spaghetti with Meat Sauce & Italian Sausage 4860 2270 253 82 1 695 9230 429 25 85 220 4807
      Spaghetti with Meat Sauce & Meatballs 4570 2050 229 93 8 455 8210 444 31 78 192 4549
      Catering – Create Your Own Pasta Station (Serves 10) 17480 8530 949 387 21 2480 43600 1561 101 222
      Catering – Appetizers (Serves 4 – 6)                  
      Fried Mozzarella 3450 1910 212 72 2 290 8540 243 18 13 141 3394
      Toasted Ravioli 2280 950 105 22 2 165 5000 243 21 12 90 2224
      – add marinara 140 60 7 0.5 0 0 720 17 2 10 2 148.5
      Spinach-Artichoke Dip with flatbread crisps 2200 1370 152 41 1.5 155 4330 139 15 14 74 2181
      Dipping Sauces (1 Pint):                       0
      Alfredo 1750 1560 173 109 4 570 2400 21 0 4 30 1833
      Five Cheese Marinara 870 620 70 35 1 180 2150 43 5 25 20 910
      Marinara 370 170 19 1.5 0 0 1920 45 7 25 5 391.5
      Meat sauce 600 340 38 14 0.5 125 2070 37 3 26 28 612
      Catering – Perfect – additions (Serves 4 – 6)                  
      Chicken Fingers 1350 620 69 7 0 305 2620 69 0 0 112 1245
      Grilled Chicken 810 160 17 3.5 0 440 4530 7 3 3 156 660.5
      Italian Meatballs 1730 1270 141 66 7 225 4260 41 11 10 80 1726
      Italian Sausage 2020 1480 165 55 0 465 5290 25 5 17 108 1984
      Catering – Desserts (Half or Whole, Serves 6 or 12)                  
      Black Tie Mousse Cake, per slice 750 450 50 30 1 155 290 76 4 59 9 830
      Pumpkin Cheesecake, per slice 770 450 50 29 2 215 610 68 4 45 13 831
      Seasonal Sicilian Cheesecake, per slice 730 370 42 26 1.5 155 440 78 2 64 12 808
      Tiramisu, per slice 470 240 27 17 0 215 125 54 0 35 6 516
      Dolcini – Chocolate Mousse (1 ea.) 240 160 18 10 0 55 125 18 1 12 2 260
      Dolcini – Strawberry & White Chocolate (1 ea.) 190 100 11 6 0 30 100 23 0 18 1 213
      Catering – Beverages                       0
      Iced Tea, Bellini Peach-Raspberry, 1gallon 800 0 0 0 0 0 105 191 0 180
      Iced Tea, Blackberry-Pineapple, 1gallon 1080 0 0 0 0 0 190 266 0 253
      Iced Tea, Mango-Strawberry, 1gallon 1070 0 0 0 0 0 115 266 0 244
      Iced Tea, Raspberry, 1gallon 830 5 0 0 0 0 115 210 0 193
      Iced Tea, Fresh Brewed, Unsweetened, 1gallon 40 0 0 0 0 0 115 12 0 0
      Raspberry Lemonade, 1gallon 1810 0 0 0 0 0 130 108 0 100
      Coke, 2 Liter 790 0 0 0 0 0 250 220 0 220
      Diet Coke, 2 Liter 0 0 0 0 0 0 230 0 0 0
      Sprite, 2 Liter 790 0 0 0 0 0 370 214 0 214

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      An Italian-American restaurant chain, Olive Garden provides casual dining experiences through more than 800 locations globally. Founded and headquartered in Orlando, FL, the eatery remains a subsidiary of Darden Restaurants, Inc. The parent company yields an annual revenue of $7.9 billion. The establishment specializes in pastas, salads, chicken, seafood, and breadsticks. Menus also feature options for individuals with gluten sensitivities, patrons seeking lighter caloric intakes, or persons committed to vegetarian lifestyles. Customers may dine in, order to-go, or request catering services depending on specific needs. The restaurant entertains children with activity books and favorable meal options, as well.

      For Dieters – Customers with gluten sensitivities entertain specific menu options like salads, entrees, and kid meals. The house salad without croutons stands as a potential selection with 110 calories and nine grams of fat. Dinners and lunches like rotini with marinara and steak toscano also remain available to such individuals. Both vegetarians and vegans receive suggestions based on fish, milk, and egg consumption or lack thereof. Vegans enjoy breadsticks, steamed broccoli, an array of pastas like bucatini and ziti, and the kid’s tomato sauce. On the other hand, vegetarians possess many more options like artichoke fritti, Mediterranean flatbread, roasted tomato caprese salad topper, eggplant parmigiana, and five-cheese ziti al forno.

      Healthier Copycat Olive Garden Salad Dressing

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      HEALTHIER OLIVE GARDEN DRESSING RECIPE

      Our community asked for it, so Blender Babes created this copycat Olive Garden dressing recipe!

      We understand the craving for all you can eat soup, salad and breadsticks from Olive Garden!

      We also know all too well how many calories can accumulate from dipping breadsticks in the dressing, 3 bowls of salad plus 2 soups!

      This is a great everyday, creamy Italian dressing. It is a very versatile salad dressing that goes with a wide range of toppings and is deliciously healthy when made with vegan mayonnaise, just mayo or light mayo.

      For a bright flavor and nice sweetness, pomegranate seeds are a great topping on a salad with this dressing.

      We guarantee you will absolutely LOVE this copycat Olive Garden dressing recipe but just to note: You will see that the color is different than the orginal but not to worry, the taste itself is truly ahhhh-amazing!

      A high powered blender is not necessary for this recipe!

      Be sure to join our blending-loving tribe to receive more great copycat recipes from Blender Babes!

      If you try this Olive Garden salad dressing recipe let us know by rating it in the comments! HAPPY BLENDING!

      Healthier Copycat Olive Garden Dressing Recipe

      Blender Babes

      Prep Time 4 mins

      Cook Time 1 min

      Total Time 5 mins

      Servings 2 cups

      Calories 68.2 kcal

      • 1/2 cup vegan mayo raw mayo OR light mayo
      • 2/3 cup white vinegar
      • 3 teaspoons unrefined sugar of choice raw or turbinado sugar or coconut sugar, etc.
      • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
      • 1/2 cup parmesan romano cheese blend
      • 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil
      • 2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
      • 2 teaspoon fresh parsley OR parsley flakes
      • 1 teaspoon garlic salt
      • Place all ingredients into the blender in the order listed, secure lid and blend until smooth.

      • For Blendtec: Press the BATTERS/DRESSINGS button OR blend on a Medium to Medium-Low speed for 30 seconds.
      • For Vitamix: Start on VARIABLE Speed 1. Turn machine on and slowly increase speed to VARIABLE Speed 10/HIGH and blend until smooth, about 20 seconds.
      • Pour over your favorite salad!

      • All done! Enjoy!! Now take a photo, rate it, and share your accomplishments to enter our weekly photo contest! 🙂 Tag @BlenderBabes & #BlenderBabes

      Serving: 2TCalories: 68.2kcalCarbohydrates: 1gProtein: 1.5gFat: 6.2gSaturated Fat: 1.1gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.5gCholesterol: 3.8mgSodium: 189.3mgSugar: 0.8g

      BLENDER BABES RECIPE TESTER NOTES

      “It smelled EXACTLY like Olive Garden’s dressing when they first bring out the salad to your table! MMM!!!!”

      “AMAZING COPYCAT of American’s all the time favorite restaurant, OLIVE GARDEN but much better and healthier for you! YOU KNOW what it is in it instead of all that processed stuff!” 

      “My husband loved it and I also found it to be a great everyday dressing.”

      FUN FACTS ABOUT OLIVE GARDEN

      Talk about popular chain restaurants! In 1982 the first Olive Garden restaurant opened in Orlando Florida and by 1989, there were already 145 locations!

      You can also find five restaurants in Mexico, on in the São Paulo airport in Brazil and another one in Kuwait!

      Definitely don’t forget this little tidbit next time you head there… you can order from the lunch menu AT ANY TIME!

      That’s right, even if it’s supper time you can ask for the lunch menu (which is less expensive) and they will let you order from it! SCORE! 🙂

       

      Olive Garden Healthy Options Exist and They’re Delicious

      You can’t spell diet without “die,” and that’s exactly what our happiness does when you start throwing around words like “ketogenic,” “Weight Watchers,” or “low fat.” But consider the day saved thanks to an angel a pastor from North Carolina who’s discovered a way to eat pasta and still lose weight.

      Every year since 2014, Alan Martin has purchased a Never Ending Pasta Pass for Olive Garden‘s Never Ending Pasta Bowl promotion. To get his money’s worth, he eats two meals per day at the Italian restaurant chain; in 2014, he purchased the pass for $100 and ate more than $1,500 worth of food.

      This year, Martin set himself a goal: to shave 10 pounds from his 222-pound frame while eating pasta two times a day. Fettuccine Alfredo and spaghetti and meatballs aren’t your typical diet fare, but they’re healthier than the barbecue sandwiches for breakfast, late-night hamburgers, and chocolate-and-peanut butter sweet treats Martin usually eats. “I’m a Southerner,” he told The Wall Street Journal. “We don’t eat normal.”

      During his weeks-long pasta binge, Martin learned a few tricks that helped him shed five pounds. He turned down the free sweet teas offered by the manager, he filled up on salad and pasta toppings (meat options like meatballs, Italian sausage, and crispy chicken fritta), and and he limited himself to only one breadstick per meal. Though he fell short of his goal, he doesn’t see his diet as a failed experiment. Honestly, we’re just impressed that he managed to hold himself to one breadstick per meal!

      Martin is no stranger to publicity when it comes to his eating habits. After purchasing one of the very first Never Ending Pasta Passes in 2014, he became a mini Internet star after he ate a record-setting 115 consecutive meals at Olive Garden. This year, a man from Florida named Jeff Berman beat his record; he and Martin eventually met over — you guessed it — a bowl of pasta.

      Though pasta every day sounds like a dream, for Martin, it got old quick. After a certain point, “You’d rather eat your shoe,” he said. Everything in moderation, right? Which is why we’ll be enjoying a pipping hot bowl of our favorite noodles and sauce tonight. Yum!

      h/t People

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      Can I Eat Low Sodium at Olive Garden

      Can I Eat Low Sodium at Olive Garden

      I don’t have high expectations for any place that offers an “endless” supply of any of their menu items. Especially as those of us on low sodium restrictions can never participate in such culinary abandonment. So I was not going to have high hopes to find out the answer to: Can I eat low sodium at Olive Garden. They are famous (infamous?) for their “endless” soup, salad, and bread-stick offerings. Just one of those bread-sticks with the garlic butter spread is 460 mg of sodium each.

      It took a lot of hacking through their menu to find out some options we can choose that fit under 750 mg for a meal (main, side, and beverage) without having to resort to the kids menu, or just a bowl of lettuce with our own dressing. The options aren’t many, but they should make for a meal that isn’t embarrassing if you are out with friends and family and the venue of choice is Olive Garden.

      Here is what I have found:

      From the Lighter Italian Fare Dinner section of the menu: 

      The Herb Grilled Salmon is only 570 mg of sodium. it comes with a side of Parmesan garlic broccoli.  Sadly, the other three choices in this section are all over 1000 mg.

      From the Tuscan duos:

      In this selection, You are offered the unlimited soup or salad and a mini entree (small portion), this can work if you stick to the following:

      The House Salad, 1 serving with no dressing is 250 mg. or the Pasta e Fagioli soup is 620 mg (one serving), which means you should probably choose the salad and bring your own dressing so you can have an entree choice.

      Spaghetti with Meat Sauce Mini Pasta Bowl is 390 mg.

      Tri Colored Penne with Basil Garlic Marinara Mini Pasta Bowl is 450 mg.

      Fettuccine Alfredo Mini Pasta Bowl is 450 mg.

      From the Dinner Cucina Mia:

      All of the pasta choices at Olive Garden; Rigatoni, Cavatappi, Spaghetti, Tri-Colored Vegetable Penne, Whole Wheat Linguine, and the Gluten-Free Rotini all come in at 15 mg of sodium ordered plain. the problem is all of their sauces are over 1000 mg. So you can order some pasta, and ask them to simply dress it with olive oil and garlic powder (not garlic salt). They should accommodate you (I have done this without a problem).

      That leaves you with a little room to add grilled chicken for 390 mg or three meatballs for 580 mg.

      The rest of the menu is fairly off limits. Most entrees are easily over 1000 mg and many are close to 3500 mg.

      Buon Appetito!

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      Kayal for eyes Faberlic Ultramodern – “5246 Olive garden.More likely no than yes, the durability test failed, but I will use it. »

      Ughm …. Nuuu … Let’s go in general!

      I would like to note that I have a positive attitude towards the brand as a whole. It does not bother me that the cosmetics are “catalog”, that it does not bother me that they are “cheap”, that they are “unnatural”. It doesn’t bother me at all. Most of the products are excellent for their price. But there are also failures.

      Here is the hero of today’s review, not that it’s a failure, but … “I don’t understand,” how Serdyuchka has no prince there…

      This summer I renewed my make-up bag and eyeliners with a single impulse. The copies from Yves Rocher and Avon, stumbling from old age, were simply thrown into the trash can, and I bought myself heroes from Essense and, behold, Faberlik.

      There was a promotion – two eyeliners at discounted prices. I chose one of the “Colors of Space” series and this kayal.

      Shade 5246 Olive Orchard . It cost me a little more than 100 rubles, usually it costs around 180.

      An absolutely ordinary pencil. Was not sealed by anything. Wooden body, cap. Yes, it needs a sharpener, but I have it, that’s not a problem. I will not downgrade the mark for sharpening a pencil. It seems illogical to me, because when buying it in the catalog, everyone saw what it was, and if they already chose, then … sorry.

      The pencil smells like childhood)) You know, an ordinary wooden pencil … When you open the box and let’s check how they all draw.Eh, the old days … Old age piled on, nostalgia all around

      But I expected a little different shade. No, well, “olive garden” does not mean straight green, but here it is more … grayish, or something. (And in the photo so at all) Such a … green grayness. Swamp shade in general. Pretty interesting, in principle. At least it looks pretty versatile.

      But the first stupor for me was that I drew a line on my hand and then twice lightly traced it with my finger back and forth. I’ll repeat myself – slightly. That is, I did not rub, did not slobber my hand, etc., but simply held it. Well, I don’t even know why. It just seems like kayals are shaded well and I decided to look at least something like this …

      But something like that.

      Is it overkill for two finger touches? Is it like, if you manage to gently rub your eye, then from the pencil there will be only memories?

      But what in practice …

      I would like to point out that I rarely use pencils on their own and on my bare eyelids.More often I lift the eyelid, where there are already dry shadows. But nevertheless, an indicator of the quality of a pencil for me is its durability in its “naked” form. No, I don’t even expect the line to be perfect for 6-8 hours, especially in summer, no. But for 3-4 hours the line simply has to be flawless!

      Kayal failed this test …

      Fresh makeup first. There are no shadows, just a highlighter under the eyebrow.

      And this is after about 2-2.5 hours.

      Nothing to say, you see everything yourself.For comparison, just … A pencil from Essense in such a test lived quietly for about 4 hours. Well, really, that type is persistent … And this type is not?

      The pencil worked fine in the dry eyeshadow test and did not slip for at least 5 hours.

      And yes, yes, if anyone is looking at ink. Look, look, this is also Faberlik. Well, I never throw anything out right away, I need to hit on a wide front, so that the opinion in the review is surely complete …

      I also tried to use this kayal in a pair with cream shadows – no complaints, but the wearing period was short.But the makeup, where the base from Katrice and dry shadows were taken to it – after 10 hours everything was crumpled into a daub. But I don’t know who is to blame, think it’s base, so I’ll shrug my shoulders.

      The mucous membrane is extremely rare. I tried it – I was not impressed, the line ran away pretty quickly – my eyes were watering from the wind.

      In general, I will not say too much. From me a calm C grade. If you only need a pencil for bare arrows, walk by. With dry shadows, this kayal works well and holds up without problems.

      Thank you for your attention!

      How to Green and Garden City Gift Box

      Last week we shared with you our recommendations for New Year’s gifts. After the publication, we received many questions, most of which were about the How to Green personalized box with Garden City products. Today we decided to tell you in detail what useful goodies in bright stylish packaging will be waiting for you or the one to whom you plan to present this present for the New Year.

      The modern city supermarket “Gorod-Sad” is familiar to every Muscovite who is keen on a healthy lifestyle and wholesome food. In one place, you can buy certified organic and farm products, superfoods and organic sweeteners, take out ready-made meals in specialty cooking or have a snack on site by ordering a variety of smoothies or coffee with plant milk for gluten-free pastries or raw vegan cake. And here is the long-awaited news: “City-Garden” has launched its own trade mark.We at How to Green have already tried many of the currently available products and were very pleased with them. The founder of the chain, Daria Lisichenko, promises to quickly expand the range of her own products, so that in the near future it will be possible to taste delicious new products. But back to our gift box and tell you what will be waiting for you inside.

      1. Ghee from “City-Garden”

      We have repeatedly told you about ghee oil and the benefits it brings to our health.Due to the high content of vitamin E, it slows down the aging process of the body, promoting cell renewal, strengthens the immune system and tones the body. In addition, many doctors and nutritionists recommend preparing food with ghee. It tastes like butter, but does not contain lactose and milk solids (milk protein). By the way, ghee oil is one of the fundamental ingredients in Ayurvedic cooking.

      2. Jerusalem artichoke syrup from 365 detox

      We hope that you do not just admire the beautiful photographs of dishes on our website, but also cook according to our published recipes.You may have noticed how often Jerusalem artichoke syrup is found among the ingredients in desserts, sweet breakfasts or smoothies. This is because it has a low glycemic index and is a natural alternative to refined sugar. Jerusalem artichoke, from which 365 detox syrup is produced, is grown in Russia without the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers. Of course, we could not pass by him and put a bottle of our favorite syrup in our gift box.

      3. Almond flour from “City-Garden”

      Another product, without which it is difficult to imagine the collection of your favorite How to Green desserts.Unlike white wheat flour, almond contains many useful substances: B vitamins, choline, beta-carotene, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, chlorine, sulfur, potassium, biologically active components, antioxidants and phytoestrogens. Plus, it’s gluten-free and very high in protein with minimal carbs.

      4. Nut Butter from Grizzly Nuts

      Healthy nut butters like this one – free of sugar and industrial stabilizers – are an essential ingredient in the diet of any busy person who cares about their health.This pasta can be spread on a slice of cereal bread or served with vegetable sticks: it takes two minutes to cook, and a healthy snack is on your table. Grizzly Nuts contains only natural ingredients and is prepared according to the original American recipe, and it is also hearty and very tender. Plus she has a lot of tastes. For our gift box, we chose vanilla nut butter with chunks of dates.

      5. Bars How to Green + R.A.W. Life

      Of course, we couldn’t help but put the new R Christmas bars in the box.A.W. Life “Orange Brownie” and “Gingerbread”, in the development of which they themselves took part. They are suitable for raw foodists and are 100% natural and contain no sugar, flavors, preservatives or colors. By the way, the collaboration with R.A.W. Life is not accidental. The creator and head of the How to Green project, Alexandra Novikova, having traveled all over the world, did not find any tastier bars. There are always a couple of pieces in her bag, which, if necessary, replace her with a full snack.

      6.Raspberry jam from “Russian Forest”

      This jam does not contain sugar, which is very rare for such a product. The jam is prepared in grape juice and is not brought to a boil, so it has a delicate and not at all cloying taste – and at the same time it contains the maximum possible amount of vitamins. This jam is an ideal preventive measure for colds, because raspberries have antipyretic properties. In addition, it is ideal as a topping for healthy pancakes and pancakes, numerous recipes for which you can find here.

      7. Linden honey from “City-Garden”

      Another sweet ingredient in our gift box. Linden is considered one of the most useful types of honey, because it contains vitamins C, PP, H and group B, potassium, sodium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus, cobalt, manganese, iron, iodine, fluorine) and amino acids. It can be added to breakfast cereals, smoothies, homemade yogurt, or a glass of warm water with lemon, which we hope you will definitely drink as soon as you wake up.

      8.Tea “Tender Night” from “Heat”

      Reading the lines about raspberry jam and lime honey, you probably wondered how they would go perfectly with a cup of hot aromatic tea. How to Green took care of this. In our gift box, we have included a package of tea with a rich chamomile flavor, lively notes of cinnamon and the sweetness of vanilla. It contains whole chamomile flowers, natural Madagascar vanilla and premium cinnamon. After a cup of such aromatic and healthy tea at night, you sleep especially well and soundly.Checked!

      9. Oat flakes from “Gorod-Sad”

      Everyone at How to Green loves to eat oatmeal for breakfast. Our choice, of course, is not accidental, but confirmed by numerous scientific studies. Therefore, in our gift box we put a package of thermally unprocessed oat flakes from Gorod-Sad. They enhance the protective properties of the body, strengthen the immune system and give a feeling of fullness for a long time – the very thing for breakfast in the cold season. You can find recipes for delicious oatmeal here, here, here, here and here again.

      10. Hemp oil from “City-Garden”

      Another indispensable ingredient for any health-lover is high-quality and healthy vegetable oil. Hemp is one of the best. It speeds up metabolism, tones and gives strength, improves complexion, smoothes wrinkles, restores and strengthens hair. Great for dressing salads, sauces, marinades. Just a couple of drops of hemp oil will give your dish an original taste and aroma.

      11.Bitter chocolate on honey with pine nuts from “Gorod-Sad”

      And finally, one more delicious dessert in our box – healthy chocolate with honey and completely sugar-free. This is a great alternative to regular chocolates and chocolate bars.

      How to buy a gift box

      You can order a How to Green gift box with delivery to your home or office to you or to the person you want to congratulate on the Garden City website or by downloading the mobile application from the App Store, Google Play or Windows Store.

      In addition, our box is sold in all stores of the chain:

      • Bolshoi Patriarshy Lane, 12,
      • Profsoyuznaya, 126,
      • Bolshaya Dmitrovka, 16,
      • Danilovsky market,
      • Sivtsev Vrazhek, 27,
      • Pokrovka, 15/16,
      • Afimall, 1st floor.

      90,000 Green Age on Wild Mint

      A conscious generation chooses to take care of themselves and nature – that’s why a special area Green Age was created at Wild Mint with unique master classes, unique practices, SPA and food court for those who make a choice in favor of a healthy diet.Space Green Age is a festival within the festival – with its own stage and a unique program.

      This year we are selecting participants in the Green Age area by topic:

      Creativity – classes and master classes for those who want to develop creatively and emotionally.

      Movement – for those who are always on the move – a special space on the territory of Green Age , where all visitors can try themselves in different types of active practices – from fitness to yoga.

      Development – a special atmosphere for those who want to know more deeply and study themselves from the inside.

      Sound Garden – An intuitive live music space within a music festival – acoustic concerts, workshops and performances using unique musical instruments.

      Reincarnation is a space dedicated to theatrical art. Here you can see performances and take part in master classes on theatrical skills

      Makeover – for those who care about health and appearance – a special beauty zone inside Green Age .

      Relaxation is a unique space where you can take a break from the hustle and bustle and plunge into the atmosphere of absolute tranquility and tranquility: a sauna, all types of massage, SPA, body wraps, training in relaxation techniques.

      Vegetarian Food Court – Green Bazaar restaurants and stalls. This year, for the first time, a kitchen will be equipped for holding culinary master classes and tastings of delicious and healthy food from around the world.

      Ecology is a space where you can learn more about sustainable consumption and sustainable living.

      Market “Goansky Dvor” – a traditional fair of designer clothes and jewelry, lifestyle clothing, clothing for sports and yoga, hand-made, a workshop of comfort.

      Chillout – a space for physical and moral peace, a time of awareness alone.

      If you want to take part in the work of Green Age as a participant, perform on the Green Age music scene, as well as learn about the possibility of commercial and sponsorship partnerships – write to nastya @ jgroup.