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Hit the Kitchen with Hungry Girl
Just because you're watching your waistline doesn't mean you need to go hungry. Recipes from Hungry Girl--like the Fiber-Fried Chicken Strips featured below--feed your every craving without piling on the calories. What's more, Lisa Lillien's lighthearted love for food and fun shines through in every recipe, making it easy to follow her healthy example and even come up with your own simple calorie-saving shortcuts.
The spaghetti squash recipe is the best! Ever since learning you can do that with spaghetti squash, I've made tons of variations. Even my parents who are a meat, veg. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Teresa Gallagher
Love this book as it has easy to make simple recipes. Would recommend to anyone looking to lose weight and making simple meals.Published 15 days ago by Maria M. Goicochea
This book has some great low calorie recipes. I just love it! Yes some of the recipes use convenience, processed foods, like cool whip and stuff like it, but I personally don't... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Kelli S
As with all Lisa Lillian cookbooks, you can now cook and enjoy food and not feel guilty. Also, Hungry Girl cookbooks have a very interesting format-very different from most other... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nicky
I watch Hungry Girl on TV also. Great ideas. I am using the book! The ice cream sandwiches were so good that I made. Thank you, Molly's MomPublished 1 month ago by Molly's Mom
A nutrition grad wrote a horrible review on this book so I feel that it would be helpful for HG-critics to read my rebuttal. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tiffany
This book contains many low calorie and surprisingly tasty recipes. However, this book isn't for you if you're concerned about artificial ingredients or sweeteners. Read morePublished 2 months ago by BVDMUC65
I'm never disappointed. All the ideas are simple,tasty and plentiful. You can take your old recipes and use her substitutes for a slimmer version.Published 2 months ago by Kathy Schmidt