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Cook Yourself Thin: Skinny Meals You Can Make in Minutes (Voice) Kindle Edition
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-real ingredients, fresh ideas.
We love the cheezy Chicken parmesan with zucchini 'pasta' !!! wow!
The mushroom and spinach quiche with potato crust...the only way to eat quiche!
Turkey chili crunch (packed with carrots, I added more chili seasoning for my taste).
Spinach and mushroom veggie lasagna (totally satisfying, and no meat!).
Ultimate sausage cheese pizza(tried with all different toppings and tons of veggies).
chicken tetrazzini(use up your leftovers in this easy classic, no canned soup allowed).
Don't forego dessert, just do it smart. We love:
Vanilla Cupcakes(with whole wheat flour)
Red velvet cupcakes(my husband hates beets, but loves these!)
Chocolate brownie with raspberries and white chocolate chips.(I chopped up strawberries)
Carrot cake(my mom said it's the best she's ever had, and she orders it often)
That's all we have tried so far...I'm becoming confident that we will be happy with each and every one.
The one complaint I have is that it often requires many pots and pans and several cooking techniques in order to complete one meal. It can add up to quite a pile of dishes, but I just figure I'm burning calories during the clean-up!
p.s. I have dropped a dress size in about 6 weeks!
p.s.s buy Cook yourself thin faster, and start with Coconut chicken and tropical salsa
One of my faves for breakfast were the lemon poppyseed muffins, I make them up on Sunday then you have about a dozen to eat for the rest of the week. Hopefully you will have someone to help you eat all of those because I end up throwing several away later in the week. I think it gives you good basic ideas on where and how to cut your calories without losing the meals that you crave.