The Skinnytaste Cookbook: Light on Calories, Big on Flavor
The Skinnytaste Cookbook: Light on Calories, Big on Flavor is that way. The 150 recipes – and 100 photos make this the book to change how you eat. (You can lose weight just looking at the tasty pictures.)
Gina Homolka provides some of her own, and soon to be your favourites, reduced in calorie recipes. I found that I could get Fettuccine Alfred for under 420 calories per serving! I found lots of comfort food recipes you don’t have to search for them all over the place.
The layout of this cookbook is simple that is what I liked most I don’t spend excess time looking for the meals I want.
Even a vegetarian on a gluten free diet – this cookbook easily features the lifestyle diet each of the recipes are for with a colour and a letter code marking each one. This was handy when I was looking for a certain type of recipe for a friend who came calling. For you slow cookers, it includes crock pot meals and which ones are freezer friendly.
The only downside is that here is prep work involved for most recipes so be prepared, (like read the recipe the day before in case you need to grab an ingredient.) Also it is a random draw and if you would like to have a structured diet you might prefer a program like the one featured here. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/56070572-keto-genic-diet or here https://1339c4magsf0gw4vrd7mds9scc.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=20GR01
One thing I absolutely love about this cookbook is that the recipes have a variety of flavours. You know what try something new once in a while. I remember I used to only eat vanilla ice-cream and then someone told me to try Pistachio. Ick . . . I thought but then I tried it and you know what it actually is kind of nice. OK so I was wrong and maybe you will be about these recipes.
Gina has created flavourful recipes and you won’t have to worry about your family kicking the idea to the curb because they don’t like the blandness of the meal. I mean what is the harm in trying? Nothing is more annoying than someone saying they don’t like Brussels sprouts because of one bad dish or worse they never had the . . . nerve to try them.
The cookbook suggests staples to keep around. This saves you time money and aggravation. Many recipes use some of the same ingredients. When you make several recipes from one cookbook you seem to have to buy new ingredients for each recipe. With The Skinnytaste Cookbook: Light on Calories, Big on Flavor you’ll find staples and be able to keep handy and that alone will cut down on your prep time.
Finally a cookbook that will help you change your diet to a healthy with tons of recipes to get the job done.