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ROBERTAUP SparkPoints: (9,209)
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3/4/13 8:25 A

I love The Pioneer Woman
http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/



PMORENA Posts: 32,074
3/3/13 9:58 P

allrecipes.com is my go- to

ASHLEYROXX Posts: 243
2/14/13 12:12 P

ohsheglows.com has some really great vegan recipes. I'm trying to incorporate more whole foods in my diet, and I have found some wonderful things on that blog!

SLACHETKA103145 SparkPoints: (42,866)
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2/3/13 2:54 P

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures
Gluten Free on a Shoestring
The Baking Beauties
Wheat Free-Meat Free

I knew I loved recipes...on the joy of special diets and loving to cook.

GEORGIEGURLZ SparkPoints: (12,471)
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2/3/13 2:11 P

cooks.com has something for everyone. They also have canning recipes.

WARRIORK63 SparkPoints: (10,326)
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2/2/13 11:36 P

fatfreevegan.com

JFGWIFE SparkPoints: (11,038)
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Posts: 96
1/28/13 2:05 P

Spark!

MOM362 Posts: 106
1/26/13 9:28 P

Pinterest health and fitness section has some good healthy recipes

1GROVES2 Posts: 10,174
1/24/13 11:24 A

ALLRECIPES and FOOD.COM

POPSECRET SparkPoints: (47,160)
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Posts: 1,622
1/24/13 10:53 A

www.canyoustayfordinner.com = best!

www.eatingwell.com also has some good stuff :)

JESUSCARES Posts: 253
1/24/13 9:32 A

Thanks for sharing all the websites.

TAMMYOKAHARA Posts: 405
1/20/13 10:54 A

Maria Emmerich's blog and cookbooks. wheatbelly.com. Low carbing with friends.

YELLOWDAHLIA SparkPoints: (86,846)
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1/20/13 9:43 A

Online Now  • ))
I love Pinterest. I spend waaay too much time looking at recipes there. Not all are healthy low calorie, but you can get ideas from those and make them healthier.

SKYE60 SparkPoints: (1,377)
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1/19/13 1:19 P

HungryGirl.com has a nice selection of recipes and ideas.

TRACYWEIGHSLESS SparkPoints: (378)
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1/19/13 8:26 A

http://www.eat-yourself-skinny.com/p/recip
e-box_27.html

USERSMYNAME Posts: 58
1/18/13 4:18 P

I just found a great website: www.mealsforyou.com

This site has thousands of recipes and you can access them according to how you want to eat (weight loss; low fat; vegetarian; food allergies; specific nutrients and vitamins/minerals etc). It gives nutritional breakdowns and calories, preparation time, shopping lists. There is an advanced search option that is awesome.

N33D2LOSE50 SparkPoints: (17,955)
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10/8/12 7:39 A

How about this website...i've found excellent recipes from Chef Meg and other members!

CRYSTALLULLABY Posts: 2,620
10/7/12 11:39 A

This is amazing - thanks. I think I've made some recipes from all of the sites below. Remember, as you get used to cooking and making your own food you'll be able to trim down and "healthify" even the most unhealthy recipe so don't write certain sites or recipes off completely (yet).

TERESAYO1 SparkPoints: (200)
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10/4/12 6:20 P

Nice selection of sites to chose from! Thank you!!!

USERSMYNAME Posts: 58
10/4/12 5:31 P

epicurious.com is a great site. It has an "advanced search" option where you can be very specific as to what type of recipe you are looking for, including just a general "low calorie" and "healthy"

WTFSHERRY SparkPoints: (2,401)
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10/4/12 4:33 P

I love food.com. It was named Recipezaar before Food Network bought them out. There are lots of recipes there posted by everyday people with a star rating system. It is my go to site.

TERRIE831 SparkPoints: (614)
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10/4/12 2:59 P

Hi I am a newbie just browsing through the site. I am starting with a obtainable goal so that I don't get discouraged. And once that is reached I will continue on!! Looking for some great recipes that I can cook for my family and myself.

JAMIKER84 Posts: 5
10/4/12 10:24 A

http://www.findingvegan.com/

SNOOPY1960 Posts: 1,681
9/30/12 11:08 P

myrecipes.com


LISALOVESALEX SparkPoints: (2,717)
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9/29/12 5:33 P

I like skinnytaste.com and I love dashingdish.com. They are my favorites.

TERESAYO1 SparkPoints: (200)
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9/28/12 7:15 P

Thank you for your site. I love trying new recipes and reading reviews about recipes too!

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,605)
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9/28/12 6:54 P

Also I'm a devout Pinterester also. I do all my meal planning on there, and write little reviews of the recipes I make after I've tried them. Here's my board of recipes I've actually tried and liked: http://pinterest.com/julieanneco/foodz-tri
ed-and-liked/

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,605)
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9/28/12 6:50 P

I cook primarily off of websites/blogs. Here's my favorites:

For actual "healthy" recipes:

www.skinnytaste.com (this is probably my #1 favorite for healthy recipes)

www.eat-yourself-skinny.com

^^These two provide nutritional values and WW points on all the recipes

www.kalynskitchen.com She is a south beacher and former caterer.. she has a lot of great flavorful/different recipes, especially for vegetables.

http://backtoherroots.com/ This is a blog of a Sparker (although I don't think she's really active here anymore). She is an advocate of clean eating, and has lots of good "healthy lifestyle" stuff too.

http://www.myrecipes.com/ This is where all the Cooking Light recipes are kept.

For regular stuff, which you can usually alter to make healthier (I take the time to put the recipes in the recipe builder to see what the layout is):
www.smittenkitchen.com

http://traceysculinaryadventures.blogspo
t.com/ (a lot of the recipes here aren't bad at all)

http://budgetbytes.blogspot.com/ (a lot of the recipes here are healthy too, especially the asian ones. The cost per meal is pretty low as well (hence the name))

http://www.melskitchencafe.com/ (a lot of recipes here involve cream etc that is easy to sub out for greek yogurt or milk, but a lot of them are one skillet, easy weeknight type recipes)

http://bevcooks.com/ (again, not the healthiest but you can make substitutions)

http://http://pinchofyum.com/ (the recipes here are mixed, the ones labeled healthy have the nutritional information provided)

I also cook from Martha Stewart's site, and from Real Simple's site.

Edited by: YOJULEZ at: 9/28/2012 (18:58)
TKORTE99 Posts: 143
9/28/12 12:43 P

I LOVE PIoneer Woman - but they're not healthy recipes. I can usually alter them to make them healthier though.

1GROVES2 Posts: 10,174
9/19/12 10:40 A

Cooks.Com and Allrecipes

TERESAYO1 SparkPoints: (200)
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9/19/12 8:31 A

Thank you all! So far I'm doing really good this week with eating healthier and exercising.

STEELER71 Posts: 5,697
9/19/12 8:19 A

Food Network.com

MIAMI_LILLY SparkPoints: (100,505)
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9/17/12 8:56 P

I'm addicted to skinnytaste.com. I've tried some recipes...white bean Turkey chili with pumpkin was off the chain. Tomorrow I'm trying the Greek salad sandwich. She's awesome for healthy recipes.

I also love all recipes.com for crockpot recipes. Tasteofhome and cooking light are good too.

TERESAYO1 SparkPoints: (200)
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9/17/12 7:35 P

I am soooooooo addicted to Pinterest! LOVE THAT SITE!!!!

CDANDERS05 Posts: 356
9/17/12 6:16 P

I like to go on Pinterest and get my recipes. You have to be careful though because some of the not so healthy ones catch your eye...I'm guilty on that one but I have made some awesome healthy breakfasts off of there like baked oatmeal...aaamaaazing!

TERESAYO1 SparkPoints: (200)
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9/17/12 4:25 P

Thank you!

JENN0896 Posts: 36
9/17/12 4:21 P

I love skinnytaste.com

RIET69 SparkPoints: (47,087)
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9/17/12 2:47 P

Cooking Light has good recipes.

TERESAYO1 SparkPoints: (200)
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9/17/12 1:40 P

Thank you, I'll have to check it out! One site that I visit often for Weight Watcher recipes is aimeesadventures.com/. I'm hoping to find more recipe sites that provide good recipes like that.

ARIMOKI SparkPoints: (154)
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9/17/12 1:32 P

This site is good for recipes. I also love allrecipes.com. It's not necessarily low calorie, but there's plenty of low cal/ low fat recipes on there. Bonus, you can search by ingredients you have on hand.

TERESAYO1 SparkPoints: (200)
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9/17/12 11:54 A

Do you have any favorite websites that you can/would like to share for lo-cal recipes? I'm trying to get a nice collection going so I can prepare healthier meals.

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