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The original red plaid Better Homes & Gardens cookbook ROCKS! SO many of the recipes are really healthy, or close and just need a bit of tweaking. I have never had anything not turn out and not love it.
I also have the Better Homes & Garden's Cooking for Two. I wish they made a low cal. version of this one, I really love it. Decent recipe calorie counts, though.
LOVE cooking light. Their website rocks.
I also get daily recipes from myrecipes.com (which is cookinglight, southern living, and a few others), from sparkpeople and self.com.
I bought a 1,200 calories a day cookbook from Amazon.com. Great recipes, glad I bought it, BUT, several of the recipes call for Molly McButter, egg beaters... I prefer to use the real deal, just less if necessary. Great ideas, though - breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, dessert - mix and match and it is 1,200 or less every day!
"You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don't try." Beverly Sills
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I like a number of the Cooking Light Cookbooks for healthy cooking.
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