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Just thought I'd share some of my favourites:
This one is amazing for those of us with a sweet tooth but want something guilt-free:
I am addicted to peanut butter! And I am in love with Peanut Butter Boy... le sigh. He has some great healthy recipes to satisfy those of us who salivate over PB:
Some great super healthy, clean, simple, quick and most important of all fun-looking recipes for kids, tbh I use some of the recipes for myself:
This blog gave me PB&J yogurt, they're a heaven sent:
Clean Eating recipes:
Take your focus off the Marshmallow.
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Another good one I almost forgot about is pickyeaterblog.com :) I haven't made a whole lot of he recipes since I just discovered her the other day but they seem good!
Woohoo! LOVE www.skinnytaste.com! That woman is gifted with making unhealthy recipes healthier. Without losing flavor of course! :) I cook with her recipes all the time!
I have found a lot of great blogs through Pinterest.
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I just came across http://www.skinnytaste.com. She has some great recipes!
I recently stumbled upon theitaliandishblog.com/ and I am really enjoying reading through it. Some very simple prep for some very "gourmet looking" results. I am dying to try the mini lasagnes made with egg roll wrappings as the pasta. I made the caponata (with some major adjustment to the oil - down from 1/4 cup to 1tbsp, which was PLENTY).
Goal 1 - break 200 (46 pounds lost)**DONE**
Goal 2 - leave obesity behind (BMI 29.9, at 185#) **DONE**
Goal 3 - BMI = Normal (154# or less)
Thanks for that information. I did not know about that site.
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I also love the pioneer woman. There are some great recipes on her blog as well as in her cookbooks which I have. Sometimes I can even Change the recipe to make it a little healthier.
Another great site is Marlene Koch. Her cookbooks are also very good. "Eat what you love" and "Eat more of what you Love". Marlene list nutritional values, weight watcher points and great suggestions and makes some recipes she redone from restaurants and shows the calorie difference. You can sign up for a free monthly newsletter.
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I love Thepioneerwoman.com
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I love finding new healthy food blogs! Thank you!
I love www.closetcooking.com
Not all healthful, but he has a great collection of waistline friendly food.
Becky from London
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This is one of my new favorites.
Thanks for sharing these. I have bookmarked for future use
Keep on track
thanks for the links
I love Smitten Kitchen.
A couple others I like, very different from each other:
And more "commerical" but really good:
Edited by: MISSG180 at: 10/14/2012 (13:47)
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