Really? An article on how to fight cravings that has nothing but recipes? Don't you think this title is a bit misleading? I'm sure there are some great recipes, here, but how about some practical tips and suggestions on beating the craving and handling it when you don't have time to whip something up?
disappointed in this article...the first recipe i looked at was the mac and cheese, for which most of the reviewers said that the nutritional info was not correct. I would think that you would check each of these recipes, including the reviews, before you post them as suggestions/endorsements....
Thank you so much for the great ideas. I've saved several recipes to try out. I loved the mini meatloaf treats....I miss eating beef almost as much as sweets. My problem is portion control and I found this article very helpful. I love recipes that can be made ahead of time and frozen, especially when it's easy to package in mealsize portions.
I'm sorry I read this and even sorrier I clicked on the 5 minute chocolate cake recipe. If I start with that I'm afraid I might not stop. This article looks like a potential "binge trigger" for me. Must be that TOM again.....
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