Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Weigh In Wednesdays #3-Hungry Girl

This past week was a busy one. Littliest graduated from preschool and Oldest was finishing up his last full week of school as well. I must admit we did not eat all that well and it resulted in gaining almost two pounds but that's okay. I am not gonna beat myself up over it. My new clothes still fit the same and I know I can easily get those two pounds back off just as easily as I got them. We ate out a tad too many times and so now I need to get back to cooking in the kitchen!

This is one of my all time fave cook books. I purchased it at the book fair for Oldest's school. I have made several yummy dishes from here and highly recommend it! Our fave is the chicken cordon a bleu on the grill!


Now this lady, Hungry Girl Lisa Lillian rocks! Her books amaze me and this one I have been cooking from for several years now. 

I just purchased Hungry Girl's 300 under 300 and have several recipes I am wanting to try. You can get any of her books on Amazon and the best thing is that when you spend $25 it ships for free!

Just in case you are wondering just how yummy diet/healthy food really can be take a look at these!! I shared this recipe awhile back and you have to try it if you like brownies and peanut butter! You can click here to read all about it! Do you have any go to recipes that help keep ya in line?

Now on to Weigh In Wednesdays! If you link up please be kind enough to link only to your Weigh In Wednesdays post and NOT your entire blog. I look forward to hearing about other weight loss journeys the good the bad and the ugly! Nobody is here to be judged just to be supported so lets have some fun and start sharing and loosing y'all!







3 comments:

  1. Oh, I have been wanting to get the Hungry Girl cookbook and now that I have your seal of approval I'm going to have to put it on my Amazon list! :-) Those brownies look absolutely delicious. I saw something recently where someone cut down on their pasta portions but putting fresh spinach at the bottom and then the pasta on top in order to make it feel heartier. We love the whole grain pastas too which also helps! I don't have anything to link up but I just want you to know that I think you rock for sharing this with everyone! :-)
    Blessings friend,
    Vanessa

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  2. I've not seen these before. I don't really enjoy cooking too much so I rarely look at cookbooks in the stores. This looks like it would something good for me. I like quick fixes but need healthier quick fix choices. Thanks for posting about these and I may just have to swing by Books A Million on my next outing. I linked up with the party today and will put a link on my side bar too! Hope you stop by soon and see my latest helper. Thanks so much for hosting this wonderful party! Hang in there!

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  3. Hello:

    I'm new to your blog and really enjoyed your post. I'm trying to get myself walking on a regular basis. Interesting cook books. Definately worth a look.

    - The Tablescaper

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