July offers lighter calorie recipes for fast weight loss, or enjoy a lighter summer meal!
- You will love breakfast with Bell Pepper Breakfast Cups, Freezer Scrambled Eggs, Cinnamon Roll Bowl, and a delicious Portobello Bacon.
- Low Cal Lunches will delight you with the Hamlet Wrap, Oceanside Poppyseed Salad, Creamy Shrimp Salad and Chicken Stuffed Baked Tomatoes.
- Enjoy skinny dinners with Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms, Five Spice Tilapia, and Taco Stuffed Peppers. You won't be left hungry.
- Enjoy low calorie snacking too. Crispy Cucumber Salsa is terrific. Lower the carbs of hummus dip with my wonderful Cauliflower Hummus. Lighten up your peanut butter and celery with Nutbutter Light. Love low cal with a Single Serve Ooey Gooey Brownie.
- Smoothies can be great low cal treats. Enjoy a Vanilla Chai Smoothie or a French Toast Protein Shake. Nothing better than a Spiced Coffee Cooler or a 4 calorie Frozen Lemonade.
- Desserts a trimmed up with Raspberry Trifle with Lemon Cream and Individual Pavlovas with Berries. Chocolate fans will love Frozen Snicker Pops. Marshmallow Skinny Treats are great as dipped strawberries or plain marshmallows.
- Enjoy some soups as traditional low calorie foods. We have Hot and Sour Detox Soup and Asian Soup.
August features no oven recipes to beat the heat.
- Love salads with new recipes like Dill Pickle Coleslaw, Gingered Napa Cabbage Salad, and Mexican Chopped Salad.
- Think main dish meals with pre-cooked meats and these great dishes: Southwestern Cobb Salad, Bacon Berry Salad and Steak Salad Italiano.
- Seafood is the star with Tomatoes Alaska, Pepper's Tuna Salad and Salad Nicoise.
- Canned Chicken saves the day with no cook Mediterranean Chicken Salad, South of the Border Soup, and Buffalo Chicken Salad.
- Cool off with a Chocolate Chip Mint Shake, Coconut Cream Pie Shake or Lemon Chiffon Shake. Yum!
- Icy treats are great in August. Enjoy a Grown-up Wine Slush. Hawaiian Punch Popsicle, Strawberry Limeade or Sparkling Lemonade.
- Use up a bounty of zucchini with Haystack Salad, Zucchini Hummus and Microwave Zucchini Chips.
September is back to school and a great month to sharpen your lunch packing skills!
- Bake up some lunchbox treats like Buffalo Chicken Quiche Cups, Smoked Chicken with Caramelized Onion Quiche and Jalapeno Popper Quiche Cups.
- Savory Muffins are amazing lunch box items too. Try Old Bay Tuna Muffins, Muffeletta Muffins and Pizza Muffins.
- Get ideas for finger foods like Hummus Filled Mini Peppers, Celery and Nutbutter Dip in a Jar, and Soft Mini Tacos.
- Look for unusual salads with Salad-on-a-Stick, Cheeseburger Salad in a Jar, and Roasted Broccoli and Sweet Almond Salad.
- Enjoy a low carb sandwich when you make your own Sandwich Bread. Also try Psyllium Flatbread and Happy Harvest Sandwich Buns.
- Save room for cookies with Lunch Box Caramel Meringues, Pumpkin Latte Cookies, and No Bake "Tiramisu" Cookies.
- You also get a Shopper's Guide to great lunchboxes and lunchbags.
October celebrates Fall with everything Pumpkin!
- Enjoy your pumpkin in a cup with Skinny Pumpkin Spiced Latte, Pumpkin Frappuccino, Pumpkin Cheesecake Protein Shake or Pumpkin Hot Cocoa in a Jar.
- Go sweet with Slow Cooked Pumpkin Butter swirled into Greek Yogurt. Yum. Or bake up some Pumpkin Muffins with Cream Cheese and Caramel Frosting. Make some Pumpkin Spice Trail Mix with Crusty Bread Nuggets, or some delicious Pumpkin Blondies.
- Pumpkin is excellent in soups. Try Chicken, Mushroom and Pumpkin Stew, Chipotle Pumpkin Soup, or Pumpkin and Bacon Soup.
- Pumpkin as a side? Yes! Try Pumpkin Cheddar Cauliflower Mash or Cauliflower with Pumpkin Cheese Sauce.
- Lose control and add pumpkin to the main course. Pumpkin Enchiladas are wonderful! Pumpkin Lasagna is terrific, and you will love Pumpkin Sloppy Joes anytime.
- For breakfast try Maple Glazed Pumpkin Doughnuts, Pumpkin French Toast, or Butterscotch Pumpkin Custard.
November is our huge side dish issue. Just in time for special holiday meals.
- Choose GREEN with sides like Garlic Cream Kale, Frenchy's Green Beans and Brussels with Bacon and Pecans.
- Autumn squashes are highlighted with Whiskey Roasted Kuri Squash, Roasted Delicata with Cranberries and Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Dumpling Squash. Of course, any winter squash can be used in these recipes.
- Fall salads are special too. Try Cranberry Chayote Salad, Cranberry Roasted Brussels Salad and choose from three holiday vinaigrettes.
- Cheese will please with Three Cheese Jicama Bake and Roasted Garlic and Asiago Cauliflower Whip.
- Roasting is the star with showstopper sides like my Cauliflower Crown with Pumpkin Cheese Sauce and Maple Ginger Roasted Veggies with Pecans.
- Crockpots are handy. Try Crocked Mushrooms, Candied Rutabaga and Crockpot Maple Pumpkin Lattes.
- Get a little sweet with an old fashioned Cran-Orange Jello Salad and Spiced Rum Cakes.
December is the annual Christmas and Holiday issue. Always special.
- Start with luscious sippers like Heaven's Cloud Eggnog, Celestial Wassail, Caramel Apple Tea, and Cranberry Ginger Fizz. Gingerbread Spiced Crockpot Punch will be a new favorite too.
- Be the life of the party with Ham-It-Up Asparagus Spears, Italian Sausage Balls and Cranberry Glazed Sausage Bites.
- Enjoy some Christmas candy with Maple Peanut Butter Fudge, German Chocolate Fudge and Chocolate Candy Mints.
- Cookie are popular. Try these new recipes: Red Velvet Meringues, Salted Caramel Turtle Thumbprints, and Red Velvet Cookie Sandwiches.
- Make showstopper desserts the star of the table with Cinnamon Swirl Cheesecake or Red Velvet Cakes with Cream Cheese Topping.
- Get all the recipes you need to make a Mini Dessert Bar. Honey Roasted Peanut Shooters, Snicker Bar Shots, Red Velvet Cake Shooters and Strawberry Cheesecake Martinis.
- Make a gift of Cranberry Barbecue Sauce and learn how to stay trim during holiday season. I managed to gain only one pound!
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