Here’s our list of the top ten worst foods, formerly a few of our favorites. Over the past 6 years, Randy and I have read a whole lot of food labels. Learning the nutritional value of foods we used to eat was mind boggling. A few foods were ok, other’s had to be modified, and some went straight into the garbage!
Chef Jeff is giving away a free cookbook! It’s a brand new eBook called DinneRevolution and he wants to get a bunch of feedback on it before he releases it. It’s going to sell for $27 once it is released, but you can pick up a copy for free right now (7/27/11). I don’t know how long the offer is good for so jump on it right away!
This stuffed cabbage rolls recipe is a healthier version of the Golumpki my Busha has been making the family for years. It has just the right touch of sauerkraut hidden away inside adding such good flavor even the most persnickety of eaters won’t mind. Replacing Busha’s rice with quinoa keeps the filling’s pleasing textures but adds better nutritional value. And because this recipe is so low in fat and calories, the portion size is huge leaving you with a stuffed, full tummy of good food you can be happy you ate! It’s good tasting, guilt free fullness…
The health benefits of blueberries are numerous and don’t come in a bottle with potential side effects. They are Mother Nature’s gift to us under the guise of fruitylicious, ity bity, healthy goodness… If you’re not a fan of blueberries, do please read on. What you read next may surprise you and even convert you to go blue too!
Our low fat brownie recipe is the chocolate bomb in the neighborhood! Truly, it’s conquered the worst of chocolate cravings without adding the fat and calories! What’s better than guilt free fudgy pleasure? I’ll tell you what, guilt free fudgy blueberry bliss!