I need your help. I am going to a Labor Day cookout, complete with cocktails, BBQ food, tons of snacks... the works. How can I avoid blowing my diet without feeling deprived?
Dear Cookout Cutie,
Don't sweat it! Even though BBQs can be packed with fattening foods, there's usually a TON of amazing, good-for-you stuff there too. Over the years, I've sent out lots of emails with tips & tricks on how to survive 'em... and in case you don't feel like searching the archives of the website, here are links to four great emails!
4. Emergency Snacks 411 - There's nothing wrong with stashing a few guilt-free goodies in your bag, just in case the fattening snacks are calling to you. This list features travel-friendly foods that can withstand the heat!
Thanks for your daily emails -- they're so informative and helpful in the weight-loss battle! Sometimes my husband and I like to have breakfast for dinner. Any good no-guilt recipes for that kind of thing? Thanks so much!
Hi Hungry Vicki,
I loooooooooooove breakfast foods any time of day! Here are some breakfast-ish recipes that I think would be GREAT for dinner. (Just double the single-serving recipes.) They're filling and deeelicious...
Nice to See Ya! Quesadilla - This crazy-large quesadilla is stuffed with all sorts of omelette-friendly ingredients. There's even BACON!
Erin-Go-Breakfast Boxty - Potato pancakes topped with cheese and egg goodness? This four-serving recipe is an amazing dinner option. And if it's just the two of you, you'll have breakfast all ready to go for the next morning!
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