Biggest Loser Family Cookbook: Budget-Friendly Meals Your Whole Family Will Love
Devin Alexander, Melissa Roberson
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
As grocery costs continue to rise, many family cooks are finding themselves in a tough predicament: How can they feed their families healthy, satisfying meals without breaking the bank? In The Biggest Loser Family Cookbook, New York Times best-selling author Devin Alexander shows families that eating on a budget can be easy, nutritious-and delicious!
With more than 125 recipes that will satisfy every member of the family, Chef Alexander provides complete, affordable options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, along with mix-and-match side dishes, healthy snacks, and desserts. From Broccoli & Cheddar Frittatas to Steak Fajita Quesadillas, Family Sized Meatball Parmesan to Peanut Butter Fudge Sundaes, these wholesome, satisfying dishes will become an essential part of every family cook's repertoire.
In addition to an overview of the Biggest Loser eating plan and Chef Alexander's recipes, readers will find helpful cooking and cost-saving tips from favorite Biggest Loser contestants and online club members. They will also find simple ways to get kids involved in the kitchen and fun ideas for family mealtimes. Designed to make healthy eating accessible for everyone, The Biggest Loser Family Cookbook will help pad wallets-not waistlines.
lightly browned, about 5 minutes. Transfer the vegetables to a bowl and cover to keep warm. Return the skillet to high heat. When hot, respray the pan. In batches if necessary, add the steak strips in a single layer. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the meat is lightly browned on the outsides and slightly pink inside, 1 to 2 minutes. Add the sautéed vegetables and toss with the meat until warm. Unroll the warmed tortillas. Place 2 tortillas side by side on each of 4 large dinner plates.
Biggest Loser Online Club: Juliana O’Hare, Season 6 Once a week, I head to a store with great fresh produce. I buy a variety of vegetables and fruit. When I get home, I immediately wash and cut up all the produce. I divide up the fruit and veggies and store them in one large Tupperware container and five small snack containers or Ziploc steam bags for dinner each day. Any fruit left over at the end of the week goes into my freezer to use for delicious fruit smoothies worthy of dessert status.
strawberry shortcake … it’s just about the perfect summer treat. Well, here’s a new warm-weather fave that’s likely to please a crowd of any size and any age—and it certainly doesn’t hurt that you don’t have to slave over it for more than a couple of minutes. 4 low-fat, whole grain or whole wheat waffles 2 cups sliced fresh strawberries � cup fat-free frozen whipped topping, thawed Toast the waffles according to package directions. Place one waffle on each of 4 plates and mound � cup
Murphy, who have continually supported me. Thanks also to Christina Gaugler, Nancy N. Bailey, Wendy Hess Gable, Mitch Mandel, Diane Vezza, and Pam Simpson. To the producers and executives of The Biggest Loser, particularly Mark Koops, Managing Director at Reveille; Cindy Chang at NBC Universal; and Todd Nelson and J. D. Roth, of 3 Ball Productions, who made me the happiest girl ever when they invited me into the Biggest Loser family the first time around. To Kim Niemi and Neysa Gordon, from NBC
Sayers, Alexandra Gudmundsson, Emily Adams, and Sandy Levin, who methodically tested each recipe. And to Stephanie Farrell, Erin Sayers, and Kathryn Jacoby, who were integral in developing numerous dishes. To Sarah Tricomi, who supported our every move in and out of the kitchen. And to Bob Alder, for lending support and sharing some of Roman’s faves. To the team at Circulon, for continually providing me the best nonstick cookware on the market. And a very special thanks to my manager, Julie