Guest Author - Jennifer Murray
Eating healthy isn't always as easy at it would seem to be. You may feel as if you're stuck in a rut -- eating the same foods all the time. Why not get a cookbook to help you get "unstuck?" Betty Crocker cookbooks are some of the most popular and no wonder -- they're packed with delicious recipes and beautifully illustrated, and oftentimes offer helpful hints. Some Betty Crocker cookbooks are designed especially for healthy living. I have found that most Betty Crocker healthy recipes are really quite good and make me feel like I'm eating "bad" food instead of healthy food. Leave your stomach feeling satisfied and your body healthy with these great Betty Crocker cookbooks:
400 + recipes covering snacks to seafood to meatless entrees. Each recipe is labeled so that
you can easily find recipes low in calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, and/or high in fiber, along
with Diet Exchanges. This book also includes helpful tips on eating healthy and wellness.
Over 1,000 recipes, including low-fat, low-calorie, and vegetarian meals. Handy tips on how to
choose foods, cooking directions, what to equipment to use to cook in, and beautifully illustrated
Includes over 300 recipes which can be made in 30 minutes or less and for any occasion.
Each recipe includes time needed, nutritional information, and cooking and serving tips.
Betty Crocker, two oncologists, and a nutritionist bring back the joy of eating to people
undergoing cancer treatment with delicious recipes that are nutritious and easy to make. A
thoughtful, practical gift for patients and families coping with cancer. 130 recipes, from
breakfasts to snacks to dinners to desserts, like Extra-Easy Baked Ziti, Fettuccine with and
Country Blueberry Cobbler. An easy 7-day menu plan based on eating small meals six times a
day -- just right for patients in treatment. Plus much more.