Healthy Recipes

Healthy Breakfast Recipes by Andie Mitchell

Breakfast

5 Delicious and Light Bagel Spreads ~100 calories

Healthy Breakfast Quinoa with Coconut Milk and Apples 275 calories

Healthy Sausage Egg and Cheese Breakfast Bowls 395 calories

Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie  335 calories

Whole Wheat Sour Cream Pancakes 226 calories

Sugar Free Pumpkin Spice Smoothie 190 calories

Warm and Spicy Baked Pumpkin Donuts 169 calories

Cold Brewed Ice Coffee at Home

Tomorroats 200 calories

Chewy Cherry Almond Granola Bars 

Whipped Oatmeal with Egg Whites 218 Calories

Kale Smoothie 300 calories

Toasted Coconut and Pineapple Granola 250 calories

Strawberry Banana Pancakes 350 calories

Zucchini Muffins

Healthier Morning Glory Muffins

 

Pepperoni Meatzza Recipe! It's a low carb recipe with ground beef, sauce, cheese, and pepperoni! Add a few herbs and spices, and you've got a delicious meat pizza!

Beef and Pork

Beef with Red Wine Mushroom Sauce 387 calories

Loaded Healthy Nachos with Beef and Homemade Tortilla Chips 374 calories

Bacon Blue Cheese Stuffed Burgers 420 calories

Cheeseburger Salad with Big Mac Dressing 445 calories

Pepperoni Meatzza 390 calories

Beef and Lentil Sloppy Joes 214 calories

Lighter Spicy Mongolian Beef 406 calories

Hearty Beef Stew 612 calories

The Best Meatballs and Marinara 320 calories

Slow Cooked Chili Steak Fajitas

Quick Red Beans and Rice with Andouille Sausage 500 calories

Slow Cooker Barbecue Pork with Mango Slaw 375 calories

Tamale Chicken Pot Pies

Chicken and Turkey

Tamale Chicken Pot Pies 284 calories

One Pan Chicken with Potatoes, Wine and Olives

Veggie Loaded Mexican Stuffed Peppers 374 calories

Healthy Chicken Broccoli Fettuccine Alfredo 377 calories

Spicy Basil Chicken Stir Fry 287 calories

Light Italian Chicken Salad with Roasted Garlic 195 calories

Easy Healthy Chicken Lo Mein Under 250 Calories 237 calories

Grilled Chicken with Bruschetta Topping 198 calories

One Pot Spaghetti and (Turkey) Meatballs 418 calories

Jamaican Jerk Chicken 157 calories

Pistachio Peach Salad with Grilled Chicken and Honey Vinaigrette 450 calories

Asian Grilled and Glazed Chicken Skewers 250 calories

Spinach Salad with Chicken, Feta, Almonds and Fresh Strawberry Dressing 385 calories

Grilled Chicken Kabobs with Simple Lemon Orange Marinade 320 calories

Fool Proof Turkey Meatloaf 255 calories

Chicken with Garlic Balsamic Tomatoes 240 calories

Healthy Coconut Curry Chicken 320 calories

Blackened Chicken Salad with Light Buttermilk Ranch Dressing 325 calories

20 Minute Chicken with Sun Dried Tomatoes and Feta 305 calories

Chinese Turkey Lettuce Wraps 335 calories

Chicken Parmesan Burgers 322 calories

Buffalo Turkey Burgers with Blue Cheese Sauce 319 calories

Lighter Baked Chicken Parmesan 299 calories

Grilled Chicken in Sun Dried Tomato Vinaigrette 193 calories 

Lemon Chicken Gyros with Tzatziki and Feta 380 calories

Thai Basil Turkey Meatballs 214 calories

Healthy Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup 401 calories

The Easiest Lemon Chicken Cordon Bleu

Healthy Salad Recipes by Andie Mitchell

Salads

Baby Kale Salad with Orange, Pomegranate and Maple Tahini Dressing 298 calories

Light Italian Chicken Salad with Roasted Garlic 195 calories

15 Minute Spring Zucchini Ribbon Salad 382 calories

Easy No Massage Kale Caesar Salad 170 calories

Spinach Salad with Chicken, Feta, Almonds and Fresh Strawberry Dressing 385 calories

Cheeseburger Salad with Big Mac Dressing 445 calories

Blackened Chicken Salad with Light Buttermilk Ranch Dressing 325 calories

Mediterranean Chicken and Artichoke Salad 341 calories

Arugula Avocado Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette 170 calories

Summer Shrimp Salad with Grilled Peaches and Fresh Corn 334 calories

Pistachio Peach Salad with Grilled Chicken and Honey Vinaigrette 450 calories

Healthy Fish and Seafood Recipes by Andie Mitchell

Seafood

Lighter Fried Fish Sandwich with Creamy Coleslaw 390 calories

Lemon Garlic Tuna Burgers 175 calories

Salmon Salad with Cucumber Feta and Mint 177 calories

Salmon with Yogurt Dill Sauce and Cucumber Feta Salad 350 calories

Summer Shrimp Salad with Grilled Peaches and Fresh Corn 334 calories

Soba Noodle and Shrimp Salad with Peanut Ginger Dressing 451 calories

15 Minute Ginger Shrimp Stir Fry 260 calories

The Simplest Poached Salmon with Pesto and Feta 303 calories

Sesame Salmon Burgers with Dill Yogurt Sauce 366 calories

Barbecue Salmon Burrito Bowl

Shrimp with Spicy Garlic Sauce 217 calories

Tuna Noodle Casserole 515 calories

Healthy Snacks and Appetizers - Recipes by Andie Mitchell

Snacks and Appetizers

Buffalo Chicken Rolls 103 calories

Lighter Baked Stuffed Shrimp 87 calories

Barbecue Chicken Rolls

Chicken Parmesan Wraps 178 calories

Petite Lasagnas 181 calories

Tuna Rangoon

How to Make a Cheese Plate

Roasted Chickpeas

Loaded Healthy Nachos 374 calories

Salmon Summer Rolls 375 calories

Crispy Buffalo Chicken Tenders 288 calories

Baked Coconut Crusted Chicken Tenders 254 calories

Healthy Side Dishes - Recipes by Andie Mitchell

Vegetables and Sides

Easy No Massage Kale Caesar Salad 170 calories

Arugula Avocado Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette 170 calories

Baby Kale Salad with Orange, Pomegranate and Maple Tahini Dressing 298 calories

Parmesan Mashed Cauliflower 127 calories

Baked Butternut Squash Fries 152 calories

Cranberry Quinoa Salad 233 calories

Autumn Butternut Squash Salad

Roasted Broccoli 65 calories

Curry Roasted Cauliflower with Sweet Peas 113 calories

Healthy Vegetarian Recipes by Andie Mitchell

Vegetarian

Healthy + Easy Baked Eggplant Parmesan 398 calories

Easy Stuffed Shells Recipe 282 calories

Easy Vegetarian Tortilla Soup with Chili Roasted Chickpeas 283 calories

Cheesy Mexican Quinoa and Black Bean Casserole 343 calories

Healthy Peanut Sauce Noodles with Spiralized Summer Squash Noodles 272 calories

White Bean Puttanesca with Garlic Bread 573 calories

30 Minute Healthy Vegetable Soup 169 calories

Lightened Up Pad Thai for Two 319 calories

Minted Orzo Salad with Chickpeas and Feta 340 calories

Loaded Quinoa Veggie Burgers 230 calories

Vegan Black Bean Burgers 204 calories

Soy Ginger Fried Couscous

Baked Falafel with Lemon Tahini Sauce 531 calories

Three Cheese Baked Ziti 431 calories

Pasta e Fagioli 450 calories

Dal Makhani 328 calories

Cranberry Quinoa Salad 233 calories

Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Chili 280 calories (vegetarian) 435 calories (with beef)

91 thoughts on “Healthy Recipes

  1. danielle

    Hi andrea, had a great time chatting with you at dr. dewey’s! this is a great blog! hope all goes well with the move! :) d

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  2. lisa shultheis

    Hello it is Monday Oct. 25th this is my first day of the journey I am starting. I need to loose about 20lbs and get healthy and today is the day I have set my mind to do so. I read your article in womans day magazine and thought finally a diet I can stick to and enjoy some real food. Thank you so much for sharing your story and wish me luck!

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  3. Karen

    I too just read the article in womans day magazine and could relate to everything in it. I want to change my eating pattern I just don’t know where to start. I’m 48 and have been thin all my life and have eaten anything I wanted but the last 5 years all that has changed I’ve gained 40 lbs. and don’t have the tools to eat healthy. Do you have a book or something with all the receipes and tools to get started. Every monday I say I’m going to start and by lunch time I’ve blown it. Thank you in advance for any input.

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  4. Becca

    I enjoyed the WW article and I am liking your diet as presented in the magazine, but which recipes on your website are applicable? Seems like there are tons of sweets and desserts on here!

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    1. Can You Stay for Dinner

      Hi Becca! Thanks for visiting! Most of the recipes here are healthy in that they use mainly whole, real ingredients and I’d say that almost all of them are around 400-500 calories per serving, which I find to be a really fantastic meal size. I know there are lots of desserts, that is because I adore sweets and even more, I love baking and cooking. I don’t limit myself to only making healthy dishes, and I really do try to enjoy absolutely everything in moderation. The article made it seem like you’d find a weight loss plan here- me telling you what to eat for breakfast lunch and dinner. But that’s not what this blog is right now. I simply want to share the experiences I’ve had, the journey I’ve gone through, and to show others that you really can lose weight and eat well. It’s all about the balance. I also want to share the recipes I’ve come to love. I hope you’ll stick around and maybe try some of the recipes! I wish you all the best! -Andrea

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      1. Belinda

        So excited to find your site, I’m anxious to get started with your fabulous recipes, 2012 is my year, I’ve been exercising and eating well but need whole foods so here I go,, thank you!!

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  5. Lisa

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your blog and all of your recipes that I’ve tried!!!! I LOVE the new layout too!! Super easy to find those recipes and send them to friends that want to try them! LOVE IT – Keep it up!!!!!!

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  6. Karla

    Hi! Delurking to say I LOVE your blog, your journey, your sense of humour, your food, and your photos.
    :)
    Keep rocking it girl!

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  7. Stephanie

    Just came across your blog thanks to Jessica on How Sweet it Is and I am speechless! Your story is beautiful and soooo similar to mine and the pictures are mouthwatering. Don’t think my Moleskin is big enough to pen down all the recipes I wanna cook from your blog. Hope you pop over to my freshly started blog and share some of your kitchen secrets with us….
    Cheers from Milan – Stephanie

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    1. Fatima

      I’m glad that you liked the taste, but am dipsapointed that they turned out fragile for you. Hmmm, odd. When I made these, mine were crisp on the outside and chewy on the inside. I wonder if it has something to do with varying oven temperatures. I checked on these often through the baking time because I was worried about overbaking them. I wish I had a real solution to suggest for next time … aside from try baking them shorter or at a slightly lower temperature. Thanks for sharing! ~Megan

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  8. Katie P

    Andie- Since you spent time in Italy cooking and eating do you have an amazing recipe for homemade gnocchi? It’s one of my favorite food and it’s on my bucket list of things I want to learn to make well.Thanks!

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  9. Rebecca Seaman

    Hi Andie – a few weeks back, might have even been June you had a very simple and delicious way you roast your broccoli. Now I cannot find it in your recipes or in your previous blogs. Can you repost for me please?

    Thanks so much.

    PS: I just LOVE your blog and your writing.

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  11. Becky

    Made the Double Coconut Rice…Amazing!!! I have always wanted to try it and finally did. So glad I came across your site, I love it! Thank you very much :)

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  12. Andrea Hurdle

    You used to have a recipe for blueberry bars or coppler on here. I loved it but cannot find it anymore. You’ve got a picture under the ‘on cooking’ section. Hope you know, what I am talking about. Can you email it to me, please?

    Thanks in advance,
    Andrea

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  13. Rich

    I think I may be the first guy to post on here, but I stumbled upon this after Rebecca Schley shared a pretty tasty looking picture of the lemon garlic tuna burgers on Pinterest (http://pinterest.com/pin/194569646370894489/ – The website is made for you if you haven’t already got a pinboard set up). It’s safe to say I’m going to be giving those a try tonight and note them down for a future fancy lunch.

    Congratulations on putting together such an inspirational website. I’m sure this will serve to help many people and I’ll be heading back here if I ever overuse the ice-cream maker too much!

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  14. Michelle

    I am 346lbs right now. I’ve lost 109lbs since last June…so a year and 6 months. I’ve hit a plateau. I can no longer walk because I have plantar fasciitis that causes horrible shooting pain along my feet and sometimes if I’m on my feet for more than three hours it will spread all the way up to my knees via my calves. Its horrible and I ignored it for so long the doctor says I will just have to stay off my feet until they heal and then do the 8 million different exercises every morning and night after if I want to maintain it until I lose the rest of the weight. So I’ve been focusing on nutrition. I’m kind of a binge eater…I suppose is what you’d call it. I won’t eat until 6pm them I won’t stop until I go to bed at 9 or 10pm. I don’t feel hungry for the first part of the day and then when I finally I am I feel like I’m starving to death. So I’m making myself eat in the mornings before work and dragging food along with me to work and then eating a nice dinner and leaving it at that. Work isn’t cooperating. They’ve just made a rule that no one can have any food in their offices except snack food from the vending machines. So I don’t get to snack on carrots anymore but I’ve never had much of a sweet tooth or been a snacker so this just means I don’t get carrots while I write reports which..I dislike. LOL. Anyway I HATE COOKING. I’ve read your entire blog today and I wish I liked to cook. I LOVE to bake.. cookies, cake, cupcakes, tiramisu (didn’t turn out well but my boyfriend eat it anyway)…but I never eat the desserts I make. Its kind of like the crafts that I love..once I’ve made something I want someone else to LOVE it like I do and I immediately search people out to please with my desserts and crafts. Savory food has escaped me though…the bane of my existence is mashed potatoes which I can’t seem to make NOT RUNNING regardless of the recipe I follow. I’ve been trying to make them since I was in middle school. NOTHING DOING TATERS. lol. Lately I’ve been branching out though. I really want to eat healthy and I’ve always leaned that way I just eat too much healthy. I gorged myself on carrots (no dressing blehhhhh) I used to literally eat heads of lettuce all by their lonesome when I was little. My mother loves telling that story. Not that carrots and lettuce are the cause but when you can put away two asian pears, three mangos, five oranges, and a pineapple in one day…it packs on. Fruits and Veggies are my addiction. I have a difficult time getting meat into most of my meals and I eat way way way too much BREAD for anyones OWN good. I’ll bring a bucket (metaphor for my bowl) of veggies/fruit and an entire loaf of french bread to the table and eat the works. Its weird but its something I’ve been working on. I just turn into a DUMMMY when it comes to making savory meals. My boyfriend likes to cook terrible unhealthy meals but he is so active he maintains a weight of about 170 and hasn’t had any trouble. I can’t rely on his cooking anymore but he doesn’t mind cooking…but I just can’t do it. No more lasagna, tuna noodle casserole, or mac and cheese PLEASE! So I thought I would tell you my story and let you know that I’m going to do my best to try your recipes because they look delicious and right up my alley especially the vegetarian!!! lol

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    1. Linda

      Michelle,
      I wish you the best of luck, I myself am in the 350 range and am in desperate need of a new way of eating. I’ve been reading this site today at work and find it very inspiring. Now, to find the motivation!! :)

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    2. Jessica

      I had plantar fasciitis for the better part of 2 years. It was SO painful! And I did the same thing – ignored it to the point where it became a big issue. I spent hundreds on doctor visits, had 3 cortisone shots, tried 6+ months of physical therapy, wore a boot… you name it. I finally had the surgery, and although the recovery was painful and put me out of commission for 3-4 weeks, IT WAS TOTALLY WORTH IT. The surgery has advanced and is now arthroscopic, so the podiatrist can see what they are doing instead of cutting blindly like hey did years ago. You should see if this is an option, or maybe try a new doc. I can’t imagine why you would have to just suffer through it!

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    3. Tracy

      Michelle,
      I am not a big morning eater, and like you I can go almost all day and eat nothing and then put away a cow later in the day. Last year I got withing 15 lbs of my goal weight. But I HAD to change the way I ate. One of the things that helped me the most was an online menu planner and food tracker. I used sparkpeople.com. they have alot of tools on there that are helpful. Check it out. Also you should check into low imact workouts and possibly swimming (of course with the go ahead from your dr)

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  15. Christen

    You sound like me. Except I didnt eat that much but I am a fruit, veggie, and bread addict! I was getting totally frustrated when this summer I trained to run a 5K and counted calories and didn’t lose weight! I went to the doctor and they told me that I was insulin resistant and that I needed to eat more protein. What happens is even when I eat good foods like fruits and vegetables, my body can’t process it properly and my blood sugar spikes causing my body to store it as fat. Basically ive had to cut out carbs and eat protein. If I do eat carbs, I have to make sure I have enough protein to trick my body into processing it properly. I’ve done this a week and lost 4 lbs! It sucks the first couple of days and then really isn’t that bad after that. Good luck!!!

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  16. Mel H

    Michelle, I want to suggest something for your fasciitis, that worked for my husband. As long as he wears them, he has NO more pain!!! He got special insoles for his shoes, (i know the prices can be astronomical), but these are sold at the Birkenstock Store. I want to say they were about $60, but after you know the size, I found them online for about $36. They were recommended by someone else, and has saved him!!! He’s worn them for about 3 yrs now!

    BEST OF LUCK to you, as I know that can be painfull!!!

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    1. Heidi

      Mel & Michelle,
      About the fasciitis, I also had it. My feet would hurt in the morning for awhile, then as I got going they would calm down. But then I bought Birkenstocks, and I have no more pain either! It’s the best thing I could’ve done. I have the inserts, but I don’t use them, I just wear my Birkenstocks all the time, and get them resoled when the tread wears down. But they saved my feet!!

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  17. Danielle

    Im so glad i found this website. I have lost 25lbs in 2 months and have a long way to go but i think some of these recipes with help me on my journey. I cant wait till I reach that day I loose that 135. that is amazing and inspiring.

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  19. Laura

    Thank you for the inspiration. Off now to buy the walking shoes (so HATE the gym) to lose the 70lbs. Will do the recipes I know the kids will love too. Thank you from the bottom of my (rather large) heart!

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    1. admin

      Hi Meghan, I jogged for 30-40 minutes six days a week. I never did any sort of strength training, only cardio. Looking back, I think it would have been a world better if I had been more balanced in the forms of exercise I did.
      Thanks for reading,
      Andie

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    2. Mehmet

      I just made these- they are dceuliois! I made them for all of my house mates and they are devouring them. For me, this recipe made about 2 dozen, and the cookies still came out huge!

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  21. Nina

    I am looking for the motivation to do this I need to lose 60. I know with my personality I need someone to encourage me and hold me accountable for what I do and praise me for what I do right. Glad I found your blog…..I am gonna try this again.

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  22. Inas

    Hello,

    I really love your blog and your honest (and sometimes funny) way of writing. I just started my journey and I am quite terrified that I won’t manage it, especially since I could not keep my weight last time. I still need to lose at least 130lbds and I would like to lose most of it within this year.
    What inspires me most is that you can still eat ‘normal’ and sometimes not so healthy food, that it’s alright not to exercise daily and that it is still possible to keep a healthy weight. Than you for this message!

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  23. Judi Brogden

    I’m interested in some of your recipes. I’m on a W.W. program, but hard to find exciting or different recipes.

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  24. Keelie

    Hello Andie!
    I just want to thank you for putting your story on this blog, you’re an inspiration.

    I’m somewhere in the 210 range (and 5’5″) and though I’m not completely dissatisfied with how I look, I don’t like how I feel. Your blog (and several others) has inspired me to start eating better; as much as I hate to cook, I’m decent at it, so I’m told, and food you cook yourself is always healthier than buying the same thing premade from somewhere else.

    So thank you! Maybe I’ll make my own blog, and catalogue my journey. :)

    Best wishes to you in all you do from here!
    Kee

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  25. Kim Grey

    Hi Andrea, I love your recipes and your writing! I found your blog through Pinterest, for the Parmesan Chicken Wraps, which I’m going to make for dinner tonight (I meant to make them last week, but had forgotten to take the wonton wrappers out to thaw, oops).

    I have just spent at least an hour bookmarking/ pinning your recipes, and reading your blog. Your weight loss story and your beautiful sense of humour are so inspiring! I wish you all the best of luck with your new life in Costa Rica. Cheers!

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  26. ASuburbanLife

    I finally got around to making your Lemon Parmesan Vinaigrette – delicious! This will be my go-to dressing from now on. (Until I try another one of your recipes….)

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  28. Ellie

    Now these are recipes that I would LIKE to make: normal ingredients and things I can get my husband to eat too. Lots of appeal. Thank you for sharing!

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  29. Amanda R.

    Hello, I found you via Pinterest and I think I’ve made 6 of your recipes in the last month along. I love them! My only comment is that your Mini Rainier Cherry Cheesecakes aren’t listed in your Recipe page. The only way I can find them is on your Petite Lasagna page in your description. I love both recipes by the way, especially the built in portion control! Thanks for all you do to share great food with us.

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  30. Nina

    You are amazing and I love you for all of these awesome recipes that I’ve always wished existed and have finally found!!! Can’t wait to try to stuff out!!

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  31. Nina

    You are amazing and I love you for all of these awesome recipes that I’ve always wished existed and have finally found!!! Can’t wait to try this stuff out!!

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  33. Erin J

    Great looking recipes! I can’t wait to try a bunch of them! I really appreciate some different meat-less meal ideas you provided! Happy Cooking!

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  34. Suzanne

    Hi Andie,
    Just found you on pinterist. I loved reading your story. You are so inspiring. I’m looking forward to following your blog. Over the past year I have lost 40lbs and need to loose another 50. I definatley need encouragement and motivation as I get stuck frequently. Thank you for writing with such honesty, you are wise beyond your years!

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  35. Lois

    I have lost 73 pounds so far and have about 115 to go. Sometimes it seems like an impossible task and I should just stop torturing myself and devour the red velvet cheesecake and works pizza I so crave. Reading this blog was inspirational and I hope that with inspiration like this, and the miracle of cauliflower tasting so much like potatoes and pizza crust, I will reach my goal. Thanks for the story!!!

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  36. Castalia Martin

    Hey, so I was wondering if you had any good ideas for me, because I am starting college this fall with my friends. I am a bigger than all my roommates, and they are all very active. We have made a pact to eat healthy and lose weight and all, but I realize college is stressful.. do you have any ideas on some quick easy meals so I am not always at a drive in..?

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  37. andrea

    Do any of your recipes come in printer-friendly versions???? I have a recipe binder and I’d love to be able to just print these out instead of having to hand write them all (because there are so many I love). Love your blog, it’s amazing! Congrats on the weight loss!

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  39. heather

    Made your salmon burgers for dinner last night! YUMMMMMM!

    Today I threw some boneless skinless chicken thighs in the slow-cooker and poured some teriyaki sauce over them…TYSM for that great tip!

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  40. alicelex83

    Hello,

    Love the website. Love the recipes but I am wondering if you are able to add the how much is in one serving and then the calories?

    Thank you

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  41. Alexandra

    How is it that I just found you?? I am not a blog person but found you by way of pinterest and think you and your blog is wonderful. The recipes are easy to follow and the pictures are beautiful! Also and as a side note- you seem to be crazy much in the same way as me. You have found a follower ma’am.

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  42. Camille popken

    I just discovered your blog via Pinterest and have tried the pulled pork tacos and tonight the Mac n cheese w blue cheese and hot chicken. Thank you!! I am an average person who is married, we both work full time with a child. Very hard to find good, healthy recipes. I am a cook and I knew your recipes would be fantastic just by reading the ingredient list. Thank you again !!!

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  43. Catherine

    Hi there!!! I just wanted to know when you were trying to loose weight. Did you have 2 snacks in between meals?? And what time did you have your last meal?? I’m just trying to figure out how much I should be eating during the day. I need to loose 20lbs. Thanks!!!

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  44. Alicia

    All of these recipes sound amazing! I got to this site searching healthy recipes….all of these recipes can not be healthy, can they? I mean they look amazing dont get me wrong but how can I eat this good and still have it be low fat/cal/etc?

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  46. Michelle M.

    Andie, I read above that you wrote an article on Woman’s Day about weight loss. Would you be able to repost it here on your website? I’m 9 lbs. down since Jan. 9th. But, I need inspiration for the next 25 lbs. Thank you for creating this great site. Found you on someone else’s pinterest. Will definitely be coming back to your website frequently!

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  47. Lindsay

    I made your chicken parm appetizers for a get together with my girl friends. We loved them! I love eating healthier options that still taste delicious :)

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  48. Sarah

    Hi, just found you through pinterest. Excited to try every, single recipe–and I love reading your intros to them. Keep up the good work! (p.s. I gave myself the gift of losing 30 lbs for my 30th birthday, almost ten years ago. I am always looking for help keeping the weight off, and your blog is so engaging, your recipes so fun–especially for someone whose hobby is cooking–that I am truly grateful to have stumbled upon it. Thank you!)

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