I am always looking for healthy, filling snacks to munch on during the day and when I came across this book I thought I would see what kinds of snacks she has to offer.
I was actually surprised with how detailed the beginning of the book is and how to have a healthy image and weight. It also went into everyday temptations (mindless eating while watching, etc) and exercise.
The recipes fill up about a good 100+ pages and they cover breakfasts, main, sides, snacks and desserts. For me I headed straight to the snacks chapter. I loved that each of the recipes put the calories, carbs, fat, sugar, protein, fiber, etc. It gave me an idea of what I should be looking for in a snack.
Some good snacks were apple and peanut butter, chocolate smoothie and tuna avocado dip.
A busy mother of two, Lisa faces the same challenges to healthy eating that we all do—unlimited access to junk food, a jam-packed schedule, a tight budget, and a love of delicious food. So in Snack Girl to the Rescue, she has created a way to make small changes that will make a difference in how you eat and live.
On her mega-popular blog Snack-Girl.com, she shares the simple secrets and delicious, healthful recipes that have helped keep her budget and her body in check. without sacrificing fun or flavor. Now with Snack Girl to the Rescue! A Real-Life Guide to Losing Weight and Getting Healthy with 100 Recipes Under 400 Calories, Lisa is sharing her best, tried and true advice on avoiding common weight-loss pitfalls, shopping healthier on a budget, and getting in shape, along with 100 recipes for fun, quick, and affordable meals and snacks—all of which clock in under 400 calories and are Weight Watchers friendly!
There are no gimmicks, no short cuts, it's just how you're supposed to live: a healthy balanced life. Lisa shows us in this book, that nobody is perfect—but with a few minor tweaks, you can change your lifestyle, be happy and be healthy.
So tell me, what are your favorite snacks?