Giveaway! The Reader’s Digest Diet Cookbook

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The mother of the bride dress has been purchased!  Update to come…

But for this blogger, that means now is the time to take off these menopausal pounds.

Imagine my delight when Reader’s Digest offered to send me  a copy of The Digest Diet Cookbook. 

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Along with an explanation of the popular fat releasing Digest Diet, the cookbook is filled with recipes that  don’t require a market full of ingredients and are simple to make.

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I whipped up the Yogurt Baked Chicken a few nights ago and was amazed at just how tender those chicken tenders were.  Cliff was impressed that the chicken was deliciously infused with the flavors of the marinade.

Lots more Diet Digest recipes on the docket!

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The book’s editor, Liz Vaccariello, (above) writes a fitness blog, Loosing It with Liz.  Check it out here here.  Read more about the Digest Diet here.

Giveaway: Readers’s Digest is offering Friend for the Ride a giveaway!  Post a comment by February 4 saying you’d like to be the winner.  Winner will be selected at random.

Top PhotoThe Diet Digest Cookbook even features desserts such as Strawberry Cheesecake Moose, Papaya Tarts, Warm Three Berry Cream, and Chocolate-Glazed Espresso Nut Torte. That’s my kind of diet cooking!

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  1. Yes, I would LOVE this book. I remember seeing a healthy diet recipe on Oprah one day that irritated me to no end. The IDEA was just fine, but it had about 20 ingredients!!! If I have to work that hard to diet, I’m not going to do it. This book looks perfect for me and my desire to eat healthy with easy recipes. Thanks, Barbara and Liz.

  2. i would love to one this cookbook. I am looking for new ideas and recipes as we have large family and any saving and recipes is great.

  3. There’s such a wide variety of foods in The Digest Diet Cookbook that you’ll never feel like you’re dieting—and you won’t get bored with what you’re eating.

  4. The recipes are clearly explained, each including the nutritional values per serving and which fat releasers are used. In the appendix, the author gives some useful tips and menus, including advice for quick meals, vegetarian options, dairy-free, cooking for one, and dieting on a budget. Mouth-watering photos can be seen throughout the book.

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