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The 1500-Calorie-A-Day Cookbook

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Eat up. Slim down. It's just that easy--with just 1,500 delicious calories a day! From the author of The 1,200-Calorie-a-Day Menu Cookbook, comes all new recipes for when you are counting calories but don't want to sacrifice flavor, taste, or variety. While most low-calorie meal plans leave you hungry for more, this cookbook serves up a satisfying selection of energy-boosti Eat up. Slim down. It's just that easy--with just 1,500 delicious calories a day! From the author of The 1,200-Calorie-a-Day Menu Cookbook, comes all new recipes for when you are counting calories but don't want to sacrifice flavor, taste, or variety. While most low-calorie meal plans leave you hungry for more, this cookbook serves up a satisfying selection of energy-boosting breakfasts, fast-fix lunches, and delectable dinners--plus two healthy snacks and one guilt-free dessert--every single day! It's hard to believe it's just 1,500 calories.

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30 review for The 1500-Calorie-A-Day Cookbook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sue

    Recipes using pre-packaged muck and loads of sugar. I found one recipe that I would perhaps take a look at and it appeared to be loaded in salt. Low calorie does not equate to healthy in this cookbook.

  2. 4 out of 5

    N.L. Riviezzo

    A decent collection of recipes but - like with The 1200-Calorie-a-Day Menu Cookbook : Quick and Easy Recipes for Delicious Low-fat Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners, and Desserts - many of the recipes are dependent on commercial products that are very unhealthy. However, in conjunction with the 1200 calorie book, a very nice & varied weekly menu can be achieved without using any unhealthy products. My advice for anyone who uses these limited-calorie cookbooks is read product ingredients and calor A decent collection of recipes but - like with The 1200-Calorie-a-Day Menu Cookbook : Quick and Easy Recipes for Delicious Low-fat Breakfasts, Lunches, Dinners, and Desserts - many of the recipes are dependent on commercial products that are very unhealthy. However, in conjunction with the 1200 calorie book, a very nice & varied weekly menu can be achieved without using any unhealthy products. My advice for anyone who uses these limited-calorie cookbooks is read product ingredients and calorie counts. Higher fat items are often have the same calorie count (or very similar count) with less by-products, more protein and less sugar thus healthier overall.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Peach

    I made the mistake of reading "The Pioneer Woman Cooks" cookbook first - full of glossy pages, hundreds of color photos and recipes that sound so good I was salivating like a dog under the dinner table by the time I got to Ree's recipe for homemade Cinnamon Rolls. Then I read this book. No pictures. No banter. No nothing. I found not one single recipe that I wanted to try...and I looked through the book THREE times...just hoping something, just something would catch my eye. Nope.

  4. 5 out of 5

    hissi

    her time saving techniques don't depend on the method of cooking but buying prepacked/frozen/packaged food.. if i wanna learn how to make a good cake from this book i'd have to start by purchasing a cake mix, doesn't make sense. i know this book didn't mention anything about "healthy" cooking but i didn't expect it to be that compact. i gave it one star because there isn't one single picture!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mckinley

    Don't like the layout - not easy to follow. The up side is she includes a complete menu - such as including fruit, bread, etc in the calorie count. Ok, my issues with these sort of recipes is that they use reduced-fat, diet- , lite- which I don't want to be consuming. Why reduced fat margarine rather than a healthier fat like an oil? etc. A couple of recipes I will try adapting.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Angela

    Like most cookbooks, this was a hit or miss. There are, inevitably, some recipes that I think "gross!" and then there are some that I would like to try. This is the same situation that goes with this book.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mona

    I appreciate not only recipes for the main dish, but suggestions for a complete meal; takes out a lot of guesswork.

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    Kathryn hice

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    secret ninja

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    Nakia

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    Donna Hubbard

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    Tonia Neumann

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    Barbie Hadnot

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    Hannah Rocha

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    Tarteil Omer

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    Stuart L Chafin

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    Appledoumas

  29. 4 out of 5

    G.R. Williamsom

  30. 5 out of 5

    Numa khan

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