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Low-fat menu planning with E-Mealz


And I really do {heart} them!  I just downloaded another great (low-fat!) menu from E-Mealz for this week. Here's the lineup:

  • Smoky Orange Chicken with steamed rice
  • Lemon Parsley Turkey with Angel Hair Pasta
  • Bacon Mushroom Quiche
  • Sweet & Tangy Dogs
  • Spicy Honey Chicken with Lemon Roasted Potatoes
  • Grilled Pork Medallions with Baked Sweet Potatoes
  • Fiesta Chicken with Cilantro Rice

I'll be trying several of these recipes!

I've been using E-Mealz menu planning program for about 3 months and so many of the recipes have been picky-eater-approved and added to our rotation! I have been really surprised by how accepted they have been - usually I have to give the disclaimer, "Now, this is an experiment...", which is usually met with very wary and skeptical looks from my family. I still give a disclaimer, but can now instead say, "This is a new recipe from E-Mealz", and everyone digs in. I think every one I have tried has been approved. That's really saying a lot at my house.

A selection of approved recipes:

  • Orange Teriyaki Beef Noodle Bowl
  • Crock-pot French Dip Sandwiches
  • Skillet Chicken with Tomatoes & Spinach
  • Crock-pot Italian Beef Subs
  • Creamy Roast Beef Pitas with horseradish cream sauce

Another disclaimer: The E-Mealz links above are affiliate links - I get a 25% commission if anyone clicks the link and signs up for their service. But I wouldn't write such a glowing review if I hadn't tried it myself or didn't believe in the program. Give them a try! You really can't beat $1.25 a week for someone else to do all your menu planning for you!


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