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  • What’s Cooking In Our Facebook Community: 9/5/19 – 9/18/19

    Posted September 20th, 2019 by

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Community

    Admit it—when you hear the word “diet,” your mind automatically conjures up sad food images. In your head, you probably picture what’s cooking thusly: steamed, unseasoned veggies, bland chicken breasts sans salt, maybe even someone maniacally throwing your unfinished pint of ice cream into oncoming traffic. It’s an incredibly stigmatized word thanks to years of preconditioning, old fads, and older-still science.

    But anyone who subscribes to the Cooking Light Diet would call said stigma unfounded. And rightfully so. Where else will you find a “diet” that offers up meal plans chock-full of all the things you love eating? Cheeseburgers? We got ’em. Pasta? You bet! Quesadillas, pizzas, and casseroles? Oh yeah. This is one healthy meal plan that won’t leave you wanting for your favorite fare.

    To wit, here’s what some of our members were cooking (and sharing) in early September via our Facebook Community. If you see any meals you’d like to cook, be sure and subscribe below! It’ll be the best “diet” decision you ever make.

    Your Dinner Could Look Like THIS

    Liz Striegl reminded everyone in the Facebook Community how good these dinners can look with her Tomato Basil Risotto dinner.

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    Prepped for Lunch Success

    New member Hillary Ward showed that she’s already reaping the rewards of meal planning with some individually packaged Quinoa and Arugula Salad Jars. No snack machine runs for Hillary come lunchtime! (Am I the only one that does that?)

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    Leftovers? Why Not Repurpose Some

    Becky Street had some extra pot roast from the weekend, so instead of letting it go to waste, she used it to whip up some Black and Blue Quesadillas. We hope your husband did love it, Becky!

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    Family Favorites

    Meanwhile, Janelle McClintock used her Cooking Light Diet menus to make a favorite recipe among the men in her house. You would’ve had Ron Swanson at steak, Janelle, but the sweet taters are certainly a cherry on top.

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    Starting the Week Off Right

    Joyce Van Huis  ensured her week got off to a tasty start courtesy of Smashed Chili Cheeseburgers on a Monday night. Didn’t we say that this isn’t your regular diet fare?!

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    Short on Words, Big on Flavor

    Speaking of “this can’t be diet food,” Lisa Alop Stahlman was amazed by her Slow Cooker Sausage Cassoulet dinner. Steak, burgers, quesadillas, and casseroles, oh my!

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    Summertime Favorite

    Peach season is coming to an end, but that didn’t stop Patricia Reidy Lawrence from one last peach-perfect meal of Pan-Grilled Chicken with Peach Salsa. Glad you enjoyed it, Pat!

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    A Dinner Recommendation

    And if you needed a dinner recommendation, Susanne Hensel-Goodwin suggests the Vegetable Penne with Lemon-Cream Sauce. Make sure to serve with a side of Garlic-Roasted Broccoli.

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    Book It!

    One more recommendation for the road. Joyce Van Huis was really digging her dinners—she advised the rest of the Community to add Chinese Noodle Salad with Sesame Dressing to their rotations. Already have it saved in My Cookbook, Joyce!

    What's Cooking in the Cooking Light Diet Facebook Community

    If you like the sound of eating quesadillas, cheeseburgers, pasta, and more on your weight-loss journey, click the button below. And don’t forget to join our Facebook Community to see what’s happening there on a daily basis. 

    *Members following the Cooking Light Diet, on average, lose 1/2 lb. per week.