If you have Instagram, you’ve undoubtedly seen the #coronacooking hashtag by now. Folks all over the world have been using it to share what they’re cooking in the time of coronavirus. From cooking #fails to delivery orders, we’re getting a glimpse at how people are feeding themselves and their families. And since everyone else is sharing their meals, we wanted to share ours, too!
Yes, we have our own hashtags, too, but we have a much more efficient way to see what our members are cooking that doesn’t involve scrolling through hashtags: our Facebook Community. We parsed through recent posts to show you what our housebound chefs are whipping up in their own kitchens. WARNING: Don’t continue past this point if your stomach is empty. You’ll immediately start to salivate.
Here’s just some of what Cooking Light Diet members have been cooking lately. Make sure and subscribe to the CLDiet—if you haven’t already—to take advantage of these meals, plus thousands more! Stay healthy and safe out there, friends.
Takeout That’s Dine-In
Member Donna West shared her mouthwatering Slow Cooker Thai Beef Curry meal with the group recently. Having cooked this dish myself, I can attest to its deliciousness!
#CoronaCooking Cinco de Mayo
Sandra Stewart whipped up some Cobb Salad Tacos on May 5th. See what other Cooking Light Diet members made themselves on Cinco de Mayo here.
While we’re on the delicious taco train, we have to share Pat Lawrence’s Chicken Tinga Tacos. Even with some substitutions, this is a dinner your whole family will enjoy.
You Had Us at Spaghetti Pie
Donna West says the Sausage and Spaghetti Pie she made not only satisfied her husband, but that the portion sizes were substantial as well.
Gourmet Breakfasts at Home
Whether your preference is open-faced sandwiches…
…an unconventional meal that you may be surprised to eat in the morning…
…or a riff on Blueberry-Sour Cream Muffins featuring strawberries (baked by yours truly), folks have been enjoying an abundance of tasty morning meal options via the Cooking Light Diet.
Kid-Friendly Vegetarian Meals
Member Jay Shaw says that Chilled Soy-Lime Noodles with Tofu surprisingly earned approval from his kids.
Lori Dominick dubbed the Enchilada Casserole she prepared off her meal plans as “THE BEST.” That’s high praise! Thanks, Lori.
Speaking of high praise, can we take a second to appreciate Lori’s food styling skills? Whether it’s Sumac Chicken with Cauliflower and Carrots…
…or Pork with Mustard Sauce and Baby Carrots, she sure knows how to plate a delectable-looking meal.
A New Family Favorite
There are tons more posts from members in our Facebook Community, but we’ll leave you with this Tamale Chicken Potpie from Donna West. Yes, the words “diet” and “potpie” can be in the same sentence.
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