I've told you that I'm trying to shed a few pounds this year, as is my Hubs, and I confess that I don't know much about healthy cooking. I'm from the South--we dip it in butter, roll it in white flour, and fry the heck out of it. And then we cover it in cheese.
So, I'm counting on you to share some healthy recipes with us all, in this themed edition of Works-For-Me Wednesday: Eating Well.
My tip? It's not exactly a recipe, but it's working for me right now. I take a whole-wheat pita, cut it in half, and cut it in strips. I heat it in the microwave (or oven, if you want it crispy) until warm. When it comes out, I spray with it with canola cooking spray and sprinkle dry ranch dressing mix on it. It sort of feels like I'm eating chips, or bread. Sort of. If you're doing Weight Watchers, this is only 1 point (if you use half a pita).
For more recipes, Christy at The Abundant Life has started an eating healthy carnival, which I will be checking often for good ideas--you should too! You can read about her idea here. Also, my good friend MomRN2 is launching a new site today called Motivation Moments--it's all about exercise and healthy living. Go check it out!
Please, share your healthy recipes with all of Bloggityville below! WFMW guidelines can be found here. If you don't have a blog, please share your recipe in my comments section!