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New Dinner Only Meal Plans and New Year’s $25 Special!

New Dinner Only Meal Plans and New Year’s $25 Special!

I am incredibly excited to announce the newest addition to Slender Kitchen Meal Plans – Dinner Only Meal Plans! Starting with this week, in addition to the complete regular, vegetarian, and low carb healthy and Weight Watchers® friendly meal plans – there will also be Dinner Only Meal Plans! Each meal plan will include 5 delicious dinner recipes including side dishes as well as two fallback meals. Every week’s dinner only plan will include nutritional information, a categorized shopping list, and Weight Watchers PointsPlus®. The meal plans will be for 2 or 4 people, but can easily be adjusted to fit any family size.

In addition, with the launch of our new dinner only meal plans, we are offering a special $25 yearly price for new Slender Kitchen Meal Plan Members. This gives you access to the complete healthy, vegetarian, and low carb meal plans as well as the new Dinner Only plans! It’s a full year membership at the very low cost of .48 cents weekly or $2 monthly. That’s less than the cost of a cup of coffee and you can start losing weight and eating healthier today.

Never again will you have to worry about spending hours creating meal plans and grocery lists, gaining weight due to last minute meal decisions, wasting money on food you don’t need, and scrambling to calculate PointsPlus® or nutritional info. These meal plans are designed to put everything you need to lose weight and eat healthy right at your fingertips. Just imagine the extra weight you can lose and time you will have when the guesswork is taken out of meal planning and dieting! Even better throughout the year, you can switch between the available meal plans with no extra costs. Still not sure? See what some of our current members have to say here.

FAQs About the New Dinner Only Meal Plans

  1. How many meals will be included in the new Dinner Only plans? Will there be side dishes?
  2. Knowing that many people don’t eat at home every night and may already have breakfast and lunch routines, we created the dinner only meal plans with 5 complete dinners that include side dishes. Each Dinner Only meal plan contains all the nutritional info, all recipes, a categorized shopping list, and two extra recipes in case there is a meal you don’t like.

  3. Are the Dinner Only plans available in vegetarian and low carb?
  4. Yes! The dinner only plans are available in the regular healthy plan as well as a vegetarian and low carb options.

  5. Do I have to choose if I want the Dinner Only plans or the complete meal plans?
  6. Not at all! We understand that schedules can be different every week and sometimes you may want the full plan while some weeks you may just want dinners. As a member you get access to all the plans every week.

  7. Why are there only five recipes in the Dinner Only plans?
  8. After talking to members who requested Dinner Only plans, many said that they normally prepare a meal at home 5 nights a week. For anyone who wants to prepare more meals, there are two fallback recipes that can provide a full week’s worth of meals. Additionally, it is very easy to eliminate recipes if you don’t need all five.

  9. Do I have to be on Weight Watchers® to use these meal plans?
  10. Not at all. In fact the meal plans are designed to work for anyone looking to prepare healthy meals that taste great. Most dinners have between 350-425 calories including side dishes.

    Have more questions? Please contact us or ask in the comments.

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Brussels Sprouts and Bacon Frittata

Brussels Sprouts and Bacon Frittata

Brussels sprouts and bacon is a hard combination to beat. Usually I roast my Brussels sprouts with a few pieces of bacon if I have it at home and that inevitably turns into breakfast the next day with a poached egg. It’s delicious, but it’s usually only enough for one serving. That got me thinking that this combo would be delicious in a quiche or frittata and thus this recipe was born. Earthy sprouts, salty bacon, and eggs – there’s not much more I could want. Except cheese maybe? I was making this meal for a few folks who can’t eat cheese so I left it out, but it would definitely be a delicious addition.

Brussels Sprouts and Bacon Frittata
Servings: 4
Serving Size: 1 slice
Nutritional Info: 252 calories, 12g of fat, 7g of carbohydrates, 2g of fiber, 16g of protein, 3g of sugar
Weight Watchers® PointsPlus®: 6 * (more…)

* PointsPlus® calculated by Slender Kitchen; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.

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Friday Five: The Gift of Cookbooks

Friday Five: The Gift of Cookbooks

This week I thought I would share some last minute cookbooks (one of my favorite gifts) for the favorite cooks in your lives. These suggestions include some diet friendly books as well as some just plain beautiful and delicious ones. What are your favorite cookbooks from this year?

1. Seriously Delish from Jessica Merchant blogger, the extraordinaire from How Sweet Eats. Her recipes truly are seriously delish.

2. The New Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone from Deborah Madison recently came out with an updated version that is the perfect gift for any vegetarian or someone hoping to enjoy more meatless meals. I also love Plenty More for vegetarians and vegetable lovers.

3. Mastering My Mistakes In The Kitchen from Dana Cowin of Food and Wine is full of delicious recipes and great tips for becoming a better home cook.

4. Cooking Light’s Global Kitchen is full of easy to make recipes from around the globe. So far I haven’t tried a recipe I didn’t enjoy.

5. Sheet Pan Suppers from Molly Gilbert is a genius cookbook with over 100 recipes that can be made on a sheet pan – pretty amazing.

Some others I love Skinnytaste, Crazy Sexy Kitchen, Martha Stewart One Pot Meals, and almost any Weight Watchers Cookbooks, especially the 50th Anniversary Edition.

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Low Carb and Paleo Pumpkin “Oats”

Low Carb and Paleo Pumpkin “Oats”

I have a friend who recently switched to a Paleo diet and so far the one thing she misses most is her morning bowl of oatmeal. It’s was her go-to breakfast and since eggs don’t top her list of favorite foods, breakfast has been challenging to say the least. So I set out to help her find a replacement for her morning oats. We tried a bunch of different versions and this one surfaced as our favorite. Made with flaxseed meal, chia seeds, shredded coconut, and pumpkin – it’s packed with fiber and pretty delicious. The texture is definitely not the same as normal oats – it’s more like a thick porridge, but I really like the flavor. You can use the pumpkin that’s suggested or substitute in mashed bananas, applesauce, or yogurt if you aren’t a pumpkin fan.

Low Carb and Paleo Pumpkin “Oats”
Servings: 1
Serving Size: 1 cup
Nutritional Info: 289 calories, 18.6g of fat, 24.7g of carbohydrates, 18g of fiber, 10.7g of protein, 0g of sugar
Weight Watchers® PointsPlus®: 6 * (more…)

* PointsPlus® calculated by Slender Kitchen; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.

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Simple Rosemary Chicken

Simple Rosemary Chicken

Lately I have been making really simple recipes and meals. Perhaps it’s a reaction to the holidays and abundance of rich dishes and sweets, but more likely it’s a lack of energy after long work days and holiday to-do-lists taking over any available brain space. Keeping that in mind, today’s recipe is a simple rosemary and garlic chicken breast that can be grilled or seared in a pan and finished in the oven.

Simple Rosemary Chicken
Servings: 4
Serving Size: 6 oz.
Nutritional Info: 223 calories, 9g of fat, .8g of carbohydrates, 0g of fiber, 33g of protein, 0g of sugar
Weight Watchers® PointsPlus®: 5 * (more…)

* PointsPlus® calculated by Slender Kitchen; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.

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Sunday Slow Cooker: Pepperoncini Chicken

Sunday Slow Cooker:  Pepperoncini Chicken

This pepperoncini beef (aka Drip Beef) recipe I shared last February continues to be one of my favorite slow cooker recipes ever. I make it all the time and love it for game day sandwiches or barbecues. Recently I was craving it but didn’t have the energy to run to the store to buy beef. Luckily, I had some chicken in the freezer and decided to try out a version with chicken breast and it came out delicious. Tender, juicy chicken paired with the slightly spicy flavor to the peppers. It’s great packed in a sandwich, served over rice, or on a bed of greens.

Slow Cooker Pepperoncini Chicken
Servings: 8
Serving Size: 6 oz.
Nutritional Info: 208 calories, 2.2g of fat, 1.3g of carbohydrates, 0g of fiber, 34.4g of protein, 0g of sugar
Weight Watchers® PointsPlus®: 5 * (more…)

* PointsPlus® calculated by Slender Kitchen; Not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.

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