Posted on Monday, August 1st, 2011 by Annat Katz
Skinnytaste – To me, the term ‘low fat’ always meant tasteless imitation of the real thing. Healthy foods in general are often perceived as having less appeal than their calorie-rich counterparts. But that doesn’t have to be the case, as Gina Homolka, author of Skinnytaste, shows. This cooking blog features “low fat, healthy recipes using real ingredients such as butter and sugar, just less of it.” How does it measure up? See for yourself with Gina’s Summer Squash and Chive Pancakes recipe.
Each recipe has an informative breakdown of servings, Weight Watchers points, calories, fat, protein, carbs, fiber, sugar and sodium. In addition, Skinnytaste offers the Ask Gina section where users can join diet and nutrition discussions to make the most of their healthy eating experience. Food that’s good for your body and soul doesn’t necessarily have to be healthy at the expense of great taste. Gina proves you can have the best of both worlds in Skinnytaste.