Great Site for Low Calorie Recipes

As you probably know by now, I’m one of 50 awesome bloggers participating in a weight loss and fitness challenge sponsored by Shaklee and their Cinch Inch Weight Loss line. In addition to losing the last of my baby weight and getting fit again, one of my goals is to help inspire other moms to make healthier choices in their daily lives.

I love trying new recipes. Some of them turn out great and others are a complete FAIL. I have discovered one thing that can be challenging for people who aren’t used to eating a super healthy diet is choosing the right recipes with the right number of calories for them to lose weight.

If you’re looking for a great website with lots of ideas for low calorie recipes, you should pop over and check out Whisked Foodie. Kim has an entire section dedicated to Healthy recipes. She even has some recipes in there that are specifically gluten free, which is always something I’m on the lookout for!

And while she doesn’t have videos for every recipe she posts, she does have a healthy number of video recipes if you’re still getting comfortable in the kitchen, cooking from scratch.

And I love the site’s description:

Through information and inspiration, we’re here to cut through the fat of gourmet culinary jargon and deliver the skinny on how to make real food taste real good—right in your own kitchen. With a small team of culinary and drink professionals, our goal is to bring out the gourmand inside the home cook. It doesn’t take a fancy degree, a high-tech kitchen, or an unlimited budget to bring the flavor and flare of good food to your table.

I like the simple design of the Whisked Foodie website. It’s easy to navigate and find what you’re looking for. So, if you get a chance, check it out!

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