Holiday Cooking for Busy People
14 Recipes Created by LISAPOOH34
I'm no chef, and I don't have a lot of time to prepare elaborate recipes. I like foods that taste great, are good for me, and don't take all day to prepare! Here's a collection of recipes that will help you get through the holidays and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Recipes in this Collection
Cookbook creator says: You can use 1 cup of any combination of fruit that you like. I like berries for added fiber! This low-cal, nutrition packed meal to-go is great for fueling up before a long day of gift shopping!Submitted by SCOOBIES48
Cookbook creator says: Sometimes, when you need a quick and easy meal after a long day of holiday preparations, the temptation is to call for pizza delivery. Try this yummy, healthier substitute instead!Submitted by LISAPOOH34
Cookbook creator says: A fun alternative for a traditional holiday treat! When I'm cooking for just myself, I cut one sweet potato into strips, spread on a foil-lined cookie sheet that's been sprayed with cooking spray, and then spray again with cooking spray. Try sprinkling different seasonings on top!Submitted by SUEALLAN
Cookbook creator says: I love this sweet and spicy soup, especially on a cool fall day. I usually make a big pot of it on a Sunday afternoon and then save leftovers in small containers, perfect for reheating or grab and go lunches during the week.
Cookbook creator says: My family's traditional Christmas Eve meal is soup and sandwiches. This is a healthier alternative to Mom's traditional Broccoli Cheese soup that will still get us out the door in time for church!Submitted by PAIGESCOTT
Cookbook creator says: I make something similar to this, but I leave off the splenda and cinnamon. When you heat it, the granola gets a little soft, so it's kind of like an apple crumble. This is a favorite snack!Submitted by SHANIMCK