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100 Calorie Snack Cookbook

Posted Jul 19 2010 4:11pm

100 Calorie Snack Cookbook




Snack attacks can happen when you least expect them . . . or at around the same time every day. Be prepared for the call of the craving with the 100-Calorie Snack Cookbook, a collection of over 200 satisfying and wholesome alternatives to those overpriced 100-calorie packages of cookies or chips. For example, did you know that for 100 calories, you could have your choice of three plums, five apricots, twelve spicy almonds, three graham crackers, or two cups of arugula? You can satisfy your craving for salty, creamy, cheesy, or crunchy with quick and easy recipes.

Exclusive Recipe Excerpts from the 100-Calorie Snack Cookbook


Berry Fro-Yo

Gazpacho

Chocolate Matchsticks

5 Stars Greak book for snacks!
Just recieved it less than a week after order. Great recipes for those who likes snacks, recommend it!

3 Stars Not for kids!
I got this book to try to think of clever snacks for my overweight 4 yr old. It was not at all what I was expecting. There was hardly anything in the whole book she would touch. There wasn’t much I would eat in it either. All the snacks were really “fancy”. Things that most people would not take the time or money to go out and purchase. Most didn’t sound all that yummy either. Try looking at it in the local bookstore before buying, so you don’t have to return it like I did.

5 Stars Yummy & Low-Cal….
The 100-Calorie Snack Cookbook by Sally Sampson is a wonderfully creative cookbook filled with delicious, low-calorie snacks. A valuable resource for those trying to watch their calorie intake, 100-Calorie Snack Cookbook has some scrumptious and filling options for low-cal fare. A few of my favorites: Congee (exploded rice soup), Pomegranate Sangria, Banana Cocoa Malted (beverage), and Portobello Mushroom with mozzarella and tomato. These, of course, are just a few of the delicious recipes you’ll find inside Sampson’s 100-Calorie Snack Cookbook. Along with each recipe, you’ll find a brief paragraph outlining the author’s take on the snack – sometimes witty, sometimes informative, but always written in a personal, friendly style. Handy nutritional facts are listed for each recipe, too. Colorful photos appear for nearly every single recipe, giving the book a visual appeal that will have your mouth watering.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone trying to stick to their diet. The tasty 100-calorie snacks it contains are well worth looking into – particularly if, like me, you are tired of the same boring low-cal snacks you’re eating now. Fresh and original, you won’t be disappointed with the 100-Calorie Snack Cookbook.

4 Stars Good Snack Book
I just received my book a few days ago, and I am pleasantly pleased at the recipes. Granted there area few recipes that are not to my liking or may appear “fancy”, (But I can’t think of any recipe book where I like all the entries) but in general this book has many recipes that I am very interested in trying, and soon. I was afraid there were going to be to many weird or unusual recipes.

Do these sound to unusual and weird?

Minestrone

Egg Sandwich

Spiced Popcorn

Hot and spicy nuts

Pasta Chips

Cajun Chex Mix

Peanut butter & “Jelly”

Popcorn with Basil and Parmesan

Honey Peanut Butter bites

Cheese Tortilla

Parmesan Flats

Pita with Yogurt and cukes

Apple Chips

Chocolate Match Sticks

Mini Cranberry muffins

Ice burg Quarters w/ BleuCheese

Shrimp with spiced salt

Canadian Bacon w/ Brn sugar and mustard

Smoked Ham Pita

Grilled Pineapple

Peaches and “cream”

Berry Fro-Yo

Rice crispy treats

Chocolate cereal bites

PB&J Rice treats

Chocolate Truffles

And more….

To think I almost didn’t buy this book because of the negative reviews! As long as your not expecting small portions of flat out junk food, or kiddy type food, you should enjoy this book fine.

1 Star Don’t waste your money
There’s not one thing in this book that I would like. Most are not quick fix foods. I gave the book away.

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