After selling out of over 5,000 copies since it’s first publication, this cookbook has been combined with Stacey’s original Medifast Lean and Green Low Carb cookbook, Stacey’s Fresh Favorites and 25 Slow Cooker Recipes to make for one powerhouse, Lean and Green recipe book with over 125 incredible recipes.
The collection includes both main dishes, side dishes, soups and salads and includes many recipes for slow cookers. All recipes are very family friendly and easy to make while conforming with many of today’s popular diet programs.
All recipes include nutritional information and breakdowns for Take Shape for Life recipes, Medifast Lean and Green Recipes portions and also meet requirements for 21 Day Fix recipes, Beachbody recipes, Weight Watchers recipes, Advocare recipes, Isagenix recipes and many more.
After selling out of Real Meals vol 1 in 2014, Stacey introduced Real Meals, Volume 2 to bring you 100 beautiful pages of recipes from appetizers and soups to brilliant side dishes, hearty main courses and more.
Featuring easy yet delicious recipes such as Chopped Kale Salad with Balsamic Orange Vinaigrette, Popsy’s Pig Candy, Mediterranean Chicken with Feta & Tomato and Caramel Apple Cheesecakes, this downloadable PDF cookbook is sure to please.
Please note that this cookbook was written by Stacey at Time Savor Solutions and that all products marked Time Savor Solutions are equal to those in the current Stacey Hawkins line. This cookbook is NOT strictly low carb and does not include nutritional information.
In this Low-Carb recipe collection, Stacey’s created over 50 mouthwatering recipes that use ONLY one or more of the following products: Awesome Autumn, Skinny Scampi, Garlic Gusto, Tuscan Fantasy, Roasted Garlic Oil and Balsamic Mosto Cotto.
This cookbook is downloadable and can be viewed on any electronic device that opens a PDF. Print one recipe or print the entire book, it’s up to you. Features Appetizers & Starters, Main Dishes, Side Dishes and much more.
The quest for perfection is exhausting and merciless and often leads us to feel less than, worthless and simply wanting to hide those imperfections from the rest of the world.
Our struggles are the same no matter what our body types, and we are relentless in our pursuit of perfection because we believe that being imperfect means being inadequate. We keep striving to reach what can seem to be an unreachable goal because deep down, all we really want is to be happy.
But what if we have it all wrong? What if personal happiness actually comes from our imperfections and not by erasing them?
After decades of struggles, author Stacey Hawkins found the path to happiness by embracing her imperfections. In this compelling story, Stacey not only motivates others to do the same, but started a riveting movement for men and women everywhere, giving them a place to call home where they are already perfect.