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Gooseberry Patch’s Good-For-You Everyday Meals Giveaway

With the weather FINALLY warming up, I can feel the winter comfort food lingering as we all reintroduce ourselves to the outdoors. Planting lettuce and other cool weather plants in the garden is also motivating for me to think about eating a little more consciously. The latest cookbook from Gooseberry Patch, Good-For-You Everyday Meals, is just what this good weather ordered.

Good For You Everyday Meals Cookbook

The cookbook has over 200 fresh-tasting recipes the whole family will love. Here is a peak at a few recipes I made for my family. They were lick the bowl good!

bowties and sausage Fort Worth Bean DipQuick Spicy Beef burritos on corn tortillasThe cookbook is laid out easy for you to find the right kind of dish. Plus it includes a recipe index in the back.

Good-For-You Everyday Meals table of content If this isn’t enough to convince you, checkout these other reviews of the cookbook.

Threaded Together

A Latte with Ott, A

Homesteaders Heart

Goodeness Gracious

Well Seasoned Life

Delightful Country Cookin’

Grammas in the Kitchen

Susie QTpies Cafe

Girl with blog

Want to win it, just leave a comment! Let me know what you do to make your recipes more healthy or one of your favorite healthy recipes. If you leave a comment you are entered. The giveaway will end April 12 at 11:59 pm. Don’t delay!!

I received two copies of the cookbook for free from Gooseberry Patch. One to keep and one to giveaway. Opinions on the cookbook are all mine. 

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  1. I’ve been adding extra veggies so any recipe (like carrots and celery in my chili) and lessening the amount of cheese. :)

  2. apple blossom says:

    love fresh fruits and veggies

  3. I use Greek yogurt instead of mayonnaise or sour cream.

  4. I starting growing my own veggies ,canning and freezing them to ues in my recipes over the long cold Ohio winter.

  5. Susan Sorquist says:

    what my family doesn’t know will make them healthy like cauliflower in the mashed potatoes and broccoli puree in the potatoe soup

  6. I try to make our plate 2/3 veggies/fresh fruits.

  7. Melissa says:

    I reduce the amount of sugar in my baked goods, and 90% of the time its not even missed.

  8. Tamara Choat says:

    I feed my kid fruits and veggies when she is most hungry, and sneak spinach into any food that my husband will not call me out on.

  9. Ever since I put in my summer and winter garden we have been able to add fresh fruit and veg to our meals year round.

  10. I make it healthy by cooking balanced meals at home.

  11. I’m not sure how I missed this GBP cookbook, I’m always on the lookout for healthier meals.

    I lighten up our meals by cutting back on fats and only using healthy fats such as olive oil in moderation.
    We love fresh veggies from the Farmer’s market.
    We very rarely consume processed foods.
    I use only lean cuts of meats and boneless skinless poultry.
    I only use low fat dairy and lots of Greek yogurt.
    I make cookies using oatmeal and bananas in place of four, sugar and fat.

    We love sweets and baked goods – this is my go-to recipe to indulge in those cravings:

    Healthy Oatmeal Banana Cookies

    2 large ripe bananas
    1 cup raw oatmeal, not instant or quick cooking
    1/4 cup shredded coconut
    1/4 cup dried cranberries
    1/4 cup mini chocolate chips
    1/4 cup chopped nuts
    1 tsp vanilla
    1/2 tsp cinnamon (optional)

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment paper
    In a mixer, lightly mash bananas.
    Stir in vanilla, cinnamon and oatmeal until just combined.
    Stir in remaining ingredients until mixed well.
    Using a small ice cream/cookie scoop (about 1 Tbsp), spoon out cookies in rounds on baking sheet.
    Bake for about 12 – 15 minutes.
    Allow to cool for about 10 minutes before serving.
    Recipe makes anywhere from 16 – 20 cookies depending on the amount of ingredients and the size of bananas.

  12. We watch our portion sizes.

  13. Eat more chicken and fish and lean meats once in a while. Serve up lots of veggies on the side. :)

  14. Ariana McCoy says:

    I try to add extra veggies to everything

  15. Alexis K says:

    Always try to add veggies (even to something like Hamburger Helper) or increase the amount of veggies. If veggies are not part of the main dish, then I always make an effort to serve a side of veggies.

  16. Debbie Caraballo says:

    I’ve been lightening up my recipes for awhile now. I use reduced fat dairy products, low sodium/fat free broth, increase vegetable content a bit, substitute ground turkey for beef in some things. Since I’m diabetic, I also used sugar free puddings, cake mixes, and cookies to make desserts!

  17. I love Gooseberry Patch! Your cookbooks are a staple in my kitchen!

  18. Andrea D. says:

    I try to limit fat and add more herbs and spices. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  19. Love to add fresh vegies with a meal. also love to grill them.

  20. Carla Ellington says:

    I quit smoking 2 1/2 years ago, but had a near death experience a year and a half ago, so not only am I nicotine free, I’m now caffine free! I’ve always been a water drinker but recently, about the last 6 months I’ve been adding fresh fruits, cucumbers and mint leaves to my water, then when my gallon jug is empty refill the water. Its usually good for 2 gallons and about 3 to 4 days. I always enjoy your blogs and thank you for the opportunity to enter.

  21. keshakeke says:

    I have started adding more fruits and veggies to my family time meals

  22. Angie ellefson says:

    Light daisy sour cream.

  23. I use lots more vegetables & hardly any assed salt. I’m a diabetic so I keep track of the carbs & sugar too. Use less red meat and try chicken and fish recipes.

  24. Cheri George says:

    Love Gooseberry Patch recipes.

  25. Cheri George says:

    Love Gooseberry Patch recipes more veggies, dried fruit. I even got my husband to eat rice.

  26. With a vegetarian in the family, I would double the beans and cut out the meat in this recipe.

  27. Kathie H says:

    I used to use a lot of sauces and soups in my recipes. I learned how much sodium and calories I was feeding my family and I now use other methods such as broth, low fat dressing, etc. I also try to use mustard in place of mayonnaise on sandwiches for my sons (when they let me). I also learned to use applesauce in baking (when it won’t hurt the recipe) which cuts down on fat and is healthier for you.

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  30. This looks like a great cook book for my hectic life!

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