Zero Deprivation Diet

I’ve been on this ‘diet’ for quite some time now – and I have to say that there is really ZERO DEPRIVATION involved. I have eaten EVERYTHING – butter, cream, chocolate, cheese, breads, pizza, beef, fried foods….and the list goes on.

This really is not a diet for me anymore – it is a way of life and eating 400 calorie portions just means eating things in moderation. I crave nothing because I get it all. I don’t make every meal a heavier one. But with some of them, I pack the 400 calories with ingredients that are just going to make it TASTE rich and decadent. Other meals I get more bang for my calorie buck by serving lots of veggies, fruits, fish, grilled chicken – all the things you expect to see when eating healthy. It’s a balancing act – but well worth the effort because I can eat things like you see here on my blog…

And so can you – and you can lose weight while doing it !

Here are some GRAND, RICH, DECADENT, DELICIOUS foods that make sure you are not feeling deprived:

Eggs and Corned Beef Hash
Banana Pancakes
Elvis’ French Toast

Toasted Clubs
Monte Cristo
Pesto and Mozzarella
Grilled Cheese

Greek BLT
Hot Dog
Homemade Hot Pockets
Pita Pepperoni Pizza
Cheeseburgers
Sloppy Joes
Grilled Cheese and Tomato


Stuffed Shells Florentine

Lasagna
Coffee and Steak
Meatloaf
Pork Souvlaki
Steak with Mushroom Gravy
Braised Pork with Cream Sauce
Cuban Beef
Pasta with Lentils
Beef and Tomatoes

Egg Rolls
Homemade Lo Mein
Fried Rice
Home Fries
Macaroni and Cheese
Garlicky Oven Fries
Pepper Muffins
Cheesy Spirals
Potato Skins

Peanut Butter Cupcakes
Key Lime Pie
Cinnamon Rolls
Soft Serve Vanilla Ice Cream
Dulche de Leche Rice Pudding
Coconut Fudgies
Strawberry Shortcake
Strawberry Brownie Cake

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