Dr Oz: Hungry Girl Recipes & Diet Plan

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Dr Oz: Hungry Girl Recipes & Diet Plan

By on March 19, 2012

Dr Oz: The Hungry Girl Recipes

Tired of being hungry all the time while trying to lose weight? (Yeah, me too!) Doctor Oz is joined by the author of “The Hungry Girl” books (such as Hungry Girl 1-2-3: The Easiest, Most Delicious, Guilt-Free Recipes on the Planet), Lisa Lillien, to show you how to get more bang for your buck by eating more food and still losing weight. Dr Oz previously did a show with Lillien where she made the Hungry Girl Shrimp Fettuccine Alfredo Recipe.  With The Hungry Girl’s Diet, there is no deprivation, only more food…and who doesn’t love that?

Dr Oz: Lisa Lillien

Lisa Lillien, a self-proclaimed foodie, has figured out how to diet without going hungry. She isn’t a chef or a dietician. She scoured supermarkets, researched the Internet and worked with a team of scientists to find out how to eat more and lose weight. One million people follow her e-mails for her secrets, and her books are flying off the shelves. Lisa demonstrates that you can still love food and lose weight.

Dr Oz: Hungry Girl Diet Plan

Molly, a Hungry Girl follower, lost 107 lbs by using Lisa’s tips such as dipping and not pouring your salad dressing because it will save you calories. Christina, another Hungry Girl follower, lost 100 lbs using Lisa’s recipes and Katy lost 50 lbs by following The Hungry Girl guidelines. Lisa Lillien told Dr Oz that one important key is to find swaps for the foods that you crave and want. Lisa told Doctor Oz that she thought about food all day long. (Who doesn’t?) Everday, she planned and wrote down what she ate.

Hungry Girl: EZ Cheesy Lasagna Recipe

Lisa Lillien spoke about Hungry Girl’s EZ Cheesy Lasagna Recipe (also called the Pasta Expander). -2 (1/4-in thick) eggplant slices (cut lengthwise from a long eggplant), patted dry

Hungry Girl’s EZ Cheesy Lasagna for Two

Hungry Girl’s EZ Cheesy Lasagna for Two Recipe

-1 egg white (or 2 Tbsp liquid egg whites) -/2 C light or low-fat ricotta cheese -1 Tbsp basil (chopped) -1/2 tsp garlic (chopped) -1/4 tsp salt (add a pinch more for taste) -ground nutmeg -1 C mushrooms (chopped) -1C canned crushed tomatoes -1/2 Tbsp Italian seasoning 2 sheets oven-ready lasagna noodles -1/4 C part-skim mozzarella cheese (shredded) -1 Tbsp reduced-fat Parmesan-style grated topping -black pepper (optional) Directions -Preheat oven to 425° F -Spray a baking sheet with nonstick spray -Lay eggplant slices on the baking sheet and spray with nonstick spray -Bake for 10 minutes -Flip eggplant and bake for about 10 more minutes. -in a medium bowl, thoroughly mix egg whites, ricotta cheese, basil, garlic, salt, and nutmeg. -bring a skillet sprayed with nonstick spray to medium-high heat. -cook and stir mushrooms until softened (4 minutes.) -stir mushrooms into ricotta mixture. -spray a 9-inch by 5-inch loaf pan with nonstick spray. -mix crushed tomatoes with Italian seasoning in a medium bowl. -evenly layer ingredients in the loaf pan: 1/4 cup seasoned tomatoes 1 lasagna sheet half of the mushroom-ricotta mixture 1/4 C seasoned tomatoes 1 eggplant slice -repeat layering with remaining ingredients. -sprinkle with mozzarella cheese and grated topping. -bake until cheese is lightly browned (about 20 to 25 minutes) Enjoy! Nutrition Facts Traditional Lasagna: 850 calories Hungry Girl’s Lasagna: 250 calories 6.5g fat 31g carbs 5g fiber 16.5g protein

Hungry Girl: Mega Mac & Cheese Recipe

Another of Lisa Lillien’s Pasta Expanders is the Hungry Girl’s Mega Mac & Cheese Recipe. -3 C frozen cauliflower florets

Hungry Girl Mega Mac & Cheese Recipe

Hungry Girl Mega Mac & Cheese Recipe

-4 1/2 oz (about 1 1/4 cups) uncooked high-fiber elbow macaroni -2 Tbsp light sour cream -2 slices low-fat American cheese -4 wedges of The Laughing Cow Light Creamy Swiss Cheese Optional seasonings: salt and black pepper Directions -place cauliflower in a large microwave-safe bowl (cover and microwave for 3 minutes). ———-uncover and stir. -re-cover and microwave for 2 to 3 minutes. -drain excess liquid. -chop cauliflower, return to the bowl, and cover to keep warm. -prepare pasta per package instructions ( about 7 minutes) in a medium/large bowl. -drain pasta and stir into cauliflower. -cover to keep warm. -mix sour cream, cheese slices, and cheese wedges, breaking slices and wedges into pieces in a medium microwave-safe bowl. -microwave for 20 seconds and then stir well. -microwave for another 20 seconds (or until cheeses have melted.) -stir well. -add cheese mixture to the large bowl and thoroughly stir. Enjoy! Nutrition Facts 198 calories 4.5g fat 390mg sodium 30g carbs 4.5g fiber 5.5g sugars 10g protein

Hungry Girl: Club Soda Chocolate Cake Recipe

One of Lisa Lillien’s Supersize Sweets and Treats that she shared with Dr Oz is the Hungry Girl Club Soda Chocolate Cake. 1 (18.25 oz) box moist-style dark chocolate cake mix

Hungry Girl Club Soda Chocolate Cake Recipe

Hungry Girl Club Soda Chocolate Cake Recipe

1 (12 oz) can club soda Directions -preheat oven to 350° F. -spray a 9-inch by 13-inch baking pan with nonstick spray -whisk cake mix with soda until smooth in a large bowl. -pour into the pan. -bake until a knife inserted into the center comes out clean (30 to 35 minutes). Enjoy! Nutrition Information Traditional Cake: 290 calories Hungry Girl Cake: 171 calories 3.5g fat 301mg sodium 34g carbs 19g sugars 1.5g protein

Hungry Girl: Red Hot Apple Pie in a Mug Recipe

Dr Oz also learned about Lisa Lillien’s Super Sized Sweet & Treat called the Hungry Girl Red Hot Apple Pie in a Mug Recipe. – medium Fuji apple (cored and cut into 1/2-inch cubes)

Hungry Girl Apple Pie in a Mug Recipe

Hungry Girl Red Hot Apple Pie in a Mug Recipe

-12 to 15 pieces Red Hots cinnamon-flavored candy -1/2 sheet (2 crackers) low-fat cinnamon graham crackers (crushed) -dash cinnamon Directions -place apple cubes in a microwave-safe cup or mug. -top with Red Hots (the more, the hotter!) -cover and microwave for 2 minutes. -stir well. -re-cover and microwave for 1 to 2 minutes. -mix well. -let cool, at least 10 minutes. -top with crushed graham crackers and cinnamon. Enjoy! Nutrition Facts Traditional Apple Pie: 490 calories per serving Hungry Girl Apple Pie: 135 calories/per mug 0.5g fat 44mg sodium 46g carbs 3.5g fiber 23.5g sugars 0.5g protein

Hungry Girl: Whopper Stopper Recipe

One of Lisa Lillien’s Frozen Food Mega Meals is the Hungry Girl Whopper Stopper… watch out Burger King!!! -1 frozen meatless hamburger-style patty (100 calories or less) ie. Boca Burger

Hungry Girl Whopper Stopper Recipe

Hungry Girl Whopper Burger Recipe

-1 light whole grain or whole wheat hamburger bun -1 slice tomato -1 slice onion -1/2 lettuce leaf -3 hamburger dill pickle chips -1 teaspoon light mayonnaise -1 teaspoon ketchup Directions -bring a skillet sprayed with nonstick spray to medium heat. -cook patty on each side (4 minutes per side). -split bun into halves and place patty on the bottom half. -top with tomato onion lettuce pickle slices -spread the top half of the bun with mayo and ketchup, and place it on top of the stack Enjoy! Nutrition Facts Traditional Burger: 670 calories Hungry Girl Burger: 220 calories 5g fat 31g carbs 9.5g fiber 15.5g protein Doctor Oz had Molly, Christina and Katy try the chocolate cake and all 3 said it was delish! Trying any of these recipes tonight? Leave a message and let me know how it tastes.

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Comments to Dr Oz: Hungry Girl Recipes & Diet Plan

  1. maria pantano says:

    Where is recipe for chicken parm. Also, what can you used instead of fiber one for breading. I do not eat fiber one it has artificial sweetener.

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