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The Skinnytaste Cookbook Giveaway

The Skinnytaste Cookbook Giveaway jillconyers.com @jillconyers @skinnytaste #cookbook #eatclean

I’m enjoying food again! I’m not thinking what I eat 24/7 and I’m not obsessing so much that I would rather not eat at all.

Not everyday is perfect. Some days are a struggle and they’re becoming fewer and far between. I’m able to see the eating disorder thoughts for what they are and I stop them before they become actions.

That’s where I am with my relationship with food.

The Skinnytaste Cookbook jillconyers.com @jillconyers @skinnytaste #cookbook #eatclean

Part of how I’ve been able to rebuild a healthy relationship with food is with a small stack of books and cookbooks and on the top is The Skinnytaste Cookbook.

What I’ve been focusing on, other than enjoying great tasting food again, is a healthy balance of nutritious foods without restrictions [with gluten free options]. Finding balance has been the key and that’s exactly what I’ve found with The Skinnytaste Cookbook.

I know Gina from Skinnytaste.com is know to many, if not all, of you. She’s described as America’s most trusted home cook when it comes to easy, flavorful recipes made from all natural, easy-to-find ingredients.

Even with all the recipes available online, some cookbooks are worthy of buying a hardcopy. The Skinnytaste Cookbook is one of those books.

The Skinnytaste Cookbook is packed with 150 recipes: 125 all-new dishes and 25 fan favorites. Everything from breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert with 100 full color photos. All recipes are presented with nutritional facts as well as snippets of helpful nutrition info from registered dietician Heather K Jones, RD.

A family favorite and most requested recipe that just happens to cook in my favorite, awesomely convenient slow-cooker.

Slow-Cooker Chicken Enchilada Soup jillconyers.com @jillconyers @skinnytaste #TheSkinnytasteCookbook #cookbook #eatclean

A standard chicken enchilada recipe thrown into a slow-cooker. What emerged a few hours later was this delicious, chunky soup and topped with cheese, scallions, cilantro and avocado. It’s all the great things enjoyed in enchiladas in one neat bowl.

SOUP
2 teaspoons olive oil
1/2 cup chopped onion
3 garlic cloves, minced
3 cups Swanson 33% less sodium chicken broth*
1 (8-ounce) can tomato sauce
1 to 2 teaspoons chipotle chile in adobo sauce, chopped
1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro
1 (15-ounce) can low-sodium black beans, rinsed and drained
1 (14.5-ounce) can petite diced tomatoes
2 cups frozen corn kernels
1 teaspoon ground cumin, plus more to taste
1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breast

TOPPINGS
3/4 cup shredded reduced fat cheddar cheese
1/4 cup chopped scallions
1/4 cup chopped fresh cilantro
1 medium (4-ounces) Hass avocado, sliced
6 tablespoons reduced-fat sour cream (optional)

*Read the label to make sure the product is gluten-free.

For the soup: In a medium nonstick skillet, heat the oil over medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook, stirring, until soft, about 3 minutes. Add to the slow-cooker along with the broth, tomato sauce, chipotle in adobo, cilantro, beans, tomatoes, corn, cumin and oregano. Add the chicken breasts. Cover and cook on low for 4 to 6 hours.

Remove the chicken, shred it with two forks, and return it to the slow-cooker.

For the toppings: To serve, ladle into 6 serving bowls and dividing evenly, top each with 2 tablespoons of cheddar, scallions, cilantro, avocado and sour cream (if using).

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Gina and Skinnytaste.com is offering one reader a copy of The Skinnytaste Cookbook.

Enter for a chance to win:

Leave a separate comment for EACH entry. Giveaway ends at midnight (EST) on Friday, November 21.

  • [Mandatory] Leave a comment and tell me the name of a family favorite recipe.
  • Pin the recipe image in this post. Tag @skinnytaste @jillconyers #theskinnytastecookbook and leave a link to the pin in the comments.
  • Tweet the giveaway and leave a link to the tweet in the comments. [Do this daily for more chances to win.]
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  1. My family loves my grandmothers home made egg noodles.

  2. Irish potato bread – a BIG deal in my family. Lamb stew as well, but I don’t eat lamb.

  3. Our family loves the spaghetti squash pizza bake from PaleOMG.

  4. Favorite family recipe is definitely green bean casserole!

    1. If you’re already a fan of Skinnytaste you’re going to love this cookbook!

  5. Kim Henrichs says:

    Our favorite family recipe is Chicken and noodles with handmade noodles.

  6. One of my favorite recipes is the hearty fall soup that I’ve been making lately. It’s so healthy, delicious, and warms me right up on chilly days!

    1. I love jambalaya! I haven’t eaten it in forever. Growing up in N.O. jambalaya was a household staple.

  7. One of our favorite family recipes is one I just made this week (Jordan requested it for his birthday) – manicotti with a mixture of meat and cheese for the filling.

  8. That slow cooker chicken enchilada soup looks amazing! I’m definitely going to be trying that one soon now that it’s so cold out! My favorite family recipe is cake batter cookies. They are so delicious and so easy to make! YUM!

  9. I love slow cooker soups and this one looks amazing! One of our favorite recipes right now is Sweet Potato & Black Bean Tacos.

  10. Aunt Julie’s Baked Beans – a never fail, and I even served it in a restaurant that I cooked at.

  11. I am thinking I may need this book. I get in the rut of preparing the same things over and over because my creative juices are tired – and there’s little time to be creative with everything else crammed into my day. Thanks for sharing, that soup looks amazing.

    1. can’t reply from work, will have to do later. In the meantime favorite family recipe is biscuits and gravy…… but that isn’t healthy

    2. I know what you mean about time to be creative. My day is crammed full! I would love more time in the kitchen to create recipes.

  12. Larisa @0to26point2 says:

    Soup looks amazing! That cookbook also. Pinned and tweeted:)

  13. One of my family’s favorite recipes is Corn Pudding. Its not very healthy, so we only make it for Thanksgiving and Christmas, but boy is it good!

  14. That’s it!!! I’m getting a crock pot!!! A family fav of mine is Portuguese soup….yummmm! So comforting!!!

  15. My family always looks forward to me making banana bread.

  16. Heyyy man! That soup looks delicious! Right up my alley with those flavors. This cookbook seems like a winner.
    I love soups and stews of all kinds, especially in the winter months.

  17. My mom makes awesome sour cream coffee cake with an old beat up recipe card her mom made

  18. Awesome giveaway Jill! And, this is my first time doing your Friday link-up. What a dork for not participating sooner. Thanks for sharing your food struggles with us. I am an over-the-top weekend splurger myself, and am working on it. My go-to crowd pleaser is my, “Oh, just the best chili ever,” recipe. I have had it memorized for some time. So glad I cooked it for the first time 5 years ago. Take care.

    1. So happy to see your beautiful face Jess! The struggle was real but becoming less and less 🙂

  19. one of my family’s favourite recipe is from Nom Nom Paleo Food for Humans, Eggs in Purgatory. So simple and so delicious! We also love the Butternut Squash and Black Bean Enchilladas from Skinny Taste! Would love the cookbook!!!

  20. One of our favorite family recipes is homemade Clam Chowder. My husband makes the best chowder!

  21. Great giveaway! Love Skinnytaste recipes. (Also love my Grandma’s chicken…mmm mmm mmm!)

    1. Lora, if you’re already a fan of Skinnytaste recipes you’re going to love this book!

  22. That coup looks amazing, and the book looks awesome too! I need to get some more cookbooks for myself to inspire my cooking, food has been pretty uneventful in my house lately

  23. Are there many vegetarian recipes in this book?

    1. Yes! And gluten free too! I get excited about that part haha

      I haven’t actually checked but there seems to be more vegetarian recipes than recipes with meat.

  24. I would love to win this cookbook! A Shuler family favorite is smoothie bowls with homemade granola and cashew butter. We could eat this anytime of the day!

  25. We love bean and veggie chili with quinoa 🙂

  26. Love her website! However my family favorite comes from Tosca Reno’s Eat Clean Diet Vegetarian Cookbook. It’s called Taco Night – tacos made with a tempeh filling. So quick, filling and delicious!

  27. I resort to Google when I’m looking for a specific recipe, but I do use cookbooks for general inspiration and meal planning — this looks like a great one. A favorite family recipe is chili — my husband could eat it every week.

  28. I tweeted! I have lost the link now though…..believe me, please?

  29. Me me me! I have walked past it a few times in the store, VERY tempted! I would love to win! Family recipe….mushroom risotto from my daddy 🙂

  30. Nothing beats my mom’s matzo ball soup! It makes everyone so happy when she makes it!

  31. My Nana’s mean vegetable soup recipe! I always look forward to it around the holidays!

  32. I pinned it! but I am not cool enough to go back and find that link! 🙂 Favorite family recipe? Well it is not Thanksgiving at my house without the old school green bean casserole dish! My favorite dish my hubby makes for me is grilled salmon with his secret lemon dill sauce 🙂 We have a busy Saturday and this enchilada soup will be perfect! Have a great weekend!

    1. My husband would not even consider a holiday dinner without the green bean casserole 🙂

  33. The soup sounds amazing! I think I found a new family favorite this week – Sweet Potato Casserole from Oh She Glows. EVERYONE devoured it!

    1. You’ll love the soup Angela! That OSG recipe is on my Thanksgiving menu. Can’t go wrong with OSG recipes (my other favorite cookbook).

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