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80+ Under 30 Minute Dishes and 60 Slow Cooker Recipes

The easiest, tastiest, most convenient healthy recipes—ever!


With Skinnytaste Fast and Slow, you can get a nutritious, flavor-packed, figure-friendly meal—complete with a flourless chocolate brownie made in a slow cooker—on the table any night of the week. Gina Homolka, founder of the widely adored blog Skinnytaste, shares 140 dishes that come together in a snap—whether in a slow cooker or in the oven or on the stovetop. Favorites include:
 
Slow Cooker
Chicken and Dumpling Soup
Korean-Style Beef Tacos
Spicy Harissa Lamb Ragu
Peach-Strawberry Crumble
 
Under 30 Minutes
Zucchini Noodles with Shrimp and Feta
Pizza-Stuffed Chicken Roll-Ups
Grilled Cheese with Havarti, Brussels Sprouts, and Apple
Cauliflower “Fried” Rice
 
Each recipe includes nutritional information, which can help you take steps toward weight and health goals, and many dishes are vegetarian, gluten-free, and freezer-friendly—all called out with helpful icons. Gina’s practical advice for eating well and 120 color photos round out this indispensable cookbook.

(Please note that nutritional information is provided with every recipe, but the most up-to-date Weight Watchers points can be found at skinnytaste online.)

About the Author

Gina Homolka is the author of the New York Times bestselling The Skinnytaste Cookbook and the founder of Skinnytaste, the award-winning blog that’s been featured on Fitness and Better Homes and Gardens, among other media outlets. She lives on Long Island with her husband and their two children.
 
Heather K. Jones, R.D., is a registered dietitian, the author of several nutrition books, and the founder of heatherkjones online, a weight-loss site about healing and hope instead of diets and deprivation.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

Introduction

I cook because I love to eat. I’m not talking about just good-for-you foods like salads and quinoa—although, yes, those are great. The foods I crave range from classic comfort dishes to global cuisine, and everything in between. At the same time, I try to eat a light and balanced diet, and these two things don’t necessarily go together. That’s what led me to start experimenting in my own kitchen eight years ago. I wanted to find ways to eat the foods I craved, but without throwing off all of my hard work to lose weight and keep it off. Plus, as a mom, I had to find a way to please not only my palate, but my picky family’s preferences as well, because cooking separate meals is just not an option for me. The results of those experiments ultimately became my blog Skinnytaste.com, and later inspired my first cookbook, The Skinnytaste Cookbook.

My mission with my first cookbook was to help people create low-calorie food without sacrificing flavor. I also wanted to help take away some of the fear and intimidation that people—especially beginners—feel about cooking. I was thrilled that the book was received so well—thanks to loyal Skinnytaste fans and so many others, it was a bestseller. What a dream come true! But, as I talked with people about the book, I kept fielding similar questions: “Are the recipes easy?” and “Are the recipes fast? I don’t have time to cook.” At the same time, I was receiving emails and Facebook requests for more superquick weeknight ideas, as well as recipes for the slow cooker. With all of this feedback, I knew exactly what my next book should be about.

Skinnytaste Fast and Slow is filled with two types of recipes: quick and easy dishes that are ready in 30 minutes or less, and those that are made in a slow cooker. With this book, no matter how busy you are, you can enjoy a delicious home-cooked meal. Tasty, light, and time-saving! I want everything in these pages to help simplify your life, because I totally get it—I understand the stress of having to come up with healthy meals the whole family will enjoy on a limited time schedule. Talk about pressure!
 
TAKE A TASTE
In this book, you’ll find 140 recipes that are light on calories and packed with nutrients and satisfying flavors, while being simple enough to make anytime. Many of these dishes are versions of the comfort foods I loved during my childhood, and others are my current favorites. All of them have been simplified and skinny-fied, so they slim your waistline and fit into your busy schedule. I’ve spent a year testing and tweaking everything here, and I learned a lot along the way (you’d be amazed what you can make in a slow cooker . . . hello, brownies [see page 296]!). I hope that as you flip through this book, you’ll discover that you can enjoy great taste and good health, even when time is tight.

Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Serves 6

All the flavors you love from Buffalo wings, without all those darn calories—it’s time to get your fingers dirty! I love making shredded Buffalo chicken in the slow cooker because it’s super easy and so versatile. I use leftovers on sandwiches, over salads, as tacos, and in just about anything I can think up.

CHICKEN
1 1/2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 medium celery stalk
1/2 medium onion, chopped
1 garlic clove
2 cups low-sodium chicken broth*
1/2 cup cayenne pepper sauce (I like Frank’s RedHot Original), plus more for serving
 
BLUE CHEESE DRESSING
6 tablespoons low-fat buttermilk
1⁄4 cup light mayonnaise
5 tablespoons crumbled blue cheese
2 tablespoons chopped scallion, white parts only
1⁄8 teaspoon garlic powder
1⁄8 teaspoon onion powder
 
1⁄8 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
1⁄8 teaspoon kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper
12 outer lettuce leaves, such as green leaf, red leaf, or iceberg
3⁄4 cup shredded carrots

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

1. For the chicken: In a slow cooker, arrange the chicken, celery, onion, and garlic. Pour in enough broth to cover the chicken (add water if the broth isn’t enough).

2. Cover and cook on high for 2 hours or on low for 4 hours, until the chicken is cooked through.

3. Remove the chicken from the slow cooker and discard the liquid and vegetables. Shred the chicken with 2 forks and return it to the slow cooker. Add the hot sauce and cook on high for 30 minutes.

4. For the blue cheese dressing: In a blender, combine the buttermilk, mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons of the blue cheese, the scallion whites, garlic powder, onion powder, parsley, salt, and pepper to taste. Blend until smooth. Stir in the remaining 3 tablespoons blue cheese.

5. To serve, put 2 lettuce leaves on each of 6 plates. Place a generous 1⁄4 cup chicken on each leaf, top each with 1 tablespoon shredded carrots, 1 tablespoon celery, and 1 tablespoon of the dressing.

PER SERVING 2 wraps
CALORIES 210
FAT 8.5 g
SATURATED FAT 2.5 g
CHOLESTEROL 82 mg
CARBOHYDRATE 5 g
FIBER 1.5 g
PROTEIN 27 g
SUGARS 3 g
SODIUM 1,140 mg

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Delicious recipes but not really slow cooker friendly
Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2017
Pros: The recipes I''ve tried have all been very good. My kids have liked them too. The photographs are beautiful and the nutritional content is listed for all of the recipes. They are coded for various attributes, such as gluten-free or freezer-friendly. I often make a... See more
Pros: The recipes I''ve tried have all been very good. My kids have liked them too. The photographs are beautiful and the nutritional content is listed for all of the recipes. They are coded for various attributes, such as gluten-free or freezer-friendly. I often make a double recipe and put half on my freezer, so I appreciate knowing which ones freeze well.
Cons: There are recipes that I will never use, including a whole chapter on breakfast and toast. Many of the recipes use unusual ingredients--and a small amount of them--so there is always either a bottle of something in my pantry that I will never use again, or a bunch of partial ingredients that will spoil before I find another recipe for them. But my biggest complaint is that the slow cooker recipes are almost in name only. They require lengthy preparation, such as pre-cooking the meat or vegetables. Some require attention in the middle of the cooking time, followed by an additional 1-2 hours of cooking. And overall they are supposed to be cooked for odd lengths of time. For example, I''m making the slow cooker spaghetti and meatballs today. I would never have enough time in the morning before work to prepare the meatballs (shred zucchini, roll 24 meatballs) or sauce (pre-cook the garlic), so I had to do it last night. But now I''m faced with instructions to cook on low for 4-5 hours. How am I supposed to do that from work? I could use an outlet timer, but then it will sit on my counter for 5 hours either before or after cooking. I was looking for a slow cooker cookbook which would accommodate how I want to use a slow cooker: throw in the ingredients in 5 minutes, leave for 10 hours, and come home to a finished dinner. This cookbook is not that. However, if you are at home during the day and want to make healthy, delicious meals in your slow cooker, then it would be great for you.
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Young professional/avoiding take out
Reviewed in the United States on January 7, 2018
I really love this book. It’s perfect for young professionals who haven’t cooked much and are trying to get away from buying lunch or take out. The recipes are fairly direct and simple, as are the ingredients. I’ve made about 1/8-1/4 of the recipes in the book so far and a... See more
I really love this book. It’s perfect for young professionals who haven’t cooked much and are trying to get away from buying lunch or take out. The recipes are fairly direct and simple, as are the ingredients. I’ve made about 1/8-1/4 of the recipes in the book so far and a lot of the spices come up again, so you’re not constantly hunting down obscure spices at Whole Foods/Trader Joe’s that you’ll never use again. In fact, it’s rare that I have to go anywhere other than Aldi to gather up the ingredients. The slow cooker recipes for the most part have been so quick, easy, and simple. The chicken burrito bowls are a particular favorite. Some of the “fast” recipes take a bit longer and may have a more involved process but are typically worth the increased effort. The Santa Fe eggrolls with avocado dipping sauce are another go to. There’s a whole chapter for zoodles but since I don’t have a spiralizer I haven’t touched that one yet. I don’t think of the cookbook so much as a diet/weight loss cookbook as just a simple, more health conscious one. Some of the recipes are more clearly aimed at reduced carbs but overall the recipes rely more on seasoning and occasionally flavors from cheeses which are typically used more modestly. I’m short, it’s a great book for a single person trying to do quick meals at the end of a long day or meal prep for the week, or for hosting friends for dinner.
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Tons of family friendly weeknight recipes!
Reviewed in the United States on May 21, 2018
I love this cookbook. A lot of cookbooks that I buy only have a few recipes that I will use or that my family likes. I''m a working mom of 3 and needed healthy recipes that would work for our busy weeknights. This is that cookbook. So far I have made Slow cooker creamy... See more
I love this cookbook. A lot of cookbooks that I buy only have a few recipes that I will use or that my family likes. I''m a working mom of 3 and needed healthy recipes that would work for our busy weeknights. This is that cookbook. So far I have made Slow cooker creamy tomato soup, slow cooker chicken taco chili, egg roll bowls, slow cooker chicken burrito bowls (family favorite), slow cooker hamburger stroganoff, slow cooker beef ragu with parpadelle (my favorite), asiago-crusted chicken breast, chicken scalloppine with broccoli and melted mozzarella, slow cooker bbq pulled chicken, slow cooker stuffed cabbage rolls, sweet and spicy salmon with stir-fried veggies, Italian house salad with dijon vinaigrette, roasted acorn squash with parmesan. Every single meal was excellent, every one. I love this book so much I ordered another and pre-ordered the one coming out in October.
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Recipes are not necessarily easier or faster. Dated.
Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2020
While the guiding idea here suggests slow cooker and faster skillet recipes, I was disappointed to find that this publication didn''t offer easier, less time consuming, and simpler slow cooker and fast choices. Sautéing or searing before slow cooking adds a whole added layer... See more
While the guiding idea here suggests slow cooker and faster skillet recipes, I was disappointed to find that this publication didn''t offer easier, less time consuming, and simpler slow cooker and fast choices. Sautéing or searing before slow cooking adds a whole added layer of prep and clean up, which defeats for me the point of slow cooker, etc. Since publication, truly easier and skinny food options for slow cooker -- and instant pot -- are to be found everywhere. While I respect the healthy meals this inspiring author has brought to family mealtimes, I wish I hadn''t bought the good reviews and spent so much. //Also, because, along with other boomer and post-boomer cooks, I no longer cook for children, I don''t have to cook to make them eat any more. My interests lean more toward cutting back on sugar and sodium. I''d love to see how this creative and caring chef transitions as her kids move away...a future book?
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This cookbook is amazing! My husband and I pick about 4 meals ...
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2017
This cookbook is amazing! My husband and I pick about 4 meals a week to make. The grocery list is pretty simple and usually under $100. We always have left overs. The recipes are super easy to make and the ingredients are pretty simple as well. I had a hard time finding a... See more
This cookbook is amazing! My husband and I pick about 4 meals a week to make. The grocery list is pretty simple and usually under $100. We always have left overs. The recipes are super easy to make and the ingredients are pretty simple as well. I had a hard time finding a cookbook but I really love this one!
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WW Points NOT in Book BUT...once you try SkinnyTaste
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2018
I learned about SkinnyTaste after joining Weight Watchers online. On Connect (their private Facebook app) SO many people were talking about Gina so I had to see what was up. I''ll tell you what was "up"! Delicious & filling recipes that make you feel like you''re... See more
I learned about SkinnyTaste after joining Weight Watchers online. On Connect (their private Facebook app) SO many people were talking about Gina so I had to see what was up. I''ll tell you what was "up"! Delicious & filling recipes that make you feel like you''re being bad when you are being oh so good! What I really like is that for all her recipes she posts the WW Freestyle Points on her website (no wonder WW members LOVE her..good food and she does the work!). So when buying her cookbook, I thought it too would have them..it doesn''t. Mind you, I bought this book specifically for that reason while on WW so it''s SOLELY for that reason I am giving 4-stars over 5 (I guess I should take ownership of assuming the points would be included in the book since they are on the website so my bad). Back to the FOOD! Recipes are SO delicious that I''ve quit paying WW and now receive Gina''s Weekly Meal Plan! Okay..changed her book to 5-Stars because now that I''m using her her program instead, the points aren''t necessary. But if like me, you are under the impression the points are included here because they are on her website..think again! On the other hand..you might just enjoy her program more and save yourself some money while enjoying DELICIOUS meals!
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I love the Skinnytaste books
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I love the Skinnytaste books. My family has been eating only Skinnytaste recipes for a while now and losing lots of weight sticking to the perfect portions. I wanted to add some new recipes to what we have been doing and this book was just what we needed. I was not... See more
I love the Skinnytaste books. My family has been eating only Skinnytaste recipes for a while now and losing lots of weight sticking to the perfect portions. I wanted to add some new recipes to what we have been doing and this book was just what we needed. I was not disappointed and everything we have tried has been great!!!
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Tasty recipes for meal prepping!
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Uses: I am a busy professional and I use this book for meal prep. I use all 3 of her books actually but this is my favorite one. I mark my calendar on Friday afternoons w/what I am going to make that weekend or following week for dinner, depending. Usually have 8-10... See more
Uses: I am a busy professional and I use this book for meal prep. I use all 3 of her books actually but this is my favorite one. I mark my calendar on Friday afternoons w/what I am going to make that weekend or following week for dinner, depending. Usually have 8-10 weekends indicated in advance. Use this to make quick list before going to the market. Always pick one recipe from this cookbook [preferably a slow cooker one], and one recipe from her other cookbooks. Make one recipe on Sunday [lunch for the week for me] and one recipe on my household dinner day [if serves 6 or more, tend to have leftovers, or just double the recipe to make sure have leftovers, cook once eat twice]. For slow cooking during the week, prep it in a slow cooker after dinner night before. Use a slow cooker liner. Put prepped SC insert into the fridge. In the morning take it out put it in the slow cooker, put on low and go.

Pros: Recipes are delicious, great for prepping ahead. Love the detail on how to portion recipes for proper meal prep & weight management. Haven’t had a bad meal since using this. Really appreciate the volume of lower calorie but high protein choices. All very tasty and easy to make.

Cons: This recipe book [as with all recipes in my opinion], do not account for prepping in their timing. If it says takes 30 min, I assume 45 min to include 15 min of prep.

Note: I have found the pre-cooking before slow cooking to be more of a suggestion for me... I am sure it enhances the flavor of the recipes... I have no doubt it is well tested & makes dishes even more delicious...but ain''t got no time for that. So if it''s the cacciatore recipe mentioned above, if the ingredient goes in the slow cooker for the full cooking time, I just dump it in at the beginning. No sautéing garlic & onion ahead, or the meat. As a regular slower cooker user, if it''s raw beef, turkey, or lamb for ex. I just cook it longer [try to not do more than 10 hours if possible]. If it''s chicken, I cook it about the time suggested, maybe a little less if it''s breast. Just tends to dry out. Chicken SC recipe great choice for Sunday afternoon cooking for me. Dairy as a general SC rule goes at the end.
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Love this book. It''s food for all the family - gluten free (if that''s you) recepies healthy inexpensive and great for working mums if you''ve got a slow cooker - would recommend
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Slow Cooker Chicken Cacciatore

Serves 8

I was always happy when Mom made chicken cacciatore for dinner. We would eat it over pasta with lots of freshly grated cheese on top. Now, whenever I make this dish, I always think of my mom. Since the sauce is hearty and chunky, it’s perfect to make in the slow cooker. While any part of the chicken works great, I prefer to use skinless chicken thighs that are still on the bone. The chicken comes out so juicy and tender, and the bones add flavor to the sauce. I find that when you make this without the bone, the meat tends to be dry. Once the sauce is cooked, I remove the chicken from the bone and shred it, so you get chicken in every bite.

Recipe

Season the chicken with the salt and pepper to taste. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Coat with cooking spray, add the chicken, and cook until browned, 2 to 3 minutes per side. Transfer to a slow cooker.

Reduce the heat under the skillet to medium and coat with more cooking spray. Add the garlic and onion and cook, stirring, until soft, 3 to 4 minutes. Transfer to the slow cooker and add the tomatoes, bell peppers, mushrooms, thyme, oregano, and bay leaf. Stir to combine.

Cover and cook on high for 4 hours or on low for 8 hours.

Discard the bay leaf and transfer the chicken to a large plate. Pull the chicken meat from the bones (discard the bones), shred the meat, and return it to the sauce. Stir in the parsley. If desired, serve topped with Romano or Parmesan.

Per serving 1 cup.

Calories 220.

Fat 6 g.

Saturated fat 1.5 g.

Cholesterol 123 mg.

Carbohydrate 10 g.

Fiber 2 g.

Protein 31 g.

Sugars 6 g.

Sodium 319 mg.

Perfect Pairings

This is great over whole wheat or gluten-free spaghetti (DeLallo is my favorite brand), as well as rice or polenta. For a low-carb option, serve it over spaghetti squash (see page 266).

Ingredients:

  • 8 bone-in, skinless chicken thighs (about 5 ounces each), fat trimmed
  • 3⁄4 teaspoon kosher salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • Cooking spray or oil mister
  • 5 garlic cloves, finely chopped
  • 1⁄2 large onion, chopped
  • 1 (28-ounce) can crushed tomatoes (I like Tuttorosso)
  • 1⁄2 medium red bell pepper, chopped
  • 1⁄2 medium green bell pepper, chopped
  • 4 ounces sliced shiitake mushrooms
  • 1 sprig of fresh thyme
  • 1 sprig of fresh oregano
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh parsley
  • Freshly grated Pecorino Romano or Parmesan cheese, for serving (optional)

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