Comfort Food For Singles

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The good part about being single is that your food choices are all your own. I have friends who have to cook for their husbands and children and as much as I look forward to doing that (someday), I really do enjoy some of the perks that come with being a single girl.

Cooking for one is definitely a perk!

This is especially true when you’re trying to lose weight. I love to cook, but sometimes single serve meals are the fastest choice for me. They save time and they keep me from over eating, so I make them a part of me weekly meal plan. This means I’m always excited to hear about something new to put into rotation.

Last week, I was asked if I’d be interested in doing a post for Tabatchnick soup singles. I’ve been looking for a soup to bring to work, so this was right up my alley. Tabatchnick’s new line of Soup Singles each come in a single serving bowl that you can heat in the microwave or traditional oven . Soup Singles are also prepared with fresh ingredients that are lower in fat, sodium and fewer calories than other canned soups and frozen meals.

And, for people on a budget (like me), you can get 5 Soup-Singles for $5 at participating ShopRite Stores.

 

Healthy, Hearty & Affordable… Hooray!

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  • http://quarterforherthoughts.com IntrigueMe

    I used to think things like this were so fantastic because they were easy and low-cal… but then I realized they only keep you full for about five minutes and I ended up over-eating afterwards because I was hungry again. Calories add up when you have to eat twice.

    • TheBigGirlBlog

      You’re totally right… I never eat stuff like this alone. I usually pair it with steamed veggies and/or fruit.

  • Jaime

    This is kind of an insult to your readers. I’m disappointed. If you’re being compensated to endorse a product I think you need to disclose that information. It can be small and at the bottom, but to sneak in an advertisement and present it like your regular content is dishonest. I think your readers deserve better.

    • TheBigGirlBlog

      Hi Jamie,

      I actually did EXACTLY what you suggested… but I guess you missed it.

      This post is filed under “sponsored post” as are any other paid posts on TBGB.

      It’s actually small and at the top so readers would see it right away and not be confused.

      I am many things, but dishonest isn’t one of them :-)

      xoxo,
      CeCe

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