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When the calendar flips to a new year, lots of us take stock of our lives and decide what needs to change. I don't talk much about my personal goals on the blog, but pretty much every January they include a return to Phase One of the South Beach Diet for a few weeks. Every year I post only Phase One recipes during January to help with that. This year I'm taking it a step farther by making a commitment to feature a tasty Phase One Recipe on Kalyn's Kitchen every day for the month of January . And I feel like I should talk about one of the reasons I decided to do that. I say "should talk about" because this post is not something I wanted to write.
We are now officially past the half-way mark of December, and some of you may have been overdoing it a tiny bit on the holiday eating, right? This post with ten of my favorite Phase One soup recipes is a Public Service Announcement for anyone who's hoping to make it through the rest of the holidays without pants that are uncomfortably tight. Healthy soups like these are warm and comforting when it's cold outside, and they're all delicious. Let's start with the Chicken, Black Bean, and Cilantro Soup pictured above, something I'd happily eat for lunch or dinner most any day.
Baked Eggs Dishes Baked Eggs with Mushrooms and Parmesan (all phases) Tuscan Baked Eggs with Tomatoes, Red Onion, Garlic, Parmesan, and Herbs (all phases) Mexican Baked Eggs with Black Beans, Tomatoes, Green Chiles, and Cilantro (all phases) Breakfast Casseroles Basic Instructions for South Beach Diet Friendly Breakfast Casseroles (which gives various pan sizes and cooking times.)
I can tell by how the number of people looking at the Index of South Beach Diet Phase One Recipes that a lot of you out there are doing Phase One right now. I'm posting only Phase One recipes during January, just like I've done for the last five years, and I thought I'd spotlight some of my favorite Phase One Recipes during the month too. First up, I'm sharing five of my favorite Phase One breakfasts. My breakfast habits have changed a bit since I've been working at home, but pictured above are the Egg Muffins that were my favorite "grab and go" breakfast to eat in the car on the way to work when I was still teaching school. There are endless varieties of this recipe, and they're all good! Frittatas are a type of Italian egg dish that's basically an omelet that's not folded over.