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Rosemary Conley 100 Great Low-Fat Recipes

Rosemary Conley and Dean Simpole-Clarke create 100 low calorie recipes

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My Kitchen Table publication teams up with Rosemary Conley to write Rosemary Conley 100 Great Low-Fat Recipes. Rosemary is the founder of Rosemary Conley Diet and Fitness Clubs. Her new recipe book Rosemary Conley 100 Great Low-Fat Recipes is now available for consumers to purchase.The recipes are low fat which is great for those who are wanting to eat delicious meals, but are conscious about what they eat. There is a picture for every recipe in the book, so people have an image of their finished product.

  • Calories and Fat per serving information with each recipe
  • Tons of healthy recipes
  • Image of food diverse recipes
  • None to speak of
  • Other than calories and fat per serving for each recipes, there is no diet and nutrition information.
  • Here are 6 sample dishes Rosemary Conley offers in the recipe book
  • Sweetcorn and Red Pepper Soup
  • Chicken Caesar Salad
  • Honey-roast Pork with Prune and Apple Stuffing
  • Lime Tuna Roll-ups
  • Hot Salad Noodles
  • Banana and Custard Tart

There is no specific fitness advice, the book is recipes based.


Rosemary Conley 100 Great Low-Fat Recipes allows people to try different recipes without the hurt of high calories and fat. The recipes are easy to read and follow. There is diversity amongst the recipes, all 100 recipes differ from one to another. Overall, the book looks great for anyone to dig in and start cooking.

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