Fix the Hetic "Six O' Scramble" (Healthy Weeknight Meals)

Who would turn down the promise of longer life, better health, 5 extra hours of free time a week and $133 a week in extra cash?

With THE SIX O'CLOCK SCRAMBLE author Aviva Goldfarb shares the key to making healthy meals a reality: Plan several easy, healthy meals in advance and grocery shop once a week with a list. Through this simple approach and the help of her website, The Six O’Clock Scramble <> , Aviva has helped hundreds of thousands of people enjoy healthier, homemade meals, save money, and waste less food.

Highlights include:

  • Carpool Chicken with Whole Wheat Couscous
  • North African Shakshuka (Love Shack-shuka
  • Light and Fluffy Spinach and Cheese Strata
  • Smoky Beans and Greens over Quick Grits
  • Grilled Trout with Fresh Herbs and Lemon
  • Spaghetti with Creamy Avocado Pesto and Roasted Tomatoes
  • Fresh Corn, Tomato and Avocado Salad with Shrimp
  • Spicy Szechuan Green Beans and Ground Turkey
  • Roasted Indian Cauliflower Tossed with Chickpeas and Cashews

Inside readers will find 160 delicious, lovingly photographed, diabetes-friendly recipes that require 30 minutes or less to prepare. The entire book is organized into 32 weekly meal plans complete with main dishes and side dishes, divided by seasons to give you variety throughout the year. As a bonus there are sections on Homemade Dressings and Dips, 31 Healthy Snacks to Keep You Going Between Meals, and Quick and Easy Breakfasts to Fuel Your Day.

With THE SIX O’CLOCK SCRAMBLE people living with diabetes and those who just want to eat healthier have a lifelong tool to become experts in the kitchen while saving time and money.

Aviva Goldfarb is a Today Show and Washington Post contributor, founder of the dinner planning service, The Six O'Clock Scramble ( <> ), and author of the cookbooks The Six O'Clock Scramble and SOS! The Six O'Clock Scramble to the Rescue (St. Martin’s Press, 2006 and 2010). Both the cookbooks and online meal planning service have won praise and awards from reviewers at O: The Oprah Magazine, Working Mother, USA Today, Real Simple, The Washington Post, and many others.

About the American Diabetes Association

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