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The Girl Who Ate Everything


Edited: Mar 27

Let's Talk Favorite Foodies!


Her recipes are plentiful and ohhh....so amazing.

Packed full of deliciously healthy ingredients that you and your family will love!

These savory dishes, appetizers, desserts and party snacks are a must-try.


Meet Christy Denney from The Girl Who Ate Everything . She's a food-aholic, and can't be left alone with a warm cinnamon roll or chocolate chip cookie.


"I am the mother to three wild and crazy boys and two sweet little girls. I grew up in Mesa, Arizona and am the youngest of ten kids. I love to dance. I took ballet and contemporary dance for 14 years. I also played the viola for 10 years so music is a big part of my life. Which is why on any given day, you can find me in the kitchen with the tunes cranking!


I graduated from BYU with a degree in Computer Science and worked at a Forensic Science software company until I had my first son in 2005 but I still get in the trenches every once in a while. We’ve been living in sunny Florida for 10 years now where my husband plays for the Miami Dolphins."


"I have always loved food but didn’t really start cooking and baking until I got married and realized I needed to feed this huge man! We’ve been married 14 years and The Man Who Ate Everything gets the benefits of the dishes that turn out and stomachs the ones that don’t.



The one question people ALWAYS ask how I am not 500 lbs and the answer is…hmm…I don’t know. I do like running and am slowly, ever slowly learning moderation. But I really, really love to eat.


I started working for Tablespoon and General Mills in October of 2010 doing freelance writing and recipe development. I couldn’t ask for a better company to work for. I just recently ended my work there to make more room for my crazy life with five kids.

My cookbook has over 100 recipes: 90 brand new recipes and 10 favorites from the blog. Each recipe has a photo of the finished dish because that’s what I personally look for in a cookbook.


It’s full of family recipes and other recipes brainstormed while I was running. From Pizza Stuffed Mushrooms to S’mores Cookie Cups, I promise you will find something you love. The Girl Who Ate Everything Cookbook is sold at Barnes and Noble, Amazon and Costco stores! Hardcover copies are being sold at Deseret Book. It is also available on iTunes, Nook, and Kindle."

Visit: Christy's Food Blog


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