Don't be surprised if Shannon Beador opens a restaurant someday. The Real Housewives of Orange County mom has long had a dream of serving health-conscious fare at a spot of her own — and when she does open her eatery, we're sure it will be perfectly feng shui'd. But until then, Shannon is making her delicious recipes available to the public through a new partnership with QVC.
In the past few months, Shannon has been teasing her new Real for Real Cuisine, and it finally dropped on QVC this week. The collection comprises 10-ounce frozen dishes that are all 450 calories or less. The eats can be delivered to your door, and are all set to devour after being heated up in the microwave or oven. They're even perfectly seasoned already!
We love this launch for so many reasons. Not only does it signal a healthy new start for Shannon after a rather trying couple of years (spoiler alert: divorce is tough). It also means that we have a new, low maintanence way to maintain a healthy diet.
Scroll down to see where to order Shannon's latest array of delicious seafood dishes, and you could be eating like a RHOC pal in no time. In fact, Shannon's friend Tamra Judge has already given the venture her stamp of approval.
Tamra accompanied Shannon to Philadelphia as the latter debuted her products on QVC, and was quick to tell fans: "[Shannon] kicked ass!" In another Instagram post, Tamra sweetly wrote: "my friend has had a hard two years and today she showed every single mom that anything is possible with hard work and determination."
Real for Real Cuisine by Shannon Beador (9) 10-oz Seafood Meals
This order includes nine, 10-ounce seafood dishes. You'll get garlic shrimp with spaghetti squash and linguini; salmon stuffed with cream cheese and herbs served over rice with zucchini; and teriyaki flounder with soba noodles and broccoli. Yum!
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