Healthy Eating Made Everyday Easy.
The key to healthy eating (hint: this isn’t about dieting) is keeping meals effortless and totally delicious. The best part is, you can do it all with just one pot.
This healthy eating cookbook makes it easier than ever to enjoy good-for-you food that is good for your weeknight schedule, too. With 101 satisfying and nutritious recipes for one-and-done mealsno extra pots or pans neededyou’ll spend less time in the kitchen, and more time enjoying real food. Recipes this easy make it hard to eat unhealthy.
Inside this healthy eating cookbook, you’ll find:
- Guidelines to Eat Well, Live Well Learn the basics of healthy eating, foods to enjoy and avoid, and how to prep fast.
- Just One-Pot Recipes (REALLY) Make a complete dish from start to finish with your Air Fryer, Dutch Oven, Electric Pressure Cooker, Sheet Pan, Skillet, or Slow Cooker.
- 101 All-Day Meals Eat healthy from breakfast through dinner with these fulfilling and filling recipes.
Wake up with Apple Cinnamon Buns or whip up Mushroom and Farro “Stroganoff” for dinner, whatever is on the menuthis healthy eating cookbook makes sure it will be easy and tasty, too.
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About the Author
LAUREN KEATING is the author behind the blog Healthy Delicious, where she has been sharing easy weeknight recipes made with fresh, nutritious ingredients for the last 10 years. Lauren studied plant-based professional cooking through Rouxbe cooking school and uses those skills to incorporate fruits, vegetables, and whole grains into her recipes in unique ways. She lives in Upstate New York with her husband, Shawn, and their two dogs.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a nice, basic cookbook that includes recipes for the Instant Pot, Slow Cooker, Air fryer, Dutch Oven and other One-Dish methods. Most of the recipes are variations on others I have tried over the years. I tried the Fajita Burrito Bowls and Cabbage Roll Soup. Both were good. I am a visual cook, however and did not like the lack of pictures. This is a good, base book if you want recipes for many different methods all in one.
This cookbook is a fabulous resource for those of us who are not whizzes in the kitchen. Each recipe is cooked in either an instant pot, a sheet pan, a skillet or a dutch oven; yes that IS why it is called one pot, but how nice that is when it comes to clean up. The beginning of the book has advice about things like healthy eating, kitchen staples worth stocking, menu suggestions and descriptions of the various types of pots. There are then recipes grouped by breakfast, meatless mains, chicken, meat, seafood, snacks and sides and lastly, staples and sauces. A few recipe examples include smoked salmon frittata, sheet pan bacon and eggs, curried chick pea stew, Italian eggplant stacks, sheet pan chicken teriyaki, chicken and quinoa skillet, etc. etc. I read a number of these recipes very carefully and found the directions to be clear and easy to follow. I can't wait to start cooking. Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this cooking treat. All opinions are my own.
This cookbook is for the instant pot, sheet pan, pressure cooker, or skillet. It had breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack recipes. I will be making recipes from all categories, because prep time averages about 5 minutes, and you don't have to babysit the meals while they cook. I think my favorites are the snack recipes as well as some of the different ethnic recipes that I'm not familiar with. A definite must for every kitchen!