Everyday Healthy Cookbook: Recipes and a Meal Plan to Make Healthy Eating Easy
Lay the foundation for good health with 100 healthy, family-friendly recipes
Healthy eating isn’t a fad diet or a trend―it’s a lifestyle that promotes overall well-being. The Everyday Healthy Cookbook is filled with two weeks of meal plans, 100 flavorful recipes, and tons of information to help you eat healthfully, simply, and deliciously every day of the year.
These dishes cover every meal of the day, and they’re organized by cooking method for your convenience: no-cook, 30-minute, one-pot, big-batch, pressure cooker, and slow cooker. You’ll find nutritional information with every recipe in this healthy cookbook, plus labels for vegetarian, vegan, and low-calorie options. Who knew eating healthy could be so easy?
The Everyday Healthy Cookbook includes:
- 100 irresistible recipes―Explore simple yet scrumptious recipes like Peanut Butter & Jelly Smoothie, Thai Chicken Lettuce Wraps, Open-Faced Peach & Prosciutto Sandwiches, Steak Buddha Bowl, and beyond.
- No fad diets here―Learn some basic tenets of eating healthy, from limiting processed foods to planning meals, staying hydrated, and more.
- Get on track―The two-week meal plan in this healthy cookbook lays out easy options for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus make-ahead tips and shopping lists.
Make tasty, well-balanced meals a part of your daily routine with The Everyday Healthy Cookbook.
From the Publisher
Some of the tasty, balanced recipes inside:
Open-Faced Peach & Prosciutto Sandwiches
Cottage cheese is a great source of calcium and protein. Paired with fruit, honey, and prosciutto, it’ll be a meal you’ll keep coming back to.
Chicken, Spinach, & Sweet Potato Stew
This is a hearty chicken stew. You can just dump everything into the slow cooker in the morning and it’s ready by dinnertime. Feel free to throw in other ingredients you have on hand, such as diced bell pepper or leftover rice.
Chinese Chicken Salad
This retro salad is a great way to use up leftovers in your refrigerator. If you have enough orange chicken sauce in your leftovers from the Healthier Orange Chicken recipe, you can easily skip the sesame dressing here.