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A Healthier Family for Life

ebook / ISBN-13: 9781472144102

Price: £20

ON SALE: 16th December 2021

Genre: Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

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With A Healthier Family for Life, cooking healthy food that puts a smile on your loved ones’ faces has never been easier.

This book is not about the latest diet fad or trendy way of eating; it’s about creating wholesome, nutritious dishes that delight the whole family without feeling restricted. Whatever diets, health conditions or food intolerances you need to cater for, this book will help your family live a happier, healthier life.

Many families today have numerous health conditions and intolerances to consider, making the dinner table something of a minefield. In this gorgeous, practical book, health coach Donna Crous makes dinnertime less daunting and more healthy, with a wide range of delicious and nutritious recipes, including some gluten-free, sugar-free and dairy-free recipes, as well as many dishes incorporating healthy fats.

A Healthier Family for Life inspires from the very start of your day with recipes including Breakfast Toad-In-The-Hole and Silver Dollar Pancakes, through to teatime family favourites like Crumbed Chicken Tenders, Kombucha and Miso-Roasted Spare Ribs and Walnut, Kale and Cranberry-Stuffed Butternut. Donna is best known for her grain-free baking and has included recipes for Vegan Christmas Pudding and a showstopping Pear and Coffee Loaf, as well as sweet treats such as Avocado and Almond Truffles and Gut-Healing Gummies.

Donna says, ‘This book is not only a collection of my family’s favourite recipes, it’s a nod to beautiful fresh produce and the farmers that grow it. It’s a high five to all the parents trying to create interesting and exciting dishes for their family. It’s an A* for everyone willing to challenge and question what they are being taught about the standard food pyramid.’