A New York Times' bestselling author's guide to quick and healthy everyday meals
As weekly host of the Food Network's Healthy Appetite, Ellie Krieger is known for creating light and healthy dishes that taste great and are easy enough for the busiest people to prepare. Now, Ellie has put together a collection of meal solutions for those of us who love food and want to eat well but struggle to make it happen given life's hectic pace. With 150 delicious, easy-to-prepare, fortifying recipes, Ellie provides dishes that tackle every possible mealtime situation. Illustrated with 50 full-color photos, there are recipes for:
As a mom with a full-time job, Ellie knows how busy life is when you're juggling your family's needs. Now, you can stop stressing over whether to eat healthily or to eat fast. The recipes here-from Cheddar Apple Quesadilla, Pork Piccata with Spinach and Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Marinated Flank Steak with Blue Cheese Sauce to Chocolate-Cream Cheese Panini Bites and Fig and Ginger Truffles-are ideal, regardless of the time, or experience, you have in the kitchen.
When so much in life is complicated, isn't it nice to know that eating doesn't have to be? After making and enjoying the meals in this book, you will say along with the title, "That was SO EASY!"
Recipe Excerpts from So Easy
Steak Chimichurri with Grilled Garlic Bread and Grilled Tomatoes
Blueberry-Almond French Toast Bake
Grilled Peaches with Ice Cream
Cooking/Health & Healing
Ellie Krieger—host of Food Network's Healthy Appetite, nutritionist, and mom—knows as well as anyone how hectic life can be. Sometimes the idea of getting a healthy and delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the table every day can be downright daunting. Takeout may seem like the obvious answer—but with all the extra fat and calories, ordering in often does more harm than good. Luckily, Ellie's got the answer, and it's So Easy: a collection of meal solutions for those of us who love food and want to eat well, but struggle making it happen given today's chaotic pace. With Ellie in your kitchen, you don't have to choose between eating healthfully and eating fast.
In this practical and inspiring cookbook, you'll find more than 150 of the light, nutrition-packed, and satisfying recipes Ellie is known for, organized by meal:
breakfast Choose between quick meals you can grab like Peach Pie Smoothie, Spicy Egg and Avocado Wrap, or Cheddar-Apple Quesadilla, and more leisurely—but still fuss-free—recipes to ease you into a day off, company-ready dishes such as Grilled Portobello Benedict and Blueberry-Almond French Toast Bake.
lunch Turn your lunch box into a treasure chest with travel-tested, make-ahead meals that are truly inspired, like Salmon Niçoise Salad with Lemon Dijon Dressing and Roast Beef Sandwich with Watercress and Horseradish Sauce—or if you're eating at home, treat yourself with an Open-Face Chicken Parmesan Sandwich; Grilled Beef, Jícama, and Apple Salad; or Shrimp Roll with Cracked Pepper Potato Chips.
dinner Find rush-hour options—25 complete, family-friendly, good-for-you dinners you can cook in less time than it takes to order a pizza, such as Tri-Color Pepper Steak or Penne with Zucchini and Mint—as well as slower-paced meals like Chicken Paella with Sausage and Olives or Porcini Crusted Filet Mignon with Creamed Spinachand Herbed Mashed Potatoes.
dessert The "in a flash" options are quick and delicious—recipes like Cherry-Almond-Chocolate Clusters come together in moments, but you'll want to savor them slowly; extra-special treats such as Raspberry Clafoutis or Pumpkin Rice Pudding may take longer, but are still easyand definitely worth the wait.
When so much in life is complicated, isn't it nice to know that eating doesn't have to be? Once you dig into the recipes—and the mouthwatering results—from this wonderful book, you'll want to shout from the rooftops: "That was So Easy!"
ellie krieger is the host of Food Network's popular Healthy Appetite and author of the New York Times bestselling and IACP and James Beard Award–winning The Food You Crave. A registered dietitian, she has a master's degree in nutrition from Columbia University and completed her undergraduate work at Cornell University. Ellie was an adjunct professor at New York University in the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health. She is a regular columnist for Fine Cooking and Food Network magazines and lives in New York City.
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great food. cooked with good nutrition and with concern for too many calories.Published 2 months ago by Sam Dunn
Bought this for my daughter and she loved it since she is really into staying fit.Published 2 months ago by Karla Yarborough
Wonderful recipes! Easy to make ahead yummies! Healthy to boot! 🍀🌹Published 3 months ago by Patty Panza