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URVASHI PITRE moved to the U.S. thirty years ago with $20 in her pocket, two suitcases, a college scholarship, and a headful of Indian recipes passed down through her family. Now she runs her own global consulting firm. She lost 80 pounds following a restricted calorie, low-carb, keto diet, and she uses her blog, Two Sleevers, to share recipes with others. She is the author of Indian Instant Pot Cookbook, The Keto Instant Pot Cookbook, Every Day Easy Air FryerInstant Pot Fast & Easy, and Keto Fat Bombs, Sweets, and Treats.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Harvest; Illustrated edition (March 5, 2019)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 256 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0358074304
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0358074304
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Since I was a toddler, the preparation, sharing and teaching of our family meals was an everyday part of our home. Family and neighbors shared in the idea that food, no matter what, brings people together. Like art, words, and the precious outdoors, how we nourish each other is another expression of love and commitment to relationships.


I’ve been in the relationship business since my first job tending my mom’s salon. I’ve been in the client service business across various global and entrepreneurial positions including the advertising agency world, blogger, author of several top-rated cookbooks and recipes and a self-made immigrant who simply loves to share flavors, ingredients and techniques that go beyond the everyday table. It’s what brings us all together.


And one last thing: I am a gadget, tech geek who loves the innovation of cooking that satisfies my statistician soul. If I can do it better, faster and with greater success rate, I’m game and going for it. You will see that many of my recipes use Instant Pots and air fryers so that you can spend more time relaxing and less time cooking.


That’s the long and short of it. Embrace change with gusto, and nourish yourself and your loved ones along the way.

Check out my blog at www.great culinary

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5.0 out of 5 stars The most understandable explanation of keto I’ve seen (with bonus PDF of complete nutritional data!)
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This cookbook is SO much more than just “fat bombs, sweets and treats”!

The recipes included are for breads, muffins, pancakes, scones, crackers, mini-quiche, cakes, cookies, cupcakes, brownies, chocolates, fat bombs, drinks, ice cream, ice pops, frostings, glazes, pies, puddings, shakes, smoothies, AND salad dressings!


I’ve bought both the in-print and the Kindle version, and have been able to try over two dozen recipes so far. Here is my (extremely detailed) review of the content, layout, recipe results, etc.

Nutritional Data

While the recipes in this cookbook do contain nutritional information for Calories, Total Carbs, Net Carbs, Fiber, Fat, and Protein -- the Sugar Alcohols details are not listed. The publisher’s decision adhere to “industry standards” and omit these details in a specifically-keto cookbook is perplexing. But fortunately for us, the author provided this information in a nifty, downloadable chart. Go to twosleevers (dot) com (slash) cookbooks, scroll to the bottom and lo and behold, there’s a link that says, “Looking for a total macro breakdown chart?”. This link will take you to a printable PDF that clearly lists all of the macros, including sugar alcohols.

The availability of this supplemental file is actually a big bonus -- because now we have an overview chart that makes it super easy to just scroll down the Net Carbs (or Total Carbs) column to find recipes that fit our individual specific carb count needs.

It’s also a big bonus for people still considering purchasing this cookbook -- because you can review this chart and know for sure, in advance, how many of the recipes will fit your individual macro needs.

Using this supplemental PDF, along with the info listed on each recipe page, I’ve included a “Recipe Breakdown” section below that breaks things down into low/medium/high net carbs, as well as by cooking method, and by dietary needs.

This “missing” Sugar Alcohols detail aside, I’ve been super-pleased with everything else, cover to cover.

Keto Details and Guidance

For me, this book is worth the purchase price JUST to get the extensive “How to Keto” information at the beginning of the book -- long before you even get to any of the recipes. It has the most comprehensive-yet-simplified explanation of keto that I have ever seen. Urvashi Pitre has totally knocked it out of the park here, and has distilled the essence of keto/LCHF down to just the bare bones brass tacks of what it is, how it works, and how to make it work for YOU in the most simple, straightforward, and pain-free manner possible.

If you are a beginner, THIS is the resource you want to start with (rather than all those other books and blogs that list overwhelming page after page of do’s and don’ts). Urvashi Pitre’s explanation breaks it down in the simplest of terms so that you can not only know what you need to do, but feel confident in your ability to actually do it.

The 4-week plan included in this opening section is exactly the plan I followed when she first created it over a year ago. I’ve now been eating keto/LCHF for 15 months (and am down 70 pounds so far using her recipes and facebook group for guidance and support!) -- yet even after all this time doing it, and succeeding marvelously, I still found this section of the book to be well worth the read.

If you are a keto newbie, don’t let the “There Is Only One True Keto” Food Police scare you away from trying it -- or from trying the tasty recipes in this cookbook as occasional treats to help you along the way. (Or from trying on a regular basis the smoothies and salad dressings included in this cookbook!)

It IS possible to succeed doing things simply, easily, and gently. Rigid rule-following may work for some people, but if you are like me -- and are more of an ease-into-it kind of person, who needs a logically progressing process to achieve long-term sustainable change -- then Urvashi Pitre’s method may be right up your alley. It certainly was for me, and with results beyond what I could have ever imagined when I started. Only you get to decide what kind of keto works for you, so try her advice on for size and see how it fits.

Even if you’ve been doing keto/LCHF for a while now, but maybe your version of it means you may only end up making a few recipes from this book -- you too may find it to be money well spent JUST to be able to get your hands on this amazingly well-written, well-explained, masterfully-simplified, to-the-point prose on How To Keto.

General Overview

The physical copy is of the same high quality as her prior recent cookbooks by this same publisher, with a sturdy paperback cover and inside pages of a nice thickness, that are easy to turn yet also stand up to repeated page-flipping.

Counting all the titled recipes, there are 76 recipes -- before counting all the different smoothies, shakes, and salad dressings (that are presented in chart form). Including those brings the total up to 106 recipes. Then once you add in the extra 26 recipe variations scattered throughout, that brings the grand total up to 132 possible things you could make using this cookbook.

Of the 106 total recipes (including smoothies & dressings) a whopping 71 have beautiful full-page full-color photos! AND there are an additional 35 pages of full-page full-color photos scattered throughout the book.

This is her most photo-rich cookbook to date! It is absolutely beautiful to look at, and is a joy to page through.

The sections for “Keto Shakes & Smoothies” and for “Keto Salad Dressings” are presented in simple easy-to read charts at the end of the book -- and the smoothies section contains details for how to mix-n-match your own flavors.

As with her prior cookbooks, she gives allergen and dietary consideration details on each recipe page. Alas, unlike in her previous cookbook (“Every Day Easy Air Fryer”), this cookbook (“Keto Fat Bombs, Sweets and Treats”) sadly does not include a wonderful quick reference chart with these dietary details.

Never fear, I counted them for you:

Recipe Breakdown

Of the 76 recipes listed on the supplemental PDF (that I mentioned above under “nutritional data”) there are 46 recipes that have net carbs in the 0-3g range; there are 26 recipes that have net carbs in the 4-6g range; and there are 4 special rare-treat recipes with net carbs of 7-12g.

The 4 special rare-treat recipes are Mocha Mousse (7g net carbs), Spicy Mexican Hot Chocolate Mix (10g net carbs), Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars (11g net carbs), and Dried Fruit Scuffins (12g net carbs -- because it uses CarbQuick baking mix, and not almond flour.)

Of the 76 primary recipes (excluding smoothies & dressings) there are 44 Egg-Free recipes, 18 Dairy-Free recipes, 11 Vegan recipes, and 58 Vegetarian recipes.

Of those same 76 primary recipes (again excluding smoothies & dressings) there are 30 oven-bake recipes, 13 stovetop recipes, 12 microwave recipes, and 21 no-cook recipes.

So far I have been extremely pleased with the quantity and variety of recipes included here.

Ingredients & Flavors

Unlike other cookbooks that I’ve previously purchased for “keto desserts” and for “keto fat bombs” -- this cookbook intentionally does NOT use a bazillion different speciality ingredients (and she includes an entire section addressing why).

You’ll just need 7 main speciality ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, swerve (granular and confectioners), truvia (or splenda), chia seeds, sugar-free chocolate chips, and xanthan gum. If you want to make the smoothies, then add an 8th speciality ingredient: protein powder.

(I highly recommend the Syntrax brand Nectar Sweets whey protein isolate powders. There is a 17-flavor sampler pack available on Amazon that is well worth the price to be able to sample everything and decide what to go with. I went for the the 2-pound tub of the Vanilla Bean Torte flavor. It may seem initially pricy and a bit excessive that it’s only sold in a 2 pound tub -- but it’s zero carbs, and smells like dessert when you open it.)

Some of the recipes contain ingredients that might make the Keto Police clutch their pearls (carrot cake, anyone?) -- but the recipe top-notes always contain an explanation of why she chose to use that ingredient, what its impact is on the overall recipe, and suggestions for what to do if that ingredient is one you personally choose to avoid. (And for the rest of us? Yum! Keto/LCHF Carrot Cake!)

The Keto Police might similarly get up-in-arms over a recipe called “Banana Ice Cream”. If you see any reviews squawking about that, know with certainty that they never bothered to read the recipe -- because it uses banana extract! Same deal with a few other recipes as well.

The author does have a wonderful flair for “international flavors” as evidenced in all her previous cookbooks. Though with this being a desserts & treats cookbook, that flair is far less pronounced than usual -- but does still delightfully peek-out in now and again.

There are a few recipes that call for pandan extract (it’s made from a southeast asian plant, and has a lovely sort of floral-vanilla taste to it, and yes you can get it on Amazon. I got a 3 pack of it, that will last me forever) -- but those recipes all indicate you can instead choose to go with plain vanilla if you wish.

Other evidence of this international flair are “Cardamom Custard”, “Almond Phirini” and “Mint Lassi” -- none of which are as intimidating as they might sound.

My Results

Prior to receiving this cookbook, I’d already made a few recipes either via earlier versions from the author’s TwoSleevers blog, or via the 5-recipe-early-preview PDF made available to her Facebook followers who pre-ordered.

Of the 76 total recipes (not counting the smoothies and dressings), I’ve made 22 of them. (I’ve also made 1 smoothie and 3 of the salad dressings.)

They are: Cottage Cheese Dollar Pancakes, Dried-Fruit Scuffins, 5-Ingredient Flourless Brownies, Buttery Almond Pound Cake, Lemon-Ricotta Cheesecake, Maple-Nut Blondies, Spice Cookies, Milky Bears, Almond Butter Chocolate Bombs, Milk Chocolate Truffles, Peanut Butter Bites, Salted-Caramel Pecan Pralines, Strawberries & Cream Ice Cream Bites, Avocado-Lime Ice Pops, Orange Cream Ice Pops, Microwave Eggnog, Coconut Pandan Chia Seed Pudding, French Silk Pudding, Mixed Berry Jam, Two-Ingredient Cheesecake Mousse, Pumpkin Pie Pudding, Cinnamon Roll Shake, Asian Peanut Dressing, Cilantro-Jalapeno Dressing, and Mustard Dressing.

My hands-down favorite would be the Coconut Macaroons. There are sooooo many more yummy ones worth mentioning than just the macaroons -- more than Amazon will let me include her -- but I’ll squeeze in what I can:

Avocado Lime Ice Pops - And absolute surprise win. Creamy, savory, delicious. They are not at all what you have in mind when you think of reaching for an ice pop -- but they are oh so exactly what you want to keep eating after that first taste. I had leftover “mix” after filling my popsicle molds, and I just chugged it and called it a smoothie. Super tasty!

Peanut Butter Bites - Somehow magically still the perfect texture after fully frozen, allowing them to be eaten without first defrosting! The author’s notes say she stores them in the freezer to keep from eating them all at once (presumably versus keeping them in the fridge). I must warn you that keeping them in the freezer did NOT slow me down one bit! If you like peanut butter, definitely make these. If you REALLY like peanut butter, maybe start with a half-batch if you have any concerns about self-control. :-)

The Strawberries & Cream Ice Cream Bites, on the other hand, DO need a few minutes to defrost and soften before being able to comfortably bite through them. But they are VERY much worth the wait. So much strawberry goodness in perfect little packages. Just don’t let them sit for too long, or you’ll need a spoon to eat them!

Milky Bears - Totally adorable, and a fun use of pandan extract if you have it (otherwise just use the regular gummy bears variation listed at the end of the recipe -- or maybe try pineapple extract and make pina colada bears!). I found that these actually worked best for me letting them chill overnight in the silicone molds, rather than unmolding when still soft then chilling loose to firm them up (I tried both ways). But I’m gonna be honest here -- unless you have your heart set on bears, just go directly to regular candy/truffle molds. I found their larger-size end-result to make for MUCH easier scooping up a handful to stuff into my face! :-)

The No-Cook Ice Cream has been my go-to for a few months now. Because seriously, who can resist dietarily-compliant ice cream ready to inhale in under 30 minutes start to finish? This recipe is best eaten as soft-serve immediately after churning (see my photo of how absolutely perfect it comes out!), because being sugar-free causes it to freeze completely solid just like with commercial versions. So I divide it into individual 1/2 cup storage containers for freezing, which is the right size to let each little cup get soft enough to start eating within just 15 to 20 minutes (plus it provides some much-needed portion control). In addition to plain vanilla, I’ve done this recipe with caramel flavoring, strawberry flavoring -- and once even some spiced chai powder, which was amazing!

Coconut Pandan Chia Seed Pudding - A long time favorite that is a super simple way to get fiber and other nutritional goodies into you in a tasty way via the chia seeds. (Warning -- no matter how tasty, do NOT eat the whole batch all by yourself within a single day! That’s definitely *ahem* “too much fiber” *ahem* #VoiceOfExperience) The key for this recipe is letting the chia seeds soak for a nice long time before continuing with the other ingredients. (I do about 20 minutes using water heated in an electric kettle.) But from there you can use pandan flavoring if you have it, or just use plain vanilla extract. It’s delicious both ways, and I often split the batch so I can do half and half of both flavors. I’ve also done it with almond extract, pineapple extract (for pina colada pudding!), raspberry extract, and strawberry extract. All were well worth the cost of acquiring the individual extracts. If you like to experiment with flavors, I recommend waiting to add the flavoring until the very end, so you can divide the unflavored pudding up into smaller batches and go to town on multiple flavor mini batches! :-)

Coconut Macaroons - Absolutely 100% worth the effort of learning how to properly fold-in egg whites! These are little pillowy clouds of fluffy coconutty goodness. But be sure to beat the egg whites well into the “firm stiff peaks” stage, and not stop when the stiff peaks have only just started to form. Also, wait until you've got your egg whites ready before you melt your butter. The recipe said to cool on a wire rack while still on the pan, but then I got distracted and I think they sat too long on the parchment and started steaming themselves on the bottom. So when you make these, probably once they've firmed up transfer them off the pan onto a wire rack to finish cooling.

Cottage Cheese Dollar Pancakes - Be forewarned! These are exactly as delicate as she says they are. Pay very close attention where she says not to make them too big, and VERY VERY close attention to the step that very clearly says “Cook until bubbles appear and then disappear on the tops of the pancakes” -- that part is key. If you don’t wait until they completely disappear, the bottoms will be too soft to flip (as you can see with one of them in my photo). They are worth the wait. Add a little keto-friendly maple flavored syrup, and you’ll have all the yums.

Dried-Fruit Scuffins - Be aware that these are in the Very Special Treat category, since they weigh in at a whopping 12g net carbs per serving. But if you’ve had a very good day, and can fit one in (or half of one) -- oh my are they a delightful treat! Just be warned: I wasn’t able to stop at just one. These would be perfect to take to an event where you ate your one serving -- and everyone else at the rest so you are not bringing the leftovers home.

Milk Chocolate Truffles - These will only be as sweet as the chocolate you put into it. So plan accordingly! If you can’t eat a spoon-full of the chocolate chips you are planning on using, then maybe don’t use them in this recipe. (Or plan to add some powdered sweetener.) Also -- the part of the recipe that says to use a heat proof measuring cup with a lip, and to pour the chocolate directly into the truffle molds after melting it? Go get your copy of the cookbook, circle that part, and write a note about that "pouring" detail NOT being optional. I’ve made these twice. If you don’t use a pourable vessel the chocolate will start to solidify before you are done spooning chocolate into your molds.

Maple-Nut Blondies - Worth the effort in every way, AND they get better the longer they sit. They are also the perfect serving size, and I find just one piece perfectly satisfying.

Asian Peanut Dressing - Pour this over a chicken salad, and you might just forget you’re eating keto.

Cilantro-Jalapeno Dressing - Is it a salad dressing? A zippy smoothie? A unique fat bomb? You decide. I’ve used it all three ways. I usually shy away from jalapenos, but this is a total #TrustUrvashi recipe. How she managed to get 4 simple ingredients to taste soooo good, I’ll never know. I just know that it is Yum!

Mustard Dressing - I did not miss the honey one single bit in this honeyless Mustard Dressing. I don’t think you will either.

Lastly, the Cinnamon Roll Shake - this may help you completely forget Cinnabon even exists. Since it's a protein drink it fills you up. And it's nice and creamy, reminiscent of cinnamon roll glaze, plus it is exactly however cinnamony you want it to be. This one is a definite keeper!


To get a list of all 76 recipes included in this cookbook, go to twosleevers (dot) com (slash) cookbooks, scroll to the bottom and find the link that says, “Looking for a total macro breakdown chart?”. This link will take you to a printable PDF with the recipes titles plus their full nutritional info.

One final important note: “It’s only a keto dessert if you are having one serving, of ONE dessert.” :-)

If you make multiple recipes in this cookbook all on the same day -- consider this your fair warning that you WILL want to sample every single thing you make that day. (Voice of experience!) These recipes are just that good.
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