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The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life Paperback – March 15, 2016
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"Sarah Wilson includes plenty of inspiration in her beautiful new cookbook."
"A big, beautifully photographed book strong on veg and lean meats with everything prepared from scratch."
"If you have been trying to quit sugar and eat healthy food, The I Quit Sugar Cookbook will help you hugely in achieving your goal. You must get a copy for your kitchen today!"
-The Washington Book Review
About the Author
SARAH WILSON is the author of the New York Times bestseller I Quit Sugar. Through her books and her online 8-Week Program at IQuitSugar.com, Sarah has enabled more than 1.2 million people to quit sugar worldwide.
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The first recipe I tried was Cheeseburger Wontons (page 102), and it was relatively easy. These little wontons would made a delicious appetizer or lunch, and the flavor is incredible. Some of the ingredients might be off-putting to those who don't have them in their local grocery store, but I was able to find them without much difficulty. The second recipe I made was Cheesecake-Stuffed Peaches with Basil (page 294). I'm all there when it comes to fruit - any fruit - so making this recipe was a no-brainer. The slight tartness of the cream cheese and the sweetness of the peaches made for a delicious treat and it was very filling too. My kids also enjoyed it, and they usually don't care for fruit.
There are a couple of things about this cookbook I must point out though, and the most important one being the fact that the nutrition information isn't listed with each recipe. If you've read any of my previous cookbook reviews, then you know how important this is to me, because my son is a diabetic and knowing how much sugar and carbohydrates is in each recipe is crucial. Honestly, I've never understood why so many cookbooks touted as healthy don't provide this information, since many of us die-hard dieters also need it for calorie tracking purposes. The other thing I noticed about this cookbook is that some of the fonts are hard to read. Yes, the "handwritten" bits on each page look cute and give it aesthetic appeal, but I would much rather see a font style that's legible.
Overall, I give high marks to Sarah Wilson for her ingenuity, and I'm looking forward to trying more of her recipes. Well done!
DISCLAIMER: I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review. All opinions expressed above are entirely my own.
**Update: I am registered for the author's IQS program beginning in a few weeks and excited to utilize this book in the duration!