Are you passionate about learning how to eat pure?
Do you want simple recipes that will help you to incorporate whole, natural, colorful foods into your meals?
Are you ready to have an easy way to add cancer-kicking vitamins and minerals, phytochemicals, heart-healthy fats and oils, fiber, and age-reversing antioxidants to your daily diet?
If you answered yes to any of the above three questions, then I have a perfect cookbook for you.
- Simple ways to successfully transition to a whole foods diet
- A guide to stocking the pure kitchen
- Lessons in label-reading and easily avoiding gluten and dairy
- Tips for menu planning, shopping, and charming the palates of picky eaters
- 100 scrumptious recipes free of gluten, dairy, and refined sugar
I have to tell you that, although I only have had this book for a few weeks, it already has the look of a well-loved cooking tool. It has fingerprints and smudges on it and post-it notes hanging out from the sides for dishes that I have already made and then for the ones that I will be making soon.
I have tried quite a few of these recipes already. Each one has really been amazing and just full of whole natural foods.
And all of the baking recipes are loaded with whole grains instead of just starchy flours…just how I like them. It is exactly how I do my baking, so this book fits seamlessly into my kitchen.
Recently, I made the Apple Snack Cakes with Oatmeal Topping. These were devoured promptly. The kids loved them (as did my husband and I). They were a great healthy start to the day and I had to restrain the boys from eating too many at one sitting.
I also whipped up the Pumpkin Oatmeal Breakfast Clusters. I made them to bring as a snack for a family outing we took a couple of weeks ago. I figured a few would get eaten on the trek and then we would be able to save the rest for part of our breakfasts during the week.
Apparently I underestimated how much my family would like them. They were almost gone before we even pulled the car back into the driveway on that first day.
There was no way I could complain though. These babies are loaded with the good stuff: oats, raisins, walnuts, flax meal, and pumpkin puree, just to name a few ingredients.
Okay, GIVEAWAY TIME!!!!!
Because I really love this book, I want to give one of you a chance to win a copy of it for your kitchen.
You are allowed the chance to enter 3 times by doing each of the following. Just leave a separate comment for each thing you do so I can track your entries:
1. In one sentence, tell me why this would be a good book for you.
2. Follow Cook It Allergy Free on Facebook.
3. Follow Daily Bites on Facebook.
That’s it. All you have to do. Good luck. I cannot wait to share this great book with one of you!
The contest will end and the winner will be announced on Thursday, November 3rd at 8am, PST.