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- Author: Marlene Koch
- Hardcover: 352 pages
- Publisher: Running Press (April 22, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0762451637
- ISBN-13: 978-0762451630
- Cover price $26.50
“Magician in the kitchen” Marlene Koch is back with the third book in her bestselling “Eat What You Love” series. Eat What You LoveEveryday! offers 200 brand-new guilt-free recipes for every day, every occasion—and everyone! No one knows the foods Americans love to eat best, or makes fat, calories, and sugar “disappear” like Marlene. With easy-to-make great tasting recipes, and gorgeous mouthwatering images, Eat What You Love—Everyday! is the golden ticket for anyone who wants to eat the foods they love, and still look and feel their best, including those on weight loss or diabetes diets. Includes amazing makeovers from restaurants like Panda Express, Cheesecake Factory, and Starbucks, complete with compelling comparisons (Pasta Carbonara for 335 calories—not 1,440!), special occasion dishes, comprehensive nutritional analysis including Food Exchanges and Weight Watcher plus points comparisons for every recipe, and new options for all-natural, sugar-free sweeteners and glutenfree eating.
Marlene Koch, is a New York Times bestselling author with more than a million of her books sold. A regular guest on QVC, Marlene is a registered dietitian and culinary expert, and media personality known for her amazing ability to deliver good health, with great taste! Her incredible recipes have appeared everywhere from Cooking Light, Woman’s World, and Diabetes Health,to The Today Show and the Food Network. Visit her at marlenekoch.com.
- Sippers, Smoothies, Shakes and Cocktails
- Breakfast and Brunch
- Muffins, Bars, Breads and Coffee Cakes
- All-Star Dips and Appetizers
- Everyday Soups and Sandwiches
- Side and Entree Salad Sensations
- Easy Any Day Pastas and Pizzas
- Cook It Fast or Slow: Pressure and Slow-Cooker Favorites
- Sides for Every Day and Every Occasion
- Quick-Fix Chicken and Turkey Entrees
- Lean Beef, Pork and Sea Food
- Pies, Cakes, Cupcakes and Frostings
- Cookies, Creamy Favorites and More
- Menus for Every Day, Every Occasion, and Every One
The beginning of the book contains information and tips on healthy eating, meal planning and diabetes. Then come the recipes. Each chapter has a list of the recipes inside it. (In future editions if they included a page number it’d be really helpful.) Recipes are easy to understand. The recipes do contain nutrition information, but are missing prep and cooking time. Every recipe does contain nutrition information. There are some really nice looking color photos in this cookbook, but many recipes are not accompanies by a photo. Recipes that sound like I might be inclined to try them include Savory Southern-Style Biscuits Eggs and Gravy, Whole Grain Apple Popover Pancakes, Chocolate Chip Cookie Muffins, Gluten-free Oatmeal Spice Bars, Oven-Fried Mozzarella Sticks, Weeknight Chicken and Dumplings, Outback Style Creamy Onion Soup, American Chop Suey, Light Luscious All-Purpose Alfredo Sauce, Fabulous French Onion Chicken, Crispy Ranch Hand Chicken, 15-Minute Meatloaf Dinner, Gluten-free My Unbelievable Chocolate Cake, and Marvelous Strawberry Mousse. This cookbook would be appropriate for anyone looking to expand their recipe collection while keeping sugar, fat and calories in mind.