This book is bargain priced from 03/29/2014 until 03/29/2014
You’re ready to dash out the door, but the 4:00 snack monsters are grumbling…when you’re trying to eat healthy, REAL food, how do you deal with cupboards full of ingredients when you need to grab and go? Healthy Snacks to Go to the rescue!
From homemade granola bars to 15 flavors of a fruit/nut power bar and even homemade beef jerky, you will not go hungry with this helpful resource in your corner. Every recipe (over 45 of them, most with multiple variations) has extensive notes, rookie FAQs, time-saving tips and allergy-friendly icons.
You’ll learn to make from scratch to save your budget and nourish your family, even when your calendar says you’re spending 9.2 hours driving people around in a day.
Recipe favorites include:
* 7 different kinds of bars
* Crispy Roasted Chickpeas
* Homemade Wheat-Thin Style Crackers
* Grain-free Muffins
* Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups
* Honey Whole Wheat Pumpkin Muffins
* Cardamom Spiced Grain-free Granola
* Whole Wheat Graham Crackers
All but 7 of the recipes in Healthy Snacks to Go are gluten-free (and 33 are also grain-free). Only 4 can’t omit the dairy, nearly all work without eggs, and about half are nut free.
Traditional foodies will recognize the soaked grain adaptations, and everyone benefits from the very low sugar and natural sweeteners used.
For anyone trying their best to avoid processed, packaged, pricey foods, Healthy Snacks to Go will be one investment that will never lose its value.
Targeted Age Group: 20+
Book Price: $0.99
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Katie Kimball is a mother of three from Michigan who spends a ton of time in the kitchen making real food with whole ingredients and then blogs about her successes and failures at KitchenStewardship.com.
Her recipes are known for being thorough, family friendly and delicious. When she’s not hiding behind spinach on Twitter, she can be found throwing it into every dish she makes (and teaching others how to throw veggies into the pot willy nilly).
Katie’s “real food” diet is constantly changing and improving, and if you drink raw milk, bake sourdough bread or make homemade yogurt, you’ll feel right at home at Kitchen Stewardship, dedicated to helping families balance their quest for natural health with their time and money.
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