This book is bargain priced from 04/02/2014 until 04/02/2014
We’ve been duped to think that breakfast variety equates to many different colors of cereal boxes festooned with various cartoon characters or health claims.
In reality, all those hundreds of different boxes contain strikingly similar ingredients and probably don’t do much for our bodies in terms of varying our nutritional intake. They certainly don’t give us a leg up on our 5-a-day fruits and vegetables, don’t offer healthy and satiating fats, and often include questionable ingredients that aren’t usually found in an average kitchen or in nature.
If you feel like breakfast from scratch is unattainable, like real food takes too long for your busy lifestyle, like your mornings are forever stuck at Cereal 1.0 – I’ve got an upgrade for you.
Packed with over 50 family-friendly, very doable real food recipes, “The Healthy Breakfast Book: Cereal-Free Secrets to Starting the Day with Real Food” is your solution to processed food mornings and that 10 a.m. energy crash. Author Katie Kimball’s seventh book starts with 10 Secrets to Real Food Breakfast Success, key foundational habits you can put in place today, and the tips to keep your kitchen running smoothly don’t stop until the real food company meal plans and breakfast hosting philosophies 150 pages later.
The well-known Kitchen Stewardship technique of answering all your FAQs before you even need to wonder if something can be substituted in a recipe (and more) will not disappoint.
The recipes are nearly all gluten-free and nut-free and at least two-thirds are either dairy-free, egg-free or grain-free, and the book even includes another 50+ resources online to help you achieve real food independence.
Break free from the cereal box and fuel your day the right way with The Healthy Breakfast Book.
* Sunshine Cinnamon Surprise Pancakes
* Tropical Grain-free Breakfast Porridge
* No-flour Overnight Oat Waffles
* Pesto Quiche with Asparagus
* Peanut Butter Quinoa Bars
* Nutty Cardamom Granola
* Monkey Salad
and many more…
You’ll learn how…
…to maximize your freezer
…5 minutes at night makes the morning run smoother
…to optimize your leftovers
…easy it is to host a real food breakfast for a dozen people
…keeping one food on hand might be the key to getting those 5-a-day vegetables
and how just a little prior proper planning ensures that there’s always something to eat, even on rushed, bleary-eyed mornings!
What are people saying about “The Healthy Breakfast Book?”
*** “My husband, who is a cereal lover and sad because we don’t have it much anymore, said [the homemade cereal method] works well. In fact, he specifically asked me to thank you for this idea, because it means he’ll probably get ‘cereal’ more often now!”
–Rob and Kathy, recipe testers
And about Katie Kimball’s books:
*** “You’re the only blogger from whom I buy every single ebook published. Most of the ebooks I have are from bundle sales. Yours are the only ones worth spending the money on to buy separately.”
— A reader who prefers to remain anonymous
Find out what all the buzz is about and get your copy of “The Healthy Breakfast Book.” Climb out of the cereal box today!
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.