One of the most difficult things about ditching processed foods, eating “clean” and healthier, or changing up our eating lifestyle to gluten-free, paleo, primal, dairy-free, or nut-free, is the overwhelming process of finding substitutes for our family’s favorite recipes.
But all that stops today. With the help of my third cookbook: The Best Grain-Free Family Meals on the Planet, you’ll have over 170 recipes up your sleeve to eat fresh and real ingredients every day.
This is way more than just a cookbook. It’s a helpful guide, for every family, to incorporate more fresh foods into our meals. While the book cover states “grain-free,” the recipes are designed with every family in mind.
Have you ever thought: “I need to rely less on pasta for our family’s meals” or “I wish I new healthier ways to cook take-out” and “I want to cook vegetables in more ways than just steamed”; this book is for you.
For families that follow a traditional diet, the recipes in this book are fresh, simple, and easy ways to ditch the carbs and eat more fresh foods.
Clearly, this book is designed for grain-free families who want to add additional recipes to their repertoire. It’s also perfectly suited for families that follow a Paleo and Primal lifestyle.
Whether you are starting out and are a little lost in the grain-free world or you’ve been eating grain-free and gluten-free for a while, the recipes in this book will be a terrific resource for your family.
Of course, after years of helping thousands of families achieve variety in their meals through our recipes, I’ve learned that many families still need additional resources for their allergy needs. Therefore, if your family is dairy-free or nut-free, this book is also free from those allergens. In over 170 recipes there are a couple that could not be made dairy and nut free, however, there is a tremendous value in the additional recipes.
To make the recipe selection process easier, recipes are labeled nut-free, dairy-free, egg-free when applicable. And, whenever necessary, every recipe includes an allergen substitution.
I believe this grain-free book is a terrific resource for every family. The recipes included are simple, use fresh and easy to find ingredients, and substitutions are always listed.
The first 40 pages of the book will walk the reader through how to switch to a grain-free diet and answer some of the most frequently asked questions in order to make the switch work for every family.
The book also includes simple breakfast recipes, school, and office lunches, easy to make snacks, and the main event: dinner recipes for every occasion. My friends, I’ve even included a vegetable “sides” section with over 40 different recipes for veggies (other than the many ways vegetables are included in the other recipes).
Check out what’s included in the book in this quick video below.