The 21-Day Sugar Detox Cookbook, a companion to The 21-Day Sugar Detox program guidebook, bursts with more than a hundred grain-, gluten-, legume-, dairy-, and sugar-free recipes to keep you inspired as you blow your cravings for sugar and carbs to smithereens.
Taking on a detox plan can seem daunting, but these sumptuous recipes and life-altering eating concepts will make you wish you’d started sooner. Your 21 days will be over before you know it, your carb and sugar cravings a distant memory.
With palate-pleasing, and soul-satisfying, recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and even some “sweet” treats, The 21-Day Sugar Detox Cookbook is your guarantee for delicious detox success!
Here’s what one happy reviewer had to say.
I’ve been gluten free due to an allergy for several years now and many friends have gotten me gluten free cookbooks with the absolute best intentions and warmth in their hearts. However, the other thing my doctor told me to get off of was sugar – and gluten free cookbooks are often loaded with (2/3 or more) recipes of how to replace cakes, cookies, and breads. Now that I have been eating less sugar and more veggies, good protein, and whole (gluten free) grains, I feel great. But I couldn’t find any cookbook anywhere that gave me easy recipes that also worked for those times were you are on dinner solo. Most healthy cookbooks seemed to involve eighteen ingredients, six of them available at specialty stores not in my neighborhood, three of them used one teaspoon of things only available in pints with fast expiration dates, and the others were out of my price range.
Hello you sugar detox cookbook. I can look up easy main dishes/meats or make a simple soup or flip through tasty looking side dishes. If you cook at all most things will be in your kitchen and you’ll stop by the store on the way home for just a fresh piece of fish or something. All recipes are fairly easy to prepare (and often quick – 1/2 hour), easy to halve for the single meals, clear substitutions for allergies, tips on where to find some less used ingredients (but then those ingredients are used several times, not just once in the cookbook – like you might have to buy coconut oil but then it is used in lots of the recipes). I wish I could describe more just how much I love this cookbook – but I’ve found that I can cook almost anything in it, rather than having just a few recipes I can use like most cookbooks. I like to just flip to a new side dish and try it out. You aren’t stuck with things that are so odd you don’t know what else to put with them. I’m actually not on the 21 day detox, I just like more healthy meals in my diet and it works great for that. It has things from Coconut Basil Halibut with Spinach to Squash Mash to Seasoned Sweet Potato Fries. Mmm mmm. Even tells you how to make your own coconut milk if you are trying to be more organic. It’s actually easy. I like the kitchen again!