My evening routine usually begins with a long drawn out blank stare at my big, hunky refrigerator. I close my eyes with hopes that this magnificent machine will send me a new and exciting recipe for dinner. A recipe that will make everyone happy (including the 13-year-old). A recipe that has it all, nutrients, veggies and clean, wholesome protein. Of course, nothing happens. There is no USB cable or PC syncing a new decadent recipe to my brain, (not yet anyway) so I search on.
Since it’s my job to feed this clan of ours, I turn to my trusty stack of recipe books and shuffle through the pages until I find something unique.
Lately, my nightly prayers have been answered by the team at Food Matters. I purchased the Food Matters Recipe book a few months ago, and haven’t put it down since!
What’s for dinner? Can I cook that? Can you eat that?
The Food Matters team understands the benefits of cooking with wholesome foods that nourish our bodies and tempt our taste buds. For example, how does a vegetable frittata sound with sun-dried tomatoes and a little-roasted zucchini?!?! Or, for the morning rush…how about two-ingredient pancakes? What! How do they do it? I can’t give all of their secrets away….secrets in the book!
The Food Matters recipe book is filled with recipes that use simple ingredients and are easily identifiable to all types of dietary needs. Each recipe has a simple symbols to denote if it is; vegetarian, gluten-free, raw, egg-free, nut-free, grain-free and healing!!!! It doesn’t get much easier than that!
This lovely book contains recipes for healthy snacks like No-Bake Protein bars and Seaweed chips. As well as homemade dips and condiments snacks. If that doesn’t persuade you then maybe the desert section will?? A few of my favorites are the raw pecan caramel slices, and the chocolate pumpkin cookies!! Sooo good.
To add this awesome cookbook to your kitchen check out Food Matters.com .
Happy Cooking Everyone!