Craveable Keto: Your Low-Carb, High-Fat Roadmap to Weight Loss and Wellness

December 28, 2018 - Comment

Kyndra Holley, the master behind the wildly popular food blog Peace, Love and Low Carb, brings together food, fun, and feeling fantastic in her new cookbook, Craveable Keto: Your Low-Carb, High-Fat Road Map to Weight Loss and Wellness.  Craveable Keto will serve as your personal road map to living a healthier life, with Kyndra as

Kyndra Holley, the master behind the wildly popular food blog Peace, Love and Low Carb, brings together food, fun, and feeling fantastic in her new cookbook, Craveable Keto: Your Low-Carb, High-Fat Road Map to Weight Loss and Wellness. 

Craveable Keto will serve as your personal road map to living a healthier life, with Kyndra as your guide. She takes you step-by-step through making healthy, low-carb versions of your favorite, most craveable dishes, such as:

 

· Everything Bagel Dogs

· Lasagna Zucchini Roll-Ups

· Dill Pickle Brined Fish and Chips

· Salted Caramel Nut Brittle

· Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites

· Green Goddess Chicken Dip

· Buffalo Chicken Flatbread

 

Each recipe has been perfected with Kyndra’s distinct flair for the flavorful and calls for ingredients that are low-carb, whole food–based, fresh, and easily accessible. 

With Craveable Keto, you will be able to effortlessly create quick, delectable dishes that taste like you spent hours on them. Break free from the food rut and embrace your inner master chef as you learn everything from how to stock the perfect low-carb/keto pantry to low-carb baking secrets.

Complete with more than 130 whole-food recipes and detailed meal plans and shopping lists that make cooking keto a breeze, Craveable Keto is your ultimate guide to loving your low-carb life. Whether your goal is to lose weight loss, improve a health condition, or simply find food freedom, Kyndra will help you uncover true health, happiness, longevity, and the best possible you!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Craveable Keto is so much more then a cookbook, everything you need to know if starting Keto This book is so much more then a book of recipes. It really gives you all you need to start the Keto plan. The stages of how it all starts, what you will need, tools to help you succeed. I’m going out to eat , what can I order? What if I want a cocktail? She covers it all.The pages are colorful and the pictures are beautiful. Let’s face it we all love seeing pictures of the food we will be making, at least I know I do.Then the recipes, they are all laid out beautifully in more then one way. If you want meal plan, she has meal plans laid out and the page listed where you can find that particular recipe. If you want to look up recipes by breakfast, desserts etc, you can also look up that way.Just wonderfully thought out. Completely happy and can’t wait to dive right in and start making some yummy food.

Anonymous says:

So deserving of five stars!!! Honestly I do not love to cook, and normally avoid it at all costs, but my keto diet was in danger because I was so sick of my same old, same old. As soon as this visually stunning book arrived, I decided I needed to make good on my investment and save my diet.. I made the pizza eggs first, and have made that several times since. Yum! And tonight I made the Asiago Bacon Biscuits. Oh my goodness!!! They are delish! I would highly recommend this book to anyone! Tomorrow, it’s on to the Zuppa Toscana. I intend to try almost every recipe in this book! Thank you for a wonderful resource!

Anonymous says:

My go-to source for Low Carb recipes now in a beautiful cookbook. Consider spiral bound option The Peace, Love, and Low Carb website is my go-to for great, reliable recipes. I’ve followed the blog for over 2 years. When she came out with this cookbook, I wanted to buy it – not only for the recipes but also support the web author as a way to say thank you for all of those years of great recipes. I REALLY like the way the cookbook is layed out. I TON of editing obviously went into it. It is so easy to view all the recipes in a section at a glance. I guess my only criticism I have is the best recipes in this cookbook are recipes that are also on the blog that I already use and love. I could have also done without all the info and backstory in the first half of the book. It makes the book HUGE and clunky to use. I think I saw where there is a spiral bound option now. I’d go that route if I had to do it over again.

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