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eBook Paleo Indulgences: Healthy Gluten-Free Recipes to Satisfy Your Primal Cravings ePub

by Robb Wolf,Tammy Credicott

  • ISBN: 1936608685
  • Category: Special Diet
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Robb Wolf,Tammy Credicott
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Victory Belt Publishing (September 18, 2012)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1362 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1498 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 407

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Tammy Credicott (Author), Robb Wolf (Foreword).

Tammy Credicott (Author), Robb Wolf (Foreword).

Paleo Indulgences book . In Paleo Indulgences, Tammy Credicott shows you how easy it is to treat yourself and still maintain good health. All the recipes in Paleo Indulgences are paleo/primal friendly, gluten-free, grain-free, legume-free, soy-free, and they are made with real, whole foods with no added cane sugars.

A new cookbook by the pioneer of delicious gluten-free food offers mouthwatering vegetarian recipes for gluten-free eaters.

All the recipes in Paleo Indulgences are paleo/primal friendly, gluten-free, grain-free, legume-free, soy-free, and they are made with real, whole foods with no added cane sugars.

All the recipes in Paleo Indulgences are paleo/primal friendly, gluten-free, grain-free, legume-free, soy-free .

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Whether you're living a paleo, primal, or gluten-free lifestyle, or you simply want to take steps toward a healthier you,oPaleo Indulgencesocan help you curb cravings for daily treats without completely undoing your progress

Whether you're living a paleo, primal, or gluten-free lifestyle, or you simply want to take steps toward a healthier you,oPaleo Indulgencesocan help you curb cravings for daily treats without completely undoing your progress. Life is about balance, and let's face it, special occasions happen, holidays happen, celebrations happen. If you make great choices for nutrition 80% of the time, then 20% of the time it's ok to treat yourself with mindful, quality foods that still have nutritional value and won't make you start over at square one.

Gluten-free never tasted so good as these Paleo mint-chocolate brownies. No-bake vegan and Paleo, these raspberry-chocolate cheesecake bars offer virtuous indulgence. Carrot cake blondies.

Whether you're living a paleo, primal, or gluten-free lifestyle, or you simply want to take steps toward a healthier you, Paleo Indulgences can help you curb cravings for daily treats without completely undoing your progress. Life is about balance, and let's face it, special occasions happen, holidays happen, celebrations happen. If you make great choices for nutrition 80% of the time, then 20% of the time it's ok to treat yourself with mindful, quality foods that still have nutritional value and won't make you start over at square one.In Paleo Indulgences, Tammy Credicott shows you how easy it is to treat yourself and still maintain good health. These paleo-friendly versions of your favorite "off limits" treats offer tasty alternatives to help satisfy cravings without eating gluten-filled, sugar-laden, processed junk. All the recipes in Paleo Indulgences are paleo/primal friendly, gluten-free, grain-free, legume-free, soy-free, and they are made with real, whole foods with no added cane sugars. With over 85 recipes and a quick and easy thumbnail index for fast recipe searches, giving in to your primal cravings has never been easier!

Comments

Shliffiana Shliffiana
The recipes and pictures in this book look awesome… I will update as I try more recipes but so far these recipes don't work and look nothing like their pictures! The fact that this book got so many stars is perplexing. The egg white bread came out looking nothing like the picture - they were even flatter than pancakes - and I am a pastry chef. I followed the recipe exactly as written… anyone else? Also, the dumplings for the chicken and dumplings completely disintegrated when I added them to the simmering chicken broth ruining a perfectly good pot of chicken soup made with expensive pasture raised chicken. Not only did the dumpling recipe completely fail (and again I followed the directions to the letter) but they look nothing like the dumplings as pictured… the dumplings in the picture are white and the dumpling mixture is very yellow. Not happy so far...
Grotilar Grotilar
I have a number of Paleo cookbooks, including many with dessert items and things like bread and pancakes that aren't really great for everyday eating, but as the author points out make a wonderful indulgence. What I love about this one is that the author has a wonderful mix of really unusual and creative recipes that can easily be tweaked to suit my own tastes and needs.

Some of them are fast and easy to make such as the super quick bread on page 42. I made this microwaved bread from almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, and sea salt, along with coconut oil and egg and a little bit of water, and in five minutes I was spreading jam on something that tasted like homemade cornbread. Some of them are more involved, such as the coconut colada ice cream on page 202 made from coconut milk, ripe bananas, diced pineapple, limes, and shredded coconut, or the no bake meyer lemon tarts on page 52 that use soaked raw cashews to get a creamy consistency for the filling.

One of the things I love best about this cookbook is that I know exactly what I'm going to find from looking at the cover. Indulgences. I know that this is not food that I should be eating every day, but when I'm in the mood for a special treat or if I'm going out to a social gathering where Paleo foods may not be the norm, I know that I can make something from this book and feel like I am indulging without going wildly off my diet in a way that's going to make me feel gross afterwards.

You should know going in that some of the recipes do contain dairy. I don't consider dairy Paleo ever, so I was a little disappointed to see things like a cheesecake that actually does contain cheese and sour cream. I was especially disappointed on the zucchini pizza boats to see that while dairy is not listed in any of the ingredients, the photograph clearly shows a pizza boat that is covered in cheese. I know how to make a pretty wicked coconut cream sauce that bakes up very nicely on top of many casseroles - why didn't she suggest something like that? On the very few recipes that do contain dairy, I wish the author had stretched her creativity to come up with some dairy free alternatives. That said, there are very few recipes that contain dairy in this book, and the norm is to have creative alternatives to dairy and other non-Paleo ingredients. Overall the author does a fantastic job at this. Truly fantastic.

Here's a listing of some of my favorite recipes from this book:
super quick bread
gingerbread mini loaves
cinnamon maple frosting
no bake chocolate tarts
no bake meyer lemon tarts
no bake pumpkin tarts
chocolate mini buns
one minute chocolate cake
whoopie pies
macadamia date macaroons
skinny mint cookies (thin mints)
sugar cookies
a Paleo version of Samoa cookies
no bake macadamia thumbprints with whipped chocolate ganache
pecan sandies
graham crackers
egg white bread
granola bars
fruit dip
banana pecan pancakes
bacon guacamole
bacon dip
Cincinnati chili
chicken and dumplings
bacon burger with maple pancake buns
rosemary pork burgers
Salisbury steak with mushroom gravy
Paleo pizza crust
zucchini pizza boats - even though I was disappointed in the photo having cheese all over it, I have to say I'm totally impressed by the idea
Asian pork lettuce cups
taro soft tacos
sun butter bark
chocolate cherry coconut bark
candied coconut walnuts
coconut milk caramels
mint chip ice cream
pumpkin pie-cicle
like-magic chocolate ice cream topping

While the above recipes are my favorite, they certainly aren't the only recipes in the book. Most Paleo cookbooks get by on offering a few really exciting new recipes along with a whole bunch of rehashed foods that we all know are Paleo and if you've been eating Paleo for any time, you're already kind of tired of eating them. Burgers with no buns, frittatas, breakfast hash. I'm especially delighted with this cookbook because it's a reasonably thick cookbook and yet the author doesn't fall back on any of those Paleo standbys that most other authors use as filler.

Overall once you are settled into a Paleo lifestyle and feel really confident that you can handle introducing the occasional indulgence into your diet and life, this is a must-have book. The photos are attractive, the recipes are clear and have obviously been well tested, and the ideas give you so many places to experiment and jump off that you'll find this cookbook a much beloved addition to your library.
Kata Kata
Really not what I expected. Yes the book has recipes, but I betcha I could pick almost each of the recipes up on the net for free, bc there is nothing in here that is truly worth the money I paid for this book, Being an avid cook, and baker I was searching for more to supplement my newest Paleo baking book that I *love*, ( in that book making cannolis, cakes etc) This book did not live up to its glowing reports, to me its just another simple recipe book and that does not mean I need complicated at all times either, sometimes simple is good, really good. But nothing actually stood out and said MAKE ME TODAY like other recipe books I have, Additionally there were recipes w/ sour cream ( as in sour cream dip?) Really?? A recipe " filler" in any book for certain, Most cooks know exactly how to make that one on their own, Just very very very disappointed probably because the hype was so great about this book~ Maybe if one has no clue how to cook anything basic this would be Ok,,,,but even so,,,,,its just not worth this kind of money,
Gaeuney Gaeuney
The recipes are great! I am so glad to have this cookbook to fill the gaps in my way of eating. I do not eat any grains or sugar and this does a great job providing variety. I have this book and "Well Fed" in my kindle and am covered from breakfast to dessert, they are a good pair to have since Paleo Indulgences has a lot of baked goods and sweet tooth fixes and Well Fed covers a lot of savory and dinner ideas. Just getting these two books has breathed A LOT of life back into my way of eating, it has rejuvenated my desire to stay sugar and grain free. I am not full paleo since I eat full fat dairy, but these books are great for anyone looking to improve their health.
Truthcliff Truthcliff
I'm not sure if there really is such a thing as "gourmet" Paleo, but after buying a slew of cookbooks when I was turned onto this lifestyle by accident a year ago, I can say the recipes found here are as close as you're going to get! I've sent a number of copies of "Paleo Indulgences" out to my friends, and they were so surprised that Paleo food could taste this great.

Favorite recipes so far are:

1) Candied Coconut Walnuts (I make with Pecans). This is a great treat to have when guests are over or for holiday snacks.

2) Granola Bars. If you let the chips melt, i.e., mix them in before the liquids have cooled off, you'll have something that more closely resembles a chocolate confection. So cut them into 1" squares. :)

3) Seeded Crackers. You will NOT miss wheat-based crackers after trying these!

4) Slow Cooker BBQ Beef. Out of all the Paleo entrees I've tried in my various cookbooks, this is by far the tastiest.

This is a high-quality cookbook with easy to understand instructions. Thank you Ms. Credicott. My brother, who is horribly gluten-intolerant, also thanks you; we can all now enjoy the feasting that goes on during the holidays.