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The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life By: Sarah Wilson

Updated on March 18, 2016

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I was sent a free copy of The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life By: Sarah Wilson for only my honest and unbiased review of The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life By: Sarah Wilson.

The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life By: Sarah Wilson

The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life By: Sarah Wilson was created when Sarah Wilson decide to cut sugar from her diet. This decision led her to decide to create her own recipes that involve little to no sugar and lots of healthy ingredients.

The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life By: Sarah Wilson has recipes on:

  • one-pan wonders
  • grain-free breakfasts
  • leftover makeovers
  • smoothie bowls
  • no meat dishes
  • desserts
  • snacks
  • much much more

The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life By: Sarah Wilson Review

The I Quit Sugar Cookbook: 306 Recipes for a Clean, Healthy Life By: Sarah Wilson is a cookbook all on to itself. The recipes are very easy to follow. They begin with a blurb about the recipe and then list all the ingredients needed. Next there are the directions for the recipe and finally there is the amount of sugar or the amount of fruits or vegetable servings in the dish.

Now while the recipes themselves are well formatted it is the pictures that truly draw and chef in. There is a picture for almost every recipe and some of the pictures actually intersect with the recipe itself. The recipes are very different from traditional recipes and some range from normal to the odd to the more odd. For instance there is a recipe for pull-apart birthday cake that has black beans in it. Now I don't know any children who would want beans in their birthday cake, Do you?

Many of the recipes call for very different ingredients too. Things like coconut milk, and specialized herbs, nuts, and grains. These ingredients would need to be purchased from a store like Whole Foods, farmer's markets, and other specialized food stores. So if you don't have any of those by you then I would recommend either giving this book a pass or looking in to having such ingredients ordered online and delivered to your door.

I have to say that I am very glad that I got this book for free because while it has many useful cooking tips (see the videos to the right for a few examples) there are not many recipes that I would actually use because of the ingredients required. I do not have many of the special ingredients needed and I am not one to want to spend the money to buy them when I am not sure if I will like the recipe and due to the fact I don't know what else I could use it for. That aside this would be great for people who enjoy using those special ingredients as well as those looking to branch out or start a sugar free diet. Just be prepared to go shopping at a specialized food store.

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