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Thursday, January 9, 2020

Recipe Book Review: The Instant Pot of Diabetes Cookbook

The Instant Pot Diabetes CookbookSimple recipes for healthy home cooking.

It was a pleasure to have to opportunity to share my review on this amazing cookbook. I'm glad I was able to try out some of these healthy recipes put together by Nancy Hughes.


This Instant Pot–authorized cookbook from the experts at the American Diabetes Association contains 90 easy and healthy recipes made with simple ingredients. Inside, you’ll find nutritious, flavorful Instant Pot recipes that will easily transform into mouth-watering meals. Each recipe includes detailed instructions to walk you through every step of cooking with your Instant Pot. Recipes include family favorites as well as a wide range of options inspired by Mexican, Italian, Thai, Indian, and Cajun cuisines. Whatever you have a taste for, you’ll find it in this book! Additionally, each recipe meets the nutrition guidelines set by the American Diabetes Association.


 Other features of the Instant Pot Diabetes Cookbook include:
  • * Pressure Pointers to help you understand how your Instant Pot works and what it can do
  • * A table of cooking times for a variety of ingredients from grains to veggies to meats
  • * Essential kitchen equipment and ingredients to have on hand to make diabetes-friendly cooking with your Instant Pot a breeze
  • * Complete nutrition information with each recipe to make diabetes meal planning easy

MY THOUGHTS:

I really enjoyed this book and my family loved the dishes I made that was used from this recipe book.  The images makes my mouth water. Although not too many photos, the layout of the recipes on each page are well put together and easy to follow.  Since our family don't eat a lot of meat at home, the vegetable dishes are great! Sometimes I just need some inspiration and creative ideas on how to make a simple dish. Most of the ingredients listed are easy to find and it's what I use almost every day or every week.

The pasta dishes and rice dishes are what I make most of the time. I like how Nancy put together a variety type of dishes; dishes from breakfast, entrees with meat, vegetables, pasta, appetizers, salads, sweets and desserts, as well as soup.

Here was one of the recipe I prepared: the "Freezer-Fix Chili" (from page 74 of the cookbook).



About the Author:

Nancy S. Hughes is a bestselling author and leading food consultant. She has written more than 20 nationally published cookbooks and developed recipes for 60 additional cookbooks with over 7,500 published recipes to her credit. Nancy has been honored to work with clients across the U.S. and Canada. She works with major corporations, health-focused organizations, magazines, and web-based clients including: the American Heart Association, Cooking Light, Better Homes and Gardens, Betty Crocker, Del Monte Foods, the Canola Council, National Processed Raspberry Council, Rice Federation, eMeals, and Nestlé. Visit her website at www.nancyshughes.com.




Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of the above book for my review in this post. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of other consumers. No other compensation was given.

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