180 Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Mostly Paleo Recipes!
Oh my goodness I’m so excited to share this eBook with you! Real Food Recipes from The Spunky Coconut contains updated recipes from my two self-published paperback books (each retailed for over $20), plus dozens of favorites from the blog! All the recipes are gluten-free, dairy-free, and refined sugar-free. Most are Paleo, and 120 of the recipes are egg-free! For years readers have asked me for more affordable books and an eBook format that is available in any country.
INSIDE Real Food Recipes from the Spunky Coconut:
Guides to ingredients and cooking tools • Helpful tips • Holiday dinner planner
Drinks • Breakfast • Bread • Sides, Dip and Quiche • Meat • Soup and Salad • Pasta • Cake
Pie and Cheesecake • Cookies and Treats • Ice Cream
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This eBook is a PDF file so you can view it on your tablet, or computer. On your computer you can use Adobe Reader or Acrobat (don’t view in Google Docs because then the links won’t work). The pages are 8.5 x 11 inches so you can print a copy on your home printer. We designed it with a wide margin so you can get it spiral-bound along the top edge or place it in a 3-ring binder.
Praise for the recipes!
“I love Kelly’s food. Kelly uses nutritious ingredients that yield delicious results and her instructions are very concise and easy to follow.”
—Elana Amsterdam, author of Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry and ElanasPantry.com
“Kelly is in my top 5 list of favorite people in the world. Her recipes are always crazy delicious!”
—Brittany Angell, author of Every Last Crumb and BrittanyAngell.com
“Whether you are gluten-free, grain-free, or just someone looking for nutritious whole food recipes, this book offers a wide variety of recipes for the health-conscience food lover and creative cook.”
—Alissa Segersten, author of The Whole Life Nutrition Cookbook and WholeLifeNutrition.net
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