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Healthy Meals Cookbook: A Unique Collection of Low Fat Recipes, Food for Kids, Healthy Snack Ideas


As promised, we have launched our first healthy recipes cookbook, with recipes contributed by members from Healthy Recipes by Homemakers, a Facebook food group.

Perhaps you are looking for healthy snacks ideas. Or healthy recipes for diabetes or weight watchers? You may be looking for healthy meal ideas even or for that matter healthy dinner recipes. Of course, there is a diabetic loved one or a friend you want to host and looking for food for diabetics options.

Whether you are looking for healthy dinner ideas, diabetic food, low fat recipes, recipes for kids, healthy meal idea planning, low carb recipes, healthy lunch recipes, or quick healthy meals this healthy food recipes cookbook has you covered.

Available for zero cost download is our Healthy Recipes cookbook (veg only) - with recipe contributions from over 25 home chefs living in different parts of India. Our motto is to spread healthy ideas and bring those homemakers from the kitchen to the forefront of healthy cooking & eating habits. Learn the original ideas of nanis and daadis and creative innovations of modern day women all at one place. There is a variety of gourmet yet healthy food to try out - from desserts to sweets. from cookies to cakes, from beverages to snacks, from snacks to main course meals. We promise to bring health to your dining table. Any takers?

The food ebook is available for download below. Please click on the link to get free access to healthy recipes. We thank each of the contributors for their hard work and sharing with us unique, irresistible and healthy recipes.

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Our recipe contributors have proved that food can be tasty as well as healthy.

If you have fussy eaters at home, we promise you are going to have an easy time serving them healthy food, for we are sharing easy peasy healthy yet delectable recipes.

You won;t find such a huge collection of health food elsewhere. Whether you are looking for weight loss recipes, healthy festive recipes, diet food, healthy main course meal ideas, home remedies, health tips, or what not, our healthy recipes by homemakers cookbook is the answer.

You won't find an unhealthy ingredient used in these recipes - that's a promise.

Thanking the contributors, from Ravneet to Anita Chahal, Chitra Balachander, Ritu Mendiratta, Uma Srinivas, Divya Suresh, Deepti Aggarwal, Geeta Sachdev, Piyali Mutha, Radha Natarajan, Naturedeep Kahlon, Urmi Desai, Vins Raj, Parul Bansal, Mili Jain, Sangeeta Chandra, Neelam Avasthi, Tanvee Sarda, Shital Dhani, Anita Jaura Aggarwal, Balvinder Kaur, Anna Singh, Sarada Shreya, and Bishakha Kumari Saxena.



So what are you waiting for?
The healthy recipes cookbook is up for grabs. Download it for free and enjoy healthy food!
See you soon again with our next version of health food- healthy recipes. This time we would be looking for diabetes friendly recipes.

Keep watching this space!
Bye until then!

Comments

  1. What a remarkable feat Ravneet and can't thank you enough for motivating us . Wishing you all the best .

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    1. Thank you, Radha ji. Every single contribution counts. Your contributions are remarkable. Keep posting healthy stuff for our future cookbooks.

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  2. How can one miss this wonderful cookbook. Answer to any healthfreak's worry for what to eat, how to make and no doubt all are yummiest ones!! Loved the collation. Great job by you.

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  3. Thank you Ranveet for giving such a nice platform and encourage us for more.

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    1. Thank you for your recipe contribution for the cookbook. Won't have been possible without you all posting healthy recipes in the group. Keep up the good work.

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