Enter to WIN Keto Comfort Foods!
Happy WORLD BOOK Day! I have always been a lover of books and now that I am an author I feel that today is an extra special day to celebrate and today I have a special offer for you!
I love waking up and doing giveaways like this and today you can enter to WIN Keto Comfort Foods book before it is even released! Most cookbooks have 110-125 recipes and this book is FILLED with over 175 recipes to satisfy your taste buds!
Writing Keto Comfort Foods was truly a labor of love. I love food and I will always love food; I just make things a little differently now than how I made them when I was heavy. Keto Comfort Foods is an important book to me because I’m competing against a multitrillion-dollar food industry that markets products filled with dyes, chemicals, and sugar to children. Providing cute keto treats keeps my kids happy. I also teach them how certain foods will make them feel good, be super-smart, and run fast!
We also live in a society that celebrates with food. Even when our children learn to go on the potty as toddlers, we reward them with food. Micah always asked for kale chips, but still, food was his reward. I hear all the time from parents who are frustrated when their kids’ Little League team goes out for ice cream after every game. One of my clients sent me a picture of the giant bag of Skittles that her type 1 diabetic second grader was given for scoring 100 percent on her math test!
I also wrote Keto Comfort Foods because cooking and baking are my therapy. I love to create beautiful food. I enjoy being in the kitchen on a rainy day. (If it’s nice out, I prefer to be outside on my bicycle or kayak!) I’m not one to meditate on a mat with my eyes closed. I like to think of my cooking and baking time as mindful meditation. Some healthcare clinics and counselors are using cooking or baking as a therapy tool for people suffering from depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems. Sounds crazy, right? But cooking soothes stress, builds self-esteem, and helps curb negative self-talk by focusing the mind on following a recipe.
Keto Comfort Foods is special to me because I want you to be able to stick to this lifestyle and not feel compelled to cheat. Having keto desserts available has helped me stick to this lifestyle for over a decade! If it were up to Craig, I would make meatloaf cake instead of my Death by Chocolate Cheesecake (page 310) for birthdays, but I love dessert. Having keto treats at home helps me say no to a slice of cake at a party. If I never let myself have a treat like keto ice cream (I always have some on hand), I wouldn’t be able to say no to sugar-filled treats. Allowing myself keto indulgences ensures that I never feel deprived.
And with the recipes in this book, you will never feel deprived, either! Whether your old favorite comfort foods were sugary desserts or carb-laden bowls of pasta, I’ve got you covered. Enjoy!
Thank you for your love and support!
IT IS EASY TO ENTER!
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3. Comment below on how the ketogenic lifestyle has helped you or a loved one!
Winner will be chosen May 2nd. Good Luck!