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The Busy Mum's Plan-ahead Cookbook

Sarah Flower

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Prose: non-fiction, Quick & easy cooking, Cooking for/with children, Cooking with specific gadgets

Healthy and economic family meals that really make the most of your time in the kitchen.

Today's families are busy families, with parents juggling jobs, lifestyle and growing families. This book shows you how to manage your time whilst still providing healthy home-cooked meals for your growing family.

- Fill your freezer with portions of home-made ready meals for your hungry teenager.
- Dust off your slow cooker for those days when you are going to be tied up late at work.
- Use a pressure cooker for great meals in a fraction of the time.
- Fill your fridge with home-made pasta sauce for the quick and easy meal when you are tired and hungry.

The emphasis of the whole book is on planning and making the most of all the time-saving appliances you have at your disposal in the kitchen.For example, whilst the Sunday roast is cooking, you fill the cooker with cakes and savouries to last you the week.The roast chicken leftovers are used to make a chicken pie, curry or stir-fry.Make use of your freezer - it takes no more time to double up a recipe to make 2 or 3 extra portions, creating your own store of home-made ready meals.

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Praise for The Busy Mum's Plan-ahead Cookbook

  • this book is a veritable bible for those with busy schedules . . . Packed with great everyday recipes and top tips, this is a definite keeper for those of us who are always on the go. We love. - Easy Food

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Sarah Flower

Sarah Flower is trained in nutrition and nutritional medicine and author of 15 books, including the bestselling The Everyday Halogen Oven Cookbook. Sarah and her young son have lived on a sugar free diet for the last 3 years. As a nutritionist and journalist, Sarah has written many articles on diets, including sugar free, grain free, low carb and high protein. She runs workshops at local schools, talking to parents and teaching children how to cook and eat a healthy diet.

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