Amazing sugar-free, no-fuss recipes to enjoy together
Author: Davina McCall
Publisher: Hachette UK
Bestselling author Davina McCall is inspiring millions to live a healthier lifestyle and has sold over half a million sugar-free books to date! Davina's Kitchen Favourites is her latest cookbook, full of food she loves to cook for family and friends, and lots of easy recipes that keep the show on the road when life gets crazy! "When I'm working, training or running a busy home, I like to stay healthy and to know I'm feeding myself and everyone else just the right amount of what we all need. These recipes are refined sugar free, full of nutritious goodness and don't need tonnes of ingredients to taste amaaazing!" Keep trim, save time and put nourishing meals on the table fast with Davina's Kitchen Favourites. It's full of delicious ideas to bring your favourite people together, a perfect gift for Mother's Day, and a life-saver for that friend who's always on-the-go! ALL the recipes in this book: * are free from refined sugar so keep blood sugar in balance - no sugar cravings * use smart carbs that help you stay healthy, look great and keep you feeling fuller longer * use few ingredients that are budget-friendly and available in supermarkets Join Davina's huge online community of over 3.5 million dedicated followers by sharing your creations from the book on social media, using #sharethelove
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