15-Minute Low-Carb Recipes by Dana Carpender

15 Minute Low Carb Recipes
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by Dana Carpender


260 pages

Yikes! It’s 6:30 p.m., and you’ve just walked through the door after a long day at work, plus a couple of errands. You’re tired, you’re hungry — and before you can get your coat off, the family has started asking, “What’s for dinner?” In the past, you would have started water boiling for some quick mac-and-cheese, or warmed up a frozen pizza. But now you’re low-carbing, and hungry and busy though you may be, you really don’t want to trade your weight loss, high energy, and improved health for a quick-and-carb-y supper. After all, when you’re running a killer schedule, you don’t need food that will make you feel fat, sluggish, and guilty! What, oh what, to do? Relax! No, really, sit down, relax, take a deep breath, and flip through 15-Minute Low-Carb Recipes. You’ll find dozens of wonderful family dishes that take no more than fifteen minutes to make, prep time included. You’ll even find stuff you’d be happy to serve to company, should you be so brave as to invite people over on a weeknight! And much, much more — all with the carbohydrate, fiber, and usable carb counts already calculated for you. What could be easier?

Dana Carpender is the author of 500 Low Carb Recipes and How I Gave Up My Low-Fat Diet and Lost 40 Pounds. She writes a weekly internet newsletter called Lowcarbezine! that goes out to 12000 subscribers and is the Managing Editor of CarbSmart. She lives in Bloomington IN.

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