The Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook (Paperback)

100 great recipes with fewer calories and less fat

By Dana Angelo White

Alpha, 9781465476630, 160pp.

Publication Date: October 9, 2018

List Price: 19.99*
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Description

Make delicious, healthy recipes faster and easier, and with less fat and fewer calories, using your Instant Pot multicooker.

You know your Instant Pot multi-cooker can do it all--and now it can do it healthier!

The Instant Pot is a digital multi-function cooker that can pressure cook, slow cook, sauté, steam, and even make yogurt; it cooks significantly faster than traditional methods, and leaves food more flavorful and more nutrient dense. Now you can make delicious, healthy recipes faster and easier, and with less fat and fewer calories, using your Instant Pot multi-cooker. Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook is the perfect resource for healthy recipes that utilize simple, everyday ingredients. In it you get:

  •  100 delicious, healthy recipes for breakfast, entrées, sides, desserts, and more
  •  Key nutrition information for every recipe to help ensure you'll stick to your healthy eating plan
  •  Beautiful photography and a graphical approach to the recipes to help finding key information easier
  •  Helpful tips and tricks for using, cleaning, and maintaining your Instant Pot, and instructions for adjusting conventional recipes for cooking in the Instant Pot<


About the Author

Dana Angelo White (MS, RD, ATC) is a registered dietitian, certified athletic trainer, and nutrition and fitness consultant. She’s the nutrition expert for Food Network.com and the founding contributor for Food Network’s Healthy Eats blog.

Dana has written seven books: Healthy Air Fryer CookbookHealthy Instant Pot CookbookHealthy, Quick & East SmoothiesHealthy One Pan DinnersHealthy Vegan Air Fryer CookbookHealthy, Quick & Easy Juices, and First Bites: Superfoods for Babies and Toddlers. Her recipes, quotes, and articles have also been featured on Food Network.com, Verywell.com, Greatist.com, HealthyDay, WebMD, and Cooking Light.com as well as in Today’s DietitianShapeSeventeenPreventionMuscle & FitnessMen’s Fitness, and Maxim magazines.

Dana is the sports dietitian and assistant clinical faculty in the Department of Athletic Training and Sports Medicine at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. She resides in Fairfield, Connecticut, with her husband, three children, and Boston Terrier, Violet Pickles.