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  1. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen Kelly

    The Healthy Eating On-Pot Cookbook by Lauren Keating has 101 recipes that can be prepared in the InstantPot, Airfryer, Dutch Oven, electric pressure cooker, sheet pan, skillet or slow cooker. Since I use all of those methods of cooking, the slow cooker is my absolute favorite. I just bought an Airfryer so I am learning how to use it and I do use the dutch oven a lot too. So that said, this cookbook is really great. The breakdown of the cookbook follows: Chapter 1 goes into what to eat, fast food The Healthy Eating On-Pot Cookbook by Lauren Keating has 101 recipes that can be prepared in the InstantPot, Airfryer, Dutch Oven, electric pressure cooker, sheet pan, skillet or slow cooker. Since I use all of those methods of cooking, the slow cooker is my absolute favorite. I just bought an Airfryer so I am learning how to use it and I do use the dutch oven a lot too. So that said, this cookbook is really great. The breakdown of the cookbook follows: Chapter 1 goes into what to eat, fast food prep, refrigerator and pantry staples and one pot cooking, using the different ways to cook. Chapter 2 is Breakfast, chapter 3 has meatless main dishes, chapter 4 is for chicken recipes, chapter 5 is meat, chapter 6 seafood, chapter 7 is desserts, chapter 8 snacks and sides, my favorite chapter is chapter 9 staples and sauces. So as you can see there are so many recipes in each section. The recipes are easy to follow, a great variety for different cooking vessels. A few of the recipes are: Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Pecans, what's not to like? For an easy recipe, Sheet Pan Lemon Herb Tuna with Gnocchi. In the dessert section, you have Blueberry Crisp and Peach Cobbler. I love this cookbook and I can't wait to try one of the recipes.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    I had hoped to receive a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I bought it, in hope that they would approve me after the fact and I would be able to sing its praises --- I was denied - good thing that I bought it AT FULL PRICE 😂😂😂 and love it from cover to cover. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Healthy Eating Made Everyday Easy. The key to healthy I had hoped to receive a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I bought it, in hope that they would approve me after the fact and I would be able to sing its praises --- I was denied - good thing that I bought it AT FULL PRICE 😂😂😂 and love it from cover to cover. From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do 😸. Healthy Eating Made Everyday Easy. The key to healthy eating (hint: this isn’t about dieting) is keeping meals effortless and totally delicious. The best part is, you can do it all with just one pot. This healthy eating cookbook makes it easier than ever to enjoy good-for-you food that is good for your weeknight schedule, too. With 101 satisfying and nutritious recipes for one-and-done meals—no extra pots or pans needed—you’ll spend less time in the kitchen, and more time enjoying real food. Recipes this easy make it hard to eat unhealthily. Inside this healthy eating cookbook, you’ll find: Guidelines to Eat Well, Live Well—Learn the basics of healthy eating, foods to enjoy and avoid, and how to prep fast. Just One-Pot Recipes (REALLY)—Make a complete dish from start to finish with your Air Fryer, Dutch Oven, Electric Pressure Cooker, Sheet Pan, Skillet, or Slow Cooker. 101 All-Day Meals—Eat healthy from breakfast through dinner with these fulfilling and filling recipes. Wake up with Apple Cinnamon Buns or whip up Mushroom and Farro “Stroganoff” for dinner, whatever is on the menu—this healthy eating cookbook makes sure it will be easy and tasty, too. I freaking loved this book --- and it was worth paying full price for. The recipes are yummy and makeable by me, especially, as I live by cooking in one dish - mostly my InstantPot and all of its modalities. (I would never be able to find the room for the Air Fryer though!) The recipes are easy to understand and it is easy to add cheese and dairy (or meat) to any recipe contained within. It is just one of those books that is a basis for many recipes or a total recipe for the less gourmet book. As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis (outside of their incessant use by Millenials on Instagram and Twitter) so let's give it 🍄🥑🍚🥥🍏 🍅🥕 🥔🍑🍜

  3. 5 out of 5

    Andrex

    "I've always believed that if food isn't delicious, it isn't worth eating. Healthy eating doesn't mean going on a fad diet - or even following a strict diet at all. It's about focusing on deliciously satisfying foods that nourish your body and soul - and making them a priority." Love this! The author goes on to say that the best way and most cost-effective way to eat healthily is to cook from home. Yes, she knows we are all busy but her take on healthy eating is that it is right up there with ex "I've always believed that if food isn't delicious, it isn't worth eating. Healthy eating doesn't mean going on a fad diet - or even following a strict diet at all. It's about focusing on deliciously satisfying foods that nourish your body and soul - and making them a priority." Love this! The author goes on to say that the best way and most cost-effective way to eat healthily is to cook from home. Yes, she knows we are all busy but her take on healthy eating is that it is right up there with exercise. We need both to maintain and/or gain back our health. Nine chapters, eight of which consist of recipes in the following sections: Breakfast * Meatless Mains * Chicken * Meat * Seafood * Desserts * Snacks and Sides * Staples and Sauces Six "pots" are used (not all at one time) to create the recipes in this book. Their images are at the top of each recipe so you know which one to use: Air Fryer * Dutch Oven * Electric Pressure Cooker * Sheet Pan * Skillet * Slow Cooker Banana Bread in the pressure cooker? Yes, that made me do a double take also. How about some Oven-Basted Tandoori Chicken Thighs? Yum! Yum! Cranberry Oatmeal Bars? OOH! Brussels Sprouts with Bacon and Pecans - a sheet pan recipe. There's a good variety of recipes contained in this book. As with most recipe books I thought some of the portions were a little on the small size but it is easy to double a recipe if needed. If you're expecting a recipe book with loads of pictures, sorry, not many in this one but the recipes and instructions are clearly written. Chapter 9 contains all the sauce and stock recipes that you will need to create some of these recipes. For those of you not aware of what the Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen are you will find these two lists at the end. (Advice on which fruits and vegetables have the most/least pesticides.) Then come the measurement conversion charts followed by a recipe index and then an ingredient index. What this is, is a list to make looking up a specific ingredient contained in a recipe much easier. Say you are looking to cook with Feta cheese. Just head to 'F' and then 'Feta cheese' and you will find all the recipes containing that ingredient in one helpful list. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher. That has not influenced my review with the thoughts and opinions above being my own. Thanks, Liz

  4. 5 out of 5

    TammyJo Eckhart

    I like cutting down on the number of dirty dishes I create when I cook so I was excited to try out this cookbook. That excited quickly faded when I realized that the book uses six types of "pots" and that I really only had 2.5 of these. The half is for my skillet that can't go into the oven. Having these many types of pots requires that you inherit or buy them but having the space to store them requires a kitchen of a certain size. These economic requirements in a cookbook are not unique to Heal I like cutting down on the number of dirty dishes I create when I cook so I was excited to try out this cookbook. That excited quickly faded when I realized that the book uses six types of "pots" and that I really only had 2.5 of these. The half is for my skillet that can't go into the oven. Having these many types of pots requires that you inherit or buy them but having the space to store them requires a kitchen of a certain size. These economic requirements in a cookbook are not unique to Healthy Eating One-Pot Cookbook but this limitation is starting to annoy me so I have to begin to call out the problem when I see it. If you have the "pots" in your kitchen, the recipes in the 8 chapters of them are a diverse group. The instructions are basic, most recipes are only 1 page long, but they do require that you know many techniques so this isn't a starter or easy cookbook, just a less pans cookbook. I really liked that the recipes clearly show what "pot" they need in by text and by icon in the upper left or right hand side of the recipe. This allows you to easily see what you could make before getting the ingredients together. It might be nice though if the book also offered other ways to make the recipes such as if you don't have X pan but you have this, make these adjustments to the recipe. I do wish the cookbook had a lot more photographs, even gray scale ones would be good. When we buy recipes, let's be honest, part of what we want is food porn; want to see what we may be able to sort of create ourselves if we follow the directions. There are some people who buy cookbooks for the photos with no intention of ever using them. With so few images, this cookbook fails to appeal on that level.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    The book for review is “Healthy Eating One-Pot Cookbook” by Lauren Keating. This book falls in the genre of cooking and quick and easy by the publishers of this book. With life being so hectic now a days making home cook meals is not always a time we can afford let alone healthy meals. This cookbook has 101 effortless meals for your instant pot, sheet pan, skillet and dutch oven. You are bound to have one or two of these in your home. Before you even get to the recipes you will see sections on: wh The book for review is “Healthy Eating One-Pot Cookbook” by Lauren Keating. This book falls in the genre of cooking and quick and easy by the publishers of this book. With life being so hectic now a days making home cook meals is not always a time we can afford let alone healthy meals. This cookbook has 101 effortless meals for your instant pot, sheet pan, skillet and dutch oven. You are bound to have one or two of these in your home. Before you even get to the recipes you will see sections on: what to eat, fast prep solutions, refrigerators and pantry staples one pot cooking and more. This is a nice overview to go over what you have. Like any cookbook it has the basics: breakfast, meatless mains, chicken, meat, seafood, dessert, snacks and sides and staples and sauces. After is a small section on the dirty dozen and clean fifteen foods to look for , measurement conversions and resources Each recipe will have at the top what cooking vessel you will need for it. Also it has the prep and time to cook. The recipes are pretty easy to follow. This was cool book. Looking through the recipes I doubt I would make a quarter of them just due to my family’s taste buds. The pictures were pretty and the book was easy to handle. If I had seen this book at the store though I would not have gotten it just due to the fact the recipes just would not fit my family. But the idea of quick and healthy meals in today’s world that is definitely something to be excited about. I received this book for free from Callisto Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Renee

    So what’s not to love about one pot recipes? I don’t know if I could find anyone who wouldn’t be happy about using one pan to cook a meal and did I mention using at most a bowl to mix ingredients. Recipes are made using either a Dutch oven, sheet pan, air fryer, skillet, pressure cooker, or slow cooker to have a healthy meal (I guess I’ll really miss cleaning lots of pans……. not.)I’ve used all these vessels for years with the exception of the air fryer (which I purchased in January), so I decide So what’s not to love about one pot recipes? I don’t know if I could find anyone who wouldn’t be happy about using one pan to cook a meal and did I mention using at most a bowl to mix ingredients. Recipes are made using either a Dutch oven, sheet pan, air fryer, skillet, pressure cooker, or slow cooker to have a healthy meal (I guess I’ll really miss cleaning lots of pans……. not.)I’ve used all these vessels for years with the exception of the air fryer (which I purchased in January), so I decided to try some of those recipes first. Air Fried Buffalo Cauliflower (three ingredients, Prep time :five minutes, cook time :20 minutes),Carne Asada Tacos(Carne Asada :seven ingredients, tacos :seven ingredients, prep time :10 minutes, cook time: 15 minutes), and Butternut Goat Cheese Frittata (eight ingredients, prep time :10 minutes, cook time :25 minutes )made me incredibly happy that I added an air fryer to my kitchen as the recipes were quick and easy. Each recipe provides nutritional information, a substitution tip, and whether the recipe is dairy -free, nut- free, gluten-free, vegan, or vegetarian. With 101 recipes, even if you don’t have one or two of these cooking vessel, you would still have plenty of healthy recipes (and maybe you like me will add one in the future …...yes I love my air fryer. )There is only one picture per chapter, so I’m not sure if a new cook would like this book (heck I like lots of pictures!) There are certainly many more recipes that I can’t wait to try. I received an ARC from Rockridge Press through Callisto Publisher’s Club.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Campbell

    "Healthy Eating One-Pot Cookbook: 101 Effortless Meals for Your Instant Pot, Sheet Pan, Skillet and Dutch Oven", by Lauren Keating, offers over 100 recipes, plus cooking tips, for delicious home cooking with a healthy and convenient meal make-over! The author begins with a basic course of guidelines and prep methods for healthful eating, and then takes you through an amazing collection of recipes for breakfasts, main dishes, desserts, snacks, and much more. If you love to cook, and want to serve "Healthy Eating One-Pot Cookbook: 101 Effortless Meals for Your Instant Pot, Sheet Pan, Skillet and Dutch Oven", by Lauren Keating, offers over 100 recipes, plus cooking tips, for delicious home cooking with a healthy and convenient meal make-over! The author begins with a basic course of guidelines and prep methods for healthful eating, and then takes you through an amazing collection of recipes for breakfasts, main dishes, desserts, snacks, and much more. If you love to cook, and want to serve your family happily-homemade meals, you will enjoy recipes like these: "Carrot Cake Oatmeal"; "Sweet Potatoes with Chipotle Sauce"; "Sheet Pan Chicken Teriyaki"; "White Pizza with Chicken and Red Peppers"; "Sweet & Sour Pork Stir-Fry"; "Barbecue Meatloaf & Mashed Potatoes"; "Shrimp & Sausage Paella"; "Chocolate Zucchini Cake"; "Oatmeal-Chocolate Chip Cookies"; "Quick Pickles"; "Slow Cooker Baked Potatoes"; "Ratatouille"; "Garden Vegetable Stock"; and "Maple Barbecue Sauce". Make it good--make it in one pot! Book Copy Gratis Callisto Publishers

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Henke

    Not only are the recipes in this book for an Instapot, they're for air fryers and dutch ovens, so no matter what YOUR 'one-pot' is, you have a recipe that you will love in this book! If you're recently on a new diet, this might be the perfect bridge book for you as well.It's also a basic cookbook on how to cook healthy, so it makes fro a great book for gift giving for weddings and graduations as well. The recipes themselves are all pretty basic, with nothing really too extensive, or ingredients Not only are the recipes in this book for an Instapot, they're for air fryers and dutch ovens, so no matter what YOUR 'one-pot' is, you have a recipe that you will love in this book! If you're recently on a new diet, this might be the perfect bridge book for you as well.It's also a basic cookbook on how to cook healthy, so it makes fro a great book for gift giving for weddings and graduations as well. The recipes themselves are all pretty basic, with nothing really too extensive, or ingredients that are hard to find. One con though, the recipes are printed VERY lightly on the page, and in a not super lit kitchen, you might misread amounts. So you may want to preview recipe, before you start it, if that's your kitchen!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Binegar-Foster

    This book is loaded with great recipes. We especially liked the Corn Beef Reuben Chowder and Taco Casserole. My husband loves squash so there are several recipes that we will be trying in the future. I would have given it 5 stars if there were more photos of the recipes. I don’t need full page photos a smaller photo with each recipe would have been perfect. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book provided by the publisher.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sherry

    A great cookbook for anyone wanting one pot quick meals. Just add your ingredients and let it cook when you get home from work your meal is ready. Super quick clean up since you don't need extra pots or pans. With an assortment of healthy meals, breakfast , dinner and dessert I am sure you will find plenty of new ideas for cooking at home and saving money.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ro Scott

    I love finding healthy recipes and then to find them using one pot was a book I wanted to read. I found so many ideas in this recipe book. Carrot cake oatmeal and the Homemade enchilada sauce have already been household hits. She took basic classics and put the healthy twist on them.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Yvonna

    Lacks variety Many recipes seem to have similar flavor profiles. I was expecting more. While I know that I can change some of the flavors, it would have been nice to have more variety right off the page.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Patricia Raica

    I liked that this one book has recipes for various cooking methods! Depending on time contraints...which we all have, right?....i can put together a healthy and flavorful meal! I'm very happy I received this review copy from the publisher.....it's a keeper!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rosemary Burton

    "Healthy" 😔 GROSS ! Pretentiousness pretend fad version of healthy. Nothing appealed to our foodie friends and family wish I had not purchased this at all.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Illustrious Illusions

    While it lacks pictures, I like the variety of cooking methods shared in this book. All one pot dishes, but might be stove top, fryer, crockpot, or something else. Simple and flavorful.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Eva Lorenz

    This book is useful for anyone that lives alone or has a small family and does not want to mess with a lot of kitchen clean up for a meal. The recipes are easy, require few ingredients and most of these are pantry items. In addition, the meals can be prepped in a large port, skillet or slow cooker - making clean up quicker than most meals. And do not worry, this book is not all about soups or stews. There are nice pan fried items included as well. Most importantly, if you always wanted to do bre This book is useful for anyone that lives alone or has a small family and does not want to mess with a lot of kitchen clean up for a meal. The recipes are easy, require few ingredients and most of these are pantry items. In addition, the meals can be prepped in a large port, skillet or slow cooker - making clean up quicker than most meals. And do not worry, this book is not all about soups or stews. There are nice pan fried items included as well. Most importantly, if you always wanted to do breakfast for dinner but worries about having to scramble eggs, fry bacon and make biscuits to get that breakfast feeling and then had longer to work on the clean up than on the actual eating of the meal; this book also includes breakfast recipes and desserts that all can be completed in one large cooking vessel. Highly recommend this book to people that love to cook and eat, but are not thrilled about doing dishes for longer than either of these other activities. I received a free copy from the publisher.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Erin Cataldi

    I initially thought that this was only good for dutch ovens based off the cover photo and my inability to read sub-titles, so I was delightfully surprised when I realized that this cookbook also covers: skillets, sheet pans, slow cookers, and air fryers and instant pots (the two things I don't own). I am a LAZY cooker. Like supremely lazy. If there is a ton of prep or a ton of dishes, I generally don't bother. It's also a problem that most "easy" recipes are the least healthy. For those reasons I initially thought that this was only good for dutch ovens based off the cover photo and my inability to read sub-titles, so I was delightfully surprised when I realized that this cookbook also covers: skillets, sheet pans, slow cookers, and air fryers and instant pots (the two things I don't own). I am a LAZY cooker. Like supremely lazy. If there is a ton of prep or a ton of dishes, I generally don't bother. It's also a problem that most "easy" recipes are the least healthy. For those reasons alone, I love this cookbook. For the recipes themselves I could write a sonnet (or two). I love them. A lot. And I have only tried out like four (with another twenty plus earmarked to try out). There are nine chapters in this book: an intro, breakfast, meatless mains (by far the best chapter), chicken (skip), meat (skip), seafood (skip), desserts (heaven), snacks & sides, and staples & sauces. I'm being sarcastic when I say skip the meat chapters. As a vegetarian, I didn't bother flipping through those, but I was very impressed with how many other recipes were in here. The ones I tried and loved were: creamy tomato soup with farro, sweet potato egg in a hole, eggplant and asparagus stir fry, and peach cobbler. These recipes are easy to follow, easy to make, and easy on the waistline. The only thing lacking in this book is more pictures, there are hardly any. Other than that, this book is a winner and one I look forward to coming back to!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

  19. 4 out of 5

    joyce w. laudon

    This cookbook is a fabulous resource for those of us who are not whizzes in the kitchen. Each recipe is cooked in either an instant pot, a sheet pan, a skillet or a dutch oven; yes that IS why it is called one pot, but how nice that is when it comes to clean up. The beginning of the book has advice about things like healthy eating, kitchen staples worth stocking, menu suggestions and descriptions of the various types of pots. There are then recipes grouped by breakfast, meatless mains, chicken, This cookbook is a fabulous resource for those of us who are not whizzes in the kitchen. Each recipe is cooked in either an instant pot, a sheet pan, a skillet or a dutch oven; yes that IS why it is called one pot, but how nice that is when it comes to clean up. The beginning of the book has advice about things like healthy eating, kitchen staples worth stocking, menu suggestions and descriptions of the various types of pots. There are then recipes grouped by breakfast, meatless mains, chicken, meat, seafood, snacks and sides and lastly, staples and sauces. A few recipe examples include smoked salmon frittata, sheet pan bacon and eggs, curried chick pea stew, Italian eggplant stacks, sheet pan chicken teriyaki, chicken and quinoa skillet, etc. etc. I read a number of these recipes very carefully and found the directions to be clear and easy to follow. I can't wait to start cooking. Many thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for this cooking treat. All opinions are my own.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mary

  21. 5 out of 5

    Justin

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chris

  23. 5 out of 5

    Robin

  24. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Dusterwald

  25. 4 out of 5

    Christina Relis

  26. 5 out of 5

    robin tracy

  27. 4 out of 5

    Paula

  28. 5 out of 5

    Randi Chantrill

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mitzie

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