Healthy Snacks To Go to the rescue! With over 45 healthy snack recipes and ideas including traditional granola bars, iron-packed Popeye bars, and 15 “larabar” style variations, Kitchen Stewardship’s new Healthy Snacks To Go is the resource you need for healthy snack ideas.
Complete with time-saving tips, frugal options and allergy notes, Healthy Snacks To Go will become your “go-to” cookbook to keep your cupboards filled with nourishing yet quick choices. Grain-based recipes include soaked versions, and you’ll find healthy fats like butter and coconut oil throughout, plus many more grain-free options in the new edition.
When you’re trying to avoid processed food, coming up with something quick can be a challenge. Healthy Snacks To Go features diaper-bag friendly snacks that are toddler-approved and will help your household be prepared for the classic call of, “Mom, I’m huuuuungry!” You’ll also find sophisticated recipes like Wheat Thin Style Crackers and Spelt Biscuits, along with two bonus sections: “Basic Snacks for the Absent-Minded Eater” and “Reduced Waste Health Lunch Packing Tips”.
To get a feel for the style of the book and recipe content, get on over and grab the free download of the updated no-bake granola bar recipe, or scroll down for a larger excerpt, and when you’re convinced you simply must have your very own copy of Kitchen Stewardship’s Healthy Snacks To Go, 2nd edition, buy it here (PDF includes Kindle and Nook versions too!):
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What’s in There?
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“This book has been a real lifesaver!”
–Stephanie Langford, editor of Keeper of the Home and author of
Real Food on a Real Budget
I’ve piddle around and tried a few of the recipes from Healthy Snacks to Go and I have to say, I had rave reviews from family and friends this weekend on our camping trip when I went all out on a bunch of recipes. There were three adults camping (one of whom is my husband, who typically grazes all day like a horse).We made crispy chickpeas, Kid-friendly beef, Power bars, Grain-free cardamom spiced granola, KS healthy granola bars and all of the recipes were a success. All of them will be made again, everybody was pleased, happy, and excited about all of the healthy and nourishing food/snacks, thanks to you.
My friend will probably be purchasing this e-book and some others I’m sure, since she helped me prepare everything and saw how easy it was, how inexpensive it was overall. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
–Anne McClure of Catholic Mommy Brain, in a review at Catholic Mom
–Jen (a reader)
The snacks are healthy… and so is the free excerpt. Download 22 pages when you subscribe to the KS monthly newsletter. Scroll up to the form to get yours today.
In a time when recipes are abundant online, why would you pay a little extra money to purchase an e-book like this? Here’s why:
(See the rest from Megan of SortaCrunchy)
–Beth from Fake Plastic Fish
I worked with a team of testers on Crispy Roasted Chickpeas together, with great feedback:
“My 15 month old son who’s allergic to milk, eggs, wheat, and nuts LOVES these! …It’s the first snack I’ve found that I can make at home and take with us to the store! I can keep fruit and frozen peas ready at home but they’re quite messy when we’re out. We’ve been eating rice chex but I didn’t like giving them to him.
I’ll send my feedback on everything later but had to say thank you thank you thank you!!!”
–M, from her phone
“I’ve made crispy chickpeas in the past…However, I had more success on your original recipe.”
How About Food Sensitivities?
It seems like more and more people are having to cut foods from their diets these days. Healthy Snacks to Go has always had helpful icons so you can see at a glance whether a recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free or grain-free. Here’s the breakdown, out of 45 recipes:
- grain-free: 33
- gluten-free: 38
- dairy-free: all but 4 have CF (casein free) adaptations
- nut-free: 24 have the option
- egg-free: 37, plus at least 3 of the remaining ones, maybe 5, would work great with the flax/water egg substitute
- I even added a new section on how to substitute coconut, if you’re one of those people who just don’t like it.
Please see the satisfaction guarantee below if you have food sensitivities and are worried you won’t get your investment’s worth out of Healthy Snacks to Go…
My favorite gluten-free blogger reviewed the book here: “Fantastic.”
10 Reasons to Buy “Healthy Snacks To Go”
Of course I think everyone should get their hands on a copy of Healthy Snacks To Go. Here’s why:
- Real food on the go is one of the trickiest feats in mastering a whole foods diet.
FourteenFIFTEEN Power Bar variations! (reverse engineered Larabars) You’re bound to find one (or more) that you’ll love!
- The recipes are delicious, not intimidating, and often capable of hanging out in your diaper bag or desk drawer to wait until you’re hungry.
- Easily printable recipes ready to go right into your meal planning or recipes binder.
- Allergy and special diet friendly:
At least halfTwo-thirds of the recipes are grain-free and sweetener-free, so very friendly to some tough diets like the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. Almost all have gluten-free and/or dairy-free adaptations as well, denoted by simple icons.
3045 recipes and not one package in sight.
- Most of the recipes will save you money in the long run.
- Buying a blogger’s product is an easy way to say “Thank you” for providing the rest of her work free of charge via daily posts.
ThreeFive Bonus Sections: Basic Snacks Checklist, Soaking Grains Primer, The Snack Bar Manifesto, Yogurt Variations, and Sanity-Saving Lunch Packing Tips.
- The new edition is double the length with 50% more recipes and TONS of information, including more grain-free options and dehydrator instructions AND you get the Kindle and Nook versions absolutely free. See more below…
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What Changed in the Second Edition?
The first edition of Healthy Snacks to Go had been helping people cope with “running out the door hungry” syndrome for nearly two years, and it was time to upgrade the system.
Since the first edition of this book, which was my first eBook, I’d spent a lot of time in the kitchen. I had cooked many meals and made many snacks.
My oldest child was now in school all day, so I had first-hand knowledge of the drudgery of packing lunches and managing snacks on the go daily. (For the record, I don’t like it. It’s a pain. But it did make me realize even more the value of a book of snacks!)
I regularly make power bars, granola, crackers, muffins, and a whole bunch of other recipes from this book. I have food-stained printed copies of certain favorites and often open it on the computer for others.
The updates and new recipes in the second edition reflect all of this: more grain-free options (9 of the 11 new recipes), much less white sugar, dehydrator variations on some old favorites, and some handy fixes to problems with the old recipes. Don’t worry though – this new edition and nearly all the recipes it contains are still very applicable for a real food rookie or novice chef.
I’ve also started using recipe testers to make sure everything makes sense. They improve the format and final results SO much! When I asked readers to test the new granola bar improvements, I had no shortage of volunteers. We tweaked the instructions a bit, but the recipe held fast…literally. See what they have to say:
“My husband said they look just like the ones from the store, but taste better.” –V
“Perfect! Not crumbly at all. This will be my go-to recipe for making granola bars for on-the-go snacks.” –N
Spend Money to Save Money
Some people might wonder why you’d bother to pay for recipes when there are so many free on the Internet.
I’d sure like to think that I can save you money. In fact, if you make just a few batches of the famous power bars, packed with expensive ingredients like dried fruit and nuts, you’ll save the purchase price of the book vs. buying individual Larabars. A couple batches of homemade Wheat Thins, and you’ll not only have a much healthier end product, but a few bucks still in your pocket as well.
I won’t hide the fact that about a third of the recipes are posted right here at Kitchen Stewardship, including the FREE download of the No-Bake (Soaked) Granola Bars, also revised and updated. Another handful have been adapted from other recipes on the web. You could trawl the Internet to find good snacks…but they won’t be as thorough or easily accessible and printable as an eBook. I take great pains to make my eBooks user-friendly and practical, even putting all the photos on three pages so you can save printer ink.
If you are disappointed in the book for any reason, including that you can’t find enough recipes to fit a dietary restriction, I will refund your money without hesitation. Just email me!
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