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Mom??s Sugar Solution: 150 Low-Sugar Recipes for Your Kids?? Favorite Foods, Sweet Treats, and More!


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English | ISBN: 150720485X | 2018 | EPUB | 240 Pages | 39 MB

Tame your sugar cravings with these simple, low-sugar recipes that emphasize natural ingredients and support healthy eating habits for you and your family.

In Mom's Sugar Solution, you'll learn how much sugar is acceptable, how to spot hidden sugars on food labels, and how to get your family involved in a low-sugar lifestyle. With advice from family nutritionist Laura Chalela Hoover about the best ways to minimize sugar in a child's diet, you can be sure you're making the right decisions for your family's health.

You'll find 150 kid-friendly recipes for everything from breakfast to dessert, as well as recommended swaps for foods containing high amounts of hidden sugar, including drinks and condiments. With easy and delicious recipes that range from Peachy Cream Pancakes, Cinnamon Smoothies, Corn Bread Mini Muffins, and Crispy Fish Fingers, Mom's Sugar Solution makes it possible to eat healthier and still enjoy the foods you love.
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