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The Weekday Lunches & Breakfasts Cookbook


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English | 1 Apr. 2018 | ISBN: 1624144985 | 192 Pages | EPUB | 87.26 MB

For families who are feeling pressed for time but still want to serve a filling and healthy homemade meal at breakfast or lunch, The Weekday Lunches & Breakfasts Cookbook provides helpful solutions in 80 recipes. Mary's huge online following and the success of her first book with Page Street, The Weeknight Dinner Cookbook, prove that readers are hungry for her recipes, and this book gives them even more options to enjoy throughout the day. Mary's recipes are winners because they are always nutritious, easy to prepare, and, most importantly, a big hit with the entire family - even picky kids! As in the first book, the recipes are divided by time needed to prepare them, making planning easy and convenient. Sample recipes in the book include 15-Minute White Chicken Chili, Baked Herb Chicken Parmesan as a salad or sandwich and Teriyaki Shrimp for lunch; and "Grab a Fork" Chicken Biscuit Sandwiches, Maple Crusted French Toast and Black Forest Yogurt Parfaits for breakfast. Also included are a sprinkling of go-to snack options such as Sweet and Salty Nut and Honey Cereal Bars and Better-Than-Store-Bought Ranch Dip with Vegetables. With so many quick and dependable recipes, readers will love how easy this book makes it to turn out nourishing meals all day long. This book has 80 recipes and 80 colour photographs.
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