50 Low-Sugar Meals for the Oven: Cooking classic recipes the sugar-reduced way - measurements in grams Kindle Edition @ Amazon
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50 Low-Sugar Meals for the Oven: Cooking classic recipes the sugar-reduced way - measurements in grams Kindle Edition @ Amazon

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Found 5th Apr
Recipes:

  • Yam and Vegetable Mix
  • Pumpkin Quinoa
  • Rice-Mushroom-Frittata
  • Artichoke-Crab-Dip
  • Baked Oatmeal
  • Sausage- Mushroom-Quiche
  • Potatoes with Ham and Cheese
  • Green Bean Casserole
  • Mashed Cauliflower
  • Radish Egg
  • Stuffed Peppers
  • Classic Meatloaf
  • Avocado Tacos
  • Roasted Brussel Sprouts
  • Tomato Risotto
  • Tofu-Mushroom-Steaks
  • Maple Chicken
  • Grilled Lamb
  • Grilled Prosciutto Salad
  • Sweet Potato with Kale
  • Salsa Swordfish
  • Spicy Halibut
  • Fish Steaks
  • Scrambled Eggs with Ham and Cheese
  • Garlic Shrimps
  • Spicy Shrimps
  • Grilled Mushrooms
  • Zucchini Crisps
  • Baked Broccoli
  • Grilled Mushrooms
  • Cauliflower Soup
  • Spinach Casserole
  • Shepherd’s Pie
  • White Beans on Cod
  • Caramelised Omelette Rolls
  • Bacon Breakfast Muffins
  • Granola Bars
  • Avocado Eggs
  • Baked Beans
  • Roasted Vegetables with Polenta
  • Potato-Spinach-Pie
  • Vegan Macaroni and Cheese
  • Bacon Wrapped Chicken
  • Spicy Chicken Tenders
  • Chicken Lasagna
  • Mushroom Roasted Turkey
  • Vegetable Kabobs
  • Quinoa-Lasagna
  • Sea Bass Fillets with Lemon and Capers
  • Roasted Carrots and Onions with Honey
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4 Comments
Anything but cake?
Bit daft, most of these things shouldn't contain much sugar anyway being savory and that.
Not sure baked beans or grilled mushrooms really justify a recipe
Hmm, one not so happy HUKD single-star customer review posted today. Come on own up, who are you?

"Copy and pasted stolen recipes from the internet. No pictures in a cookbook? And who is this Mattis Lundqvist? Do a reverse image search on his picture and it's just a stock image of a man with cat from depositphotos.
There's a racket going on that's churning out these 'copy and pasted recipes from the internet' cookbooks under a variety of names. It beggars belief that some people will actually pay money for this kind of rubbish without doing a tiny bit of research. And as for the people on HUKD constantly posting these cookbooks as great deals is beyond belief."

Where does it say it is a 'great' deal? It is free however, so take it or leave it. Where's the 'roll eyes' emoji when you need it!
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