The Smart Baking Cookbook: Muffins, Cookies, Biscuits and Breads

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Newmarket Press, Sep 11, 2002 - Cooking - 304 pages
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Former Prevention senior editor and nutrition expert Jane Kinderlehrer reveals the secrets to delicious yet healthy baking in these 180 high fiber, lowfat, no sugar recipes. Ideal for today's healthy choice lifestyle—The Smart Baking Cookbook provides readers with over 180 easy recipes for baked goods that are high-fiber and high-flavor, yet sugar-free and low-fat. These delectable vitamin-enriched recipes also contain no white flour, hydrogenated fats, or chemical additives—just natural ingredients like fruit, nuts, honey, and carob. Charmingly illustrated, the book includes an extensive guide to flours, grains, and seeds; helpful nutrient analysis of ingredients; a metric conversion chart; and special chapters for the allergic. Recipes include family and kitchen-tested gems Banana Maple Walnut Muffins, Pizza Muffins, Dark Rye and Cornmeal Bread, Butterfly Ginger Cookies, Cinnamon Twist Coffee Cake, Crunchy Fudgy Brownies, and much more.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Make Your Own Muffins
35
Make Your Own Cookies
180
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Jane Kinderlehrer, author of the classic "Smart Food" cookbook series, was senior editor and food editor of Prevention magazine for nineteen years and a regular New York Times columnist.

Daniel A. Kinderlehrer, M.D., Jane's son, is an internist and expert in diet, nutrition, and holistic medicine, who lectures widely and has been a regular presenter at the Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, New York. He lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

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