Betty Crocker Cookbook

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 19, 2007 - Cooking - 575 pages
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From foolproof, dependable recipes to reliable how-to advice, the Betty Crocker Cookbook has everything you need for the way you cook today. This special Heart Health Edition of is packed with information to help you be good to your heart, including advice on a adopting a heart-healthy lifestyle, new heart-healthy recipes, and guidance on making heart-healthy mealtime choices. If you're concerned about heart health but still want to enjoy your favorite recipes, this special edition of "Big Red" is the book for you.
 

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This awesome book includes calories and fat grams with each and every recipe. Includes instructions for every type of meal. I absolutely love this cookbook to use with my family. Read full review

Betty Crockers Heart Health Edition Cookbook

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I have tried several recipes in this cookbook and have found them to be easy to follow and delicious to eat! Due to its userfriendly nature I will be buying a copy for my teenage nieces upcoming birthday. I hope she enjoys the recipes as much has I have! Read full review

Contents

Contents Introduction
4
Getting Started
5
Appetizers Beverages
45
Breads
65
Cakes Pies
99
5
100
Casseroles
139
SlowCooker
152
Meats
285
Poultry
315
Rice Grains Beans Pasta
337
Salads Salad Dressings
377
Sauces Seasonings Accompaniments
403
Soups Sandwiches Pizza
429
Vegetables Fruits
453
Vegetarian
495

Cookies Candies
167
Desserts
195
Eggs Cheese
219
Fish Shellfish
241
Grilling
261
Minutes or Less
517
Helpful Nutrition and Cooking Information
539
Metric Conversion Chart
540
Index
541
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With more than 62 million cookbooks sold since 1950, Betty Crocker is the name readers trust for reliable, tasty, easy-to-prepare recipes and great ideas. For over 75 years, Betty Crocker has provided advice to millions of Americans through cookbooks, magazines, radio, and television.

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