The "I Don't Want to Cook" Book

The "I Don't Want to Cook" Book

100 Tasty, Healthy, Low-Prep Recipes for When You Just Don't Want to Cook

Alyssa Brantley

$10.99

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Get away with the bare minimum while still getting food on the table with these 100 quick and easy recipes that require minimal prep, little-to-no planning, and zero extra trips to the grocery store.

Don’t feel like cooking? Or maybe you don’t know what you want to eat. Deciding a meal can be a tough decision at the best of times…but on those days you simply don’t feel like cooking, making a nutritious and tasty meal can be a daunting task. Whether you’re feeling tired after a long day or are sick of meal planning and endless trips to the grocery store or just can’t bring yourself to turn on the oven The “I Don’t Want to Cook” Book is here to help!

Featuring 100 delicious recipes, this cookbook is your guide to the quickest and easiest meals that don’t sacrifice flavor. Each recipe requires no more than fifteen minutes of meal prep to keep your time in the kitchen at an all-time low. You’ll learn tips and tricks to make speedy meals, like making sure you’re using your kitchen tools to the fullest and finding ways to incorporate ingredients you already have at home, as well as minimizing any clean-up after the meal. Recipes include:
-Fried Egg and Greens Breakfast Sandwich
-Dill Pickle Tuna Melts on Rye Bread
-Shrimp and Andouille Sausage Boil with Corn and Red Potatoes
-Maple Vanilla Microwave Mug Cake

For those times when you just don’t feel like cooking, The “I Don’t Want to Cook” Book is your guide to quick, easy, and flavorful meals.


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Alyssa Brantley:
Alyssa Brantley’s cooking philosophy is whole food, half the time. Just because you’re busy, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t eat great! The creator of the popular food blog EverydayMaven.com, Alyssa focuses on seasonal, whole food recipes that are packed with flavor but made in minutes with easy shortcuts. Her work has been featured in Real Simple, Today, Self Magazine, HuffPost, Gourmet Magazine, Prevention, and many more. Alyssa lives with her family in Seattle.

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