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Pete Evans Family Food

Scrolling through Facebook last night, I came across a post on Pete Evans Paleo Food cook book by Chef Pete Evans, who is a strong advocate of the Paleo lifestyle, not to mention a brilliantly successful and passionate chef whose focus in recent years has turned to creating recipes which are pro-health, not to mention creative, achievable to replicate at home (always very important!) and overall super healthy and absolutely amazing!

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In his post, Pete wrote:

“Hey guys, I am super excited to share with you all our next book “Family Food” – 130 paleo inspired recipes that are budget and time friendly for the whole family. My team and I have taken on board what you have requested on this page, and made this book super easy, accessible and even more delicious with a section on kids lunches too”. 

Wow! Because, after buying and cooking from Pete’s Healthy Every Day book, I can’t begin to explain my excitement for the release of his second Paleo inspired book, which will be available for shipping from early November.

From Healthy Every Day I’ve made recipes such as:

  • Chia Seed Pudding
  • Cinnamon Braised Short Ribs
  • Lamb Harira Soup
  • Cacao & Carob Bites
  • Quinoa and Berry Porridge
  • Middle Eastern Sausages with Coriander Sauce
  • Seed Crackers
  • Coconut and Spirulina Balls
  • Chocolate Smoothie
  • Kiddy YumYum Smoothie
  • My Favourite Tea
  • Cauliflower Rice

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The best part about all of these recipes is that our toddler (who is super fussy) will try it all. There’s nothing unhealthy or unsafe for children, or adults in any of Pete’s recipes.  Our little Mr R loves the Seed Crackers which are made with linseeds and the lamb harira is a big hit, not to mention the smoothies too.

So I’ve already been to FishPond, which offers FREE SHIPPING anywhere in Australia and have prepaid and ordered my copy of Pete’s Family Food book. You can do the same by clicking here.

Not yet convinced? No worries – let me trial some of the recipes and write a review – after that, I’m sure you’ll be just has hooked as me!

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About the Book (Source: Fishpond)

With two children of his own, Pete Evans knows how hard it can be to get a healthy and delicious meal on the table night after night. That’s why he’s put together his absolute favourite recipes for busy parents and their kids in Family Food. These meals follow Pete’s paleo style of eating – no grains, refined sugar or dairy, and a focus on sustainable meat and seafood, nuts and seeds, and loads of fresh veggies. There are heaps of quick, healthy and satisfying dinner ideas: Chicken Drumsticks with Rosemary and Lemon, Ginger and Chilli Fish Stir-fry, Cauliflower Fried Rice with Garlic Prawns, and Easy Pulled Pork Tortillas. While all of the recipes in Family Food can be enjoyed by young and old, there are also specific chapters on baby and toddler food as well as kids’ lunches and snacks that you can be sure won’t be left in the bottom of the lunchbox: Chicken Pad Thai, Ham and Pineapple Pizza with Pete’s special paleo pizza dough, Kale Caesar Salad and Homemade Fruit Roll-ups. Guilt-free paleo treats include Strawberry Bliss Balls, Red Velvet Cupcakes and Blueberry and Chia Ice Cream. Family Food is filled with Pete Evans’ go-to recipes when he’s looking for something quick, tasty and nutritious to cook for his own loved ones, and these meals are sure to become favourites in your home too.

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About Pete  (Source: Fishpond)

Pete Evans is an award-winning Australian chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, TV presenter, adventure seeker and father. He’s one of Australia’s leading authorities on healthy cooking and lifestyle and is dedicated to improving people’s lives through education about nutritional food and wellness. Pete is co-host of Channel 7’s hugely successful show My Kitchen Rules.

Even more about Pete?

Check out his official website here or go type into your URL.



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