I am excited to talk about my honest review of Easy Healthy Portions new cookbook The Ultimate toolkit for success on the fix. My favorite blogger (along with 3 others) came out with a cookbook, and my plan is to cook their recipes in hopes that you too will fall in love with their stories and food. I love the friendships they have created based off of blogging, working out, and making amazing food. What’s even more amazing is that they’ve opened up to their fans an opportunity to help sell their cookbook.
After having my third child, I decided I was ready for a change. I had back-to-back pregnancies and they had taken a huge toll on my abs: I needed to strengthen them in order to protect my back. I decided it was finally time for me to find a workout program, so I started the 21 day fix. One night while searching Pinterest for recipes, I found NancyLynn’s blog Confessions of a fit foodie. I quickly became a fan of her blog posts. I’ve been following her posts for three years now, and can honestly say that I’ve loved every recipe. I’ve even tried some of her fish recipes, and I’m not a huge fish eater.
Recently, she has partnered with 3 other 21 day fix bloggers and created a cookbook of their most loved recipes called The Ultimate toolkit for success on the fix. Not only does this toolkit have recipes, but it easily explains how to implement the 21 day fix lifestyle into your life. I remember when I first got my 21 day fix kit in the mail, and the sheer panic I had about the diet. Finding 30 min to work out was the easiest part, but making sure my diet was on track ALL DAY LONG was not going to be easy. This book has 21 breakfast foods, 21 lunch foods, 21 dinners, and 21 snacks. You can simply choose 1 of each category and be able to do well on the fix.
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My hopes is to share with you my honest review of Easy Healthy Portions new cookbook plus images of the meals that I cook. If you like what you see you can purchase the cookbook here
Here I am, proudly showcasing my favorite bloggers cookbook. Each one of the authors are highly recommended bloggers for the 21 day fix. At one time I only followed NancyLynn because I’ve been cooking from her blog for years, but recently I’ve been reading Carrie, Stephanie, and Becca’s blogs and am excited to start trying their recipes too. The best part about this cookbook is that it has the favorites of each author on paper and you get a digital copy too, so you’ll always be able to keep track of your food and measurements. If paper isn’t your thing, you could always just get a digital copy here, but in my experience it’s better to have a paper copy: a digital copy could just sit in your email box and get lost forever.
Honey Roasted Feta Dip
I started with one of NancyLynn’s recipes because it’s one I’ve always wanted to make but never got around to printing. My friend had a birthday party a few weeks ago and we were asked to make a fancy dessert. Cheese always seems fancy to me, and I just got a new oven that was begging me to broil something in it. 😉 This is her Honey Roasted Feta Dip. OMG, amazing!
Probably not the best picture, but look at that bubbly goodness! I was so happy to be able to broil food again.
My first honest review of Easy Healthy Portions Honey roasted feta dip, is that it tastes even better than I imagined. Don’t skip on the thyme, it adds a little woodsiness to the dish which I think is needed to break up the sweet honey flavor. I love how quick this dish is to put together too. I would definitely make it again at my next get together.