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How To Cook Yummy Low-Fat Desserts - Fast, Easy & Yummy Low-Fat Cookbook Collection, Vol. 1 (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Desiree Stewart

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Descriptions du produit

Présentation de l'éditeur

I wanted to create a fast, simple recipe book that showed how to not only cook healthy recipes, but yummy ones too. I must've bought 50 "healthy" recipe books over the years and none of them REALLY had that many good recipes that focused on tasting yummy. That's when it hit me

This appetizer recipe book has some of favorite recipes that my husband was lucky enough to have to sample over and over again. Lucky guy!

I hope you enjoy this and remember, "Life is short. Make Yummy Foods"




Below is just a random sampling of the recipes you will discover:

Peanut Butter and Chocolate Pudding

Sultry Summer Strawberry Sandwich

Squidgy Cinnamon and Apple Cake

Creamy Carrot Cake

Scrumptious Strawberry Cheesecake

Chocolate Banana Layered Dessert

Super Sundae Brownie

and many more...

Détails sur le produit

  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 207 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 63 pages
  • Utilisation simultanée de l'appareil : Illimité
  • Editeur : YumYum101, LLC; Édition : 1.1 (2 avril 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B007R07GA8
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: n°495.643 dans la Boutique Kindle (Voir le Top 100 dans la Boutique Kindle)
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not Recommended 7 avril 2012
Par Lucy Ditty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
The description says "That's when it hit me" but never says what, exactly, struck the author. Not a good sign as far as attention to detail.

Upon opening the book, one is smacked by a large copyright notice and a large table promoting the author's other books.

There is a linked table of contents which does not integrate with the Kindle menu. (What this means is that when you hit Go To, you can't select "Table of Contents," you have to go to the beginning and page around.)

The introduction has the word "Shortly" interrupted after the S by a picture of the author.

The author's tips on low-fat cooking are fairly standard although most are not really suited to a book of desserts. I don't care for nonstick cookware for a few reasons, but that's a personal issue. One tip says "enhance a food's flavor without adding salt or fat, use onions, fresh herbs (see below)," but I don't find anything below to match.

One, however, had me raising an eyebrow. Actually, two eyebrows. I try to be honest in my reviews, so I will confess that I can't do the one-eyebrow trick, as much as I would like to.

Anyway. "Replace sugar in baked goods with Splenda, honey, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla or fruit to enhance sweetness." Okay, on the surface, it seems sort of reasonable as long as you don't actually THINK about it. HOWEVER, without some guidance on quantities, this is a glib recommendation without much value. If the recipe calls for 2 cups of sugar, for example, replacing it with an equal amount of honey without changing the liquid amounts could lead to disaster and/or an overly sweet product. I would HOPE that no one would replace 2 cups of sugar with the equal amount of cinnamon. Replacing sugar with "fruit" also has a huge potential for utter disaster.

"Instead of eating potato chips, substitute with pretzels, pita chips, or raw fruits and vegetables instead." This is *not* a cooking tip.

"Use this printable healthy food list each time you go to the store." Um....where?

Now we get to the recipes. The format is, to me, disastrous. Title on one page, next page has a picture and some of the text, text goes to next page, then title of next recipe, new page, picture and text, text, new recipe. In other words, it's just not paginated in a useful way. It's just unpleasant to read and would be heck to cook from.

I find it highly interesting that this book which proclaims "low fat" to the skies has no nutrition information. The first recipe calls for two 8-oz containers of vanilla yogurt. It does not specify low-fat yogurt. According to calorielab.com, this would be 14.8 g of fat. I'm not saying this is a large amount of fat for the recipe - what I'm saying is that if I can gather this information easily, so could the author. Authors of "low-fat" cookbooks should provide this information and possibly also some comparisons to indicate why they can call it "low-fat."

The Gingerbread Cake with Cream Cheese frosting calls for 1/4 cup butter in the cake, 1/4 cup fat-free cream cheese and 1/4 cup 1/3-less-fat cream cheese. I'd be interested to hear whether a dietitian, say, would really call this a "low-fat" dessert. The "1/3 less fat" (Neufchatel) has 6 g of fat per ounce so that's 12 g for this recipe, and 4 g of that is saturated fat. 1/4 cup butter is 2 tablespoons, which is 23 g of fat, 14.6 saturated fat.

Strawberry Jam Crumb Cake calls for 2 tablespoons butter in the topping, 1/4 cup in the cake. Don't get me wrong. I love butter, and I think it's way better for you (in moderation) than the fake stuff. I just think that perhaps the author might have been better calling these "Reduced-Fat" desserts - I don't think using fat-free milk along with butter renders the recipe low-fat, and the fact that no nutrition information is included doesn't make me any more confident.

The Banana Split Dessert has a lot of no-fat, fat-free, low-fat ingredients like pudding mix, reduced-fat margarine, and fat-free Cool Whip.

The Blood Orange Layer Cake calls for 16 ounces of yogurt (fat level not specified) and 1/4 cup whipping cream. The Sour Cream Pound Cake calls for "low-fat sour cream" and 3/4 cup butter.

Given the lack of consistency in the recipe text, I would say that the author selected recipes from various sources and replaced "milk" with "low-fat milk" or whatever as needed.

I'd also say she missed some along the way, considering that the chocolate mousse calls for Jello instant pudding (no fat level specified) and a 12-ounce container of Cool Whip, and then the topping calls for ANOTHER container of Cool Whip (no fat level specified) and a 6-ounce bag of chocolate chips.

Let's look at this. That's 24 ounces of Cool Whip, which would be 48 tablespoons. Two tablespoons have 1.5 g, so 36 grams of fat. I'm seeing anywhere from 1 to 6 grams of fat per ounce of chocolate chips. The Toll House brand shows 4 g per serving, serving size "1," which isn't really helpful. Is it low-fat? I'd say it probably depends on who you ask.

Sometimes people read "low-fat" and they think "guilt-free." There are no calorie counts, fat grams, or sugar counts on these recipes. Several of them rely on a varying number of fat-free/low-fat substances rather than real foods that happen to be lower in fat. (To be fair, there are also some recipes that do have "real" ingredients.)

Given all the problems noted above, I can't recommend this book and I'm not going to use it.
4 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 I agree with monkeelv's review! 7 avril 2012
Par Ms. H - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I can't stand padded reviews either! Given the eclectic mix of products this one person of several names "reviewed", I honestly can't tell if the authors/sellers are involved or not. I use to rely on the reviews to help me decide on a purchase. Now I see you have to verify the reviewers, too! That's sad.

Thanks to monkeelv for posting her review with a list. I tried to post my list earlier, but Amazon declined to post it.
10 internautes sur 24 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 I hate it when the author (or someone else) creates 4-5 star reviews to increase their rating!! 7 avril 2012
Par monkeelv - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
After reading Lucy's review, I was not planning to download the book, but I was curious what the 4 and 5 star reviewers liked about the book. None of their reviews were helpful. In addition to that, I checked to see what other reviews they may have given or if this was their only review. Yup, they all have other reviews beginning on April 3, and 4, and 5. It is just amazing that they all reviewed the same products, with maybe one or two slight variations. The 3 that gave 5-star reviews and the 2 that gave 4-star reviews reviewed the following items:

Coastal Scents Gunmetal Smokey Eye Brush Set,
Fake Perfect Me (a book),
JousJous Handmade Silk Touch of Ink Scarf,
How to Grow Apples in the Southern US (a book),
Mac the Fire Truck and the Big Rig Fire (some had this one),
Rain in a Forest with Birdsongs,
The Ultimate Dog Training Book: How To Overcome Common Dog Behavior Problems and Train The Perfect Canine! [Kindle Edition],
Dell Inspiron 1545 Laptop Battery (ALL 5 needed a new laptop battery????),
Nady DKW-1 GT Guitar Wireless System (DKW-1GT) (Reviewed by 2),
The Complete First Aid Kit - Includes Save-A-Tooth, Exceeds ANSI Standards, 100% Made in USA (Guess who all needed a first aid kit at the same time?)
A Guide to Incorporating Social Media into Public Safety Communications [Kindle Edition] (HUH???)

Grrrrrrr I just hate it when the reviews are a sham. Oh, and did I mention that NONE of the above items including this cookbook were Amazon verified purchases?! Someone went to a lot of work to try to fake the reviews, even having the reviewers from different US locations. Reviewers in question: Moriah Claudia (New Jersey, USA), Michelle Deborah (CT, USA),Jada Genesis (MA, USA), Cynthia Leslie (CA, USA), and Ivy Kayla (Illinois, USA).

OK, on with the rest of my day...
And NO, I am NOT a verified purchaser, either!
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