Sweet Nourish

Sweet Nourish

Foreword by: Michelle Bridges
Finally there is a book that gives us the best of both worlds. Made with less sugar and more whole foods, Louise Keats’ recipes are both nourishing and delicious. They contain healthier fats and the least refined sugars, as well as eggs, vegetables, fruit, nuts and seeds. They have plenty of goodness, but they are still a treat that you will love to share with your friends and family.

Following the success of Cooking for your Baby and Toddler and Something for Everyone, as well as her popular ‘Naughty and Nice’ column in Taste Magazine, Louise has created over 80 recipes to nourish your body and soul. From cakes and pies to ice creams, biscuits and drinks – Louise’s recipes allow you to have a healthy, nourishing diet, without missing out on dessert!

'By using less sugar and cooking with natural whole foods, this clever book lets us have our cake and eat it . . . To have a book that includes lots of goodness but doesn’t compromise on taste, well, I suspect Sweet Nourish might have just found itself a permanent place on my kitchen bench.' Michelle Bridges
  • Simon & Schuster Australia | 
  • 224 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781925596977 | 
  • September 2017
List Price
AU$ 39.99
NZ$ 45.00

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About the Author

Louise Keats
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Louise Keats

Louise is a food and nutrition writer and cookbook author, and is passionate about eating for optimal health and wellbeing. She has two monthly nutrition columns in Australia’s leading food magazine, Taste Magazine, and has published five cookbooks, including Something for Everyone and Cooking for Your Baby and Toddler. Louise also makes regular television and public speaking appearances. Louise is a graduate of the prestigious cooking school, Le Cordon Bleu, and has postgraduate nutrition qualifications from Deakin University. Coming from one of Australia’s foremost food families—her grandmother is Australia’s best-loved cookery expert, Margaret Fulton—Louise’s family life has always revolved around cooking and eating well. Louise is now continuing in the family tradition and bringing her food heritage to a new generation…with a healthy twist!

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