*Disclosure: I received this eBook for free in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own honest opinions.*
I received the eBook Vegetarian Quick and Easy- Under 15 Minutes for free to try out and review. The eBook contains 100 recipes. The recipes are divided into four different categories- Easy and Quick Recipes for Busy Mums, Quick and Easy Recipes for Romantic Meals, Quick and Easy Recipes That Even Kid Can Make, and Easy and Quick Recipes for Parties.
The first section, for busy mums, contains a couple of breakfast recipes like Vanilla French Toast and Avocado Scramble as well as some simple lunch or dinner ideas like Flat Bread Skillet Pizza and Italian Grilled Sandwiches. Other recipes include Greek Salad, Crunchy Zucchini Sauté, and Caramel Apples.
The following are screenshots from the eBook of some of the pictures from the above recipes (not my own pictures):
The second section, for romantic meals, contains recipes like Minty Fruit Salad Cups, Chili Pecorino Spaghetti, Straciatella Yogurt Mousse, Sage Gnocchi, Lemon Flavored Roasted Asparagus, and Grilled Peaches with Raspberry Sorbet.
Again, here are a few screenshots:
Moving on to the next section, kids can make, you’ll find recipes like Pita Pockets, Warm Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich, Gazpacho, and Hot Chocolate Mix.
Now for the screenshots:
In the last section, for parties, you’ll find recipes like Tortilla Wheels, Marshmallow Sauce and Fruit Skewers, Olive Oil and Fresh Ricotta Bruschetta, and for adults- Red Wine Punch.
The section only had one recipe with a picture so here it is:
While this is a vegetarian cookbook you don’t have to be a vegetarian to appreciate these recipes. Although I will say that there are quite a few tofu recipes and those I will not be trying but there is much more of everything else. A couple of the recipes that stood out to me were the Bruschetta recipes (we love Bruschetta and we usually make a simple tomato Bruschetta), the Lemon Flavored Roasted Asparagus (it is almost identical to my go to recipe for asparagus which I love), and the Guacamole Bites.
The Guacamole Bites were surprisingly really good. I didn’t expect to love them as much as I did. The boys loved them as well. They were kind of like Bruschetta with a Guacamole topping. They were also quick and easy to make.
The following pictures are my own so that means unfortunately they won’t look as nice.
Here is another recipe we tried from the kids can make section. It was the Italian Flavored Popcorn.
Again this is another simple and quick recipe. It one wasn’t as great as the Guacamole Bites. JT didn’t like it, Connor liked it, and I thought it was fine but as the recipe states it is versatile so you have room to add or take away ingredients to make it something you really love. The boys did enjoy making it though.
The only complaint I have about the book is that I wish there were more pictures. I personally just love to see pictures of recipes in cookbooks. Also, there were a few recipes that were missing some measurements, it just said tablespoons or cups, but for me this isn’t really a big deal. They were recipes where I think you would be able to figure how much you need to use on your own.
The book does have a lot of great, simple, and quick recipes though so I recommend checking it out. Here is the link to the book on Amazon.
If you do buy this Vegetarian Quick and Easy- Under 15 Minutes I’d love to know what your favorite recipe was.
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