The eCookbook is done! Done, done, done, and ready for YOU.
Because me? I think cauliflower has had enough of me. It never wants to see me again. For at least, like, two days.
For the last 21 days, I have surrounded myself with Creamy Cauliflower Sauce in order to create 30 recipes for healthy, delicious, and simple comfort food.
21 days is a really fast amount of time to write an eCookbook, and I knew it would be that way when I launched into this “little project.” I’ve been recording my progress each day in little videos and talking about what I’m learning along the way and those videos will eventually be available as a course on Food Blogger Pro for anyone who’s interested in learning more about self-publishing an eCookbook. But for now, I’m happy to say that I’m coming out of the challenge 21 (and a half) days later with a finished product that I am really proud of and excited to share with you.
So what is an eCookbook?
An eCookbook is a cookbook in an electronic format. The beauty of this eCookbook is that it is made for use on your computer OR your iPad OR your smart phone. It’s a mobile world out there.
The eCookbook is not meant to be printed because it’s not the same size as a normal piece of printer paper, plus think of all that ink! Yikes. If you really really want to print it, you can make it happen and that would be okay. But we’re just recommending that people download and enjoy the book’s functionality on their computer, tablet, or smart phone. That way you can zoom in and out, flip the orientation, click on the links, and have it with you at all times.
The eCookbook will download right into your Downloads folder. Then just open it up with any PDF viewer like Preview or Adobe, including iBooks on the iPad.
So what’s in the eCookbook?
The eCookbook has 30 recipes that use a creamy cauliflower sauce in place of ingredients like Alfredo sauce, canned condensed soup, or heavy cream. Each recipe also has the nutrition information for calories, fat, protein, fiber, and carbs listed right on the page. I’m excited about that because I always like having that in the cookbooks that I buy. Even though the recipes are written for an everything-tarian like myself, during my recipe testing I found that many of the recipes were easily adapted to fit gluten free or vegetarian lifestyles.
All in all, the recipes are simple, practical, family friendly, less than 500 calories per serving, and totally comfort-food-delicious.
And I think you’re going to like them.
The Creamy Cauliflower Garlic Rice recipe and the Fettuccine Alfredo have been shared here on the blog before, but the rest of these recipes are all brand new and ready to show you some love. So buckle up!
Here are a few of my favorites:
My hope is that the recipes in this eCookbook can give you meals that you love, with the people you love, that you all feel good about eating.