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The Healthy Oven Baking Book: Delicious reduced-fat deserts with old-fashioned flavor ebook

by Sarah Phillips


Healthy Oven Baking Book offers two new techniques for low-fat baking.

Healthy Oven Baking Book offers two new techniques for low-fat baking. Both rely on getting air into delicate batters, and help you avoid overmixing, which makes cakes tough. The techniques, the "New Classic Method" and the "New Creaming Method," call for beating batters for at least 1 1/2 minutes with a handheld electric mixer, and for handling batters very gently.

Fans of Sarah Phillips's Healthy Oven brand of all-natural, low-fat cake and muffin mixes, sold in supermarkets throughout the country, have been clamoring for recipes to bake from scratch at home-and that's exactly what she provides in The Healthy Oven Baking Book, along with.

Fans of Sarah Phillips's Healthy Oven brand of all-natural, low-fat cake and muffin mixes, sold in supermarkets throughout the country, have been clamoring for recipes to bake from scratch at home-and that's exactly what she provides in The Healthy Oven Baking Book, along with specific instructions for new ways of measuring, mixing, and baking that will. ensure perfect results every time.

Xiv, 270 pages ; 22 cm. Includes index

Xiv, 270 pages ; 22 cm. Includes index.

Sarah Phillips was a single mother who pulled herself up by her apron .

The Healthy Oven Baking Book : Delicious Reduced-Fat Deserts with Old-Fashioned Flavor.

Sarah Phillips is a well-recognized baking expert, cookbook author, CEO .

Sarah Phillips is a well-recognized baking expert, cookbook author, CEO and founder of CraftyBaking. com (formerly baking911. CONTACT: New York City, New York. SUMMARY Sarah Phillips has been a innovative force in the food business for 30 years. She is the author of The Healthy Oven Baking Book (Doubleday, 1999 and Baking 9-1-1 (Simon and Schuster, 2003).

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A wonderful collection of fully tested Healthy Baking Recipes including 38. .

A wonderful collection of fully tested Healthy Baking Recipes including 38 detailed demonstration videos of the recipes. It gives a variety of recipes, some of the recipes are virtually fat free or low in saturated fat, others are fruit based, some contain whole grains, and there are also some recipes that are just lower in fat than what you would normally find.

The Healthy Oven Baking Book: Delicious reduced-fat deserts with old-fashioned flavor

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In his new book, the Obesity Code Cookbook, Dr Jason Fung, who lives in Toronto, discusses the idea that obesity is often caused by our hormones, particularly insulin, and offers practical, easy-to-follow advice on how to lose weight for good

In his new book, the Obesity Code Cookbook, Dr Jason Fung, who lives in Toronto, discusses the idea that obesity is often caused by our hormones, particularly insulin, and offers practical, easy-to-follow advice on how to lose weight for good. In five steps, he explains how cutting back on sugar, protein and refined grains, while the upping intake of natural fats, fiber and vinegar can lead to a healthier lifestyle.

Here is an abundance of recipes for everyone's favorite baked goods, made with completely natural ingredients and a minimum of fat.Fast, easy, healthful, and delicious--that's the winning combination Sarah Phillips delivers in The Healthy Oven Baking Book, featuring more than 125 recipes for reduced-fat muffins, coffee cakes, pancakes, scones, pies, layer cakes, cheesecakes, cookies, and many other old-fashioned favorites.Fans of Sarah Phillips's Healthy Oven brand of all-natural, low-fat cake and muffin mixes, sold in supermarkets throughout the country, have been clamoring for recipes to bake from scratch at home--and that's exactly what she provides in The Healthy Oven Baking Book, along with specific instructions for new ways of measuring, mixing, and baking that will ensure perfect results every time.It's not hard to take the fat out of baking, but doing it without using artificial substitutes, and creating reduced-fat baked goods that taste like Mother used to make, requires a lot of experimenting and testing. Sarah Phillips has done all the work--using applesauce and other low-fat baking secrets--so that home cooks everywhere can produce healthful baked desserts that will satisfy everyone from picky children to discerning adult gourmands.
Goltikree
I hate to be the party-pooper, but these recipes just weren't that good. Since I am always modifying baked-good recipes to make them slightly more "healthy" (kind of a misnomer since we're talking about things usually made with highly processed white flour, lots of sugar, butter etc...and I wouldn't necessarily call the recipes in this book "healthy" either) I thought I would give this book a go. First off, the author eliminates all but 2 tbsp of fat in the majority of the recipes. I know what you're thinking, Yippee! Now you think you can polish off that whole loaf of lemon poundcake with no remorse. But the thing is, you won't want to after tasting a bite. You'll probably end up throwing most of the cake out! (now there's a diet). I tried three of the "substitute the majority of the fat with applesauce" recipes (a lemon cake, a zucchini bread, and something with carrots in it) and all of them had this weird "rubbery" taste/texture. Ever had a cake that proceeds to battle with your teeth? Completely unnatural! There is such a thing as not having enough fat--I am reminded of an old college roommate who made "chocolate chip cookies" and replaced all the butter in them with some sort of prune goo. She tried to convince me that they were delicious, but I picked one up and proceeded to bend it in half...its ends touched and the cookie did not even break! This revolted me so much that I threw it toward the garbage can, but missed, and it actually *bounced* off the floor! So if you want to achieve a similar effect, by all means, go ahead and applesauce all of that fat on out of here. For me though, I'd rather have something delicious and temper it with moderate portions.
Kiaile
Yesterday I bought Sarah Phillip's book Healthy Oven Cookbook so I could surprise my husband with a cake on his birthday. I had thrown most of my cookbooks out when we recently moved and was longing for something new. The kids are grown and the cupboard was bare. This morning I read half the book and ran down to the A&P to get the ingredients for the cheese cake. That was my husband's favorite cake before he met me forty years ago. I can't stand cheesecake; it is too thick and it doesn't seem to breathe.But the recipe promised to give lightness. Everything went as planned, no hard tricks for a first time cheesecake maker. Presenting the cake will long be remembered. His eyes opened wide. I loved it! Now I know why my mother baked. It brought a smile I was waiting for. But best of all, more surprises await this cookbook. Although Ms. Phillips' inventions tend to save calories and lower fat, they do not make butter a bad word. Some of my fondest memories were linked to butter, Grandmother Dowling showed me how to put it in her bread pudding, mom showed me how to make hollandaise sauce, and I showered my children with the butter legacy. Ms. Phillips has introduced a new reader not only to her family, but to her healthy beliefs.
Walan
I love this book. It's full of great recipes and ideas, and unlike other low-fat books, it doesn't call for ingredients with long lists of chemicals. Instead butter and fats are used sparingly for flavor and texture, but kept to a minimum. I agree with the author above when she says the chocolate cake is a winner. A big plus is the book's low price. Highly recommended!
Iseared
Sarah Phillips "The Healthy Oven Baking Book" is exactly what I have been waiting for. It is easy to understand and also a wonderful read! All of the basics are here and a lot of surprises also. Plus, I have been waiting a long time for healthy Choc. Chips Cookies and also Choc. Cake. Well, Sarah has given those things back to all of us. Thanks Sarah!!
Nanecele
I made the overnite sugar cookies from Sara's book. They were wonderful. Would never guess they had only 2 grams of fat. I am very anxious to try her other recipes! It is great to make something that has only a few fat grams and the taste remains the same. Thank you Sarah!
Questanthr
I am a new baker when it comes to healthy baking. I've only used gradma's recipies which are delicious but not very healthy. Sarah Philips has brought us both... healthy and delicious and also made it simple follow her directions. Thank you Sarah!
Dammy
I love this Cookbook. I am retired and Lowfat Cooking and Baking is important to my wife and I. The recipes I have used were wonderful. I especially like all the crossover information Sarah has done.Its all right there, very easy to use. Plus her Web Site is a Godsend. Use it all the time. Highly Recommend it and the Cookbook.
I have hundreds of cookbooks, but this one is going to be my favorite. I love dessert and have a hard time finding recipes that are healthy and that my family will enjoy. The recipes are easy and call for regular ingredients. There is nothing better than butter in a dessert and Sarah has found a way to use butter and still keep the recipe healthy.
Great Job, Sarah!
The Healthy Oven Baking Book: Delicious reduced-fat deserts with old-fashioned flavor ebook
Author:
Sarah Phillips
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Special Diet
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Clarkson Potter; 1 edition (January 19, 1999)
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