Baked Beans from the Cook Nourish Glow recipe book

Cook. Nourish. Glow. pg 297

Baked Beans from the Cook Nourish Glow recipe book

When I found out that I’d be getting my hands on Amelia Freer’s latest book, Cook. Nourish. Glow., I was ecstatic. I remember her oh-so popular Eat. Nourish. Glow. being published only about a year ago and how wonderful it was. I just knew this one would be worth looking at.

Freer emphasizes that weight loss can go hand-in-hand with fresh and flavorful meals. Why does losing weight ever have to be torture? Amelia teaches us that by using the right ingredients, we can dig into a delectable dish and feel great knowing that we ate something wholesome and healthy.

I went for page 297: Homebaked Beans. It uses fresh tomatoes, celery, carrots, and navy beans (just to name a few ingredients) and it was not at all complicated to make. I love how it doesn’t consist of any meat: my best friend is a vegetarian, so it’s always nice to come across a great recipe that I can make for her next visit.

Disclaimer: I received my copy of “Cook. Nourish. Glow.” to review. All opinions are my own.

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10 thoughts on “Cook. Nourish. Glow. pg 297”

    • This recipe is so easy, so if you’re really craving it, I suggest you check out the Cook. Nourish. Glow. book (where I pulled the recipe from). I have always had failed attempts at baked beans and this was my first successful one!

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  1. Your blog makes me want to move out just so I can try making all this delicious food you’re always sharing on here! This soup actually looks really hearty & delicious. I might have a go at it since the weather is really cooling down here.

    TFM BLOG

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    • Shannon,

      A warm bowl of soup is what anyone needs on a chillier day! I was actually quite the anti-cook when I was still living at home, but as soon as I was on my own, I learned my way around the kitchen. 🙂

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