Some Good Sweet Treats

By Jessica Mitton

Some Good Sweet Treats
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***READER VIEWS COOKING AWARD - GOLD***

In Some Good: Sweet Treats, Jessica Mitton follows the success of her first cookbook, Some Good, with the course that everyone’s been waiting for—dessert! With decadent chocolate delights, oat-based goodies, muffins, cakes, squares, ... Read more


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***READER VIEWS COOKING AWARD - GOLD***

In Some Good: Sweet Treats, Jessica Mitton follows the success of her first cookbook, Some Good, with the course that everyone’s been waiting for—dessert! With decadent chocolate delights, oat-based goodies, muffins, cakes, squares, and cookies, these recipes will satisfy your sweet tooth without the guilt. Because these sweet confections, baked wonders, and delicious desserts are made in ways that are healthier and more nutritious. Now you can make truly tasty treats that are gluten and dairy free, incorporating healthier ingredients that will make everyone feel Some Good!

Jessica Mitton

Jessica Mitton is a Culinary Nutrition Expert and an award-winning Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant. She has been featured across many publications and media channels, including the Academy of Culinary Nutrition's From Scratch cookbooks, CBC Radio, and the national magazine, Optimyz. Jessica is the author of the hit cookbook, Some Good, which was shortlisted for a Taste Canada award.

Reviews

“The photos were excellent and appealing, the ingredients are pretty consistent throughout the book so you won’t buy something that goes to waste… this light weight but heavy impact cookbook is written by a Culinary Nutrition Expert, Award-winning Holistic Nutritional Consultant who definitely knows what she is doing – satisfying the sweet tooth and the healthy diet!”

Sarah Butland blog

“Jessica’s colourful, inventive, and doable recipes will encourage you to get in the kitchen and reconnect with your food. She proves that making health-boosting choices and taste are not mutually exclusive!”

Heather Crosby, founder of YumUniversity, Gluten-Free Baking Academy, and author of YumUniverse and YumUniverse Pantry to Plate

"Lucky for both the hearty and the hampered, Jessica Mitton offers up Some Good Sweet Treats [Breakwater Books], fifty gluten-free recipes designed to help us stay healthy yet feed the… Sweet Tooth beast… gluten-free recipes whose accompanying photos make them not only look scrumptious but also suggest they will taste double-yummy. "

Harold N. Walters

“In the pages of Some Good Sweet Treats she has compiled a thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' compendium of decadent chocolate delights, oat-based goodies, muffins, cakes, squares, and cookies, these recipes will satisfy any sweet tooth without the guilt. Because these sweet confections, baked wonders, and delicious desserts are made in ways that are healthier and more nutritious. Now even the most novice of kitchen cooks can make truly tasty treats that are gluten and dairy free, incorporating healthier ingredients that will make everyone feel good! Profusely illustrated, a pleasure and inspiration to simply browse through, and certain to be an immediate and enduringly popular addition to personal, professional, and community library cookbook collections, Some Good Sweet Treats is unreservedly recommended. ”

"Mitton uses her extensive knowledge as a Nutrition Consultant to keep the recipes delicious, healthy, and free of artificial ingredients, and they are all dairy and gluten free. Many are also vegan or vegetarian. The recipes are sectioned into their specific categories such as: Breads; Bars and Squares, Chocolate, Muffins and Cakes; and Cookies. There are even more than these! Each delicious recipe includes a photograph so that we can see what we are creating. "

Page Lovitt

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