• Healthy Cookbook for Two: 175 Simple, Delicious Recipes to Enjoy Cooking for Two
  • Healthy Cookbook for Two 175 Simple Delicious Recipes to Enjoy Cooking for Two
  • Healthy Cookbook for Two 175 Simple Delicious Recipes to Enjoy Cooking for Two
  • Healthy Cookbook for Two 175 Simple, Delicious Recipes to Enjoy Cooking for Two
  • Healthy Cookbook for Two 175 Simple Delicious Recipes to Enjoy Cooking for Two
  • Healthy Cookbook for Two 175 Simple, Delicious Recipes to Enjoy Cooking for Two
  • Healthy Cookbook for Two 175 Simple Delicious Recipes to Enjoy Cooking for Two
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From the Editors of The New York Times Bestseller, Clean Eating for Beginners

Get the most out of your groceries and discover how easy cooking for two can be with healthy, wholesome recipes that you can quickly pull together after work.

Cooking for two isn't always easy. That's why Healthy Cookbook for Two features fast, flavorful recipes using fresh, affordable ingredients that are tailored for your two-person table. From quick yet satisfying weeknight dinners to hearty Sunday brunches to guilt-free desserts, Healthy Cookbook for Two is the go-to cookbook for couples looking to prepare nutritious dishes together.

Collaborate in the kitchen, with:
175 duo-friendly recipes designed to ditch the delivery and limit leftovers 10 need-to-know tips for shopping and cooking for two Simple side pairing suggestions to complement your meals Nutritional information accompanying every recipe Make-ahead meal plans that make cooking for two stress-free Healthy Cookbook for Two proves that preparing nutritious, couple-sized meals has never been easier–or tastier.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 220 pages
  • Publisher: Rockridge Press (November 25, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1623154162
  • ISBN-13: 978-1623154165
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.5 x 9.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces

Customer Reviews

Healthy Cooking for Two? No problem!

 on January 21, 2015
By ppeeps05
The Healthy Cookbook for Two is a great book for small households that really only need recipes for two. Cooking for two can be a challenge when fast food is readily available but with this cookbook you can find 175 healthy recipes that are delicious and easy to prepare and some tips in there to leading a healthy lifestyle.

A must for Empty nesters!!!

 on May 12, 2017
By Amazon Customer
Love it my husband and I are empty nesters and this is perfect!!! I was cooking way too much and not as healthy…we have lowered our cholesterol and are losing some unwanted pounds

Cooking for two can still be delicious.

 on January 14, 2015
By Margaret selbitschka
I think that this is a great cookbook for people looking to cut down on food waste, when they are only making food for two. Not only do the recipes call for smaller amounts, but they also give you ways to re-use leftovers so that they don’t go to waste. Along with many great recipes, this book also includes tips on grocery shopping for two people, healthy cooking techniques, and it also mentions the importance of planning ahead and planning meals that require similar ingredients throughout the week.

Loved everything about this book!

 on January 27, 2015
By Sarah
I really enjoyed this book. It tells you what to look for when buying and to make meals ahead of time and plan ahead of time. Making a list does make a difference because it helps cut down spending because you are buying the food you need instead of just tossing it in the basket. It gives recipes in chapters, so they aren’t all listed and confusing to find. One chapter is for salads, one for soups, etc. I liked how in the recipes it gives the nutritional value of each serving. The recipes are easy to cook and don’t take much time. I like how the recipes are just for two instead of more than that. I highly recommend this book for those who don’t know what recipes to start with or who want to have meals ready in short amount of time.

so there’s a lot of wasted food in the house

 on January 18, 2015
By Jennifer Adamson
This book changed my life! I struggle so much with making meals for two. I grew up in a big household and making lots of food, so now when I cook I still make too much. I usually tend to have leftovers for about a week and still some left, so there’s a lot of wasted food in the house. This book though is definitely helping out with that. I love how not only are these smaller portions, but they’re healthy and tasty! I also love how most of these items are already in my fridge or pantry so I don’t have to go out of the way to make them. I’ve made a couple of the recipes already and was definitely pleased. I can’t wait to make more! Definitely a great investment!!

At last, and end to redonkulous leftovers.

 on January 26, 2015
By Wednesday Lee Friday
I wasn’t sure I’d learn anything from this book, because I’m already a good planner and shopper. Honestly though, I don’t think I’ve ever “braised” anything before. This book had some good pointers on shopping and storage that I hadn’t considered—like how much produce I throw away because I bought a big bag of it. I love the recipes, and that many can be prepared easily without an absurd amount of leftovers. I don’t really need salad recipes, but the other recipes are divided into weekday (faster, easier meals that require less prep) and weekend, which require more time and effort. I love the soup recipes in particular—I’ve never even seen a minestrone recipe for less than 8 people until I found this book.

I hate to cook

 on January 12, 2015
By CynShine
My house has a room called a kitchen that I just don’t know what to do with it. This book was fun to read and the recipes looks like I could even do them. I look forward to getting that meal plan done and begin experimenting with those big boxes, one hot the other cold, that inhabit that strange room.

Nice little cookbook!!!

 on January 23, 2015
By DHein
This is a useful guide for busy couples who do not have time to make dinner at home and lunches for work. It gives detailed and informative suggestions on how to plan dinners with overlapping ingredients and how to save time preparing various dishes over the course of the week. It talks about the value of cooking at home and being able to spend quality time with your loved one, being able to save money and staying healthy since you could pretty much monitor your food intake. The book caters to couples or friends as the title suggests, but might also be quite helpful to a couple with a small child, especially if they want to start their tot on healthy sophisticated dishes. Shares some awesome healthy recipes, too!

Love the way that this book separates…

 on January 19, 2015
By Katelyn
Love the way that this book separates weekday meals and meal planning from weekend meals and meal planning! This cookbook has so many ideas for delicious and healthy cooking, and has recipes that could please even the pickiest of eaters. I’m most excited about the Fish and Chips recipe, as that is one of my all time favorites but is not known for it’s health benefits. Looking forward to trying it out with a healthy spin on it. Along-side some excellent recipes this book also shows some great techniques for meal-planning, shopping, and leftover considerations. The recipes are easy enough for me to follow, and I am a beginner with cooking.

Easy to read layout – tasty recipes

 on January 27, 2015
By Crystal
The first mention I’d like to make is that every recipe is labeled with food sensitivity notifications which is awesome! Having family members with various food allergies and sensitivities makes skimming this book for a recipe super easy to find something that accommodates those family members with special ingredient limitations. There are several recipes that I am excited to try out, others do seem too adventurous for my palette, but I definitely know people that would enjoy them so I could always cook for them or share the recipe. All in all, I like the scaled down portions for creating 2-person recipes since growing up in a big family – I tend to cook for an army with only 2 people in my house.