The Well-Rounded Pregnancy Cookbook: Give Your Baby a Healthy Start with 100 Recipes That Adapt to Fit How You Feel

September 14, 2010 · Posted in Bestselling Cooking Books 

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Every woman wants to eat her best. But eating well can be challenging during the best of times. During pregnancy it is aggravated with curveballs such as nausea, cravings, or life. Before you ruin your healthful intentions, check out The Well-Rounded Pregnancy Cookbook, which offers a compromise by providing 100 recipes that meet every mother’s needs by adapting them to her moods.

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The Well-Rounded Pregnancy Cookbook: Give Your Baby a Healthy Start with 100 Recipes That Adapt to Fit How You Feel

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5 Responses to “The Well-Rounded Pregnancy Cookbook: Give Your Baby a Healthy Start with 100 Recipes That Adapt to Fit How You Feel”

  1. Jeff L on September 15th, 2010 2:32 am

    Highly recommended. My wife got this book few weeks ago and we both love it. She for the tips and the other mothers stories and myself for being able to cook meals that suites her fluctuating moods. Its sure does make life easy to know that you there is a solution for every mood. Also like the guidelines on how to stock up so that we never run out of food, this is key. Great book :o)

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Reader on September 15th, 2010 4:16 am

    Although cooking has never been my strength being pregnant I question twice what I eat I looked for something that will give me easy recipes I can try making myself. I never imagined that there would be a cook book that will offer me easy recipes that I can adjust to how I feel that day, truly genius! I wish this book was available when I was pregnant with my first daughter. The recipes are easy and they are really delicious. I cant wait to try them all,and of-course all of my pregnant friends are getting a copy

    LOVE IT!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. PJ on September 15th, 2010 6:39 am

    I really love this book for various reasons. What initially turned me on to it was the recepies and the variations GENIUS…. What’s more the recipes are currant and hip and are what I am used to eat when I go out and not recycled. LOVE the tips and the real mothers stories. The Intimacy the author created by sharing herself and the other mothers stories gave such a personal atmosphere I felt very cozy as if this book was written just for my needs.

    I am a second time mother and finally there is a book that is written by a Mother to a Mother who knows what it is to be pregnant and not by some professional PHD or some nutritionist, I like that.

    On my first child I ate everything I wanted and it took me a some time to get back to my pre weight. Although I am not a big cook, I am this time around going to cook more and watch my weight with moderation and truly feel this book is a good companion.. My daughter LOVED the Jam dot cooies. They were easy to make healthy and she gobbels them up, its a great snack for all of us. My husband was really impressed with me (actually so was I) when I did the herb roasted chiken. Once again It was easy to make, and was delicious. I also did the variation of a few as well, it was great, made me feel that I can actually do this and also that I can cook….

    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. lanidb on September 15th, 2010 8:01 am

    I love this cookbook! My husband and I are big time foodies, but too busy to cook for ourselves. Once we found out we were expecting, I was motivated to eat healthier and cook more at home. Based on the reviews on here, I had to go out and buy the book (I couldn’t wait for shipping). I have only had the book 2 weeks and already have bought one for my sister in law, who is also expecting. My husband is a steak and potatoes kind of guy, but LOVES the vegetables and other non meat entrees in this book. The hummus recipe is his favorite, and I never knew how easy it is to make. The broiled salmon with carmelized onions and fennels ROCK! The recipes are easy to follow and pretty simple. I love the modifications listed for every recipe based on how you feel. I have been fortunate to not have morning sickness so far, so it is nice to know how to change a recipe if I need to later on. This book will be a staple in our family for years to come.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Seth Gary on September 15th, 2010 8:52 am

    I was looking for a solid, diverse cookbook to help me prepare tasty meals for my pregnant wife. I settled on The Well-Rounded Cookbook and have been very pleased. 4 1/2 stars I’d say! What I miss are the pictures. There are no pictures in the book to inspire me. One of our favorite recipes though is the Yellow Corn Meal Blueberry Muffins. A highlight to this book is that for every recipe, there are 3 alternative ways to prepare it depending on how my finicky, “well-rounded” wife is feeling that moment. The smoothies have become a staple in our house every morning. I’ve even gifted this book to a friend couple who are pregnant.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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