It’s that time of the year when family schedules fill up with school, sports and the impending holidays season. Healthy meals can take a back seat to convenience foods when you’re on the run. The American Heart Association created their new Instant & Healthy Cookbook with busy people in mind, offering healthy recipes for the pressure cooker and Instant Pot cooks in the world. Instant and Healthy gets you cooking healthy in an instant.
The new paperback has 100 recipes to make heart-healthy, fuss-free, delicious meals in your Instant Pot.
The Instant Pot—a pressure cooker that does the work of seven other appliances—has inspired home cooks with its versatility, speed, and consistently delicious results. The American Heart Association offers this comprehensive guide to help you use your Instant Pot to support a heart-smart diet. Lean meats, whole grains, legumes, vegetables, and fruits transform into delicious meals in just minutes, and they won’t ruin your healthy diet goals. Recipes include appetizer and snacks, soups, meat and vegetable entrées, side dishes, desserts, breakfast selections, and more.
This cookbook includes 30-40 full-color photographs as well as easy-to-follow guides to using your Instant Pot for healthy, flavorful meals. A healthy diet is recommended by the American Heart Association to prevent heart disease and stroke, the number one and five killers in the United States. Diets rich in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean meats and fish, and low in sugary, high-fat, fried foods are best for optimal health and to prevent cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and health issues related to obesity.
The best way to ensure good food comes out of your cooker is to put only good-for-you ingredients into it, and with American Heart Association Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook, you’ll learn how much your pot can do for you while you’re enjoying a healthy lifestyle. The Instant & Healthy Cookbook is available for $12 on Amazon.
The Association’s Healthy For Good campaign offers tips on healthy living under four pillars of health: Eat Smart, Add Color, Move More and Be Well. Aim to eat healthier, exercise 30 minutes daily and enjoy a good night’s sleep and stress-free activities. For more information, visit www.heart.org/healthyliving.
—Submitted by the American Heart Association