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Can you recommend a recipe book for ds(15) preferably high protein

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BrokenWing Sat 26-Oct-19 22:53:05

Ds is getting fit and becoming more interested in what he is eating. I was thinking about buying him a recipe book as a stocking filler and hopefully get him making family meals from it.

Looking for something with higher protein recipes. I like the look of some of the Scott Baptie high protein books/recipes, but they are only for down load, and I would prefer an actual book.

Any recommendations?

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Blondie1984 Sun 27-Oct-19 01:56:40

I would recommend a book that has an element of education in it too - this one is very good
www.amazon.co.uk/Food-Medic-Recipes-Fitness-Healthier/dp/1473650534/ref=pd_sbs_14_1/259-3262370-3462945?psc=1&pf_rd_p=cc188cba-1892-42b3-956f-6c67d0ab7a00&_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_wg=zLwnd&pf_rd_r=Z8Z93KJJXKN2JV9E57NF&pd_rd_i=1473650534&pd_rd_w=RGreW&tag=mumsnetforu03-21&refRID=Z8Z93KJJXKN2JV9E57NF&pd_rd_r=85769191-2e37-4719-91b8-4d01079cb63e

Ricekrispie22 Sun 27-Oct-19 08:30:48

Joe Wicks Cooking for Family and Friends

handbagsatdawn33 Sun 27-Oct-19 17:00:58

The Hairy Bikers "Meat Feasts". There are side dishes included as well.

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