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29 reviews for Nutritious Delicious: Turbocharge Your Favorite Recipes with 50 Everyday Superfoods

  1. Jonathan Graham (verified owner)

    This cookbook is simply incredible! Recipes are easy to follow, flavor combinations are unique and fun, and nutrition information is accurate. Great choice for someone looking to mix it up, and for those trying to incorporate foods with added health benefits. So excited to share this with family, friends and clients!

  2. karen (verified owner)

    The recipes from America’s Test Kitchen never fail me. The directions are easy to follow and the ingredients can be found in any well stocked grocery. I have been a loyal fan for 18 years and this book is a great example of why I will continue to be.

  3. ER (verified owner)

    Great book! Has all kinds of new and healthy recipes I want to try.

  4. J. Noelle (verified owner)

    I am a huge fan of America’s Test Kitchen, Cook’s Illustrated, and Cook’s Country. I’m really happy that in the past few years, they’ve branched out into categories that previously could have been considered “off-brand” for ATK – Gluten-Free, Paleo, Vegan. I was intrigued by this release and curious to see how they tackled the daunting task of defining “nutritious” and “superfood”. There’s an in-depth intro that details how they came up with the parameters of the book and recipes. It’s a decidedly more mainstream approach to nutrition than other diets such as Paleo or Gluten-Free. The recipes include dairy (mostly full-fat yogurt and milk, limited amounts of cheese). Some of them also use whole wheat ingredients (whole wheat panko or bread). But overall, if you follow a dairy-, gluten-, soy-free; Paleo; or Vegetarian/Vegan diet, you will find plenty of recipes that fit the bill or can be easily modified. The ingredients are easily accessible and available. In true ATK style, there are some repeat recipes that I’ve seen elsewhere in their magazines or other books, but there are way more new and interesting recipes than repeats. Just a few of my earmarked recipes: Chinese Chicken Salad, Black Rice Bowls with Salmon, and Cauliflower Chickpea Flatbread.

  5. AWP (verified owner)

    I have been wanting a cookbook like this for a long time. I’m a serious home cook, and I have many of America’s Test Kitchen’s books. I like the idea of using nutrient-dense foods as featured ingredients as a way to eat well, and this book has lots of recipes that do just that. I don’t like gimicky superfoods books that just add powders and unusual ingredients to up the nutrient content of recipes. This looks like good recipes for the fruits, veggies, fish, and grains that have been designated “superfoods.” So far, the recipes look good, are clear, and there have been a few that try things in a new way for me. So in that respect, I think it’ll be a mostly useful new addition to my cookbook collection.

    I do feel just a little shift, though, in the nature of the type of cookbook this is when you compare it to the history of the Best Foods and America’s Test Kitchen cookbooks. The first chapter is on superfoods, and I feel like this is just a little on the “light on science” end of the spectrum. I never felt with the Best Foods cookbook that I was reading anything less than real experts on cooking. This doesn’t feel like medical experts writing on health benefits. It’s food people writing on foods to eat well and even sometimes making claims about food that might prevent cancer (really? wanna back that up with a footnote?), and it kinda cheapens the brand, a bit. When I saw that America’s Test Kitchen had also released a Paleo Cookbook and 6-Ingredient Cookbook (eyes roll), I knew we were looking at the dilution of a brand once known for absolute top-notch cooking that placed ultimate concern on taste and recipe success and eschewed trendy food fads. It’ll be interesting to see if they lose their former fanbase as they seek new audiences.

  6. Alex (verified owner)

    Great cookbook with unique recipes

  7. pamela (verified owner)

    This book is great. Last night I made a farrow receive that was fantastic. Good/healthy meals

  8. kbwaldo (verified owner)

    My only complaint about Cook’s illustrated cookbooks is that they take previously published recipes, mix them up into another category/title and republish a new book. While there were a lot of “repeat” recipes in this book, there were also many that were new to me….more than usual for a cook’s Illustrated cookbook. I like the fresh recipes, the printed info. about whole grains, vegetables etc… and that nutrition info. is included right with the recipe instead of at the end of the book or not at all. So far have tried the cauliflower crust pizza, the Italian wedding soup, a lentil pilaf, a salmon dish to name a few and they have all been tasty without seeming overly healthy or devoid of flavor. Nice job C.I.

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  10. Jenny Lynn (verified owner)

    This is a great book! Yum!

  11. S-Hus (verified owner)

    Absolutely fool proof recipes with delicious results! If you are new to cooking, just try it! If you are a pro, this will only expand your world 🌎 😊

  12. Debra Q. (verified owner)

    Loved it

  13. Cindy W (verified owner)

    Love this book! Awesome information!

  14. Joan (verified owner)

    These recipes are fantastic! I have made about a dozen of them. Wonderful, and easy to understand directions, with a picture of every dish.

  15. Boo Who (verified owner)

    Test kitchen books are always amazing. Having a scientific bent, enjoy the very detsiled descriptions of why to cook in a certain way.

  16. A. Gren (verified owner)

    The recipes are very easy to follow, and the food is delicious. I’m the kind of person who looks for recipes with less than 10 ingredients, and this one does not disappoint. I’ve made many of these recipes, but my favorite are the beet-bulgar wheat burger, quinoa taco salad, and swiss chard enchiladas. ATK is yet to disappoint me.

  17. Lisa Clark (verified owner)

    I’ve tried a few recipes and so far so good! would recommend this book if you are looking to make your recipes a little bit healthier but still delicious.

  18. Michael Waddell (verified owner)

    Terrific recipes, all thoroughly tested to make sure everything is perfect.

  19. Anonymous (verified owner)

    We do a lot of home cooking in our household and typically like to find new recipes and not keep old cookbooks to clutter the kitchen. But this is an exception! This cookbook as so many great recipes that are super healthy and so delicious! I didn’t know vegetables and soups could be this great!

  20. L. Storm (verified owner)

    Tasty food, excellent instructions, and with a health-conscious attitude. The first four things we tried were ALL good, and all going to be made again. My husband likes the photos and the explicit instructions; I like that the meals don’t sacrifice taste and visual appeal for the sake of nutrition.

  21. Cynthia L Schuster (verified owner)

    Good quality, easy to follow recipes, nice pictures

  22. Robin (verified owner)

    Love the pictures of each dish. Can’t wait to try the recipes!

  23. KJ (verified owner)

    I like this book that caters to health & gives you a broad brush of how the calories are broken down on nutrition.

  24. South Lousiana Bayou Gal (verified owner)

    Another excellent cookbook by America’s Test Kitchen. I have a lot of their titles and have enjoyed each one.
    This one is especially useful for those trying to eat healthier. Good mix of recipes and ingredients. Really like the fact that nutrition info is included.

  25. S.J. Schiltz (verified owner)

    As described by seller.

  26. Pamela (verified owner)

    We have made so many of the recipes out of this book and they are all delicious. If you have a person in your household who tends to be resistant to whole grain, veggies “health food” get this book and show how healthy and delicious can go together.

  27. Laura (verified owner)

    I purchased this book because I wanted more healthy (lower calorie, lower sodium, more nutrients) options than other ATK cookbooks. After cooking with this book for 6 months or so, I’m happy to say it doesn’t disappoint! Even my husband and kids really like these recipes, even when they use more unusual to them ingredients. We loved the vegetable lasagna (235 calories per generous portion!!), ultimate nachos (using no meat but poblanos and kale!!), pumpkin cream cheese brownies, carrot cake, overnight chia pudding, skillet turkey burgers, and other recipes! The only things I’d say as a negative are that 1) some ingredients are impossible to get locally where I live in rural Texas and 2) many recipes are kind of long and more like projects. However the results are really worth it! I have often substituted things I can’t get like kale for Swiss chard, etc with good success. A+ from this family!

  28. Jennifer Kleffner (verified owner)

    Bought this directly from Cooks Illustrated, as I’ve been a member for years and had a coupon. So far have made about 8 recipes (turkey pumpkin chili, several beet recipes, roasted butternut with pecans and tahini, north African red lentil soup, shepherd’s pie using whipped cauliflower for the topping…) and they have all been great. Very thankful for the nutrition information, as I’m trying to keep calories lower (something that a LOT of traditional Americas Test Kitchen recipes don’t even attempt). I trust Cooks to get the seasonings and details right, which can make all of the difference. An excellent book for eating more healthy and cutting down on the calories without sacrificing flavor.

  29. Joanna D. (verified owner)

    In case you worry all the recipes in this book are just the kale-quinoa-tofu variety, no, not at all. Yes, they show up (along with cauliflower “steaks” an insult to steaks everywhere) but the recipes DO offer you a way to add nutrient-dense, fiber-rich and vitamin-soaked foods to common favorites like tacos, meatball, shepherd’s pie and baked chicken.

    About half the recipes ARE the trendy health-food type (Swiss chard enchiladas, chickpea salad sandwiches, bean-beet burgers for example) but many others have typical meats like chicken, turkey, flank steak and fish such as salmon, trout and cod.

    A few recipes are vegan or vegetarian and if not vegan, could be altered so. For exaple, Thai red curry with tofu uses fish sauce but a vegan kitchen will have vegan “fish” sauce. But most recipes are not vegetarian.

    A couple of false steps: Swiss Chard Mac & Cheese. NO. Just. No. If you are going to have mac & cheese, for gosh sake HAVE MAC & CHEESE. Don’t play around with whole wheat elbows and shove in chard. That’s just mean. It’s not a healthy dish even throwing a sop to the Health Gods with whole wheat. I love Mac & Cheese and I don’t even make it once a year…maybe every Leap Year for a treat and yes, I enjoy every cheese-laden, custardy bite.

    And whole wheat pizza with kale and sunflower seed pesto. Don’t do that. The Pizza Police will take a break from arresting Pineapple People and come get you.

    In Summary: Lots of good tasting and good-for-you recipes with great ingredients that are mostly available even in rural America such as I live in. Definitely will improve the nutrition of your home cookin’ comfort food game and add some interesting not-that-difficult wow dishes, too.

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