I had not heard of SkinnyTaste before but understand now that the author has a website http://www.skinnytaste.com/ with really good recipes. This cookbook, Skinnytaste Fast and Slow, has a lot of good points, but over all did not appeal to me.
Let me cover the good first. All of the recipes are labeled as Quick (Q), Pressure Cooker (PC), Slow Cooker (SC), Vegetarian (V), Gluten-Free (GF), Dairy-Free (DF) or Freezer-Friendly (FF). There is a good variety of each. One recipe I want to try is Crustless Slow Cooker Apple Pie A la Mode.
The photographs are very good, but the general appeal of the recipes is lacking. Most of the dishes looked like a variety of chopped ingredients dumped on a plate and sprinkled with other ingredients. The simply did not look appetizing to me. I was also a little surprised to see under the “Healthy Mornings” chapter a recipe for Brussels Sprout Hash with Bacon and Eggs.
Sprouts for breakfast? There is one section called “Zoodles, Sqashta, Pasta,
and sauce. You will need a kitchen tool called a spiralizer for these recipes.
I will say this cookbook is good, but not great.
I received a copy of SkinnyTaste Fast and Slow in exchange for an honest review.