David Gillespie’s “The Sweet Poison Quit Plan Cookbook”

book cover The Sweet Poison Quit Plan CookbookYou’ve probably noticed at The Sugar Breakup we’re big fans of David Gillespie.

Reading ‘The Sweet Poison Quit Plan’ opened our eyes to the dangers of fructose and made us look at what and how we were eating.

But quitting sugar didn’t stop our love of cooking and baking. As David says, “When you quit sugar you don’t want to resign from life. You are still going to put treats into children’s lunchboxes, you’re still going to need to take a plate to the school fete, you’re still going to want to invite people over for morning tea and to do that you are going to need normal food.”

Our journey into cooking sugar free treats started with the recipes in The Sweet Poison Quit Plan.

David’s wife Lizzie developed these recipes using dextrose for their family and we grew to love many of them. Imagine how delighted we were when The Sweet Poison Quit Plan Cookbook was launched early this year. They have taken Lizzie’s recipes and further developed them with professional chefs to ensure they work for sugar eaters and people who have quit sugar.

sweet poison recipes app screenshot jpgAnd now there’s also The Sweet Poison Recipes iPhone and iPad App! Which is not just wonderful recipes straight to your iPhone or iPad but also video demonstrations, handy hints on cooking with dextrose and a shopping list function to help with buying ingredients.

We’re pleased to announce there will be a signed copy of The Sweet Poison Quit Plan Cookbook from David Gillespie in our sugar free prize pack!

To be in the running to win The Sweet Poison Quit Plan Cookbook and other fantastic sugar free prizes go to Facebook.com/TheSugarBreakup.

Entries close Tuesday 5th November so get in quick and GOOD LUCK!

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