The KETO for the Holidays Cookbook

A little while back when people started suggesting that people needed a cookbook for the Holidays, I got straight to work because I don’t need any more encouragement than that to leg it to the kitchen and start making stuff up for you.  In the intervening weeks I have had a simply marvelous time creating 53 delicious recipes to see you through the holidays without the usual threat of The Holiday Ten (twenty?) or having to spend half of next year getting rid of the resultant spare tire.  So today I bring tidings of great joy!  The KETO for the Holidays Cookbook is here – just in time for your to plan your healthiest, most scrumptious Holidays yet.  Because we don’t need no stinkin’ wheat, flour, grains, gluten, or sugars in our food.



Here’s a few pictures to whet your appetite.  Then you can just head here to get all the details and order your copy.  It’s available in print version or e-cookbook pdf, which can also be read on a Kindle.  And maybe you know of some family and friends that would love to get the gift of delicious, grain-, gluten-, sugar-free low carb healthy fare into their Holidays this year.


The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown

The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown

















The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown




The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown



The Eat Smarter! Holidays Cookbook | Carrie Brown






Hop on over here to find out all the details and  get The KETO for the Holidays Cookbook today!






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  • David Williams - Oh yeah I’m gonna get me some of that!!ReplyCancel

  • Jayme - Carrie, I will definitely be ordering the hard copy! I ordered your ice cream book then had a couple of questions before making the treat. You were so kind and answered me. Well,..I am here to tell everyone that ice cream (followed all your instructions) came out divine. Forget about it being very good low carb ice cream. IT WAS THE BEST ICE CREAM I HAVE EVER EATEN!!! Also for me it was so nice to finally make a low carb ice cream that was not like a cement block.ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa - Those are some drool-worthy pictures. I’m terribly excited about the Creamy Peppermint Hot Chocolate (EXACTLY what I need before three hours of volleyball in a freezing gym) and anything chocolate.

    Your scone recipes are to die for (the Sour Cream & Chive one even convinced my onion-hating husband that chives are not evil) and the soups I’ve tried so far have been winners.ReplyCancel

    • Vanessa - Post-Thanksgiving Report: The roast turkey recipe is perfect. Our little turkey came out of the oven browned & crispy on the outside and tender & juicy on the inside. My vegan mother kept exclaiming how impressed she was that the previously-frozen turkey turned out like this, and not like every cardboard-y turkey she’d ever seen in the past.

      We made a double recipe of the eggnog ice cream, which was also a big success.

      The only recipe that gave me any trouble at all is the pumpkin pie squares. Possibly the combination of using an 8″ x 8″ pan (the alternative was 7.5″ x 11″) and 15 oz of pumpkin (instead of the 14.5 noted on the can for a 9″ pie) explains why it took 2 hrs to get mostly-cooked bars. Or I measured wrong.ReplyCancel

  • Vanessa - Which Ketovangelist episodes are you in, besides the one with your interview?ReplyCancel

    • carrie - Vanessa – Episode #74 and onward. There is a Ketovangelist Kitchen segment after each guest interview.ReplyCancel

      • Vanessa - Woo hoo! I’ve found an episode and started listening already. :)ReplyCancel

  • Pam - One of the recipes in your new cookbook calls for “vegetable gylcerine”. In your list of archives/23109, I could not find it. I looked on iherb but these products were for beauty, not to injest. I think this is an ingredient in the pecan pie recipe. Can I leave it out?
    Thanks, PamReplyCancel

    • Mark Kloch - I found it at Whole Foods, it is a skin care product. The label says for external use only? What gives Carrie, love the book BTW!ReplyCancel

      • carrie - Hi Mark! As David says, use Glycerine that says Food Grade. I use NOW brand. I generally get it from Amazon, but it is often found in pharmacies, health food stores or even some grocery stores. Hope that helps!ReplyCancel

    • David Williams - You can get vegetable glycerin on ebay and it is also sold by e-cigarette suppliers as it is used for vaping. It’s readily available. Just make sure you get a food grade one.ReplyCancel

  • Amy - The holiday cookbook is great! It mentions using the turkey giblets for gravy, but then there’s no gravy instructions. What do you recommend for low-carb gravy?ReplyCancel

  • Sue Giachero - I would like to buy all 4 cookbooks for my kindle but can’t find them on amazon. I’ve seen you mention they are available in kindle format but can’t find them. Would appreciate your help.ReplyCancel

    • carrie - Hi Sue – you can buy the e-cookbooks and send them to read on your Kindle. Instructions at the bottom of the Holiday Cookbook sales page. Hope that helps!ReplyCancel

  • Corbi - I purchased your holiday cookbook and I was wondering if there is a substitution for almond meal? I am allergic to almonds..

  • Amanda - Is this the same as the “eat smarter” holidays cookbook? (also 53 recipes) It looks super familiar and I don’t want to double-purchase. :)ReplyCancel

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