Seriously, So Good: Simple Recipes for a Balanced Life by Carissa Stanton

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  • ISBN 10 1668020726
  • ISBN 13 9781668020722
  • Published Apr 16 2024
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher S&S/Simon Element

Publishers Text

Delicious, satisfying recipes that are good for your health, heart, and mind by the beloved blogger and creator of Brocc Your Body.

Self-proclaimed SoCal beach girl Carissa Stanton first earned her nickname Brocc, not because of an obsession with broccoli (though she thinks it’s a damn good veggie), but because she hosted weekly girl’s nights with her friends who loved to cook, eat—and move their bodies. With Justin Timberlake’s Rock Your Body in mind, she combined her love of food and created @BroccYourBody to start sharing her favorite recipes on Instagram.

Now, Stanton shares with her hundreds of thousands of followers on Instagram how to cook for yourself after a busy day of work just as often as they look forward to relaxing with friends over cocktails and apps. Seriously, So Good reflects her philosophy of feeling good about what she’s cooking and eating, making smart choices without depriving herself of carbs or a splash of cream here and there. She wants to remove the anxiety around food by helping us all feel more confident in and out of the kitchen. She shares her recipes and balanced outlook to motivate others to experience a stress-free cooking approach while enjoying mouth-watering meals alone or with loved ones.

The 100 flavor-bomb dishes, which are approachable, nourishing, and always fun, include all-time favorites such as her viral Greek-Style Lemon Chicken Soup or a better-for-you take on fast food with her “Fried” Chicken Sandwich with Special Sauce, perfect examples of dishes representing a balanced lifestyle. Carissa describes them as healthy, but not too healthy because health isn’t just about being able to run a marathon or eating “clean,” it’s about living your life to the fullest.