How to Cook in a Hurry

Eating healthy is no longer a slice of tomato on top of a bunch of lettuce, and you don’t have to spend all day in the kitchen planning meals and recipes either. Want to learn how to cook super-healthy meals for your family, all within 30 minutes?

You can learn how to do it with How to Cook in a Hurry by Helen Cassidy Page.

Helen shares secret techniques to create healthy and delicious meals that you’ll want to try out as soon as possible. Helen Cassidy Page has written several successful cookbooks including What Does It Mean to Cook Quick and Healthy and Sample Pantry.

You might think cooking healthy will require more time in the kitchen.

Not True!

Helen teaches you how to create healthy dishes from old, fat-laden recipes and teaches which foods are truly healthy and those that aren’t. You’ll want to try the new way to cook with butter, this recipe is called yogurt butter and you won’t be able to tell the difference.

This book will teach you tricks like how to cut down on oil when you’re sauteing. And dry chicken breasts…they will be a thing of the past when you learn techniques to make them moist and tender, without drowning them in butter or oil.

Most of us lead very busy lives and can’t imagine cooking healthy all the time. Fast-food and restaurants are SO MUCH EASIER!

But the compromise you make when you choose to eat there versus cooking healthy just isn’t worth it.

How to Cook Healthy in a Hurry cuts your time in the kitchen to a manageable block of time and you’ll learn how to put together things you might pick up at a fast food drive-through, only you’ll make them healthy and low-calorie.

Fortunately, for us, there are a wide variety of packaged, frozen and canned foods that you can choose without worrying about harmful chemicals and toxins. Helen provides tips on how to choose healthy ingredients as well as how to prepare them.

You’ll get helpful lists of what you should stock in your pantry, freezer and refrigerator to cook the delicious recipes in the book. You’ll steam foods, use spices and herbs and other methods to create aromatic and tasty dishes that are also healthy.

Cooking healthy all the time might seem like an unattainable goal, but How to Cook Healthy in a Hurry will change your mind in less time than it takes to make one of the recipes.

Sound interesting? Click here to grab Volumes 1 and 2 of How to Cook In a Hurry.

What’s your biggest healthy cooking challenge?

Let me know in the comments…

12 thoughts on “How to Cook in a Hurry

  1. I always have trouble finding recipes that I like. I’m such a picky eater and a lot of recipes always have stuff in them that I don’t like. For example, avocado. I feel like it’s in everything and there is no substitute for it.


  2. This sounds super interesting and yummy! Worth checking it out.
    I don’t mean to advertise at all but I have a small free e-book on my blog with some healthy recipes – can’t promise they are all under 30 minutes, but it’s called healthy recipes for busy women. I think my challenge right now it’s to find new recipes!

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  3. As a professional chef I look for inspiration, not recipes. My personal way to speed things up overall is to never cook just enough and be open minded to mixing leftovers. A few beans w/ a few pieces of broccoli leftovers and you have veg for your next meal. I measure protiens, and put leftovers away immediately to resist dusting off those last few bites, but after 2-3 days those few bites add up to a portion. Not every meal needs to be a masterpiece. (That advice doesn’t sell cookbooks, sorry)

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  4. Thanks for visiting my blog. My big challenge right now seems to be motivation. If the ingredients just showed up at my door along with the recipe I would do it. Oh wait, I have a meal service that does that… The thing about it is that my family is just sort of meh about the meals, and for the cost and effort involved it just doesn’t seem worth it. Thanks for sharing this resource, I’ll check it out.

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  5. Firstly a late thank you for the follow..Secondly I always try to cook healthy and have learnt much over the years..Yep I am old…lol…I waste very litle now and as the chef above said little bits saved here and there make for another meal… 🙂

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  6. With so much to explore, who has time to cook these days? Especially healthy food. What I need is motivation to get into the kitchen, instead of the nearest chip shop. I’m definitely going to give this book a go.

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