Strict keto diet? No more! Buy skinny pants instead of expensive ingredients. 100 easy recipes—under $10 to make—with less than 10 net carbs per serving!
The keto diet shouldn’t be complicated, boring, or expensive! The DIRTY, LAZY, KETO Dirt Cheap Cookbook by USA Today bestselling author Stephanie Laska makes keto “doable” for everyone. You don’t have to break the bank to go keto with The DIRTY, LAZY, KETO Dirt Cheap Cookbook.
Stephanie Laska lost 140 pounds by solving the problem of not having enough money or time to eat healthy. In The DIRTY, LAZY, KETO Dirt Cheap Cookbook, she shares 100 budget-savvy “dirty, lazy,” keto recipes the whole family will love—all containing ten grams of net carbs or less and costing less than $10 to make the whole recipe!
These recipes are built around common ingredients (you can pronounce and will use over and again—no waste) found in your local supermarket; nothing pretentious or expensive is required. DIRTY, LAZY, KETO recipes are stress-free but without skimping on taste. You’ll also find tips to stretch that bottom dollar plus strategies to reboot leftovers but in DISGUISE along with signature entertaining and relatable stories from your best girlfriend, Stephanie. Lose weight while enjoying familiar comfort food favorites—all under ten net carbs per serving!
Stephanie Laska doesn’t just talk the talk; she walks the walk. She is one of the few keto authors that has successfully lost half of her body weight (140 pounds!) and maintained that weight loss for seven years and counting. Her honest sass and fresh approach to the keto diet break the traditional rules of “dieting.” You might have caught her cooking debut with Al Roker on NBC’s theTodayshow? Her story and image have been celebrated in articles by FOX News, New York Post, Reader’s Digest, Yahoo News, First for Women Magazine, Muscle and Fitness: Hers, Keto for You, RunDisney, and Costco Connection Magazine. She has run a dozen marathons, most notably the New York City Marathon as a sponsored athlete from PowerBar. Not bad for a girl who ran her first mile (as in ever!) close to age forty.