Super Natural Every Day: Six Recipe Sampler

Super Natural Every Day: Six Recipe Sampler Recipe

Hi all, I feel like today is a big day for me. As promised, I'm over-the-moon excited to share a handful of recipes from Super Natural Every Day with you. It feels like it has been a long time coming! You can download the recipe sampler PDF here. The file is quite small, just 2MB. It is twenty pages in length, and includes six of my favorite recipes from the new book. It also includes a number of photo out takes that didn't make it into the final book. In short, a little teaser of the book to come.

Super Natural Every Day Recipe Sampler

I can't remember if I've mentioned this before, the book chapters are organized: breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner, drinks, treats. Structured in the way a typical day might unfold for me. The recipes are all written in cups / oz / grams. Which I hope will be helpful for those of you who are cooking from it who aren't from the U.S. And, as you can see in that graphic up above, the sampler includes recipes for Millet Muffins (thank you Jess, my nephew loves these), Ravioli Salad, Avocado & Mustard Seeds (a terrific way to use avocados that isn't guacamole), Black Sesame Otsu, Tinto de Verano, and a Tutti-Frutti Crumble (I put beaujolais & poppy seeds in this).

I'll leave it at that for now, and simply say, I hope you enjoy these recipes as much as I do. Thank you all for your ongoing support, excitement, and encouragement. And(!) thank you Toni for making me a pretty PDF for me to share :) -h

For those of you who have missed the last couple of book-related posts, Super Natural Every Day is available for pre-order on Amazon for $13. There is a list of alternate retailers on this page, and on the final pages of the recipe sample PDF as well.

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  • oooh, fantastic! thankyou so much for sharing :) I am veryexited to try these recipes out, and surely also appreciate the non-USA-measurements included! x

    Elevine
  • I ALWAYS love your recipes. They're streamlined and simple. They're delicious and healthy. I can't wait for your book!

    Samantha Rivard
  • hi heidi - yay, the sampler looks fabulous and definitely makes me even more excited about the full-version book to come! the crumble looks especially good (besides otsu) - for one thing i love all sorts of crumbles, but it's more of the addition of beaujolais to the fruits. can't wait for the summer!

    chika
  • The book looks amazing. Did you do some of the photography yourself? Also, thanks for keeping the book so reasonably priced. It looks like we get a lot of bang for our buck!

    ps
  • I can't wait to download this and I just ordered your first book....so, I can be so ready for the second!! Thank you for adding the measurements in cups/oz/grams...this is a huge issue for me when I have to do the conversions. I never seem to be exact and am always guessing when I have to convert. Best of luck!!

    Lisa
  • The new book looks beautiful, congratulations! Thanks for sharing the sampler.

    Orit Levi
  • heidi, this looks phenomenal! i love your descriptions... i feel like i can taste those millet muffins without even having made them yet. we love cornbread muffins, and i have a feeling these are going to make their way onto our list of standbys!

    Carly from Yummrs
  • This looks absolutely lovely, Heidi! Healthy, accessible, and easy to put together recipes are something everybody needs. Well done!

    Coco @ Opera Girl Cooks
  • Wow, that cover is just incredible. My jaw dropped when I saw it!

    Rachel
  • Thanks! The sampler is just what I need to help me wait until my copy arrives to Australia.

    Gaby
  • Heidi, the sampler is gorgeous! The millet muffin and avocado recipes look especially intriguing. A quick question, though: you specify raw millet in the muffin recipe--is most millet at grocery stores raw? I've just never seen it labeled either way. I didn't know that millet was available any other way but raw. HS: Hi Katie - I just meant raw, as in uncooked. Sorry for the confusion!

    Katie
  • Thank you for the sampler! The pictures are stunning, and I'm excited to try these recipes. I'm looking forward to seeing the whole book soon! Congrats to you!

    Laura
  • Wow, the design is gorgeous! Looks very rustic and natural. Definitely want to try some of the recipes and might pick up the book!

    Earl Lee
  • How exciting! I can't wait to pick up my copy. Thanks for this little preview.

    Mo
  • Those recipes look delicious! I can't wait to try them.

    Sarah
  • Oops, I meant I can't wait to try the recipes and look through the entire book.

    betty
  • Thank you for sharing. This looks beautiful. I can't wait to try the books and look through the entire book.

    betty
  • Can't wait to get my copy of the book! In fact, I think I will be picking it up and meeting you both at the Little Flower School next month. Excited to get cooking with these new recipes!

    caitlindentino
  • what joy. You must be so proud, looks fabulous. can't wait to read every word. Congratulations, Heidi!!!

    sara
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