Five Always Delicious Recipes

Our publisher offered five free recipes from our new cookbook, Always Delicious to promote the book before publication. We’ve combined the links all in one place right here. These are perfect to share with friends so that they can see how healthy food should really taste. There’s no deprivation here.

Click the photo or title below to see each recipe.

We’d love to hear you’re feedback!

Blueberry Lime Mint Fizz

The syrupy sweetness of colas and other sugary drinks can be a challenge for some people to eliminate from their diets. Luckily, there’s an even more satisfying way to get your fizzy fix. Sparkling water, a few favorite fruits, and herbs make a delicious — and much healthier — alternative.

Moroccan Chicken Stew

Rich warm spices and sweet dried fruit make this Moroccan stew an instant favorite. Once you’ve prepped the ingredients, it’s only a matter of letting it cook. A slow cooker makes for even easier prep. Leave in the morning and come home to the sweet and savory aromas of dinner ready to eat.

Grain-Free Pumpkin Spice Muffins

A quick breakfast or the perfect grab-and‑go snack for classroom celebrations, office potlucks, or any occasion that calls for allergen- free treats. Your friends don’t even have to know these muffins are healthy! They’ve been taste-tested by hundreds of kids and adults alike, with rave reviews.

Quinoa Enchilada Casserole

George Brown College culinary students John Loui Ricardo and Julius De Guia wowed us with this tasty casserole from their Always Hungry? book class project. This casserole is quick and easy because components can be made ahead and assembled in a matter of minutes . . . but it tastes like it came from a fine restaurant.

Almond Coconut Macaroons

These fluffy macaroon cookies make a satisfying substitute for the standard sugary version. Add a few dark chocolate chips to create a perfect, homey dessert.

  • Robert Hlavna

    Morrocan Chicken Stew is excellent.

  • Robert Hlavna

    Question on Mustard Peppercorn Roasted Lamb (Pork). The book doesn’t indicate an oven temp. 350?

    • drdavidludwig

      Yes. 350F

      • Robert Hlavna

        Thanx for the quick reply! It was still in the oven!!

  • Rebecca Cantrell

    These are really cool. I’m just coming back to the Always Hungry Solution and it’s really inspiring to see what’s possible in terms of great food. Thanks!

  • Gloria L. Bier-Olson

    My MD has for 3 years encouraged me to buy “the book”
    …after my HgA1c is 6.5 (up from 6.0) I am going to hit this hard….bought both books….my husband is even excited at the recipes….measurements done…shopping tomorrow and lab work in 3 months….will let you know the results:)!!!!!

    • DrLudwig

      Welcome Gloria! I’m so glad you’re on this journey with us. Have you found our free Facebook Community yet? http://Www.facebook.com/groups/alwayshungrybook
      Success is so much easier with support and there is a wealth of free, non-commercial support there. Check it out.
      – Chef Dawn

      • Gloria L. Bier-Olson

        i will….thx!

  • Susan

    Dear Dr Ludwig or Chef Dawn

    Is it possible to use Quorn products (links to nutritional details below) as a meat replacement when following your fantastic Always Hungry plan? I am a vegetarian and find I get tired of tofu (and am not a huge tempeh fan). Quorn products are very popular in the UK and being able to use them would open up a whole new world for Always Hungry devotees. Many thanks for your consideration.

    https://www.quorn.us/products/chicken-cutlets

    https://www.quorn.us/products/chicken-tenders

    • DrLudwig

      YES. Absolutely fine to use Quorn.
      –Chef Dawn

      • Susan

        Thank you for your reply and for this terrific news. Life on the AH regime just got even better!

        Susan