Sexy isn’t in your closet—it’s in your kitchen! As a former model turned chef, Candice Kumai knows that nothing is sexier than rocking a gorgeous body and enjoying your food. And her new book, Cook Yourself Sexy, shows you how to ditch imitation products for the real thing and make smart swaps to cut calories without sacrificing flavor. By packing each meal with “Foods with Benefits,” Candice ensures that every enticing bite provides the key nutrients your body craves to stay healthy and look amazing. Plus, you’ll gain all this—and more:
• 100+ delicious, indulgent recipes guaranteed to make your mouth water and slim you down. From decadent French toast and Creamy Butternut Squash Mac ’n’ Cheese to guilt-free burgers and crispy sweet potato fries, Candice proves that you can have your cake—Dark Chocolate–Orange Cake, to be exact—and eat it, too!
• Use the “Foods with Benefits” table on page 239 to incorporate fantastic, flavorful choices into every meal of the day. Your strong, healthy, lean body will thank you!
• Tips, tricks, and advice that every sexy chef should know, including essential knowledge on how to stock your pantry for maximum pleasure and super-easy ways to burn more calories, even when you’re not cooking!
You’ll soon be on your way to rocking a gorgeous body and enjoying your food. The smart, fun advice and irresistible recipes make Cook Yourself Sexy the ultimate guide to your hottest, healthiest self ever. CLICK HERE!
Dreamy Butternut Squash Mac ’n’ Cheese is a real showstopper: creamy, satisfying, and—most important—guilt-free.
Say “I do” to the Marry Me Spaghetti and Meatballs—this classic dish is sinfully satisfying and won’t add to your waistline!
Indulge your sweet tooth with a twist on an old favorite—Classic Caramel Apples with Lavender Rose Petal Sugar and Coconut. Click Here to Try It FREE!
Try this simple and exotic Kale, Swiss Chard, and Butternut Squash Salad for delicious immune-boosting benefits!
Candice Kumai trained at Le Cordon Bleu® College of Culinary Arts (California) before being cast on Bravo’s Emmy®-nominated series Top Chef. She was the host of LifetimeSM’s hit series Cook Yourself Thin and has been featured on Today, The Dr. Oz Show, and Access Hollywood. She has also contributed to numerous national publications, including Women’s Health®, People®, and Glamour®. Candice can also be seen as a regular judge on Iron Chef America.