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Enjoy The Holidays Without Guilt, Even When Watching Your Carbs
by Jan McCracken

Last Updated: 04/24/2006

Two fun and fabulous holiday cookbooks dish up smiles, laughs, health tips, walking motivation and heapin helpin of traditional recipes for eating the good old-fashioned foods we love during the holidays...without the sugar or empty carbs!

Two fun and fabulous holiday cookbooks dish up smiles, laughs, health tips, walking motivation and heapin helpin of traditional recipes for eating the good old-fashioned foods we love during the holidays...without the sugar or empty carbs!

Laugh and cook with the fun-loving, old-fashioned cook known as the "Erma Bombeck of Cookbook Authors." Jan McCracken insists that food taste like "the real stuff" - without the carbs! She has been eating low carb since 1994, and is an advocate of healthy living, which includes eating good carbs, making old recipes healthier ... and heaping portions of lots of smiles.

Whimsical and light-hearted, Jan's recipe presentations will make you smile - you won't be able to help yourself. And expect wonderful compliments from family and friends when you serve the wonderful dishes from her two holiday cookbooks. No one will ever know you're cooking low carb!

Jan is proud to have written the first Low Carb Christmas cookbook ever published, "Low Carb Christmas Cookin'." This Old Fashioned Low Carb Christmas Cookbook is still the best out there. It is a clever creation of 224 funfilled pages sprinkled with hysterical "culinary photos" of the author, heartwarming quotes and delicious cereal foodŁ recipes.

Just published, her "Carb Countin' Holiday Cookbook" is filled with more smiles, laughs and excellent recipes that span more than just Christmas. There are ample recipes for all the holidays throughout the year, including some special ones to kick off the New Year right! "Carb Countin" also introduces Jan's new friend, Sassy Stepper, her "Move More Motivator" and "steppin off the carbs" advocate.

Both books are available at Amazon.com or for a special holiday gift price of only $9.95 directly through Jan's website: http://www.janmccracken.com

About Jan: Jan McCracken is author and self-publisher of 40 gift books and cookbooks. Born in the Midwest and former owner/innkeeper of a country bed and breakfast in Branson, MO, she has been cooking since she was seventeen years old. At home in Ventura, California, Jan's desire in writing Low Carb Christmas Cookin' is to share old recipes "made new" and low carb user-friendly!

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