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Cut The Crap No Bullsh*t Cookery Recipe Book - Volume 4

With a variety of new recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a few sweet treats thrown in to the mix, the fourth edition of the Cut The Crap No Bullsh*t Cookery series will provide you with plenty of fresh inspiration in the kitchen, without being a slave to the stove!


Featured Recipes

Blueberry Brekkie
Cherry, Almond & Vanilla Chia Pud
Chorizo, Sweet Potato & Spinach Hash
Dessert for Breakfast
Peanut Butter Banana Pancakes
Slow Cooker Oats

Rebecca’s Greek Lentil Soup
Thai Coconut Chicken Soup

Butternut Squash, Feta & Avocado
Fennel Salmon & Asparagus
Zingy Salmon & Avocado

Proper Grub
Lime & Coriander Chicken
Even Better Chilli
Josie’s Bolognese
Lemon & Garlic Trout
Slow Cooker Beef Curry
Annie’s Treat Night Calzone
Spicy Garlic Chicken Burgers

Coconut, Lime & Mango Rice
Mushroom & Goat’s Cheese Quiche
Katie’s Naughty Gnocchi
Pumpkin & Cauliflower Curry
Spicy Chick Pea & Red Pepper Burritos

Superhero Smoothies
Bat Girl
Green Goddess
Wonder Woman
The Hulk

Sweet Treats
Coconut & Lime Mousse
Cranberry Power Bars
Raw Brownie Bites

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Customer Feedback

“The Thai soup is my favourite - it’s so amazing and super quick to make - yum!“

Lynsey McKeown

“I have two favourites and I use them often. Both are easy to prepare, quick and taste amazing. CTC3 Sweet potato and red bean chilli, tasty, simple and quick to make. CTC4 Chorizo, sweet potato and spinach breakfast hash. Full of flavour and again quick and easy. Why stick to breakfast, great at lunch with a side salad too.”

Anne Hayes

“My absolute favourite is the chicken, chilli and chorizo recipe in CTC2. It's quick to make, tasty, and doesn't cost a lot. I always make a big batch and freeze in portions. Quick, easy and cheap! Perfect!”

Jo Thornton

“Rachael’s coconut curry is my favourite, I’ve never enjoyed eating curry in my life (and I’ve tried most except the really hot ones) but I could eat this one every night. Julie’s amazeballs are soooo damn tasty and very filling, great for snacks when you’re peckish.”

Debbie Boyle

“Rachael's coconut curry is my’s just so tasty!! I quite often add in either spinach or broccoli.”

Lisa Irvine

“I've got two favourites! The banana and vanilla protein pancakes because they are so simple and filling and feel like a real treat. The chilli from book 2 is amazing. It's such a great recipe for all the family to eat and my 6 year old always says it's her fave ever dinner! What more could you ask for?” 

Amanda Dawson

“The smashed avocado and fried egg on toast is my favourite. It’s quick, simple and delicious....making me hungry now! The recipes are simple, easy to follow and all look delicious and nutritious.”

Michelle Razzaq