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Eat With Leah

September 11, 2015

 After months of anticipation, Leah Itsines finally released her e-cookbook ‘Eat with Leah‘, woo hoo! Not to freak Leah out, but I was expecting a lot from her.

Eat with Leah

For those of you who do not know who Leah is, you may know her sister, Kayla Itsines. Leah is an accomplished woman in her own right – she is a personal trainer and she has a massive Instagram following. I’ve followed Leah for over a year and I’ve always appreciated how funny and down to earth she seems. I especially appreciate her love for real and good food! As much as I like healthified recipes, some people just go too far. I like to make and eat healthier recipes that everyone can enjoy and Leah gets that. Her e-cookbook isn’t a ‘diet’ book. It is full of flavorful meals with healthy ingredients that combine to make a flavor bomb in your mouth. My husband and I have greatly enjoyed trying out her recipes and literally every recipe I have tried so far has been fantastic. I am excited to introduce you to my favorite recipes from ‘Eat with Leah’! And just as an FYI, these are all my photos so please tag me if you use them on your social media πŸ™‚


review of eat with leah cookbook by Leah Itsines

Mmmmmmmm – this beauty is the delicious vanilla chia pudding in the breakfast section of ‘Eat with Leah’. It was fantastically easy to make and extremely delicious. I haven’t made chia pudding in ages and it was wonderful to have it again. 


I tried the broccoli and cauliflower fritters and LOVED them! No photo unfortunately as my rendition was not fantastically photogenic but trust me when I say it was delicious. And a fantastic way to get your veggies in!


review of eat with leah cookbook by Leah Itsines

I think these Thai pork skewers were my favorite. And that is saying a lot coming from me, a half-Thai and very fussy lady. The flavors were incredible – tangy and spicy. I made a ton of these and happily ate them two nights in a row with a lovely little potato salad. Another notable favorite of mine had to be the avgolemeno soup – basically a fluffy rice and lemon soup. It was extremely easy to make but had a very unique taste – it almost reminded me of a Thai Tom Kha Gai soup, but with a very different twist. I encourage you to try this classic Greek soup and see for yourself what I mean.

Honestly Fitness Approved!

1,000,000,000x Honestly Fitness approved haha! I am so proud of Leah for making not only a beautiful and aesthetically pleasing e-cookbook (the design is incredible, no joke) but for making tasty meals that do not skimp on the flavor. If you would like to get a copy of Eat with Leah, just click here (no, it is not an affiliate link I promise).

Honestly yours,

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Disclaimer: I was given a copy of the cookbook in return for a review. No matter what, my views and opinions will always remain honest and my own.

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  • Cassie September 30, 2015 at 4:44 pm

    This is also superfitbabe approved! I especially love the Thai rendition of the skewers πŸ˜›

    • Honestly Fitness October 1, 2015 at 7:32 am

      I love it – honestly fitness and superfitbabe approved!! Let me know if you end up getting the ebook. It’s well worth it xx