Reality-star-turned-shoe-designer Kristin Cavallari said Thursday she will release a cookbook with "real, wholesome ingredients" in spring 2018.
"It's going to be a reflection of how I eat on a daily basis," Cavallari told E! News. "I think with everything in your life, diet is all about balance. So I eat healthy 80 percent of the time, and the other 20 percent, I indulge. I enjoy it. I have fun eating whatever I want."
Cavallari, who is married to Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, said there will be a lot of protein and vegetables in the dishes and some meals will include "real butter." The recipe collection will be nearly gluten-free with a limited amount of dairy products. There are a few pasta dishes made with brown rice pasta and "a lot of desserts."
"I have a huge sweet tooth. I just use better ingredients, so I use pure maple syrup, I'm using spelt flour or oat flour, those kinds of things," said Cavallari, 29. "I essentially eat whatever I want, but I just use better ingredients."
Cavallari came under fire earlier this year for a recipe for goat's milk baby formula she developed with Cutler and her pediatrician and included in her lifestyle book "Balancing in Heels: My Journey to Health, Happiness, and Making it All Work." The American Academy of Pediatrics does not recommend giving goat's milk to babies less than a year old.
Cavallari and Cutler, 33, are parents to sons Camden Jack, 4, and Jaxon Wyatt, 2, and daughter Saylor James, 9 months.
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