Easy. Homemade.

Easy Homemade

A brand-new e-book is available today that I’m excited to share with you! It’s called Easy. Homemade. and the recipes are healthier versions of commonly-purchased food items–healthier simply because they’re homemade with quality ingredients and don’t need preservatives and other additives to keep them fresh.

If you’ve read here very long at all, you know I love doing exactly that–if I can make it at home, I want to try it! So there were several things in this book that I already make at home and have a recipe that I love (like spaghetti sauce, salsa, mayonnaise, lemonade, and chicken stock).

But I was excited to see that there are also plenty of things I’ve never tried at home–ketchup, sweetened condensed milk, Italian salad dressing with balsamic vinegar, and tomato paste to name a few. Others look significantly better than my current recipes, like the barbecue sauce, sloppy joe sauce, and chocolate syrup.

My personal favorite so far? Mandi gives a tip for how to make French press-style coffee without a French press. I tried it. I’m hooked. It’s amazing, and I didn’t have to spend any money or clutter up my kitchen any more. Love discoveries like that!

These recipes and methods are truly easy and truly homemade–and they all look delicious! ¬†Pictures on each page give you an idea of the final result, and kitchen techniques and tips for choosing healthy ingredients¬†are interspersed throughout.

And it’s only $0.99 (plus a few bonus offers) for this first week. If you think you’d benefit from some tried-and-true recipes for items that will save you money and help you eat healthier, this is the week to get it. (60 recipes for $0.99? Yep, you heard that right :) )

I’ve already pulled the PDF file up on my computer several times to consult a recipe, and I know I’ll continue to do that over the weeks and months to come!

Sloppy joes are going on the menu next week… :)

[You can get an electronic version through Amazon or Barnes and Noble, if you’d prefer.]

(I do receive a percentage of the sale price if you make a purchase through my links [except the Barnes and Noble one]. Absolutely no pressure from me. :) And the opinions stated above are entirely my own. Thanks, Mandi, for this great resource! :) )

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