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From Breakfast to Dessert — Real Food Recipes Mini Bundle

February 10th, 2014 · 1 Comment · Uncategorized

Bundle of the Week #52: Recipe Collection

From breakfast to dessert, there’s no denying that delicious food that is also healthy makes the day more manageable. To make it happen, you need good recipes you can count on. I’m proud to have Better Than a Box in this week’s Bundle of the Week, a collection of 5 related eBooks for $7.40 – it includes more than 200 recipes altogether, plus tips to help you expand your kitchen skills along the way. (And in case you didn’t notice, the cost of the entire packages is less than half the cost of just Better Than a Box alone!)

The other books are all from blog colleagues I respect and admire, and they’re grrrrrrreat choices. A little more about the offerings:

The Breakfast Revolution by Beth Ricci
Everybody says that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and in The Breakfast Revolution, Beth shares how she transformed her family’s breakfast experience to the world of possibilities outside of the cereal box. Discover more than 40 original recipes that taste good and are easy to make, using real, whole food ingredients! (Beth and I have compared notes on our breakfast books and there are something like 3-5 recipes that are even remotely similar, so if you have The Healthy Breakfast Book, you won’t be doubling up with this one!)

The Veggie Book by Sara, Danielle, Debra, Kayla
With more than 150 pages of vegetable recipes and information, The Veggie Book is your handbook for serving delicious, tasty veggies to your family. Each section includes basic nutritional info and common uses for each vegetable plus tips on selection, prep, cooking, and storage, followed by a handful of recipes featuring that vegetable.

Better Than a Box by Katie Kimball
Better Than a Box is more than just a recipe book; it’s a tutorial in real food cooking, reverse engineering processed foods, and creative recipe development. In the first 100 pages, you’ll learn step-by-step processes to transform your own family-favorite recipes by ditching the boxes and cans and using 100% real food. Through demonstrations of successful recipe remakes and the extensive section of basic recipes — including 25 entrees and 35 pantry staples — this ebook is sure to inspire you in the kitchen.

Back to School Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes by Stephanie Brandt Cornais
Slow cooker freezer recipes cut your time in the kitchen so that you can spend more time living your life. Not only can you assemble a freezer full of meals in just a couple hours, but it will only take you 5 minutes to "cook" them when you’re ready by simply dumping a bag of ingredients into your slow cooker, turning it on and walking away. In Back-to-School Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes, Stephanie offers 6 slow cooker freezer recipes that are perfect for serving your family a warm, hearty, delicious and nutritious meal without slaving away in the kitchen.

Daily Desserts by Shaina Olmanson
With beautiful photos and easy-to-follow instructions, Daily Desserts features 50 mouthwatering recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth. In Shaina’s classic style, these recipes combine unique flavors and a beautiful presentation for desserts that are perfect for your family or for sharing with others. Discover recipes for pies and tarts, cupcakes and cakes, doughnuts, fruit desserts, creams and puddings, cookies, bars, frozen treats and candies in this ebook, which is sure to become a favorite in your kitchen! Note: This book does include plenty of white sugar, so it depends where you are in your real food journey. The recipes are all from scratch, so if you’re okay with subbing sucanat you would probably still enjoy it – Shaina is a master baker and has the most mouth-watering photography. But even without it, the package is still an incredible deal.

CLICK HERE to buy the bundle, which is only available from now until next Monday, 2/17 at 8 a.m. EST. Then it’s gone for good!


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Welcome!  Meet Katie.

I embrace butter. I make homemade yogurt. I eat traditional real food – plants and animals that God created, not products of plants where food scientists work. Here at Kitchen Stewardship, I share how I strive to be a good steward of my family's nutrition, the environment, and our budget, all without spending every second in the kitchen. Learn more about the mission of KS here.

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