Buy One Get Four Free Whole Food Cookbooks– and a $325+ Giveaway.

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Hey readers.

I have told you before that I am not one to promote tons of book bundles.  There are sooo many on the market today it’s hard to sort through them all and get the really good ones, you know?

Well, this one is really good and so I am recommending it to you.

Great books at a great savings–more than 78% off.

You only pay $13.95 for books that retail for $63.82

Basically it’s like buying one of the books and getting the other 4 for free.

I’ve got all of these books – so let me tell you about them (I really try to know “my stuff” before encouraging you to buy anything.  That’s being honest, you know :)?

If you know me and my background at all, you will know that my favorite book in this bundle is–

Just Making Ice Cream by Marillyn Beard

113 pages.  Retail Price:  $12.00

Just Making Ice Cream

With 113 pages and over 70 recipes to choose through all 4 seasons of the year, if you are an ice cream lover, you just can’t miss with this book!

Included in this Ice Cream Cookbook:

  • 10 reasons why you should make your own ice cream
  • Ice cream 101: ingredients, tips and equipment
  • How to choose an ice cream maker
  • 5 ways to make ice cream without a maker
  • Know your frozen desserts
  • How to make these treats dairy-free and
  • MORE!

I used to work in an ice cream parlor.

It was one of those places with loads of great flavors and cut up candy bars to put on top.

Bad, bad idea.

I practically lived off the stuff in those days.

I still love ice cream, but no more sugar-laden ice cream for me.  You can see from my Chocolate Almond Chip and Mint Chocolate Chip recipes that I am now mostly dairy-free and completely sugar-free.

Well, take it from this ice cream lover that this is an amazing book.

Can you imagine the following ice cream flavors melting in your mouth?:

  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Dough
  • Butter Vanilla Butterscotch
  • Cinnamon Toffee Snickerdoodle
  • Salty Caramel Pecan
  • Quadruple Chocolate Crunch and how about…
  • Dirty Polar Bear (:)!)

Need I say more?

Well, I will :).  You get more than 30 ice cream & gelato recipes, 9 cultured milk recipes, 10 sherbet recipes and 10 sorbet recipes along with natural sweetener & milk alternatives that will keep you busy taste-testing all summer long!

I am not a pushy sales-ey type, but you really need to get this book!  Stop paying over $7 for a pint of dairy-free, sugar-free ice cream and make it yourself :)!  After making just one batch of this ice cream you will have paid for the whole bundle :)!

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Nourished Cooking by Sarah Smith

121 pages / Retail Value: $11.95

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This book looks wonderful. All the recipes are nutrient-dense, gluten-free, and use no refined sweeteners. There are 49 GAPS-legal recipes and 58 grain-free recipes, suitable for primal eating.

Sarah has experience with the GAPS diet and with modifying it afterwards to include some grains and beans.  I love her story (included in the book) and love her approach to healing–thoughtful and realistic.

Nourished Cooking has over 60 nutrient-dense, gluten-free, and yummy (:)) recipes. It’s perfect for those who eat whole foods, as well as those on grain-free diets such as GAPS, primal/paleo,and SCD.

So many of the recipes look wonderful, but some of the ones that really caught my eye are:

  • Lemon Coconut Muffins
  • Spring Rolls with Sesame Lime Sauce (I have a real thing for spring rolls)
  • Pizza Toasts
  • Fried Green Tomatoes (this is what I am going to do with any tomatoes that don’t make it from our garden :)!)

In all, you get:

  • 8 Breakfasts, including Lemon Coconut Muffins and Mushroom & Cheddar Crustless Quiche,
  • 20 Main Courses, including Italian Wedding Soup and Double Cheese Burgers,
  • 10 Sides, including grain-free Cheesy Bread and Zucchini Spaghetti Noodles,
  • 18 Desserts, including grain-free Strawberry Chocolate Layer Cake and Chocolate Chip Cookies, and
  • 7 Condiments/Sauces/Fermented Foods, including Easy Pizza Sauce and Tartar Sauce.


Beyond Grain and Dairy by Starlene Stewart

166 pages / Retail Value:$16.97

Beyond Grain and Dairy

This wonderful book is a compilation of 113 delicious and special-diet-friendly recipes that look simply delish.

Her recipes are made with no gluten, grains, dairy, gums, corn, soy, or processed sugar. What’s left you ask?  Plenty!

I love this book and can’t wait to make:

  • Her hubby’s Best Chili
  • Her hubby’s Chicken Soup that apparently tastes like it came out of a can–but of course, is MUCH better for you
  • Polka-Dot Chocolate Cake
  • Pumpkin Poppers (donut holes made with pumpkin!  These look truly Ahmazing!)
  • Loads of Frosting recipes
  • Coconut Peanut Butter Balls

Tons of people find that their health issues are caused by gluten and/or dairy.  In fact, we’ve moved our whole family to a gluten-free diet.  And beyond that, many find that either reducing or eliminating grains from their diet makes great improvements in health as well.

There are also a number of diets (GAPS and SCD, for example) that are used either lifelong or for a period of time to allow the body’s gut to heal.  We are considering trying GAPS for my son and/or myself, in fact.  The recipes in this book would be invaluable for folks on such diets.

Photos are included for every recipe (this means a TON to me–I love seeing what I am going to be making), and there is a clickable Table of Contents plus an Ingredients Index so you can easily find recipes that work for what you have in your pantry–regardless of how well-stocked or not you are :)!

 

Adventures with Kids In the Kitchen by Chara Shopp

79 pages / Retail Value: $14.95

Adventures with Kids in the Kitchen

In this book, Chara encourages and teaches you when, how, and why to bring your kids into the kitchen. You’ll learn:

  • Why you want your kids in the kitchen  (more reasons than you might suspect). There are big benefits!
  • When to train your children
  • A step by step process for teaching culinary skills to your kiddos
  • How to pass on skills used in a real food kitchen- soaking, sprouting, culturing, and much more! (Don’t worry, Chara teaches you the skills too in case there are some you don’t know already!)
  • Age appropriate things kids can do in the kitchen (printable)
  • A printable list of over 140 kitchen skills to learn and practice!
  • And more…

Chara is a humorous teacher and mother of 3 who will help you and your family succeed with real food cooking. Whether you’re a gourmet cook or just learning to find your way in the kitchen, you’ll find practical ideas and suggestions for how to get your kids in the hub of the home with you, and enjoying cooking, culturing, cleaning and celebrating their time.  These are lifetime skills you can bless your kiddos with!

Real Food Party Menus by KerryAnn Foster

22 pages/Retail Value: $7.95

Real Food Party Menus

KerryAnn is a great cook and she has a ton of experience managing special diets.

If you or a loved one is on a special diet, you know how hard it can be to go to a party or throw one.  For us, that has been a real struggle–we’d love to have folks over, but it’s hard to figure out what to make that we can eat–and guests will love.

KerryAnn makes it simple with this fabulous cookbook where she lays out 3 full party menus that you can easily mix and match.

Check out some of the recipes that you will receive with this great resource:

  • Honey Garlic Chicken Wings
  • Chicken Tarragon
  • Homemade BBQ Sauch
  • Dairy-Free Ranch Dressing
  • Peanut Butter Balls
  • Lemon Pie
  • and much, much more

Basically, you get three gluten-free and dairy-optional party menus, ranging from casual to more formal meals.  You get the best of both worlds- guests don’t complain about the food and you don’t have to go off of your eating style or be exposed to allergens–and feel icky after the celebrating is over.

Buy Now Button5 eBooks, retail value of $63.82, for only $13.95!

Remember – this sale is for ONE WEEK ONLY! (and since I am posting this late in the week, you only have 4 days…Sorry folks.  Things have been just crazy here.)

This bundle deal disappears on July 22nd at 11:59pm PST

Have some questions about the technical aspects of the bundle?

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And now–for the Giveaway!

The prizes are listed in the Rafflecopter Widget.  They are valued at over $325.  No purchase necessary to participate but you can get extra entries if you buy the bundle.  Enjoy!

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What do you think?  It’s a great set of books, isn’t it?  I’m so glad to share this one with you!

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So—I’m guessing it’s the Ice Cream Book, but just in case–which book most appeals to you?

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  1. Susan Alexander says:

    The subscription part in the giveaway isn’t working…

  2. Barbara says:

    Definitely the ice cream one.

  3. Just made the purchase of this bundle. Was hugely disappointed that “Real Food Party Menus” by KerryAnn Foster Book had no food images, no resemblance whatsoever to what was advertised here on this page. It only has 11 pages of actual recipes (the rest was just intro, planning/shopping sheet). I would not have paid retail price $7.95 for that. I get that it’s a bundle, but, we want quality bundle. The other 4 books in the bundle was mostly over 100 pages, with lovely illustration (I am a visual person). However, I’m VERY disappointed with KeryyAnn Foster’s 11 pages-recipe-BOOKLET ! :(

    • Hi Zara. I am sorry that you were disappointed with that book. I don’t think I misrepresented it. I said it was a layout of 3 party menus. Is you think I should change something please let me know. I too am a visual person, as you can see by my saying how much I appreciate cookbooks with photos. Would you like me to pass that on to her? Or you could yourself. Constructive criticism can be very helpful. I’m glad you are pleased with the rest of the bundle.

    • Hi Zara. I did contact KerryAnn with your concerns. She said that the description was quite clear and that she priced the book inline with the pricing of her menu mailers which she sells on her blog. I am sorry if you felt you read otherwise. I do think that I was clear in outlining what the book contained. Let me know if that helps. Thanks.

      • Hi Adrienne. Thanks for getting back. I’m over my initial shock. As I explained before, the other 4 books are of high quality, most of which are over 100 pages, with beautiful illustration, with lots of information & recipes. This last book (Real Food Party Menus), in my opinion, was not of the same quality as the other books, it only had 11 pages of actual recipe. The cover-picture of the advertised book, as you can see on your webpage has illustration at the front, which makes me to believe that the inside would be similar. However, there was not a single illustration inside the book. Again, the other 4 books had a pretty accurate representation of the advertised-cover-picture with what was inside.

        It’s not your fault, you didn’t write the book. However, I just think that every single book in the bundle needs to be of the same quality. I’m happy with the other 4, just don’t think this last one was on the same level as the other 4. Out of 22 pages, there were only 11 pages (actually less, if I wanted to be pedantic, because a couple of them were only 1/2 page full).

        You can get lots of books for free on amazon these days, or pay 0.99 cents for a much better quality. Perhaps, you would like to think about this in the future. I would have probably preferred to get only the 4 quality books, at say $9.99-$10.99, instead of 5 for $13.95.

        On a positive note, thank you for getting back and responding to my comments. I would think that most bloggers would probably have just ignored it. But, you didn’t. You cared about your readers & took the time to respond & follow up. So, I honour you for your commitment & dedication. Thank you.

        • Hi Zara. You are so welcome. Thank you for your kind words. I try to take care of all of my readers. It’s tough…..and I spend a little too much time, but I am working on that :).

          To explain the bundles better, I did not combine these books. They are put together by other folks and they try to arrange it so there are enough books w/ enough monetary value to offer a nice discount to readers. So it’s hard. I don’t even have a book yet :). I hope to soon. I have been asked to do it but I want it to be good quality. I hear you on the concerns about KerryAnns. To be fair, it might not be pretty but I have tried a few of her recipes and was only disappointed with one so hopefully you will love them and it will be worth it :).

          Take care!