Happy Tuesday. This is shaping up to be another busy week and summer is finally here in full force (complete with Thunderstorms). After yesterday’s sad news in Oklahoma, you won’t hear me complaining about the weather. My thoughts and prayers go out to to everyone affected. Stay safe.
I did have a little time this morning (in between laundry loads) to look through some free kindle cookbooks. I’ve found a few great ones I’d like to share with you today.
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Eating healthy is so important and as parents, it’s our job to teach kids healthy habits. This is a great read and a quick free download. If you’re looking for more tips and recipes, check out the HBHW eBook Healthy Eating on a Budget.
What would summer be without some delicious ice cream. The only thing better is the homemade kind. Dig out that ice cream maker from under the kitchen cabinet, gather the kids and make up a batch of one of these frozen delights.
Grilled Cheese for Grownups…. YUM!!!
I shared this ebook a little while ago and have had a few mason jars with homemade vitamin water ever since. It’s a big hit and we all end up drinking more water, which is a good thing.
Eating healthy is important, but it isn’t always easy to come up with something that’s quick, easy and good for us. That’s where this little cookbook comes in. Inside you’ll find 50 recipes you can prepare in less than half an hour. Perfect for lunch or dinner during the week.
If you’ve been thinking of making your own bread, or are ready to expand your baking skills, this is a great book to have. It’s easy to navigate and the recipes are as simple as they are delicious.
Poke cakes are so much fun to make and they take a plain cake from ordinary to extra ordinary. In this little recipe book you’ll find 35 yummy recipes that are easy enough to make during the week, but tasty and “fancy” enough for potlucks and company.
A good friend of mine showed me her raised garden beds this past weekend. I love the idea and am talking with Hubby about setting one or two of them up in the backyard to grow some herbs and lettuce. This looks like the perfect book to help us get started.
101 Best Soup & Stew Recipes Ever: Including Gumbos, Chowders & Chili Recipes
I love making soups and stews. They are quick and easy, usually pretty inexpensive and I can adjust ingredients depending on what’s on sale or sitting in my pantry. As an added bonus, most soups and stew recipes can be doubled to make lunch the next day, a second night of dinner etc.
Love the title of this book and you can’t beat the price.
Don’t have a kindle? Not a problem. You can read the books on your computer and other devices. If you decide to buy one, I recommend this basic model. I’ve had one for quite some time and can highly recommend it.
I will do my best to share more free and cheap kindle books with you regularly as time permits. Subscribe to the blog or like the HBHW Facebook page to get updates each time I add more free reads.
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