Happy Monday Morning! I was on a roll today and grabbed a bunch of free kindle cookbooks. I’m going to grab another cup of coffee and my kindle, curl up on the couch and decide what recipes to try first. I also came across two money saving books that look like interesting reads. As always, make sure you check that the book you are about to download is still available for free. All of them were free as of the time I’m writing this, but things can change throughout the day.
Don’t have a kindle? Amazon has a variety of Kindle Apps to read these books on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
By the way, did you my latest kindle cookbook yet? It’s all about winter soups and stews, a staple in my meal plans during the winter months. You can download it on Amazon for $2.99. Amazon reviews of the book would be much appreciated.
Potatoes are a great (and frugal) pantry staple. You can use them as a side, breakfast food, in soups and stews or even as a main dish. The recipes in this book will help inspire you to use more potatoes and to fix them in delicious and healthy ways your family will love.
Do you ever fix nothing but appetizers or snacks for dinner? I do, especially if I’m in the mood for something part of my family doesn’t like. I can fix two or three different appetizers or snacks and everyone is happy.
Need a healthy breakfast or a quick snack to help you through your busy afternoon? Try a smoothie.
When boneless, skinless chicken breast goes on sale, I stock up and freeze anything I can’t use right away. There are so many different ways to cook it into healthy, family-friendly meals. Here are 37 great recipes to use this type of meat.
Put your pressure cooker to work with these 50 recipes that will have dinner on the table fast.
Crisps and cobblers are some of my favorite desserts, especially in the wintertime. Treat your family this week with one of these simple, but oh-so delicious recipes.
This book caught my eye because these look like the perfect treats to make with the kids for Valentine’s Day.
I came across two books today that aren’t cookbooks but look interesting. Both are about saving money, something I’m always working on.
Did you know that you don’t need a kindle device to read these books? 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 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.