Real Food e-Cookbooks

We thought you might enjoy four of our favorite “real food” e-books from some of our affiliate partners this holiday season:

"Festive Traditions" book seen on 100 Days of Feal Food1. Festive Traditions
A Real Food Guide to the Holidays

With the holidays upon us, this book couldn’t be any more timely. Find 31 delicious, real food recipes including pumpkin bars, soaked oatmeal pecan waffles, autumn stuffed squash, sweet potato casserole, eggnog, apple cake with caramel sauce and more! If you’re looking for some holiday dishes to serve at a party or an extra-special (yet still real food) Christmas morning, this has some wonderful options. The Traditional Buckeye recipe is looking pretty tempting!

Cost: $7.95

SPECIAL DEAL: Use code “100DAYS” and receive 25% off!!
(Final cost = $5.96)

 

Stuffed Acorn Squash seen on 100 Days of Feal Food
Stuffed Acorn Squash from “Festive Traditions”

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"Natural Cocktails" book seen on 100 Days of Feal Food2. Natural Cocktails
Classic and Contemporary Mixed Drinks for the Real Foodie

Let’s face it – for some of us, holidays just wouldn’t be the same without a cocktail (and sometimes even two). Time off with family, a season to celebrate, and a great meal can be even better with a delicious drink. With Natural Cocktails, learn how to make traditional/foundational cocktails, homemade Marachino Cherries, mixers, flavorings, garnishes and more. This book also includes Martini’s, Manhattans, and Real Margaritas – without the mixers that have corn syrup. How about a Jack and Coke without the corn syrup-laden soda? Or Hot Toddy’s, Spiced Cider and Grogg? This book will teach you to make all of these and more. Cheers!

Cost: $22 ON SALE FOR $18 UNTIL 12/31/12

 

Homemade Aromatic Cocktail Bitters seen on 100 Days of Feal Food
Homemade Aromatic Cocktail Bitters from “Natural Cocktails”

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3. Clean Eating Slow Cooker"Clean Eating Slow Cooker" book seen on 100 Days of Real Food

Busy days, colder weather, and the urge for a comforting meal call for a slow cooker! From the creator of the “5 Dinners in 1 Hour” meal planning service comes a book that features 4 weeks of 4 recipes for each. Think Creamy Turkey & Potatoes, Asian Spiced Beef, Pork & Kale, Bluberry French Toast and more. Each week has 3 dinner recipes and 1 breakfast recipe and shopping lists to go along with them.

 Cost: $5

 

Blueberry French Toast seen on 100 Days of Real Food
Blueberry French Toast from “Clean Eating Slow Cooker”

And last but CERTAINLY not least …

"Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes" seen on 100 Days of Real Food4. From Your Freezer to Your Family
Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes

Healthy meals that take almost no effort? Sign us up! Stephanie Brandt Cornais from the “Mama and Baby Love” blog combines both easy and delicious in her real food recipes (35 total) that include classic dishes and more along with grocery lists to boot. Think Pork and Butternut Squash, Polynesian Chicken, Cajun Shrimp or Kale, Sausage and Lentils. The recipes are 95% grain-free, gluten-free and dairy-free, and you can assemble them in advance in a couple of hours and fill your freezer. Then simply pull them out and throw them in the slow cooker when you are in need of a meal.

Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes seen on 100 Days of Real Food
Your freezer can look like this with “From Your Freezer to Your Family”

Cost: $9.99


 

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10 thoughts on “Real Food e-Cookbooks”

  1. The slow cooker one looks interesting as does the cocktail one. I feel like it is easier to eat healthy food, but when it comes to drink I feel like I have to give up stuff I love unless I just want to drink beer.

    1. Agreed! You will love either (or both). The cocktail book really is unique and has some fun drinks within that you can use always. Let us know if you get one!

  2. Really interested in purchasing one of these cookbooks but what format are they in as e books? I have an iPad and a nook but want to make sure I can access the cookbook on one of these. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

    1. Hey Michele!

      My eCookbook, From Your Freezer To Your Family, Slow Cooker Freezer Recipes is in PDF format. So if you buy the book, you will be emailed with a link to download the book. You can download it to your computer, or if you have the free adobe reader app on your phone or ipad you can also view it there! Let me know if you have any questions!

    2. Thank you to everyone. I am really excited to try the recipes. I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease a few months ago and my doctor recommend cutting out preservatives and fake sugars as they are really bad for your digestive system!

    1. Happy to hear! We hope you enjoy both of them! Would love to hear your favorite recipes that you make from them. Happy cooking!:)

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