{Now Closed} Once A Month Mom’s Holiday eBook {Giveaway}

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Once a Month Mom Holiday 2010 eCookbook

Just in time for your holiday cooking and baking, The Once A Month Mom (aka Tricia Callahan) has released her first-ever eCookbook, aptly titled, Once A Month Mom Holiday eCookbook.

Once A Month Mom

I have followed Tricia’s blog for over two years now, and I am definitely a fan. In fact, her baby food recipes saved me when Meleah was learning to eat, and I did not want her eating jarred baby food.

Tricia always includes step-by-step instructions on her OAMC, recipes, and how-tos. I first got my taste of “bulk,” or “once-a-month cooking,” from Tricia.

While I admired Tricia’s skills from afar, I am now blessed to call her a friend, as I got to know her better when we did the Back2School Giveaway together.

Holiday eCookbook

This eCookbook is a step-by-step resource for cooking Thanksgiving and/or Christmas dinner ahead, and freezing it.

Like all Once A Month Mom menus it contains grocery lists, instructions, recipe cards and labels. Since it is a holiday menu, there are resources for those serving a family of 8 and those serving a family of 16.

Here are the recipes that are contained in the ecookbook:

* Veggie Pizza
* Pumpkin Cheeseball
* Scalloped Corn
* Freezer Mashed Potatoes
* Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes
* Slow Cooker Stuffing
* Make Ahead Butterhorn Rolls
* Turkey Baste
* Cranberry Mustard Ham Glaze
* Pumpkin Pie
* Caramel Apple Pie Trifle

Some additional features include:

  • A choice of preparing an 8 serving or 16 serving dinner.
  • Step-by-step instructions for cooking your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners ahead and freezing the items.
  • Grocery lists for the 8 serving or 16 serving dinner.
  • Customized labels for each of your prepared items.
  • Recipe cards containing photographs and some step-by-step photos as well.

What I Think

I have already read through the entire eCookbook, and when she says, “step-by-step,” she means detailed step-by-step instructions!

A first-timer will love the detailed, numbered steps with easy-to-understand directions. You can’t go wrong!

A more experienced cook will appreciate the care and time that Tricia has put into this, as well as the lovely pictures.

And, hey… no matter your cooking experience, you just can’t beat having everything put out in front of you as Tricia has with this book.

How You Can Get A Copy

Purchase your copy of Once a Month Mom Holiday 2010 eCookbook ($9.99), and get your holiday cooking started off right.

Now through November 1st it is 40% off ($5.99) when you use the code OAMM40.

Enter my giveaway to win your very own copy. {If you are reading this in an email or feed reader, please click through to the post to enter.}

One of you can snag a copy of Once a Month Mom Holiday 2010 eCookbook by filling out the survey to enter the giveaway. One survey per person, please.

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE SURVEY.

The giveaway will close on Thursday, October 28th, at 11:59 pm, CST. The winner will be emailed and their name listed in a post, so those of you who did not win still have a chance to purchase your own copy at the 40% off price.

I am leaving comments open, but PLEASE do not leave your entry to the survey in the comments. Those will be deleted and will not count.

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Disclosure: I was given an eCookbook to review and give my opinion on… which means the opinions you see here are mine. If you purchase a cookbook through the link above, I will receive a portion of the sales through the OAMM affiliate program. I was not monetarily compensated for this review.

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