Holiday Entertaining Guide E-book

Erin Chase, $5 Dollar Dinner Mom, has a fabulous e-book all about budget friendly Holiday Entertaining  and it’s on sale this weekend only for the crazy budget friendly price of only 49 cents!  I downloaded it to my Kindle and in all honesty, for only 49 cents, I really only expected to maybe get a recipe or two that would interest me.  After all, I’m a foodie and love to cook and entertain and often when I see a book of this sort, I look through it thinking, “yeah yeah, I’ve seen all of this before”.  Plus, we have our favourite recipes, our holiday traditions and it takes something pretty amazing to make me veer away from those.  I was pleasantly surprised by this book.  For one thing, it’s not just recipes.  There are ideas for table decorations, place cards, and even conversation starters.  With your purchase, you get access to free holiday printables to help you plan your menu, grocery shopping list, table decor and more.  There’s even a bonus 10 holiday dessert recipes!

As for the recipes, my “to try” list is already filled with such yummy sounding delights as cider glazed turkey, pumpkin eggnog, and roasted sweet potato salad…all in all, I’ve already picked out 15 recipes that I want to try out this holiday season!  The recipes are not only economical but look very easy to make and sound so delicious! I should have known this book would be a hit after the number of times I have used her original $5 Dollar Dinner Mom Cookbook (which, by the way, I saw advertised at for under $6 – what a bargain!).  In case you haven’t guessed already, I highly recommend this Holiday Entertaining Guide e-book and suggest you snatch it right up while it’s on sale for the ridiculously low price of only 49 cents! By the way, you don’t have to own a Kindle or other electronic reading device to get this book – it can be downloaded to your computer or iPad as well.

Check out this link for more information and a coupon code for ordering:

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One Comment

  1. Nick says:

    Funny… I’ve been on a mission to remove all dessert recepies from my house, but my wife’s been arguing with me the whole time :) Apparently our 2-year-old is a pastry chef in training. But, based on your review – and the price from the $5 blog – I’ll point it out to her. My guess is it’s going to cost me 49 cents and one extra belt loop! :)

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