From Your Freezer to Your Family: A Real Food eCookbook

7 Jan

Pretty sure I’ve mentioned my obsession with our slow cooker before. Literally, I should have two of them because sometimes I have more than one recipe I want to make in the slow cooker at the same time. This morning I made one of my faves…Slow cooker cinnamon apple steel cut oats.

I recently got my hands on a new and wonderful slow cooker eCookbook called From Your Freezer to Your Family, written by Stephanie Brandt Cornais from Mama and Baby Love.

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The #1 thing that stood out to me about From Your Freezer to Your Family: it’s perfect for super busy families with no time who want to cook meals from scratch with REAL ingredients!

More reasons why I love this eCookbook?

  • All of the recipes look lovely – flavorful, simple, and full of real food nutrients.
  • This eCookbook very mindful of people with food sensitivities – grain-free, gluten-free, and dairy-free or are easily adaptable.
  • The recipes are structured in make ahead steps and day-off add ins. I love made-ahead recipes. It makes our workday evenings a snap.
  • Stephanie does a great job of simplifying the basics of real food – the need for good, full fat ingredients, the benefits of knowing your farmer, swapping regular salt for sea salt, and the importance of eating fermented foods.
  • All of the recipes are made with Real Food! No real food compromises and no condensed soup in any recipe.
  • Stephanie’s heartfelt story of her personal life struggles and how it affected her relationship with the kitchen.
  • It includes grocery lists for easy reference and shopping.
  • I’ve totally been getting into using my iPhone or our laptop in the kitchen to reference recipes, instead of cookbooks, so I love that this is an eBook.
  • I’m dying to make the Healing Chicken Soup. I love that the recipe includes kale.

I know buying an eBook can feel weird sometimes because you can’t physically flip through it like you can a real copy. To put any reservations to rest, I honestly don’t know why you wouldn’t love this book and all of the recipes if you like using a slow cooker and making recipes with real, whole food ingredients. I’ve talked to a lot of people lately who keep saying “Ugh! I need to use my slow cooker more often. I always forget about it!”. Now is the time!

For a little sneak peek into From Your Freezer to Your Family, here is a recipe to try out!

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Ginger-Cranberry Pork Roast

2 pork roasts

2, 12 ounce package fresh cranberries or 2 cans of whole cranberries

1 cup peeled and sliced or minced ginger

2 tablespoons rapadura sugar

2 tablespoons of quick cooking tapioca or some other thickening agent

1 cup filtered water

Dump all ingredients (except water) into two, one gallon bags. Label and put in freezer.
Day of cooking dump contents of bag into slow cooker, add the water, and cook on low for 4 to 6 hours, or until fully cooked. Remember each slow cooker is different, so the first time you make a recipe, really watch it so you don’t over or under cook it.
Serve with sauteed broccoli in lots of butter. I cook frozen broccoli this way, no need to thaw, just dump frozen broccoli into a hot pan with hot butter and it is delicious.

You can buy the From Your Freezer to Your Family eCookbook today for only $9.99! Pretty much a steal for such a quality cookbook. Or if you’d prefer the print version, it is only $19.99. Click here or any of the hyperlinks or the photos in this post to get your copy today!



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2 Responses to “From Your Freezer to Your Family: A Real Food eCookbook”

  1. WholeGreenLove January 8, 2013 at 7:25 pm #

    Hi Brittney! Thanks for stopping by our blog! See you next week :)

  2. Brittney @ Brittney Breathing January 8, 2013 at 7:15 am #

    Mmmm, I love using our slow cooker! P.S. Hi Laura, it’s Brittney from Bible study, finally commenting!! :)

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