Free e-book – 46 recipes for easy everyday food

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Free e-book - 46 recipes for easy, everyday food

The key to eating well most of the time?

Resolve and a great stash of recipes for easy everyday food. 

At least that’s my take on it.

I don’t have a perfect track record, mind you, but most days I can get good food on the table. Let’s just say I live by the 80/20 rule when it comes to feeding my family.

When people ask me about supper hour in our house, this is what I tell them…

Eating well when you’re busy can seem like the impossible but it’s more a matter of resolve and a great stash of recipes than it is time and effort…Some if the tastiest recipes have barely a handful of ingredients and are quick to whip up, even of spending time in the kitchen isn’t really your thing.

Which brings me to our newest “great stash of recipes”…

 

Free e-book - 46 recipes for easy, everyday food

 

Here on the Molasses and More blog we’re trying to make it easier for people to make good food, every day, which is why we’re pleased to be sharing another e-book.

Making Life Delicious incudes 46 of our favourite tried-and-true recipes; a good mix of breads and cookies, cakes and veggies and main dish meals too.

It’s a collection of everyday food. These are recipes that don’t require a whole lot of time to prepare and that are wholesome and satisfying.

These are recipes for easy everyday food.

This free e-book is easy to view — just click and the file will open for you. No e-reader required. Feel free to download it to your own computer if you prefer.

Here’s to eating well, every day. .

Enjoy!

Bridget

 

By the way, we have a growing library of free e-books on Molasses and More. Take a peek…

 

26 thoughts on “Free e-book – 46 recipes for easy everyday food

  1. limda hannah says:

    Yes plz send me ur new e book my address is 50 park st # 106. RR#1RIPLEY ontario canada. ty

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Linda, Our new book, Making Life Delicious, is only available as an e-book, don’t have printed copies. But I’d be happy to mail you a copy of our Family Favourites cookbook. Would you mind confirming if your name is “Limda” or “Linda”. (I have assumed it’s Linda, but you never know…)

      1. Amy says:

        > Would you mind mailing me a copy of the family favorite cookbook please. I love cooking anything with Grandma Molasses molasses. My address is 14 Ferguson Rd., Hanwell, NB, E3E 2E4. Thank you

        1. Bridget Oland says:

          Hi Amy, We’d be happy to send you a copy of our Family Favourites cookbook. Watch for it in the mail over the next couple of weeks.

  2. james edwards says:

    I think that this is the best thing ever.what great recipies and we love making molasses cookies for our grand kids as I been eating molasses all of my life.keep up the good work we just love your e-book recipie.

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Thanks James. We’re having a great time creating e-book so it’s good to hear you’re enjoying them. Even better to know you’re making cookies for your grand kids.

  3. Lorraine says:

    Hi there;
    I tried the Molasses Walnut Scones with Vanilla Glaze to bring to a ladies meeting and they were a hit! They disappeared in seconds and there was cheesecake and other goodies to choose from. 🙂 I didn’t have walnuts so I substituted raisins in the biscuits and chopped pecans on top. It was a nice combination. I would recommend mixing the nuts in the glaze so that they will stick easier and be less fussy for bakers like me. I will definitely make these again. Thanks for the great recipes.

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Lorraine, Thanks for the suggestion to add the nuts to the glaze. You’re right , they fall off too easily so having them mixed with the glaze makes sense. Glad everyone loved them!

  4. Debbie says:

    Could you please forward the 46 page e-book. I would love to use it!
    Thanks,
    Debbie

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Debbie, I hope the e-book arrived safely.

  5. Lorraine says:

    Hi there;
    I just made another recipe from Making Life Delicious and it was another hit. I brought the Irish Soda Bread with Molasses Sunday to a big potluck of 32 women and it disappeared quickly. Everyone loved the texture and taste. It is good to eat with your meal or to have with tea after the meal. I didn’t have currants so I used raisins but will try the currants next time I make it.

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Lorraine – I’m so pleased that you’re enjoying the cookbook. Thanks for letting me know, I appreciate it!

  6. Gloria says:

    Never mind the above question. Figured it out…

    1. Bridget Oland says:

      Hi Gloria, Glad you figured it out and hope you are enjoying the e-book.

  7. Dagmar Hubley says:

    Could you please mail me your Family Favorites cookbook. I would appreciate it so very much. Thank you
    PO Box 9
    RR#3
    Westville, NS
    B0K 2A0

    1. We’d be happy to mail you a copy of our Family Favourites cookbook. Watch for it in the mail over the next couple of weeks.

  8. Marlene Robins says:

    would you please send me a free copy of your 82 page Grandma Molasses Family Favourites , recipe book. my address is 104 Elder RD. R R # 4 Roseneath Ontario. kok 2×0

    1. Hi Marlene, We’d be happy to mail you a copy of our Family Favourites cookbook. Watch for it over the next couple of weeks.

  9. ruth coleman says:

    Could you please send a copy of your Family Favourites cookbook.
    Ruth Coleman
    145 Proctor Street
    Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
    N7T-3G3

    1. Hi Ruth,
      We’ll get a book in the mail to you within the next two weeks.

  10. JP says:

    The making life delicious link is dead could you repost please so I can add to my iBooks?

    1. Kelsey Reid says:

      Hi there, the link has been fixed. Thank you

  11. Marianne Labbe says:

    Hi, my name is Marianne Labbe. I would like to receive your free book in the mail. My address is 5024 Rue de Savoie, Pierrefonds Quebec, H8Z-1C2. Thank you for your time.

    1. Lynn Purdy says:

      Marianne, I will mail you a copy the first of next week. Watch for it in the mail. Thanks for the request.

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