Thanks to Sellers Publishing, I was sent a set of cookbooks from the Good Food At Home series to review here on At Home Moma.
The Good Food At Home series includes cookbooks for Slow Cooker Classics From Around the World, Make-Ahead Meals, Quick, Cheap Comfort Food, Leftover Makeovers, and Weeknight Desserts.
Each of these books contains recipes that either give the convenience of planning ahead, quick preparation, ease of preparation, or frugality.
This dessert was not only easy to make, but the dough could be kept in the refrigerator for up to a week or frozen up to 2 months.
The recipe used basic ingredients like flour, baking soda, sugar, salt, an egg, and most were things that I already had. All I really needed to do was pick up brown sugar and semi-sweet chocolate chips. I was even able to substitute the butter for margarine. This was a very convenient recipe to make and frugal, since it contained standard ingredients.
The best part of course was serving fresh cookies to the kids and seeing the smiles and chocolate on their faces. In addition, I only made a few at a time and stored the rest in the refrigerator, so each night of that week the kids got freshly baked cookies.
Plus, I recommend that you read the captions before each recipe. It was neat to see that these recipes have been prepared by a real person, and many of them have a personal story behind them.
Each of these books retail at $14.95. Slow Cooker Classics From Around the World ISBN13: 978-1-4162-0637-8, Make-Ahead Meals ISBN13: 978-1-4162-0622-4, Quick, Cheap Comfort Food ISBN13: 978-1-4162-0781-8, and Leftover Makeovers ISBN13: 978-1-4162-0607-1 was authored by Victoria Shearer, and Weeknight Desserts ISBN13: 978-1-4162-0590-6 was authored by Beatrice Ojakangas. To learn more about this series visit sellerspublishing.com.
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