All You: Delicious on a Dime Cookbook Giveaway!

I am always on the look out for cookbooks that help me to save money while having healthy meals for my family.  I love a good cookbook that gives me quick, easy, and frugal meals that my family can enjoy.  I also love pictures in my cook books.  I am one where a picture is VERY important to me choosing to make the meal.

So when I was asked if I would try out the Delicious on a Dime cook book from All you I was SO excited to see that the book had a picture for every meal and it broke down the recipe to the cost per serving!

The cookbook is divided into types of main dish, chicken, beef, vegetables, Pork, Sides, Breakfasts, and desserts.  This helps for easy planning with variety so you can use it to make your plan and get your shopping list together easily.

The recipes all look delicious and each one has tips to make cooking it easier and faster.

Here are a couple more great things about this cookbook:

  • 154 simple, money-saving recipes.
  •  Cost-per-serving estimate for each dish with many complete meals for under $10.
  • Essential time and money saving tips on each page. For example: use chicken thighs to save on cost and boost flavor.
  • Hands-on time estimates accompany each recipe so readers know how long to allow to prepare dinner.
  • Color photo and nutritional analysis for every recipe.
  • Creative new tastes, such as Korean Beef Stir-fry (pg. 66), Curried Pumpkin Soup with Spicy Pumpkin Seeds (pg. 126) and Rosé Poached Pears (pg. 164).
  • Timeless recipes poised to become new classics, such as Dijon-Marmalade-Glazed Baked Ham (pg. 82), Bacon-wrapped Chicken Breast with Sage (pg. 52) and Cheesy Potato Gratin (pg. 152).

All You has given me the chance to give away 3 copies of this wonderful cookbook!!!!

Enter below for your chance to win!

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Good luck!

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  1. I love to cook everything! This time of year I get requests for homemade cinnamon rolls, fudge, caramels, peppermint bark, raspberry brownies, and a variety of cookies.

  2. Jeanette M C says:

    I like to cook whatever is easy to cook. I don’t like recipes that are too in depth.

  3. Kimberly C says:

    I like to cook casseroles because they are easy to cook.

  4. Would love to win this!

  5. Christina says:

    I just LOVE to cook. I don’t care what it is, I love trying new recipes and I am willing to try anything once.

  6. My favorite thing to cook is desserts! 🙂

  7. Elizabeth Kelly says:

    I don’t really cook much, but reheat or make premade things. Always trying to learn to cook more healthier.

  8. Sara DeLeeuw says:

    I love to bake this time of year, but I also like to cook healthy, fun and delicious meals for my family! Mostly comfort foods, but I LOVE experimenting with flavors!

  9. anything simple and easy. Mostly my husband does the cooking but when I do have to cook I like to heat up soup or do grilled cheese

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