Save Big on Freeze-Ahead Slow Cooker Recipe Books
I’ve been a huge proponent of meal planning for about two years now.
And about four months before Finn was born, I became a huge believer in freeze-ahead meals for my slow cooker.
Why? Because I could prep multiple meals in a few hours, freeze them all, and “cooking” dinner amounted to thawing the package and turning on my slow cooker.
For a busy momma of three, this has saved me on more than one occasion.
One of the first freeze-ahead cookbooks I purchased was from Mama and Baby Love because she cooks “real” food. No processed ingredients are involved in the prep.
In anticipation of the craziness of back to school, she’s created yet another cookbook with six brand-new recipes. And she’s put a a package that includes the new cookbook (priced at $4.99), a slow-cooker tips and tricks PDF, and a two-hour audio lesson on cooking ahead. All for $4.99. Plus, her original cookbook is also on sale for $4.99 (a $9.99 value).
Essentially, you can buy both for the same price I paid for the original cookbook.
Check it out; I can personally say the recipes are phenomenal. If you scroll down the page, you’ll see plenty of pictures of her prepared recipes and a listing of what’s in each of the cookbooks.