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Free Holiday Recipes

Posted on Wednesday, November 25th, 2009 at 12:21 pm
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Hosting the holidays this year may be a bit of a challenge. I have been looking for good recipes with low cost ingredients that will feed a crowd. Thankfully, there are plenty of free holiday recipe resources.

Have you checked out Allrecipes.com? This free site has many, many recipes. What I really like about it is that the recipes are all rated and reviewed by others. Reviews often contain suggestions for improvements and alternative versions. Plus, these recipes are easily scaled up or down.

Another great source of recipes are free recipe books and booklets. These books can either be downloaded or come through the regular mail. They often include coupons along with the recipes, which is always a good thing, right?

Here are some of my favorite current offers.

Thanksgiving Hotline Cookbook from Martha Stewart (Download)

Description from the site: “Many of the chefs’ recipes can be found in the Martha Stewart Thanksgiving Hotline Recipes Cookbook. Just click below for your copy of each delicious chapter, from desserts to, of course, turkey.”

Gooseberry Patch Fall Favorites with Sun-Maid® Raisins & Dried Fruit (Mailed)

Description from the site: “To receive the Free Fall Favorite Cookbook, please fill in the information below. No purchase necessary. Allow 4 weeks for delivery. Subject to withdrawal without notice, limit 1 per address. U.S. & Canada addresses only.”

Carnation Holiday Recipe Guide (Mailed or Download–your choice)

Description from the site: “The holiday season is filled with fun and food to be had—from potluck parties to festive brunches to game day gatherings. Let CARNATION help you find easy and delicious ways to keep your whole quirky clan full of that holiday spirit.”

Land O’ Lakes Homemade for the Holidays

Description from the site: “Fill your holidays with joy and home-baked treats with special recipes from our free Homemade for the Holidays! recipe brochure.”

Paula Deen’s Holiday Hosting Guide (Download)

Happy Cooking!

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