Cook for Thanksgiving TODAY! (Giveaway)

Once a Month Mom Holiday 2010 eCookbookWe all know that I love Freezer Cooking and Batch Cooking and…well, I just like cooking in general don’t I. However, I really love cooking when I’m not in a rush to cook. I like cooking when I can cook when I want to and how much I want to. I like cooking when I have actual time to cook. Then, when it’s time for dinner, I just pull something from the fridge or freezer, and it’s ready in a snap. This, my friends, makes me so happy.

Tricia at Once a Month Mom understands this happiness. That is why I love her. She understands that a full freezer means a stress free mealtime. She understands that a bit of work on one day can result in weeks of meals that flow to the table with ease. She understands it so well that she gives us (that’s right you too) monthly meal ideas for FREE! That’s right! Every month, there is a new menu on all ready for you to enjoy. You should really check it out.

Now that I have told you how AWESOME Tricia is, I’m going to take it up a notch. Oooo I sound like an infomercial. Tricia has created a Holiday eCookbook for us this year. I am SO EXCITED! In fact, I was so excited when I heard about it that I bought one before I got her email telling me she wanted me to review it for her and give one away. Yep! I’m giving away a copy people! Get those fingers ready.

This eCookbook is a step-by-step resource for cooking Thanksgiving and/or Christmas dinner ahead and freezing it. Like all Once A Month Mom menus it contains grocery lists, instructions, recipe cards and labels. Since it is a holiday menu, there are resources for those serving a family of 8 and those serving a family of 16. Here are the recipes that are contained in the ecookbook:

  • Veggie Pizza
  • Pumpkin Cheeseball
  • Scalloped Corn
  • Freezer Mashed Potatoes
  • Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes**
  • Slow Cooker Stuffing**
  • Make Ahead Butterhorn Rolls
  • Turkey Baste**
  • Cranberry Mustard Ham Glaze**
  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Caramel Apple Pie Trifle

**Indicates newly created recipes.

Here are some additional features:

  • A choice of preparing an 8 serving or 16 serving dinner.
  • Step-By-Step instructions for cooking your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinners ahead and freezing the items.
  • Grocery lists for the 8 serving or 16 serving dinner.
  • Customized labels for each of your prepared items.
  • Recipe cards containing photographs and some step-by-step photos as well.
  • Recipe cards for each of the recipes.

Did you see that recipe list? FABULOUS! Did you see that there are grocery lists for 8 OR 16 servings? AWESOME! Did you see that there are labels? LOVE IT! For some reason I really do love the labels. It’s my Type A personality I guess. Did you see that there are photos! AMAZING!

You can order and download your own copy of The Once A Month Mom Holiday eCookbook for only $9.99. You’re going to want to get it today so that you can cook this weekend. Wouldn’t you love to have the majority of your Thanksgiving dinner already made two weeks before the day? Can I get a Whoop! Whoop!

Tricia has generously given me one copy of her eCookbook to give away to one of my readers. Enter by leaving a comment and telling me which recipe from the eCookbook you would most like to try.

For additional entries (leave a separate comment for each):

This giveaway is open until Sunday, November 14th, when I will draw a winner at random. Feel free to purchase your copy in the meantime. If you win, you will be refunded the cost of purchase.

Disclosure: I was given a copy of the eCookbook to review and one to share with my readers. All opinions of how fabulous The Once A Month Mom is are my own.


Congratulations to Earleen for winning the Holiday eCookbook!

Earleen wants to try the Turkey Baste. I do too!

Thanks for everyone who participated.

0 thoughts on “Cook for Thanksgiving TODAY! (Giveaway)

  1. I love cooking, especially when I have nothing but time and no one to bother me. With Christmas comming up I cannot wait to cook for the family. I just need to make sure that nobody is anywhere near the kitchen for while I prepare it. That said there are a couple recipes here that are definately going to find their way onto the table this year. After a trial run run of course.

  2. We’ve been reading the ‘how to’ and downloading some recipes from her website. We plan to have our first big cooking day next weekend. So excited! I’d love to try the Caramel Apple Pie Trifle!

  3. I’m not entering for obvious reasons but have what I thought was a funny story. I dreamed last night that there was a caramel pumpkin triffle and entered so I could get the recipe. You know my feelings about pumpkin so that’s why I thought it was funny. You are such a great cook and I think you are so wonderful to share with others how you feed the masses. šŸ™‚

  4. Good afternoon from East Tennessee! I love Trifle! I love all the different variations that one can invent with that one basic recipe! but, I must admit the Caramel Apple Pie Trifle sounds heavenly and loaded with calories, but, of course, calories can be adjusted as needed! So, that would be my choice of a recipe to try. I enjoy OAMC and have just re-enacted it back into my life. Even Old women can learn new tricks, specially since I still have three children (20, 21, adn 23) at home and we are retired. Well, I retired but I do substitute as a CNA instructor for the local Vo-tech class. Well, I have written way too much. I have a tendency to do so! Have a wonderful Holiday season everyone!

  5. Carmel apple pie trifle sounds great right now. Then again, I’m also interested in her freezer mashed potatoes, since she recently re-discovered her own recipe and again decided it was one of her favorites.

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