Gooseberry Patch Giveaway: Simple Shortcut Recipes Cookobook

It’s time…time to win your very own copy of Gooseberry Patch’s just released Simple Shortcut Recipes.

If you are a person who relies on quick and easy recipes that have been tried, tested and proven to be delish, then this book needs to be added to your collection. A few of the recipes have been tried and trued in this house already…

The ham and cheese sammies on Hawaiian rolls recipe is in this cookbook.

My friend Cris over at Goodness Gracious had her recipe for deep dish pizza published in the cookbook too!

And then you have already seen that I have made corn dog muffins and strawberry pretzel salad.

But I didn’t stop there. I think my new go-to Sunday morning breakfast casserole will be the flaky ham and egg bake.

And I feel like you can never go wrong with an Asian coleslaw either.

Loving what you are seeing? Then register to win your own copy. You have till March 27 at 11:59 pm to enter. Make sure you enter as many times as you can! You don’t want to miss out!

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Gooseberry Patch gave me Simple Shortcut Recipes to review and giveaway. Opinions of recipes are mine. Associate links were used.

Comments

  1. Kelly says

    I love my food chopper upper thingy from pampered chef! It's great for chopping onions, peppers, nuts, etc…

  2. Anonymous says

    Either prepping the night before of the trusty slow cooker….(and of course your fab recipes!!) Love those ham sammies!!!

    Cristi

  3. Jane Houin says

    We're trying the ham sammies tonight! My fave timesaver is on onion chopper/diced – 1 chop & half your onion is ready to go! :)

  4. Beth says

    Before the kids get up in the morning, I chop any veggies that are going in that night's dinner (if I am making soup or something). Then, when it's time to make the soup, I just dump everything in– easy peasy!

  5. Sunnie says

    When I bake, I like to set out my ingrediants that I will be using. I put them away as I add them. This will let me know what I have used already and its put away.
    sunniewoodyplus2 atmsn.com

  6. mommakim says

    So many……. 1-my Pampered Chef Chopper, which has saved my fingers! 2-Chopping bunches of stuff at a time if I am making several dishes. 3-Fixing 3-4 casseroles/crock pot recipes on the weekend and dividing them into individual containers so all I have to do on weeknights is warm them up and fix a veggie…… And my hubbie can fix them for lunch and dinner if we eat at different times.

  7. Jen says

    I like to chop up everything when I get home from the store. Place them in freezer bags and pop them in the freezer. I also rely on my crock pot often.

  8. Anonymous says

    Anything to save time in today's busy schedules. This should be a real God-send for those of use looking for new ideas. Thanks for the chance to win it.

  9. Jo says

    I would love to use my food processor but lost the book and don't have a clue what I am doing…it only came with one blade.

  10. Shannon @ Cozy Home Scenes And Cozy Home Kitchen says

    Oh, thosee sammies look so good! I should not look at food blogs before lunch. Thanks for the chance to win this great cookbook.

  11. Shannon @ Cozy Home Scenes And Cozy Home Kitchen says

    My favorite time saver in the kitchen is to clean up as I'm preparing my meal. Not only is clean up faster, but it's easier to cook in a clean kitchen.

  12. GadgetGirl66 says

    I *LOVE* Gooseberry Patch cookbooks! I can't wait to make those ham & cheese sammies on Hawaiian bread and the Asian coleslaw looks delish! This cookbook needs me!

  13. Anonymous says

    My best time saver is to cook enough for several meals. The Ham and Cheese Sammies will last for dinner, snacks, and lunches. Yumm.

  14. carpediem5790 says

    My favorite kitchen shortcut is to have a basic lettuce and carrot salad made and kept in the frige. You can add what other vegies you have or leave it plain. You always have a salad on hand that will go with almostanything. arlene Marie Pitts email carpediem5790@yahoo.com

  15. Anonymous says

    making a ton of somehting and then freezing in individual portions is a short cut for me
    gkuroda(at)gmail.com

  16. Cee says

    When shopping, I like to peel, chop, cut up, clean and package all my refridgerated items so when cooking I can go to the baggie, and just measure out how much of something I need… easy peasy lemon squeezy!

  17. eclairre says

    I pick one day to cut up a bunch of veggies, and then I enjoy them pre-cut all week from the fridge! eclairre at ymail dot com

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