Gooseberry Patch Weeknight Dinners Cookbook – Giveaway

I love this book.

Weeknight Dinners CookbookMaybe it is because it has some great recipes in it for a crazy busy parent like me. It even features my Italian Bread Pizza.

Leah's Italian Bread Pizza

These recipes are quick to make. Like these Italian Steak Sandwiches.

Italian Steak SandwichOr this Speedy Lasagna Skillet. Which I think I might make tonight again.

Speedy Skillet LasagnaOK, maybe my family has an obsission with Italian inspired foods. This book breaks down each day of the week with a theme. Meatless Monday – which is called side recipes in my house, Tex-Mex Night Tuesday, Italian Wednesday, Comfort Food Thursday and Just for Fun on Friday. The index breaks the recipes down by main dishes, sides, breads. Any way you need to find a recipe you can.

But back to the recipes. This hamburger helper knockoff without the box. This cheeseburger macaroni was also a hit.

cheeseburger macaroni

And for cheesy bread lovers, there is no lack of recipes for you in here either. This bread is becoming a staple in our house. I stock up when the bread is on quick sale.

Warm 3 cheese bread

Are you dying to have the Weeknight Dinners Cookbook yet? Then register to win!! And guess what, I am giving away two copies of the cookbook since one of my recipes is included!!

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This giveaway was sponsored by Gooseberry Patch by supplying the books for the giveaway. Pictures of food and opinions on the recipe are all mine.

Comments

  1. Linda Dietz says

    Been married 40+ years. Ever since year 1, our “go to” meal has been fish sticks & french fries. They are better now than in years past. Husband likes beer battered fish fillets & I make oven fries with fresh potatoes. Hey, he loves them!

  2. Susan says

    When I’m in a hurry, I like Campbell’s Clam Chowder soup mixed with a can of evaporated milk. Yummy! I need a cookbook, don’t I?

  3. Kelly says

    crackers and cheese- or maybe peanut butter- with fruit and a bag of frozen veggies. It’s so sad, but the kids actually love it so it’s win-win!

  4. Courtney says

    Spaghetti & meatball soup. Packed with veggies, pasta that we love and the premade sausage balls make it over the top!!!

  5. kesha says

    My go to meal is a shrimp scampi! It doesn’t take long to prepare and my daughter loves it!
    keshakeke(at)gmail(dot)com

  6. Debbe says

    Chili. It’s so versatile, and make a big pot to feed us twice! Next nite, we can have chili dogs, or chili cheese fries, or nachos, or … whatever else we can think of!

  7. Kathy says

    Roast Beef Hash and Beer Bread!!!
    Hash from a can because I work 10 hr. days, but the bread I baked on my day off from this link….
    http://www.food.com/recipe/beer-bread-73440 I did read a hint from the original post.. Use Ale instead of beer for a more yeasty, robust flavor. The beer is rather mild and gets lost in eating it with foods like stew or hash.

  8. Sherry Firestone says

    Cubed potatoes, onion soip mix, chedder cheese & bacon bits, now to select a meat.. Also fresh pineapple.

  9. Angela says

    I have opened many a can of maple baked beans and cut up hotdogs into them. With four boys there was never enough time and they were always hungry!

  10. Brooke B. says

    I take large tortilla chips and spread canned refried beans on them and top with shredded cheddar. We call them “nachos” and the kids love them. I usually have these ingredients on hand so it works when there is no time or nothing else in the house.

  11. Cori W says

    We always keep a jar of spaghetti sauce, noodles and frozen garlic bread in the house so that we can make spaghetti any time.

  12. Renee Kern says

    I can’t wait to try the recipes. I love all things Gooseberry Patch and especially your cookbooks! I would love to win the weeknights one!!!

  13. Joan O. says

    Breakfast for supper. I fry a few sausage patties, make gravy in the drippings, scramble some eggs and bake a pan of corn bread. Then cut up some tomatoes. We mix it all up in a bowl and enjoy.

  14. Tiffany says

    I don’t have a weeknight go-to meal… I’m not really a good cook, but I have been branching out and trying to cook more instead of drive-thru… That’swhy I need this book!
    Thanks for the chance!

  15. Lisa Rafac says

    Cabbage, Kielbasa, with peppers and spicy brown mustard. Polish delight Yummy!!!
    Thank you for the chance to win :-)

  16. Pamela G says

    I have a few “go to” meals because it seems I never have time anymore. Cereal, nut butter sandwich, soup or frozen pizza. I won’t mention all the drive-thrus. ;D

  17. Jesse says

    I love these cookbooks. I got the slow-cooker one for Christmas, and even my picky hubby loves everything we’ve tried

  18. Kelli says

    I make something in the crockpot the morning of a busy evening…..I like to put pork loin in there or chicken breast. Everything always turns out wonderfully!!!!

  19. Kathy says

    I sure would love to win this. I work late (long days) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and it sure would be great to have this “go to” cookbook!! Macaroni and cheese or grilled cheese sandwich. No very creative or interesting, I know!

  20. Jennifer Warren says

    When I have little time to prepare my go to meal is chicken ranch tacos. This is real easy using frozen grilled chicken breast strips, ranch dressing in the bottle, soft tortilla, lettuce and canned tomato’s. And can’t forget about the shredded cheese

  21. Trish says

    For my 84 yr old Dad, Soup-ped up Chicken noodle soup, Mom and Me, Chicken salad with rasins, almonds, rice noodles, romain, fresh broccolli, cauliflour, and chicken from a frozen rotissery chicken.

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