{CLOSED} One Dish Dinners Cookbook – Giveaway {10 Winners!}

This giveaway is now closed. Stay tuned for the announcement of winners!

And it’s back! It’s book launch week…and we’re giving away lots of books to celebrate…daily giveaways of my One Dish Dinners Cookbook!

The One Dish Dinners cookbook is for every busy home chef, moms and dads alike, who are struggling to come up with creative dinner ideas that won’t cost an arm and a leg, AND that won’t leave a ginormous mess in the sink!

With this cookbook, you’ll have more variety on the dinner table, meals that please your family, more money in your pocketbook, less time in the kitchen and way less mess to deal with at the end of the day!

I’ll be giving away 10 copies each day this week, but they are only “live” for 24 hours. You can enter up to 5 times on each giveaway. Please leave separate comments for your separate entries!

1. Contests will start and end at 5 pm EST each day this week.

  • Entry #1: Leave a comment sharing your favorite way to save time or money in the kitchen!
  • Entry #2: Pin one of your favorite $5 Dinners or One Dish Dinners recipes to Pinterest.
  • Entry #3: Tweet the following: I really, really, really want to win a @onedishdinners Cookbook from @5dollardinners!!! http://bit.ly/ODDCookbook
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  • Entry #5: Share this giveaway on Facebook or with your friends on email, by clicking the little buttons above or below!
  • Please leave separate comments for each entry.

2. Winner will be selected by Random.org. Winners will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

Good luck!!!

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  1. SamanthaR says

    Whenever I make waffles, I make a huge batch and then freeze what we don’t eat. Our frozen waffles were a time and sanity saver last month and the month before when daddy was traveling and I had morning sickness!

  2. Tara says

    My favorite way to save time in the kitchen is to do as much prep work as I can ahead of time. My meat, I freeze in the right portion sizes. I cut my veggies up ahead of time.

  3. Amanda B says

    My favorite way to save money in the kitchen is to make ahead and freeze lunches for my husband to take to work. This saves us over $100 per month.

  4. says

    I save time time by keeping my cooking utensils and pans close to one another. Haven’t switched drawers since I’ve lived here for 23 years. Also keeping up with clean counter tops and clean dishes a must. I like a clean kitchen in the a.m.! Makes me smile and not need to spend time doing dishes when I want breakfast!

  5. meme jan says

    We use very little meat. Most of my meals are planned around grains and beans. If I do use meat I use only half the amount called for in the recipe.

  6. Keri Kira says

    I like to oven roast a lot of chicken at once and have it for dinner and leftovers for sandwiches or salads.

  7. Natalie says

    I like to save time in the kitchen by having my kids cook with me. They help me out, learn the skills they’ll need later in life and get a little one on one time with mom. It’s a Win Win! :)

  8. Jaime says

    My fav way to save money and time in the kitchen is by being prepared with a well stocked frigdge and pantry purchased with savings.

  9. Joan says

    My favorite way to save money in the kitchen is to check the mark down produce and meat depts in my local grocery store. You can stock up the freezer or make soups and stews with you finds.

  10. Kris says

    I shop the ad first then plan meals for the week. I try to make extra to freeze for following weeks.

  11. Lori G says

    I save time & money by using your list of dinners and matching up coupons to the items on your list. Quick & inexpensive!

  12. Nancy from Mass says

    My favorite tip is to use everything….when you are done with that chicken, simmer the bones for stock. save the ends of the veggies to simmer also. regrow celery and scallions. substititute when you can.