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As promised, I’m putting together some bundles-within-the-bundle posts for you over the course of the next several days. The Ultimate Homemaking Bundle is a six day opportunity to get a TON of digital resources (129 to be precise) valued at more than $3500 for $29.97.
The brand new audio version of my own book, Giving God the Worst of Me, is included in the bundle!
My goal in sharing these posts is to help you decide if you need to grab the bundle. You might not need it, but if there are things in here that you’d spend money on individually, you should get it while the bundle is available so you can get them for a significantly lower price.
Kitchen and Recipe Resources
Bread and Roll Making Basics for Beginners by Rachel Paxton ($49.00)
Learn to bake homemade cinnamon rolls, Hawaiian sweet rolls, one hour dinner rolls, no knead dinner rolls, pretzel rolls, and more with downloadable recipes and step-by-step videos.
My thoughts on this course: I like bread. A lot. I like making bread, though not as much as eating it. While the course isn’t glitzy, it’s thorough and watching the videos (still photos with audio explanation) made me feel like I could totally tackle the breads she’s teaching in them. I would like to go through this course with my daughter. Rachel does a good job of pointing out and explaining details of steps that I probably did wrong when I’ve tried making bread in the past.
Freezer Meal Club Guide & Success Course: Everything You Need to Know to Start and Run a Successful Freezer Meal Club by Amylee Udell ($49.99)
The Freezer Meal Club Guide and Course provides guidance in the form of a guidebook, video series, worksheets and more to show you how to cut your cooking time in half and save money with your own freezer meal club.
My thoughts on this course: This is something I’ve always wanted to do. After this week’s podcast, I’m even more inspired to do it. The course discusses different types of freezer clubs to help you decide which kind might work best for you and your friends. It has a question worksheet with lots of questions to go through with the people you want to do a club with. Many of the questions were things I hadn’t thought of before, and that I can see being issues that would be nice to solve with a discussion before they turn into actual issues.
Amylee even includes spreadsheets with math already included to help you figure out the financial side of things. Again, I hadn’t considered this aspect in my ambiguous dreams of being in a freezer meal club.
Freezer to Slow Cooker Meal Plan 3 Month Subscription by Sarah Robinson ($29.99)
The Freezer to Slow Cooker Meal Plan Subscription helps you get dinner on the table every night by giving you a new menu each week in your inbox.
My thoughts on this 3 month subscription: Sarah is a personal friend of mine and she’s a real mom who feeds her kids things that real kids like. I like that the meal plans include both instructions for putting it in your slow cooker today and putting it together to freeze it and put it in your slow cooker in the future.
When signing up for your three month subscription, you do have to put in your street address for some reason, but don’t have to enter any payment info.
This would be a great resource for the recipes you’ll contribute for your freezer cooking club!
Easy Dinners for Busy Moms: Slow Cook Once, Eat Twice by Andrea Green ($4.99)
Using the Easy Dinners for Busy Moms cookbook, you’ll slow cook one night then transform the recipes into a completely different meal the second night.
My thoughts on this e-book: I love the simple ideas and recipes for getting a lot out of your effort.
These are just a few of the kitchen/cooking related products in the bundle.
I’ve named four products, and these products alone are valued at $133.97, and the bundle is only $29.97. In the In the Kitchen section of the bundle, there are 21 products valued at $321.70.
Go here to check out the bundle, jot down the prices of the products that interest you, and see if it’s worth grabbing it while it’s available. Just don’t procrastinate and miss the deadline: April 16th!