** The Winner is #1 – Casey DesChamps **
I was lucky enough to get a copy of Betty Crocker’s THE BIG RED COOKBOOK last week. With more than 1500 hundred recipes, it’s jam-packed full of recipe goodness. Even better I have a copy to giveaway to one of you! Yay :)
Here is our best edition ever! Fully revised with all-new photography, hundreds of new recipes and more cooking guidance than ever before, the 11th edition of the Betty Crocker Cookbook gives you the best of what you need to cook today. It’s filled to the brim with classic and fresh ideas, helpful techniques and great features. Whether you’re an experienced cook or just finding your way around the kitchen, THE BIG RED COOKBOOK® is the only book you need for a lifetime of rewarding cooking.
I’ve already made a couple of recipes. The kids loved the Asian Chicken Roll-ups and I loved that they were fast and easy.
Contest Need to Know:
* The Big Red Cookbook is valued at approx. $35.99 CAD and is available at Indigo and Chapters, Amazon, Wiley Publishing and BettyCrocker.com
* I am giving away one copy
* Contest open to Canadian residents only. Please note that readers can enter across multiple blogs hosting the giveaway, but can only win once.
* Contest ends October 27th @ 11:59 pm
To win you need only to leave a comment below mentioning your favourite Betty Crocker / Lifemade delicious recipe.
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My favourite lifetime Betty Crocker recipe is for roasted vegetables. I see they have a similar, updated version of it in their new Big Red Cookbook, called roasted squash. Basically it is any number and amount of root vegetables slow roasted with low heat for awhile. They do not need to be watched or stirred. It can be done in a slow cooker, the oven, an electric fry pan or roaster, or even on a BBQ. They cook in their own juices and taste so good.
My Mom has an OLD copy of a Betty Crocker cookbook and makes the Yorkshire Pudding in it. We often have it with roast beef. SO yummy!
So many great recipes! One of my new favourite recipes would be the Key Lime-Coconut Cream Bundt Cake.
My fav recipes is classic — apple pie! My kids love it and I have loved it since I was a kid … of course I kick it old school with a nice slice of med cheddar but the kids like it with some vanilla ice cream.
The Molten Caramel-Apple Cakes recipe is my current favourite recipe to try. Can’t wait to make them, they sound so yummy. Thanks!
look yummy. hungry
I love the creamy fruit dip! I serve it most times when entertaining. Its so easy and good!
Thanks! I love your blog!