Five Ingredient Cookbook (Five Ingredient Cooking Series Book 1)
Easy Recipes in 5 or Less Ingredients! Are you tired of complicated recipes with hard-to-find ingredients? Are you looking for delicious and easy recipes with only a few simple ingredients? 60+ EASY RECIPES IN 5 INGREDIENTS OR LESS! Your Problems Have Been Solved ==> 5 INGREDIENTS OR LESS! This SIMPLE and DELICIOUS cookbook has step-by-step recipes that are easy to follow and simply prepared. All of the recipes only require 5 ingredients or less! No more looking for hard-to-find ingredients that you'll only use once. Check out some of the mouth-watering recipes below! Chicken and Waffle Sliders Buffalo Chicken Dip Chicken Salad Chicken Fingers Buffalo Chicken Sliders Honey Chicken Shredded BBQ Chicken Easy Italian Baked Chicken Chicken and Cheese Rolls Barbeque Chicken Legs Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Chicken Cordon Bleu Shredded Buffalo Chicken Slow Cooker Chicken Salsa Verde Slow Cooker Pancake Bake Slow Cooker Cinnamon Roll Casserole Slow Cooker French Toast Slow Cooker Blueberry Cobbler Slow Cooker Cherry Dump Cake Slow Cooker Bread Pudding Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler Slow Cooker Apple Dump Cake Slow Cooker Shredded BBQ Chicken Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Slow Cooker Buffalo Ranch Wings Slow Cooker Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Slow Cooker Sweet Potatoes Slow Cooker Cheddar Creamed Corn Slow Cooker Spinach Queso Dip Slow Cooker Corn on the Cob Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Slow Cooker Beef Burritos Slow Cooker Broccoli Casserole Slow Cooker Ham Slow Cooker Bacon Ranch Potatoes Slow Cooker Teriyaki Chicken Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs Slow Cooker 5-ingredient Chili Slow Cooker Apricot Orange Chicken Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken II Slow Cooker Italian Chicken Slow Cooker Tangy Meatballs Slow Cooker Cocktail Sausages Slow Cooker Ranch Roast Beef Slow Cooker Spicy Meatballs Slow Cooker Pork Chops Slow Cooker Garlic Tilapia Slow Cooker Chicken and Cheese Kale Chips Mashed Cauliflower Zucchini Chips Easy Powdered Sugar Donuts Sausage Breakfast Casserole Waffle Biscuits Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Roll-Ups Brown Sugar Bacon Egg in a Nest Cinnamon Roll Waffles Southwestern Scrambled Eggs Strawberry Bacon Salad Best-Selling Author, Hannie P. Scott Hannie P. Scott is a best-selling author that knows a thing or two about cooking! Cooking and experimenting with foods is her life passion.

Five Ingredient Cookbook (Five Ingredient Cooking Series Book 1) Details

TitleFive Ingredient Cookbook (Five Ingredient Cooking Series Book 1)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 11th, 2015
PublisherHannie P. Publishing
Rating
GenreFood and Drink, Cookbooks, Cooking, Nonfiction, Reference

Five Ingredient Cookbook (Five Ingredient Cooking Series Book 1) Review

  • sue
    January 1, 1970
    Basic no photosRegrettably I'm not impressed with this recipe book.I like to have photos that show me the end product at least and there's none in here.It's pretty boringly basic I'm sorry to say
  • SheLove2Read
    January 1, 1970
    If you want to eat processed, high carb meals this is for you. If you want good foods that are at least minimally healthy for you, take a hard pass.
  • Emma L
    January 1, 1970
    Nope. I get that five ingredients isn't a lot, but if I wanted to read what one can do with pre-made foods I wouldn't be reading a cook book for RECIPES...
  • James
    January 1, 1970
    I prefer Pinterest to a "book" like this...
  • leslie
    January 1, 1970
    GoodIt was a good recipe book to flip through for new ideas but unfortunately, it's not my style. I'm more into healthier foods than these recipes offer.
  • Jane
    January 1, 1970
    Mislesding and useless to anyone looking for homemade cookingThis is a great example of the kinds of recipes I loathe. I'm not into this "can of" and "package of" stuff. It took conversing with a friend in Slovakia to learn those recipes are not accessible. Even if these recipes are US-based (or so it seems), the conversions at the beginning of the book are pointless since most of the recipes require you to buy a "package of" something. It's not a 5-ingredient recipe book just because you're ski Mislesding and useless to anyone looking for homemade cookingThis is a great example of the kinds of recipes I loathe. I'm not into this "can of" and "package of" stuff. It took conversing with a friend in Slovakia to learn those recipes are not accessible. Even if these recipes are US-based (or so it seems), the conversions at the beginning of the book are pointless since most of the recipes require you to buy a "package of" something. It's not a 5-ingredient recipe book just because you're skipping several steps by using something that's premade. That kind of stuff...it's a cheat, misleading and ridiculous. I got into this category of recipe books (fewer ingredients) because cooking isn't my BFF right now (atypical anorexia recovery and all), and I got sick of the recipes on food blogs that use premade ingredients instead of telling me how to make it myself. I have yeast and mold allergies. The bulk of this book is utterly useless to me.
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  • Olivia Adam
    January 1, 1970
    This is a very straight-forward, easy to follow cookbook. It provides conversions at the beginning, and then a number of easy recipes. As a busy mom, I like to utilize my slow cooker, and this cookbook helps me to do just that. It has a whole slew of slow cooker recipes, where all I have to do is dump the ingredients in and go. These recipes are perfect for my family. With 2 picky kids, I don't like spending a bunch of money on special ingredients and hours of my time on something my kids probab This is a very straight-forward, easy to follow cookbook. It provides conversions at the beginning, and then a number of easy recipes. As a busy mom, I like to utilize my slow cooker, and this cookbook helps me to do just that. It has a whole slew of slow cooker recipes, where all I have to do is dump the ingredients in and go. These recipes are perfect for my family. With 2 picky kids, I don't like spending a bunch of money on special ingredients and hours of my time on something my kids probably won't want to eat more than a couple of bits of anyway.
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  • Lunasquirrelgirl
    January 1, 1970
    A good starting bookThis is a great book for someone just starting out with cooking, say college student or recent graduate. The recipes are easy to read, easy to prepare and utilize easy to obtain ingredient. A good majority of the recipes do call for preprocessed items (ie cake mix) to keep the recipes under 5 ingredient. I was able to take away from new ideas from this book. But this is more of a beginner book.
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  • John Shrek Walters
    January 1, 1970
    Quick meals: 5 ingredients or lessGee, what can I say: I enjoy reading cookbooks because I can read them and not gain any weight, while seeing what the recipes look like when done. Mrs. Scott s recipes are too dog gone good to pick any that are either the cat s meow, or so atrocious that you never want to ever eat them again. Does any chef or cook ever make really bad food? Now I likely will while learning how to duplicate her technique..
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  • Kee P.
    January 1, 1970
    OMG !!!This is exactly what I have been looking for after becoming a new wife and mom!! Great food on a budget ! I am so impressed by the creativity and yet the simplicity! You have made my day, night, and time in the kitchen so much better! I will continue to support ! This should be a gift to new wives and moms! Plus it’s an affordable and helpful gift !
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  • Lauri Holmes
    January 1, 1970
    Easy, easy, easyNicely written cookbook. I bookmarked several easy, fast-prep recipes to try. I'm especially excited to try the slow cooker bread pudding recipe as well as the easy powdered sugar donuts.
  • Marlene McLeod
    January 1, 1970
    Simp!e ways to cook simplyIt was good for a beginner but it wasn't enough variety it was well written and easy to understand.it was good to use both methods of cooking also oven an slow cooker. Good job
  • Ashley
    January 1, 1970
    I actually thought I had downloaded a chicken recipe book by accident at first. It seems like the majority of the recipes are involve chicken. Also seems like cheating if one of the five ingredients are something premade. I think my favorite part was the recipe for scrambled eggs. lolz.
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  • Xenn
    January 1, 1970
    Great if you love chicken as ingredientIt does present creative recipes for a staple ingredient that is chicken. There are also other recipes but most of the time it does a good job of presenting a recipe with at least 5 ingredients
  • Anya Champagne
    January 1, 1970
    Basic recipesMost recipes keep to the five ingredient rule by using various premade items, like bottled dressings and sauces. Great for a beginner basic cook.
  • Sue
    January 1, 1970
    Not suitable Too many over sweetened recipes as well as using too many processed and American products that are not available in Australia.
  • Heather Sullivan
    January 1, 1970
    As a South African epic failwe don't get most of your ingredients in our shops. We would have to make the items first and then move on to making the items
  • Kedareshwari
    January 1, 1970
    very nice book
  • K.J. Chapman
    January 1, 1970
    Basic recipes and not all from scratch. Mixing pre-made sauces and canned foods isn't what I'm after. There are no photos to show the finished results.
  • Rebecca Rittersdorf
    January 1, 1970
    Really?Good thing this was free. The author actually gives a recipe for egg on toast. This is not worth the space on your ereader
  • Chris Teskey
    January 1, 1970
    DecentI like the idea of 5 ingredient recipes and found myself book marking many recipes. And the all seem very easy and not very time consuming.
  • teresa smith
    January 1, 1970
    FairNot a lot of useful info for me, might be useful for young women just starting to cook or newlyweds
  • Helen
    January 1, 1970
    Meh.... Neither really bad nor really good.
  • Rebecca Trotter
    January 1, 1970
    Great quick chicken and slow cooker recipes.
  • Heidi
    January 1, 1970
    Pretty basic, some include pre-made foods
  • Chantal Glasgow
    January 1, 1970
    Great book, need some 10 min dinner recipes in there though. Great book, ingredients are an easy find but too many slow cook recipes for my taste. Love the variety though.
  • Beatrice Drury
    January 1, 1970
    Any cookbook that all the recipes only require a maximum of 5 ingredients is worth trying. Some of these looked really yummy. I will be trying them soon.
  • Vanessa Wampler
    January 1, 1970
    Not as many good recipes as I hoped there would be.
  • Ayonko
    January 1, 1970
    I have better recipes in my head and none of them have ingredients that are processed foods. Don't bother with it
  • Julia
    January 1, 1970
    A great addition for the cooker's library collection as the recipes are mostly short, easy to comprehend and the ingredients are quite common yet cheap enough for those who are on a budgeted grocery list. The mixture of dishes are mostly lunches and/or dinners with some breakfast items and desserts with a bunch of nice slow cooker recipes added. There were a few things that I found to my disliking. First of all this book seemed to share the same recipes as a book that was by Hannah Abedi so I A great addition for the cooker's library collection as the recipes are mostly short, easy to comprehend and the ingredients are quite common yet cheap enough for those who are on a budgeted grocery list. The mixture of dishes are mostly lunches and/or dinners with some breakfast items and desserts with a bunch of nice slow cooker recipes added. There were a few things that I found to my disliking. First of all this book seemed to share the same recipes as a book that was by Hannah Abedi so I don't know if one or the other got inspiration either from each other or the same source. Hopefully since the recipe(s) showed up in both books it is a good one and a keeper so I will be giving it a try. Also like the other author's work this particular book didn't break it down or organize the recipes to make it easier for the reader. Although the majority were grouped in similar fashion unlike Hannah Abedi's book where it seemed to be more or less random at times it still makes it to be a bit on the disorganized side. In the end both cookbooks are worthy enough for readers to give them a glance over and to add either one or both of them to your kitchen's library.
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