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- Jan. 16, 2014 -
January 2, 2014 – Northbrook, IL – With rising prices (http://www.recipelion.com/
in groceries and little time to prepare dinner, recipes with long ingredients lists become too much of a hassle. To help save time and money in getting dinner on the table, the editors of RecipeLion.com (http://www.recipelion.com/)
have just released a new collection of 5-ingredient recipes for main dishes, side dishes and desserts! Not only do recipes with 5 ingredients or less save you money, but most of these recipes can also be thrown together in minutes. The 5-Ingredient Recipes: 21 Easy Dinner Ideas with 5 Ingredients or Less
eCookbook) eCookbook is free to download and is available on the RecipeLion.com website.
Rising incomes and busier lifestyles have led consumers to spend less time cooking and seek the convenience of food prepared away from home (http://www.recipelion.com/index.php/hct/Make-the-Most-of-...
, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Since 2006, at-home food sales have accounted for just over half (51 percent) of total food expenditures, with the away-from-home market accounting for 49 percent (compared to 26 percent in 1960). Not only is cooking at home less expensive for families, it's also generally much healthier.
With the simple and quick recipes in 5-Ingredient Recipes: 21 Easy Dinner Ideas with 5 Ingredients or Less
) from RecipeLion, cooking a meal at home is a cinch. These recipes with 5 ingredients or less are so easy and inexpensive to make that going out to eat can be saved for special occasions. Create a healthy, happy family environment around the dinner table with these easy dishes. Included in the 30 pages of this eCookbook are main dishes like Poor Man Layered Cabbage Casserole (pg. 7), easy sides like Mom's 7-Up Biscuits (pg. 17), delectable desserts like 3-Ingredient Cake Mix Cobbler (pg. 23), and so many more!
Download the 5-Ingredient Recipes: 21 Easy Dinner Ideas with 5 Ingredients or Less
free eCookbook here:
For additional information about 5-ingredient recipes or any of RecipeLion's free eCookbooks, please contact RecipeLion.com editor, Jordan Sward.
Jordan Sward, EditorRecipeLion.com