My New ebook For Only 99 Cents and a Small Way To Help Oklahoma

The 99 cents sale is over but the ebook is still available at full price. 

Thank you to everyone that purchased this ebook. I made a donation to Feed the Children. Oklahoma appreciates those of you that purchased the ebook!

A Note: I often write my updates several days, sometimes a week in advance. My posts for this week, this ebook sale, and some of my Facebook updates were written and schedules days ago. I am going to go ahead and leave everything scheduled as planned, because the Amazon sale is too late to change. Please keep reading though because I have something planned.

Many of my readers know that I live in Oklahoma and I have received a lot of questions and comments about my family, so I wanted to be sure to give you a quick update. My family is fine, but so many in Oklahoma can not say that. The area I live in avoided the worst of the storms, but we are Oklahomans and our hearts grieve for those that are suffering. My husband and I lived in Moore, OK, for four years while my husband attended OU. The house we lived in during those years was in one of the neighborhoods hit so hard yesterday. We know that area very well. We still have family and friends in the Oklahoma City area. When tragedy hits so close to home, it makes you appreciate so much more what you have. It makes you hug your family a little closer.

This sale may be too late to change, but it is not too late to change what I do with the sale. My husband and I talked this morning and decided that a portion of the proceeds of all sales made over the next two days, will go to help Oklahoma storm victims. We are looking into ways to help those that need it the most. I will keep you updated on that.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all those in Oklahoma that have been hit hard over the last few days. And thank you for your concern for my family. Please, keep Oklahoma in your prayers as they struggle to recover from this.

Over the last few months I have been working on a little project. Well, ok, a big project.

Many of you know that I eat gluten free. After years of health issues gluten free eating has changed my life and health for the better. I know many of you follow my allergy section, but I wanted to share this project with all my readers not just my allergy section, because I know many of you have family and friends that are gluten free.

Gluten free eating can be time consuming and expensive, but it does not have to be. It can be quick and easy to make and it can taste great. Gluten free food should be food that your whole family can enjoy.

My new project involves helping people make quick and easy gluten free food that is delicious. My new project is a brand new gluten free ebook and website.

The Gluten Free Baking Mix Cookbook will change gluten free in your house or those that you know. It makes gluten free cooking easy. Those nights where you don’t have a lot of time, but want to put a delicious gluten free dinner on the table, I have you covered with this new ebook.

Need a gluten free breakfast in a hurry? I have you covered with recipes that work great for making ahead and keeping on hand for busy mornings.

Dessert? I have that as well. Cobbler or cookies anyone?!

This ebook is more than just recipes, the whole concept is based on a mix. Think that bright yellow box at the store, but in a homemade gluten free mix. Yes, oh yes it is. And I am sharing 50 gluten free recipes to use the homemade mix in.

And for today and tomorrow, May 21st and 22nd, my new The Gluten Free Baking Mix Cookbook ebook is 99 cents!! Yes, I said 99 cents.

If you are gluten free or know someone that is gluten free, be sure to get your copy for 99 cents, while you can.

You can find out more details here. And be sure to follow my new site, GF Mixes. I will be share more recipes, tips, and more homemade gluten free mixes over there. I have great things  planned for making gluten free cooking easy and delicious!

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures

Comments

  1. Thank you, Lynn – and Hubby 😉 – for your help and support of fellow Okies. That’s my FAVORITE part about being an Okie – when something happens, we ban together. We take care of each other and it eases the heartache just enough to get things done. I was blessed to be a few miles from the devastation, safe with my family, but I do have friends that have lost so very much. Thankfully, at this time I do believe them all to be safe – though it was way too close for comfort. I just wanted to take a moment to thank you.

    And I LOVE mt GF Baking Mix eBook, by the way! <3

    • I have seen time and time again how Oklahoma pulls together in times like this. I knew this was something I could do to help, even if it was just in a small way.

  2. Kara Nutt says:

    I was so happy to review this book! I wanted to let you know that my 6 yr. old son requested the pizza bites for dinner last night. Apparently they were a hit the first time!

  3. Congratulations on the new book! It looks fabulous. :-)

  4. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to purchase your wonderful ebook (my1st ebook purchase) at such a great price and also your generosity in making the donation to OK!

  5. I don’t even need a gluten free cookbook but I went ahead and bought it because it is for a good cause and now this Texan has an excuse to help OK and try something gluten free.

  6. Katherine says:

    Great book and wonderful idea to donate some of the proceeds.

    I found that only virgin coconut oil changes the taste of the final product but that expeller pressed coconut oil (with one exception), is completely neutral.

    All the best to you and your family in Oklahoma!

  7. I have subscribed to your blog by email for a couple of years now. I, too, do not need to eat GF, but whether GF or not, I have always had great success with your recipes. You have been so generous with giving free ebooks to your subscribers, I knew I had to purchase this ebook when I read your post. Since I use a homemade yellow box type mix in my baking, I love the concept of being able to make one GF and giving it a try. I bought the PDF and will use the “Send to Kindle” app to put it on my Kindle. Lynn, thanks so much for all you do.

    • Thank you so much! And if you can’t use the ebook feel free to pass it on to someone you know that is gluten free. I really appreciate your support!

  8. Heidi K says:

    Love your blog. I bought the ebook so I can make some food for my mother-in-law who is gluten-free. I can’t wait to try out the recipes. Thanks!

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