Dairy Made Easy Cookbook Review & Giveaway

Dairy Made Easy Cookbook Review & Giveaway

Leah Schapira & Victoria Dwek turn out new cookbooks faster than I develop recipes. Their latest addition to the Made Easy series is a fantastic collection of dairy recipes, just in time for Shavuot!

Like Starters & Sides Made Easy, Passover Made Easy, and Kids Cooking Made Easy, the Dairy edition is layed out in the same attractive, easy-to-read style. Even their cookbook-making skills seem made easy. They’ve mastered a template that provides a small soft-cover book that’s beautifully styled, easy to flip through, and filled with tips and tidbits, all without seeming overwhelming. The beautiful pictures draw you in and the down-to-earth recipes make you want to open your pantry right then-and-there to whip up one of their quick and easy dishes.

Besides for 60 easy-to-make recipes, you’ll also find a comprehensive cheese guide, a Make It Light section, a Make it Pareve Guide, and bonus serving ideas. Leah and Victoria fill each page with great tips, like how to measure frozen fruit, how to soften butter quickly or how to bake pizza without a pizza stone. They also share their thought processes and family anecdotes in a fun and friendly way.

What do I not want to make from this cookbook? It’s filled with mouthwatering recipes for breakfast, great starters & sides, soups, salads & sandwiches, and of course pizza, pasta and dessert (hello 180 calorie cheesecake!).

Some of the recipes I look forward to trying are the granola thins, arancini, sweet chili home fries, stuffed sole, French mushroom soup, hasselback baguette, honey pomodoro pizza, cajun creamy penne, cheese buns, peanut butter creme brulee and strawberry cheesecake ice cream.

In honor of the upcoming holiday of Shavuot, I’m giving away a free copy of the Dairy Made Easy cookbook! To enter, simply leave a comment below with your favorite Shavuot dish. You can also follow Busy In Brooklyn via any of the channels below for an extra entry. Just be sure to leave a note in the comment letting me know where you follow.

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Giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. Winner will be chosen at random at 10:00 AM EST on Monday, May 26th, 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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162 thoughts on “Dairy Made Easy Cookbook Review & Giveaway

  1. My favorite Shavous recipe is a big cheese blintzes that my mom makes.
    I follow you on instagram and Facebook!

  2. I love everything dairy! But my favorite shavuos meal was when my great aunt would make milchig stuffed cabbage – Im not even sure what it was stuffed with but it had rice and cheese in a cheese sauce

  3. Love Eggplant parmesan, Arugula Blueberry salad with feta, Anything with cheese and Spinach/Broccoli! Love dairy!

  4. I love making salmon as an entree- I usually make sun dried tomato crusted salmon using Pereg’s spread. It’s amazing and healthy!

  5. Umm, tough one! Cheese Kugel,blintzes, pasta, pasta, pasta!!!follow on instagram and Facebook: )

  6. I have a major weakness for any dairy baked goods, so cheesecake, cream cheese rugelach, dairy bundt cakes etc. I also follow you on FB.

  7. I can eat dairy for every meal of my life! I’m looking forward to making my caramel cheesecake and cheese pockets for shvuos.

  8. I LOVE dairy pastries! Rarely indulge during the year So shavuous is my go-to for dairy rugelach, cheesecakes, you name it!

  9. I was looking for something different to bring to a dairy pot luck luncheon. Both the veggie pasta and the cake look delicious. I might just make both!

  10. My favorite Shavuos dish is farfalle with asparagus and snap peas. A little olive oil, salt and pepper, and grated parmesan, and you have an easy dish that everyone loves and isn’t too heavy.

  11. I love Shavout because we concentrate on the torah and we eat dairy. My favorite Shavout recipe is triple chip cheesecake, which uses butterscotch, chocolate, and white chocolate chips. The three layers look great and tasty yummy. No need to worry about pareve chips on Shavout.

  12. HI!!!! My favortie shavous dish is my own recipe of espresso cheesecake! YUMMOO… and i follow you on instagram, facebook, pinterest :) Im a fan!!!

  13. My favorite Shavuot recipe which I try every year to perfect are Montreal Cheese Bagels, its like a bagel and a blintz in one!

  14. I always make blinze soufflé for Shavout and my famous Italian cheesecake with nigella topping! I follow you on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram! Can’t get enough of BinB!!!

  15. My favorite Shavuot dish is Rainbow Cheesecake. Looks so amazing you (almost) don’t want to ruin it by devouring it :) BTW I love following u on Facebook

  16. I’m grateful I don’t like cheese. No, I don’t get to enjoy those delectable cheesecakes I see but imagine all those pounds I saved on my waist!

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