Make your own Printable Cookbook for FREE!

Create Your Cookbook
Midwest Living Magazine is offering a free printable cookbook that you create by adding your own recipes and photos. You need to login or create an account. After you create an account, click on the food link on the left. Then click  “recipe center”. Here  you will find the “create a free cookbook” link.  Start typing up your favorite recipes and adding pictures. This would be a great way to get some recipes organized.  This offer is available for a short time. Have fun!

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Make your own Printable Cookbook for FREE! was last modified: February 5th, 2010 by Ashleigh

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  1. lee elder says:


  2. Word of caution though – the site offers you the ability to create, organize and then print your recipes as a cookbook, but when I went to print I couldn’t proceed without paying for a subscription. Recipe organization is a nice feature so I’m grateful for that, but without the ability to print it loses a bit of its usefulness.

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