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The Lunchmaid: 46 Lunches for Little Ladies and their Families


96 pages, spiralbound

The Lunchmaid (Cookbook)

46 Lunches for Little Ladies and Their Families

$15.00 $14.00

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Cookbook Set

Cookbook Bundle:
The Lunchmaid and The Maiden's Menu

$28.00 $22.00

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"Mom, what should we have for lunch today? There are no leftovers in the fridge!"

Noon comes around and everyone is hungry! Busy families often face the challenge of finding something quick and easy to make for the midday meal... But not any longer!

Daughters can grab this easy-to-use cookbook and put together a delicious lunch in under 15 minutes — or have it already made in the crockpot. The perfect tool to help daughters learn to cook, and be a blessing to their mom by putting lunch on the table while she is busy homeschooling.

This spiral bound cookbook, compiled by Maggie Bullington, is designed with young cooks in mind: includes step-by-step instructions, several photo tutorials, and tips and quotes sprinkled throughout.

This full color cookbook contains beautiful photography by Anna Parish and is a feast for the eyes.

With 46 lunch recipes at your fingertips, no longer will you struggle with the "What's for lunch?" question!

Quick luncheS

  • Sandwiches
  • Salads
  • Pasta Dishes
  • Soups
  • Other Recipes

Make ahead lunches

  • Slow Cooker Meals
  • Freezer Meals
  • Breads

Contains gluten-free recipes and ideas for dad's lunchbox

 

"When I got a chance to see this cookbook from The King’s Blooming Rose, I really liked the fact that it is laid out simply and that the directions are easy to understand for younger girls. I also appreciate the good variety of dishes included which can be very helpful, I believe, for so many households, since it is easy to get stuck in a rut and serve the same kinds of food—especially if you are busy. Everything definitely looked amazing and I loved that there were cute little inspirational quotes to encourage readers along the way!"
—Mrs. June Fuentes, Raising Homemakers Blog