5-10-30 Free E-Cookbook! 5 Cuisines, 10 Full Meals, 30 Total Ingredients!

5-10-30 E-Cookbook! 5 Cuisines, 10 Full Meals, 30 Total Ingredients!

It’s HHHHHHHHHEEEEEEEEERRRREEEEEEEEEEEE!!!! Today the long awaited 5-10-30 E-Cookbook is here for you all to enjoy!

Here is what you can find inside:

5 Cuisines: American, Italian, French, Korean and Chinese

10 Full Meals: In plain terms, a protein, a vegetable and a starch. Realistically, a meal you’d sit down to and happily enjoy without needing to source a second or third recipe to round out the meal.

Disclaimer: A couple of the recipes (the Peanut Pasta and the Caesar Pasta) don’t have vegetable sides. This was not something I had hoped for but we almost never add a vegetable to the Peanut Pasta and the Caesar Pasta is usually enjoyed with a side salad that I could not for the life of me work into the ingredient list. Sorry guys!

30 Total Ingredients: Not including salt, pepper, flour and oil. There are 30 ingredients used over the course of all ten meals. This cuts down on food waste and your shopping bill since you aren’t using a long list of ingredients in each recipe! BUT, with 5 different cuisines you won’t feel like you are eating the same thing over and over again!

Other things you will find in the e-cookbook:

Master shopping list for all 10 meals

Week 1 & Week 2 shopping list if you prefer not to freeze meals or ingredients.

Alternate Ingredient Ideas: Don’t love pork or shrimp? Sick of carrots? The recipes have alternate ideas for you if you prefer different flavors.

Food Ingredient Glossary: A quick explanation of the ingredient and how I like to use them

In case you are wondering… this wonderful e-cookbook is FREE! for all email subscribers as a thank you for being loyal readers!

Want more? Sign up for daily emails & you’ll receive my FREE 5-10-30 e-cookbook!5 cuisines, 10 full meals, 30 total ingredients! 

Week 1:

Crispy Chicken in White Wine Sauce with Garlic, Peas & Roasted Potatoes

Korean Ground Beef with Brown Rice & Garlic-Ginger Carrots

Crispy Shrimp Scampi Pasta with Parmesan & Peas

Brown Sugar Garlic Pork Loin with Roasted Carrots & Potatoes

One-Pan Baked Chicken & Brown Rice Casserole with Carrots & Peas 

Week 2:

Baked Chicken Caesar Pasta with Buttery Cracker Crust

Slow Cooker Turkey with Gravy, Candied Sweet Potatoes & Green Peas

Lemon Salt Marinated Pork Loin with Honey Roasted Apples & Carrots

Easy Asian Sesame Peanut Pasta

Chicken with Brown Rice Pilaf, Armenian Garlic Sauce & Lemon Glazed Carrots

It is my first E-Cookbook, so be gentle if I made any mistakes! I would love to hear what you guys think of it in the comments! I also really hope you love carrots as much as we do! They get used, a lot!

5-10-30 E-Cookbook! 5 Cuisines, 10 Full Meals, 30 Total Ingredients!



About the Author: Sabrina Snyder

Sabrina is a professionally trained Private Chef of over 10 years with ServSafe Manager certification in food safety. She creates all the recipes here on Dinner, then Dessert, fueled in no small part by her love for bacon.

Sabrina Snyder is a professionally trained personal and private chef of over 10 years who is the creator and developer of all the recipes on Dinner, then Dessert.

She is also the author of the cookbook Dinner, then Dessert – Satisfying Meals Using Only 3, 5 or 7 Ingredients, published by Harper Collins.

She started Dinner, then Dessert as a business in her office as a lunch service for her coworkers who admired her lunches before going to culinary school and becoming a full time personal chef and private chef.

As a personal chef Sabrina would cook for families one day a week and cook their entire week of dinners. All grocery shopping, cooking and cleaning was done along with instructions on reheating. As a private chef she cooked for private parties and cooked in family homes in the evenings for families on a nightly basis after working as a personal chef during the day.

Sabrina has been certified as a ServSafe Manager since 2007 and was a longstanding member of the USPCA Personal Chef Association including being on the board of the Washington DC Chapter of Chefs in the US Personal Chef Association when they won Chapter of the year.

As a member of the community of food website creators Sabrina Snyder has spoken at many conferences regarding her experiences as a food writer including the Indulge Food Conference, Everything Food Conference, Haven Food Conference and IACP Annual Food Professionals Conference.

Sabrina lives with her family in sunny California.

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  1. Congratulations!!! I could definitely used this — would really come in handy for back to school meals!

  2. Quick, easy recipes are the way to go for me as I am usually super busy everyday including weekends!

  3. I love that you’ve done the thinking for me! Can’t wait to check out the recipes Sabrina. Love your food!

  4. Congratulations on your e-cookbook! I need to start making better meals for my family and this seems like an excellent starting point. Thanks!

  5. Wow so much in this book! I’m on mobile but looking forward to checking it out when I’m home. Always interested in other food bloggers ebooks

    1. Aww thank you!! I am so glad you are enjoying it. I started out thinking 10 quick recipes and a one sheet shopping list and it turned into 31 pages, haha.

  6. I’ve always wanted to meal plan, this sounds like a great place to start. I didn’t see a recipe listed I didn’t like, great job!

  7. Ebooks are awesome! I have a few that are partially done just sitting on my laptop. This one is awesome, and so helpful. I must get it, especially since it is FREE.

    1. Haha that is one upside to this blog, I don’t fall into ruts since I am always writing new recipes! Otherwise we tend to stick to favorites more than we should too!

  8. This is exactly what this mama needs!! I’m always afraid to try different things because I end up buying new ingredients and then they go to waste because I don’t know what else to do with them or we eat the same meal over and over again. Thank you so much!!

  9. It sounds like there are some amazing recipes included. Definitely a great selection!

    1. Thank you! I wished I would have subbed out the honey for brown sugar in the Honey Roasted Apples recipe to have another green vegetable in there and mix it up more and use less carrots. But other than that I am pretty happy with it!

  10. I need this for the fall, it will definitely save time in my household. If it makes my life easier than I’m all over it.

  11. This is awesome I’m for sure going to check these out. I could use new recipes and easy ones will be great!

  12. I like that the ingredients have been streamlined so nicely. Makes for an easy week of meal planning. 🙂

  13. I NEED new recipe ideas! Some of the pictures has me drooling! This looks like a great e cookbook I will be checking out all the recipes and getting some ideas!

  14. What an awesome idea. This has got to make grocery shopping a lot easier. Especially if you buy in bulk. A lot of these recipes sound very good.

  15. Congratulations on your first cookbook! I love simple recipes that use simple ingredients.

  16. I love trying new recipes. This will be my first E Cookbook. The recipes all look so delicious.

    1. I’m partial to the thanksgiving dinner recipe, for as few ingredients as it is, I wanted to eat everyone’s portion including mine!

  17. As someone who has been following your site and reading your recipes for awhile now, I am thrilled to see everything condensed into an ebook. I think my favorite part is the short ingredients list despite the variety. Congratulations!

    1. Aww thank you so much Marcie! It was quite the jigsaw puzzle, but I am excited about it. I originally wanted it to be 5-10-20 then I realized that was insane. I bumped it to 25 but wanted more proteins so I had to settle on 30. I’m a bit of a perfectionist, haha, and I felt like the cookbook name would have been so much cuter as 5-10-20 but it is all about flavor, so I compromised.

  18. Mmm that pork loin sounds really good. I love that there is a set amount of ingredients. That makes shopping for everything in the book much simpler.

    1. Thanks! I definitely wanted the shopping to be easy. When I was using a professional chef’s menu planning program it made the best shopping lists so I wanted to recreate that here.

  19. I love that you provide an ingredients list. This does make shopping and planning so much easier! Thank you!

  20. Thanks for sharing such a great recipe roundup! Planning meals will be very important when school kicks back in!

  21. Your e-book looks great,! I love finding new recipes to cook for the family, so nice to have ingredients that work together in all your weekly meals. Thanks for sharing!

  22. This is awesome! I need to find more like this because only having to use 30 ingredients and make all of those meals would be awesome!

    1. Well I hope you like the blog enough to stick around! I am hoping to put out a similar cookbook quarterly!

  23. What a great recipe collection! It is awesome to have meals made simple with well organized cookbook!

  24. How awesome congrats! I love to cook in my slow cooker I can’t wait to make the Slow Cooker Turkey with Gravy, Candied Sweet Potatoes & Green Peas.

  25. Congrats on your first e-book! I’m definitely going to try that peanut pasta recipe. It looks divine.

  26. Fantastic!! I definitely need some new recipes in my life, so this will be perfect! Thank you so much for the food inspiration!

  27. This is what I’ve been waiting for! I need to start making more actual meals for the family, and this looks like a great starting point. Thanks!

  28. This sounds awesome! I love that many of the same ingredients are used in all the recipes. One of the main reasons I don’t cook fancier meals is because of all the special, extra ingredients most recipes seem to require.

    1. Well, no wonder I couldn’t make it work. I was using the wrong email. It downloads perfectly from the “thank you for subscribing email”. Looks fabulous!