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The Everyday Diabetic Recipes eCookbooks are free, downloadable recipe collections organized around a theme, such as dessert recipes, holiday recipes, or recipes that can be made in 30 minutes or less. These eCookbooks are PDF documents that can be downloaded from our website, saved to your computer, and/or printed for easy reference while cooking. We think eCookbooks are a great way to offer a free collection of recipes to our readers. You can find our latest collection of eBooks here.
You will need Adobe to access our eCookbooks, but you can download a free copy of Adobe Reader from the Adobe website. If a link in a PDF recipe does not work, type the recipe name into the search box at our website to locate the project and please contact us.
The EverydayDiabeticRecipes.com editorial team loves giving away free products to our readers! As often as we can, we feature new contests where you can enter to win a prize. You can enter any contest via the entry form on the contest page. In addition to standard entries via the form on the contest page, we will give you an extra entry any contest for EACH of the following items:
Our giveaways range in duration and frequency, so check our Giveaways page often! Winners are notified by email, and they have two weeks to send back their shipping address in order to claim the prize. For more specific rules regarding a giveaway, please see the Rules link at the bottom of any contest page. See all current and upcoming giveaways here.
Our Recipe Box is a neat tool that allows you to save your favorite recipes from EverydayDiabeticRecipes.com and store them in one organized place. Our easy how-to guide will help you get started.
The Everyday Diabetic Recipes eNewsletter is the free email recipe newsletter published by the Editors of at EverydayDiabeticRecipes.com. We publish the Everyday Diabetic Recipes eNewsletter 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). Each of the standard issues revolves around a recipe or theme, such as chicken recipes, slow cooker recipes, casseroles, breakfast, childhood favorite recipes, vintage recipes, and everything else from A - Z. Many of our standard issues include:
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Updated November 22, 2017