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Whether you feel it or not, the Christmas vibe is just around the corner. December has just started and suddenly you cannot hide from Christams’s atmosphere. The decorations, lights, sales, gift ideas, or even songs are everywhere. And if you live in a big city like me (I live in Paris) you just cannot run away from this unique Christmas energy. Actually, technically you can but why would you want to do that?
Okay, I admit it, I’ve already listened to Wham’s “Last Christmas”. And yes I think that it’s the only truly great Christmas song. And yes I’m already preparing my Christmas movies list.
But there’s another thing I’ve already started to plan and organize… and it’s my Christmas menu. I want to be prepared to feed my family and friends with delicious food in a stress-free manner. I truly want to enjoy the process and to be able to do that I need to start planningwasn’t my Christmas party earlier this year because the last year I started organizing my Christmas dinner on December 24th morning… You can probably imagine that it wasn’t the best idea and it cost me a lot of stress.
This year it’s different. I’m already planning and organizing the perfect Christmas experience with the best resources that you can find out there – with the Ultimate Cooking Bundle.
This Bundle is a collection of digital products that include:
- 13 eBooks
- 3 eCourses
- 7 Printables
- and bonuses
And the best thing is that you can get all of it for only $19.97.
But before making a choice whether you want to grab the Ultimate Cooking Bundle or not, here’s my review:
PS. Don’t forget to grab your FREEBIES and register for a FREE webinar!
What’s in the Bundle?
The bundle consists of 23 resources that will help you:
- create a full meal with ease
- organize your kitchen in preparation
- make delicious desserts
- impress your friends and family
- and more
Bundle Products List
- Desserts (6 resources worth $66.00)
- Full Meal Plans (6 resources worth $82.38)
- Fun Additions (4 resources worth $49.77)
- Planning & Organization (7 resources worth $108.98)
What Types Of Products are in the Bundle?
- 13 eBooks
- 3 eCourses
- 7 Printables
What is the Cost of the Bundle?
The bundle of 23 products costs $19.97. There is an additional option for cheat sheets, which are abbreviated notes versions of the materials. It’s $27.97 with the cheat sheets included.
My Top 7 Recommended Products in the Bundle
1. Holiday Self-care planner (35 pages): Nourish your mind, body and soul during this Holiday season by Sonia Motwani (Printable) $9.00
2. 2021 Holiday Planner: Get your holidays organized by Pam Hoepner
Use this 23-pg planner to keep holiday shopping organized and on budget, track packages and cards, organize holiday baking, plan the menu and grocery shopping for your Christmas Day meal, and learn how to organize and store your holiday decorations.
3. Mindful Meal Planning: Relieve holiday cooking stress, create more mindfulness in the kitchen by Jenny Eden Berk (eBook) $27.00
A mindful method to stay conscious in the kitchen, nourish your bod throughout the week, and find your meal planning mojo.
3. Delicious, Allergen-Free Comfort Food by Rachel Abernathy (eBook) $9.99
4. Plant Based Holidays Survival Guide by Kim Murphy (eBook) $27.00
Thrive during the holidays with healthy plant based holiday recipes, holiday party organization checklists & menu planner, tips for staying plant based during the holidays, and learn how to turn your traditional Holiday recipes into plant based versions.
5. Gluten-Free & Paleo Holiday Recipes by Raia Todd (eBook) $5.00
6. How to Host a Stress-Free Holiday Meal by Tara Ziegmont (Printable) $6.99
In the pages of How to Host a Stress-Free Holiday Meal, you will learn how to plan and prepare a simple, easy, and amazingly delicious Thanksgiving or Christmas feast.
7. The Holiday Planning Bundle by Sue Nelson and Diane Ferriera (eCourse) $20.00
Have Your Most Organized Holiday Ever!
BONUSE in the Bundle
Free flour gnocchi cooking class on January 8 from Chicca’s Cooking Club worth $36.00
Online cooking classes, live from Tuscany. Join Chicca, your charismatic Italian friend, to cook authentic dishes from her heritage in your own kitchen.
You don’t have to stick to all the same desserts every year. Cate Brubaker is going to show us German Holiday Treats that Will Delight Your Taste Buds and Impress Your Friends in a free class. Register for the free class here and get step-by-step guidance on how to make these yummy dishes.
This is a strange, uncertain time, and I’m glad Ultimate Bundles offers a 30-day happiness guarantee. You can try the bundle out for a month and if you don’t like the bundle if you need your money back, or for any reason, just email their customer happiness team within 30 days for a full refund.
Pros Of The Bundle
- High-quality products covering lots of information on planning and organizing the perfect Christmas party.
- Simple and effective tips to plan and organize a happy, healthy, stress-free, and unforgettable Christmas.
- Powerful hacks & healthy holiday tips to stay on track this season
- Plenty of tutorials & guides from “How to Host a Stress-Free Holiday Meal” to “Holiday Cocktail Guide for the Home Bartender” will help you to host an unforgettable Christmas Party.
- 1 High-Quality Bonus
- Quality-price ratio (Price $19.97 for 23 products worth $307.07)
Cons Of The Bundle
- You’re not interested in throwing the perfect Christmas party
- You don’t want to plan and organize your holiday dinners for less stress and more time with family
- You have no intention to discover new delicious Christmas cookie recipes
- Having 23 resources to read can be overwhelming
Who Do I Recommend this Bundle for?
- If you’re interested in planning and organising the perfect celebration
- If you want to discover new, original and incredibly delicious Christmas meals
- If you want to thrive (not only survive) during the Christmas season
- If you want to nourish your mind, body and soul during this Holiday season
Who Don’t I Recommend this Bundle for?
- You don’t think you’ll use the products
- You don’t want to spend $19.97 on 23 products worth $303.07
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Stay positive, be mindful and throw the best Christmas party!
6 thoughts on “Holiday Cooking Bundle 2021: My Review + FREEBIES!”
You lost me at Wham. I can’t stand that song. (But I have my own truly great Christmas songs…)
Hi! Thank you for your comment! My whole family can totally relate to your words, they cannot stand “Last Christmas” too. So when I am with them I have to listen to it on my headphones. But tell me what are your favorite Christmas songs, I would love to listen to something new. I am preparing my Christmas songs playlist to create a Christmas vibe this year and I really need some inspiration! Have a wonderful week! Take care!! 😃😉
(Of course, you’re entitled to your opinion; I probably shouldn’t have come across as being so negative.)
Don’t worry! You’re not coming across as being negative! But still, if you can please tell me what are your favorite Christmas songs! 😃😉
Okay… let’s see… I tend to like the traditional Christmas songs about the birth of Jesus, but despite my huge music collection, I don’t really have a whole lot of Christmas music. Third Day was a Christian rock band from Atlanta that was popular from the early 1990s through their peaceful breakup just a few years ago, and I always liked their slightly bluesy version of O Holy Night, especially the piano solo at the end. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8Inv51RHSw
Brad Paisley has a nice country version of Away In A Manger.
As for more secular Christmas songs, this one was always a silly childhood favorite: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgIwLeASnkw
And a recent addition to my list, I discovered this one when one of my favorite singers and his band a few years ago. Alan Doyle is from Newfoundland, with a lot of references to sailing and fishing in his music; I’ve never been on a ship or away from my family in the manner of the character in this song, but it’s really sweet and sometimes makes me get teary-eyed, maybe because I’ve never really had that feeling of having a loved one to go home to on Christmas, and it brings up a lot of feelings about what I’ve done with my life and if I’ve done it right, but also just the comfort of being around family and friends in general on Christmas. (This is a cover, the original was by Ron Hynes, another Newfoundlander whom I only know because Alan cites him as an influence. But I like Alan’s version better, with the instrumental solo after the second verse, and Alan and Kendel’s pleasant harmonies in the chorus.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zYurJROPhvE
I have lots of others, if you’re curious… I love Third Day’s entire Christmas album, for one.
Thank you for your list of Christmas songs! And yes, I’m curious about other ones! Because let’s face it “Last Christmas” it’s not the best choice, even if it’s the most famous ones. I hope you’re doing ok. Have a wonderful rest of the week. I wish you and your family a peaceful and merry Christmas. 😃😉