General Blog Questions

Can I post your recipe on my site/Facebook page/blog?

All recipe photos found on SpendWithPennies.com are protected by copyright. Photos can be shared with a link to the original recipe. Please do not copy/paste entire recipes. View my photo/recipe use policy here.

Can I use your photo in a round up?

If you are a blogger creating a round up, we would love to be included! Please feel free to use a photo with a link and I’m sure you already know this but… we kindly ask that you do not include ingredients/directions.

I left a comment on a recipe and I don’t see it.

We read every comment and question left on this site. All comments are moderated for spam. We love hearing from you and knowing if you enjoyed a recipe or have a question. Honest reviews, both good and bad, from those that have tried the recipe are always welcome. Any rude or derogatory comments will not be posted. Links will not be posted in comments.

Can I write a guest post for your site?

We do not accept guest posts on SpendWithPennies.com.

Do you work with brands or provide sponsored posts?

Yes, we do! We are always looking for awesome new products, ideas, and yummy things to share with SpendWithPennies.com readers. Only items that are a good fit for my readers will be considered! We do not provide product reviews.

How can I get your recipes?

You can subscribe to my email newsletter to receive updates each day including new recipes, tips, ideas, and more! Be sure to confirm your email once you sign up.

Recipe Questions

How can I save your recipes?

Log-into your account, click on the heart icon to save a recipe, and go to the magnifying glass to access all of your saved recipes. If you’re on desktop, the heart icon on the top right will take you directly to your recipe favorites!

How can I print your recipes?

Each recipe has a print button located above the ingredients list.

I tried your recipe and it didn’t work for me. Why?

Since we are not in your kitchen, we can’t say for sure why a particular recipe isn’t working for you. That being said, if the recipe isn’t working for you there are a few steps you can take.
– First, read over the recipe and ingredients to ensure nothing snuck past you.
– Ensure you haven’t made substitutions of any sort the first time you try a new recipe.
– Read through the reader comments as well as the full description in the post for tips regarding the recipe.
– If you still aren’t sure, please leave me a comment directly on the recipe and we will do our best to troubleshoot and help you along. It’s best to post directly on the recipe because others may have the same question or suggestions on how to fix it!

Can this recipe be made with {insert ingredient here} instead?

Recipes provided have been made only as written. There are literally hundreds of ingredients that can be swapped out, tested, or tried. We cannot say for sure if your substitution will work or not if we haven’t personally tried it. We generally suggest trying the recipe as written the first time you make it and then adding in your own modifications.

Why are ingredients like {insert ingredient here} included in recipes? Those aren’t healthy ingredients, they contain chemicals.

SpendWithPennies.com provides all types of recipes for all levels of skill and lifestyles. These recipes include a variety of ingredients including some boxed mixes, packaged items, and canned items. If these items don’t fit in with your personal lifestyle, there are plenty of from scratch recipes here too! Visit the recipe index to find more recipes!

Can you provide nutritional information?

The nutrition information provided is an estimate and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used. Information is provided as an estimate only. Foods can vary by brand. No information on SpendWithPennies.com is to be taken as or considered medical information. There are many nutritional calculators online, my favorite is found at myfitnesspal.com as they’ve made it very easy. Just copy the link in the address bar and add it to their calculator… no need to add in the ingredients! Easy right?