On Friday, I introduced you to Nicole Dean. Now I want to introduce you to her Yummy PLR service. Yummy PLR is a combination of efforts between Arika Lewis and Nicole specifically geared toward recipes and food articles. For those of you that don’t know, I have to deal with some pretty wicked food allergies in my family. My mom is allergic to wheat, rice, salmon, raspberries, corn oil, peanuts, onions, etc, and even lettuce. Yes, lettuce. I am anaphylactically allergic to honey and my dad is allergic to aspartame (Sweet and Low.) This means I have to take great care in the kitchen and I cook a lot. In comes Yummy PLR.
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If you aren’t familiar with PLR, it stands for Private Label Rights articles. You may think it’s odd that I would endorse a PLR group considering we offer writing services. But there are some differences between article writing and PLR. PLR is a purchase service where you buy ready-made articles about blogging or marketing or other topics. You could use the article fresh out of the pan or you can use them as a framework and have them edited or rewritten. Sometimes these are great sources for ideas or for information if you’re using an article writer on an unfamiliar topic, you can gleam gems out of the articles then rewrite them.
Article writing is typically more targeted and ensures no one else has the same article (unless they steal it.)
If you are interested in finding out more about PLR, I would suggest Lynn Terry’s PLR Article Rewrite Dissected & Exposed blog post. She covers all the pros and cons of PLR.
I am a member of several of Nicole’s PLR sites. She has MomPLR, YummyPLR and EasyPLR and I’m always just amazed at the phenomenal content of the products. This is terrible for me to say, but I buy Nicole’s PLR articles to read and I don’t usually reuse them. A much better use of PLR is to provide quick content for your website. You take the article, change the wording slightly to suit your voice and post it to your blog or web pages. Another great option you have is to buy a pre-made e-course. Everything is included- even the squeeze pages.
My Favorite Yummy PLR Article
The following article and recipe are a taste of what you get from Yummy PLR. The Dreamy Orange Dip has been my daughter’s favorite treat since I first made it. She begs for it over ice cream and other unhealthy snacks.
Dreamy Orange Dip
What You Need:
1 (4 oz.) container fat free cream cheese, softened
1 (6 oz) container fat free orange flavored yogurt
2 TBSP powdered sugar
1 TBSP frozen orange concentrate
1/4tsp. Vanilla extract
1/2C fat free whip topping, thawed
How to Make It:
Place the softened cream cheese in a large mixing bow.
Use an electric on low speed and beat the cream cheese until smooth.
Add the yogurt, powdered sugar and orange concentrate.
Beat 1 minute on low speed until mixture is smooth once again.
Pour in the vanilla and stir to incorporate.
Use a rubber spatula and mix in the thawed whip topping until completely combined.
Serve with the fresh strawberries.
This dip can be covered and refrigerated up to 24 hours. Light and fluffy this dip works well with any type of fruit or can be spread on graham crackers as well.
Oranges come in many varieties. You can have navel oranges, blood oranges, or just ordinary oranges. They flourish most months of the year as long as the frost doesn’t get them. Most people enjoy an orange in some form.
The most common use for oranges is juice. Fresh squeezed orange juice with or without pulp provide plenty of Vitamin C. you can even get orange juice with added nutrients like calcium and Omega-3 fatty acids to enhance health.
The best oranges have smooth thin skins and are heavy with pulp and juice. Oranges with hard, bumpy skin could be dry inside. You may wonder how an orange can be dry, but the flesh inside is less than juicy or tasty. It actually looks flaky and shouldn’t be eaten.
Oranges are good for box lunches and snacks. Carry one around with you to eat anywhere. Don’t forget a wet wipe, though. The juice will be sticky and peeling the rind can stain your fingernails.
Oranges keep for a long time on the counter at room temperature. When the rind starts to look wrinkled and withered, their time is about up. The fruit will get soft and start to shrink until it actually looks rotten. Don’t let your fruit get this far gone. Use those oranges for other things.
I found that oranges make a nice glaze for homemade pound cake. Mix some fresh orange juice with some confectioner’s sugar in a saucepan and you have instant glaze. The juice of an orange adds flavor to muffins, breads, and sauces.
The rind of an orange can be candied and used as a sweet treat for kids at parties or anytime. Use oranges to garnish your pork roast, roasted chicken, or soups. Zest the rind over frothy drinks like cinnamon.
Got some extra oranges? We got some ideas for you to use them before they shrivel up and get thrown away.
(I have abbreviated part of the article for length reasons.)
So What Have You Got to Loose?
PLR is usually very reasonably priced. With Nicole’s sites, you can opt for a monthly subscription on Yummy PLR or buying article packets. If you are a mommy blogger, definitely check out MomPLR and EasyPLR has a little bit of everything.
Off to buy more oranges…
Note: There may be affiliate links contained in this blog post. This is not a sponsored post and is my personal opinion that I chose to share. I personally use many of Nicole’s products.