The Pioneer Woman Cooks - Super Easy! 120 Shortcut Recipes for Dinners, Desserts, and MoreBy
Fall in love with cooking again with classic family-friendly recipes made quick and easy from #1 New York Times bestselling author and Food Network favorite Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman.
With her family-friendly cooking and lifestyle brand ranging from a hit Food Network show to an eponymous magazine to a bestselling line of food and home products to restaurants and shops in her bustling small town—not to mention her blog, recently updated and going strong after 14 years—Ree Drummond remains totally in tune with what today’s families want to eat—and comfort, speed, and ease are on the menu!
In Ree’s new cookbook, with recipes that range from comfort classics to easy skillets to ready-in-minutes Tex Mex meals, readers can find whatever they need to suit their cooking schedule—today! Filled with funny anecdotes, delightful asides, and notes from Ree’s family about their favorite dishes, this book will both entertain and feed the whole family, from game-changing breakfasts to go-to dinners (not to mention simple snacks and doable desserts) that bring the family together—without having to spend hours in the kitchen. It’s just what the home cook ordered!
You’ll fall in love with this new crop of Ree’s recipes, including Butter Pecan French Toast Skillet, Buffalo Chicken “Tot”chos, White Lasagna Soup, Broccoli-Cheddar Stromboli (so great for kiddos!), and an entire section of Pastas and Grains, where you’ll find recipes for everything from One Pot Pasta to a colorful and fresh Hawaiian Shrimp Bowl. There are also easy skillet recipes, such as Pepperoni Fried Rice, Quick Chicken-Fried Steak, and ultra-tasty Chicken Curry in a Hurry . . . as well as assemble-in-the-baking-dish casseroles, throw-together sheet pan suppers, and delightful desserts such as Mug Cakes, Quick Coconut Cream Pie, and S’mores Brownie Bars that you’ll dream about! There’s something for everyone in this cookbook, and you’ll find yourself turning to the recipes time and time again.
By Ree Drummond