The Pioneer Woman Cooks
First things first: It’s Easter week, so here is my entire Easter Recipe Archive if you’d like to start planning your weekend cooking. Growing up, my family would go to Sunday brunch a few times a year, and I still remember going through the buffet line and loading up on…well, everything. From ...
Weekend Pot Giveaway!
The winners of the pot are: #25994 Rita: “The virtuous woman from Proverbs 31. She was a working woman, a mom, a wife, owned a business, was educated and remained balanced. Everything I strive to be.” #26578 Vicki: “I would love to sit and chat and dine with my grandpa!” #76936 Bobbi H: “My ...
If you’ve never tried zucchini noodles, take note: They’re delicious! A light alternative to pasta, and while I add a simple tomato/garlic sauce here, you can pretty much do any sauce you’d normally put on pasta. So dang delightful and so fun to make! (Note: There are machines available that cut ...
A couple of weeks ago, I was working on my new cookbook. My friend Andy was helping me prep food and get things organized, and to charge me up for what was about to become an epic day of cooking, he made me a concoction he referred to as BULLETPROOF® Coffee. He’d seen it on Jimmy Fallon or Jimmy ...
Chicken Broccolini with Mustard Cream Sauce
(Note from PW: I have partnered with Land O’ Lakes for this post.) Oh, boy…is this ever good! I’ve made breaded chicken breasts stuffed with all sorts of delicious ingredients throughout the course of my 46.2 years on this earth: mushrooms, ham, cheese, spinach, and other various things. But this
Healthy Green Smoothie
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Rather than share a decadent Shamrock Shake or a moist-and-delicious Guinness Cake or other drippy, sinful St. Paddy’s Day treat, I thought I’d be a rebellious little leprechaun and share a simple, relatively healthy green smoothie for those among us who are in the mood! ...
St. Paddy’s Day Recipes
Tomorrow is St. Patrick’s Day—do you have your green clothes picked out yet? Do you have your recipes picked out yet? Here are some suggestions for ya! Irish Coffee. Dreamy, delectable, and a real problem on those years I give up booze for Lent. Irish Hills Cupcakes. The only thing Irish ...
When a brownie and a cookie meet, fall in love, and get married, this is the wedded bliss that results. I love these beautiful babies, because they’re everything that’s wonderful about brownies, but in easy-to-eat cookie form. And the easier chocolate is to eat, the happier and more contended my ...
I can’t draw to save my life. I can’t paint a pretty picture. I can’t write a sonnet, sing an aria, or sculpt. But I can make meatloaf. And this Italian version will make you feel like you can do all of the above, times a hundred. I made this meatloaf on a Food Network episode with my boy Bryce ...
There’s nothing quicker or easier in life than whipping up a big skillet of scrambled eggs, and if you throw in a bunch of simple add-ins, you can turn it into a delicious, satisfying breakfast (or lunch or dinner!) in no time at all. Unless you live on an isolated ranch and run out of eggs, in ...