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Toasts!

I was in Los Angeles last week, and my sister Betsy and I ate our way across the city. One thing I noticed was that toasts were absolutely everywhere, on every menu, in a million different forms. And if you don’t know what “a toast” is, you’re about to laugh at the simple description. Show More Summary

Thin Fries

My entire family is addicted to these super-thin fries, and I don’t remember an instance I’ve made them when a single dang fry was left. And usually when I plan on making them, I try not to let the word get out until the last batch is being fried—otherwise they disappear sooner than I can get them on the table. Show More Summary

Strawberry Granola Pancakes

I am in Colorado with my two middle children and their two friends right now. I’m not sure what the cause of this is, but every time I come to Colorado, I strongly and constantly crave two things: granola and yogurt. And when I say “crave,”...Show More Summary

Veggie Chili

Good veggie chili is so arn good that you won’t even notice there’s no meat in it! This pot of goodness is chock full of all the good things in life: veggies, beans, and a lot of spice. Definitely one of my favorite meatless marvels on the planet! (And be sure to look at the variations/serving suggestions at the end. Show More Summary

Super Bowl Food!

The Super Bowl is this Sunday, and man oh man…I can not wait. Part of this is because I love a good football game…and part of it is that I love Super Bowl food. For my entire archive of Super Bowl-friendly foods, click here: Super Bowl Recipes on The Pioneer Woman Cooks. Show More Summary

Chicken Nachos

It’s Super Bowl week, and you know what that means: NACHOS! I mean, come on. It really is all about the nachos. (Don’t tell the Seahawks and Patriots I said that.) Here’s the step-by-step recipe for the luscious Chicken Nachos I made...Show More Summary

Butterscotch Pudding

I had a busy day yesterday because I’m getting ready to start shooting more Food Network episodes on the ranch, and by late afternoon I had a little block of time alone in the house before I had to to run Bryce to the end of our road to meet Marlboro Man, who had to run him to his out-of-town basketball game, before I had to drive the other direction to our town to pick…

Mediterranean Orzo Salad

I love a good orzo salad, and this is one of my favorites because it’s tangy and fresh and there are approximately fourteen million fun ingredients…so it goes with pretty much everything! You know what Confucius always said: “There’s...Show More Summary

Tomato Soup with Parmesan Croutons

I made this luscious soup on Saturday’s “Souper Good” episode on Food Network, and it’s also going to be in my next cookbook, which, if I play my cards right (translation: if I get it done), will be out this fall. But it’s so scrumptious,...Show More Summary

Pimento Cheese

My favorite (and only, but still favorite) sister Betsy has been visiting during Christmas, and the night she first arrived, she brought a bag full of wine-friendly treats for us, including a container of pimento cheese made with—get ready—smoked Gouda cheese. Show More Summary

Christmas Tortilla Rollups

I made these on my Christmas episode a couple of years ago when I had friends over to the Lodge for a cocktail party, and I just realized as I made a batch yesterday that I’d never posted them here! They’re just lovely little flour tortilla...Show More Summary

Weekend Mixer Giveaway!

Today, because Christmas is less than a week away, I’m giving away my holiday cookbook along with a matching holiday-edition KitchenAid mixer!     I had the mixer designed especially to celebrate the launch of my cookbook last year.Show More Summary

Gingerbread Cookies

This is one of my favorite recipes from my holiday cookbook, and I also made them (albeit in different shapes) on my recent Food Network Christmas special. It’s just a good, basic, rich, flavorful gingerbread cookie recipe cut into any...Show More Summary

Positively Peppermint!

Christmas is coming and peppermint is everywhere, so I wanted to share a small handful of my favorite peppermint recipes here on The Pioneer Woman Cooks! There are some good ones here, friends.   Chocolate Cupcakes with Peppermint Frosting. Show More Summary

Holiday Cookbook + Mixer Giveaway (Winners!)

Note: Because of the huge response, I have added a second cookbook + mixer for a total of two prizes! The winners are… #11595 Alicia S. “It is really hard to pick only one thing but I guess I will have to say the stuffing.” #105698 Dawn...Show More Summary

Broccoli-Cauliflower Casserole

This is about as close to an as-it-happens recipe post as it gets here on The Pioneer Woman Cooks, because I made the casserole last night, covered it, popped it in the fridge, and am baking it right now as I type up this post. The important thing you need to know about me is that I am a planner. Show More Summary

Pumpkin Ravioli

I made a cake yesterday that used exactly half of a large can of pumpkin puree (I’ll post the cake recipe later this week), which meant, if my math is correct, that I had exactly half of a large can of pumpkin puree leftover. Check my...Show More Summary

Rice Pudding

I don’t make rice pudding very often, but whenever I do, I always stop dead in my tracks and confront myself with the same question: “Why don’t you make rice pudding more often?!?” I mean…rice pudding. Rice pudding. There’s nothing like it in the world. Show More Summary

Sesame Chicken Salad

I ordered a salad similar to this one while Paige and I were in Kansas for a soccer tournament last weekend. We had gone back to the hotel room after her Sunday morning game and planned to take advantage of being in civilization by getting all spiffed up and going out for lunch at an area restaurant, then doing a little shopping. Show More Summary

Butternut Squash and Kale

This is one of my absolute favorite veggie combinations, and it doesn’t matter how much of it I make…it disappears before I can say “Butternut Squash and Kale.” See? It’s gone again! Now I have to make more. The below process photosShow More Summary

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