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Home cooked meals have never been easier! Dump dinners are super-easy, tasty meals for fast-paced families—all you do is “dump” a few readymade ingredients together, and voila, dinner is served. Getting a home-cooked meal on the table during a busy weeknight can be challenging, but The Absolute Best Dump Dinners Cookbook will show you how to make the most of pantry staple Home cooked meals have never been easier! Dump dinners are super-easy, tasty meals for fast-paced families—all you do is “dump” a few readymade ingredients together, and voila, dinner is served. Getting a home-cooked meal on the table during a busy weeknight can be challenging, but The Absolute Best Dump Dinners Cookbook will show you how to make the most of pantry staples, pre-prepped fresh vegetables, and hidden gems in the frozen aisle to create comforting, delicious meals the whole family will love. Inside you’ll find: • 75 incredibly flavorful recipes, including One-Pot Tomato-Basil Pasta, Chicken Enchilada Skillet, and Bacon, Potato, and Cheddar Frittata • Handy tips for prepping meals in advance and freezing so you can prep once and eat all week • Recommended ingredients to always keep on hand for when you need to toss something together quickly • 10 stunning salad recipes for when you’re craving something fresh


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Home cooked meals have never been easier! Dump dinners are super-easy, tasty meals for fast-paced families—all you do is “dump” a few readymade ingredients together, and voila, dinner is served. Getting a home-cooked meal on the table during a busy weeknight can be challenging, but The Absolute Best Dump Dinners Cookbook will show you how to make the most of pantry staple Home cooked meals have never been easier! Dump dinners are super-easy, tasty meals for fast-paced families—all you do is “dump” a few readymade ingredients together, and voila, dinner is served. Getting a home-cooked meal on the table during a busy weeknight can be challenging, but The Absolute Best Dump Dinners Cookbook will show you how to make the most of pantry staples, pre-prepped fresh vegetables, and hidden gems in the frozen aisle to create comforting, delicious meals the whole family will love. Inside you’ll find: • 75 incredibly flavorful recipes, including One-Pot Tomato-Basil Pasta, Chicken Enchilada Skillet, and Bacon, Potato, and Cheddar Frittata • Handy tips for prepping meals in advance and freezing so you can prep once and eat all week • Recommended ingredients to always keep on hand for when you need to toss something together quickly • 10 stunning salad recipes for when you’re craving something fresh

30 review for Dump Dinners: The Absolute Best Dump Dinners Cookbook: 75 Amazingly Easy Recipes for Your Favorite Comfort Foods

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    I bought this book on my kindle. I liked the title of the book. all of the recipes look very easy to do and not expensive. A fact I like. I have already written down the recipes I am interested in cooking. They are broke down into different categories. such as crock pot, sauce pan, casserole, pan type recipes. all are easy ones you "dump" together. I like that. it does not take a long time for preparation and cooking time.{except for the crock pot ones of course} looking forward to making some o I bought this book on my kindle. I liked the title of the book. all of the recipes look very easy to do and not expensive. A fact I like. I have already written down the recipes I am interested in cooking. They are broke down into different categories. such as crock pot, sauce pan, casserole, pan type recipes. all are easy ones you "dump" together. I like that. it does not take a long time for preparation and cooking time.{except for the crock pot ones of course} looking forward to making some of these recipes.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Zade

    If you are a very busy parent or just don't much like cooking, this will be a handy cookbook. The recipes are quite simple and quick to prepare, relying on prepared foods from the store (e.g. Rotisserie chicken, Ready Rice, etc.) combined in a single dish. There's a decent variety of flavors, so most readers will find a several things they like. The down side is that buying prepared foods is expensive and they aren't usually as healthy as what you could make yourself. If you're watching your sod If you are a very busy parent or just don't much like cooking, this will be a handy cookbook. The recipes are quite simple and quick to prepare, relying on prepared foods from the store (e.g. Rotisserie chicken, Ready Rice, etc.) combined in a single dish. There's a decent variety of flavors, so most readers will find a several things they like. The down side is that buying prepared foods is expensive and they aren't usually as healthy as what you could make yourself. If you're watching your sodium (or counting calories), this book is not for you. I've tried several of the recipes, mostly out of curiosity, and none were bad, but they also just aren't the kind of food we eat anymore. I ended up adapting most of the recipes to use ingredients made at home, but that pretty much defeats the purpose of the book, which is to save time and reduce the amount of cooking you have to do. I can see using this cookbook for evenings when my meal plan has gone awry and I need a quick fill-in before my teens get hangry. I can't imagine cooking from it on the regular. It might well prove useful for young adults who are cooking for themselves for the first time and aren't really comfortable in the kitchen. You could easily make one of these dishes and divide it into food prep containers to eat during the week. It's not economical, but none of the recipes is intimidating.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    I was hesitate on getting this cookbook and it being added to my cookbook graveyard as my husband calls it, to never be looked at again. Yet it went on sale for 99 cents in eBook format so decided to give it a try. One of things I hate about some cookbooks is when its recipes have ingredients I don't have on hand or are hard to find at a local supermarket. The second is when the recipe calls for like a dozen plus ingredients that makes it laborious to collect and the dish expensive. All of the in I was hesitate on getting this cookbook and it being added to my cookbook graveyard as my husband calls it, to never be looked at again. Yet it went on sale for 99 cents in eBook format so decided to give it a try. One of things I hate about some cookbooks is when its recipes have ingredients I don't have on hand or are hard to find at a local supermarket. The second is when the recipe calls for like a dozen plus ingredients that makes it laborious to collect and the dish expensive. All of the ingredients in this recipe book were non-perishable or frozen items I already had on had in my cabinets, stored in my pantry, or had in my freezer. Yay! Meats were easy to find. For example there were plenty of recipes that used precooked diced chicken (rotisserie, canned, freeze dried, precooked by you, or whatever format you wanted to use,). Plus the recipes didn't require a long list of ingredients. So joy again! There are tips for ingredient substitution or sides with every recipe. The first chapter gives tips on freezing, canning, vacuum sealing, and other techniques/tips on storing food ahead of time for future use. The one on preparing avocados for freezing was great. There was also other advice on cooking techniques and use of different cookware. The individual chapters after that are on dump dinners in a pot, skillet, casserole dish, sheet pan, slow cooker, and bowl (salads, etc). There are pictures in the intro and first chapter but not for the recipes, but 99% of the recipe books that I actually use that are not in the recipe book graveyard don't have pictures for every recipe. Plus I am dumping a bunch of stuff on top of each other. Do I really need a fake pretty commercial picture of the finished product? I am sure it cuts the cost of the book tremendously and I don't want to pay for extra pictures. Everything made so far tastes great and looks like I worked harder than I did. This a great recipe book for children to be able to help you make dinner. Source: My personal purchased library.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Anne Yedlin

    The dump Dinners cookbook has been such a time saver in my house!. I work a lot and don't always have time to prepare anything healthy. So having great recipes that take no time at all is essential! In this cookbook, it teaches the reader how to prep foods before hand and having it ready to cook within minutes. The recipes include ingredients that are common and most of the time already on hand making it even easier to prep your meal. The cookbook gives some great tips and tricks to make prep time The dump Dinners cookbook has been such a time saver in my house!. I work a lot and don't always have time to prepare anything healthy. So having great recipes that take no time at all is essential! In this cookbook, it teaches the reader how to prep foods before hand and having it ready to cook within minutes. The recipes include ingredients that are common and most of the time already on hand making it even easier to prep your meal. The cookbook gives some great tips and tricks to make prep time and cook time much simpler, in turn saving a lot of time and money! A few tips I appreciated the most are to vacuum seal the ingredients you will be using for each meal ahead of time, making a meal plan, and planning for the leftovers. It gives a detailed list of ingredients to keep on hand including dairy, meats and pantry items. I love how the cookbook has shown me how to save time when cooking so I am able to spend more of it with my family. The recipes are easy to read and easy to make and I can't wait to try them all! I would recommend this to busy families and anyone who wants to save time and money when prepping meals! I received this cookbook free for my review. I was not compensated for my review and all opinions are my own.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    I've read this twice in the past two days. The recipes require few ingredients and are designed for six types of cooking, including refrigeration, top of stove, slow cooker and oven. My favorite part is how one can "dump" the ingredients in ziptop bags which are marked for contents, instructions, dates and frozen flat. Prep done for the most part, all one must do is pull a package or two to thaw in the refrigerator and then cook using the recommended process. Hints for side dishes, desserts and I've read this twice in the past two days. The recipes require few ingredients and are designed for six types of cooking, including refrigeration, top of stove, slow cooker and oven. My favorite part is how one can "dump" the ingredients in ziptop bags which are marked for contents, instructions, dates and frozen flat. Prep done for the most part, all one must do is pull a package or two to thaw in the refrigerator and then cook using the recommended process. Hints for side dishes, desserts and beverages are also offered.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia Caprise

    Dump dinners Many of these recipes will make but I'll purchase chicken breasts and poach them and use that as an alternative to precooked as suggested. Iikewise the SME with sliced sirloin. But I really over this book and the ease of preparation. Although we don't have dessert very often I really liked the dessert suggestions that accompanied every recipe. A+

  7. 5 out of 5

    Naomi

    I found this cookbook to be something I would use periodically but would not go out of my way to use. Loaded down with recipes that use canned or processed foods, it isn't my way to cook. That being said, it was a 99 cent purchase, so I am not concerned/disappointed with the purchase. I just know it will not be a "go to" book for me.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Donna Hicks

    Not quite as I expected. I really expected to see some recipes that were a little more creative and a bit more on the 'dump' side of this very clever idea. It's not all bad, there are a few well worth trying.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jen Delong

    Great ideas. I bookmarked a ton of recipes and I am looking forward to trying them out. I only gave it a four because I really love cookbooks with pics...that is all that was missing.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    This is one of those books that you can go to on any night of the week and find something tasty to make up from what you have on hand. Very useful and chock-full of ideas!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lujain

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alice Mininch

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ann Hobler

  14. 5 out of 5

    D'Lynn P. Harrison

  15. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Drummond

  16. 5 out of 5

    Gail Koehler

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Steinberg

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Fausett

  19. 4 out of 5

    Joel Yager MD

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tina

  21. 5 out of 5

    Deb Shambrook

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne Marchiondo

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer (random jendsmit)

  24. 4 out of 5

    Herminia Valle

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen

  26. 4 out of 5

    Bilquees Shaikh

  27. 4 out of 5

    cheryl burns

  28. 5 out of 5

    Aminah

  29. 5 out of 5

    Carrie McCullough Jenkins

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mary Schieberl

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