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The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook offers the simplest solution to one pot cooking with easy, 5-ingredient recipes for your skillet, dutch oven, sheet pan, and more! One pot recipes make cooking healthy, homemade dinners a lot easier—especially if you toss in the right ingredients. The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook uses a handful of fresh and flavorful ingredients to mak The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook offers the simplest solution to one pot cooking with easy, 5-ingredient recipes for your skillet, dutch oven, sheet pan, and more! One pot recipes make cooking healthy, homemade dinners a lot easier—especially if you toss in the right ingredients. The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook uses a handful of fresh and flavorful ingredients to make easy dinners part of your day-to-day routine.From waking up with a Tex-Mex Omelette to winding down your day with Chicken Cordon Bleu or a Ravioli and Spinach Bake for dinner, this cookbook offers low-effort, delicious dishes that need only one pot and 5 main ingredients to make. With most recipes requiring only 30 minutes or less to prepare, cook, and serve—and others that only take 20 minutes or less— the 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook gets you in and out of the kitchen in no time at all.The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook includes: One pot cooking 101 that provides shopping and storage tips, along with an overview of cooking techniques for every piece of cookware. 120 easy recipes that are organized by cooking vessel and feature skillet, saucepan, Dutch oven, sheet pan, baking dish, roasting pan, and no-cook bowl recipes. 5 main ingredients that keep shopping lists and kitchen prep quick and simple. Life can be hectic. Luckily, dinner doesn’t have to be with the 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook.


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The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook offers the simplest solution to one pot cooking with easy, 5-ingredient recipes for your skillet, dutch oven, sheet pan, and more! One pot recipes make cooking healthy, homemade dinners a lot easier—especially if you toss in the right ingredients. The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook uses a handful of fresh and flavorful ingredients to mak The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook offers the simplest solution to one pot cooking with easy, 5-ingredient recipes for your skillet, dutch oven, sheet pan, and more! One pot recipes make cooking healthy, homemade dinners a lot easier—especially if you toss in the right ingredients. The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook uses a handful of fresh and flavorful ingredients to make easy dinners part of your day-to-day routine.From waking up with a Tex-Mex Omelette to winding down your day with Chicken Cordon Bleu or a Ravioli and Spinach Bake for dinner, this cookbook offers low-effort, delicious dishes that need only one pot and 5 main ingredients to make. With most recipes requiring only 30 minutes or less to prepare, cook, and serve—and others that only take 20 minutes or less— the 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook gets you in and out of the kitchen in no time at all.The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook includes: One pot cooking 101 that provides shopping and storage tips, along with an overview of cooking techniques for every piece of cookware. 120 easy recipes that are organized by cooking vessel and feature skillet, saucepan, Dutch oven, sheet pan, baking dish, roasting pan, and no-cook bowl recipes. 5 main ingredients that keep shopping lists and kitchen prep quick and simple. Life can be hectic. Luckily, dinner doesn’t have to be with the 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook.

30 review for 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook: Easy Dinners from Your Skillet, Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan & More

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Kelly

    I love cookbooks, that is why I gave this one a 5 star. Well not only that is the fact that it is a full of one pot recipes. I am disabled but love to cook but I don't really like to do all the prep that is sometimes required with making a good meal. With a cookbook that only has 5 ingredients, is awesome. The 5-Ingredient One-Pot Cookbook has easy dinners that you can make in a skillet, Dutch Oven, and sheet pans. Sections include Easy One-Pot, Skillet and Saute Pan, Saucepan and Stockpot, Sheet I love cookbooks, that is why I gave this one a 5 star. Well not only that is the fact that it is a full of one pot recipes. I am disabled but love to cook but I don't really like to do all the prep that is sometimes required with making a good meal. With a cookbook that only has 5 ingredients, is awesome. The 5-Ingredient One-Pot Cookbook has easy dinners that you can make in a skillet, Dutch Oven, and sheet pans. Sections include Easy One-Pot, Skillet and Saute Pan, Saucepan and Stockpot, Sheet Pans, Baking Dishes, Roasting Pans, and No Cook Bowls. Included in the book are recipes for diets that consist of Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Nut-Free and Vegetarian, recipes to please everyone. There are even recipes from different cultures such as Indian and Japanese along with the good old fashioned comfort foods. I especially love the soup and pasta recipes! The recipes are easy to read and the pictures are gorgeous. In the back is a chart for measurement conversions along with a Clean Fifteen and Dirty Dozen, which tells you what produce to buy organically. This is a cookbook that will be forefront on my kitchen shelf!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris From RecipesNow!

    In the never-ending search for the “perfect recipe”, the one that makes itself magically while you stare at the ingredients in the refrigerator, occasionally you come across ones that are nearly as good. Recipes that are made in one pot with a few ingredients are like that. In 5-Ingredient One-Pot Cookbook you find just these type of recipes. All of the recipes in this cookbook have five ingredients or less, not counting salt, pepper, etc. and can either be made in less than 30 minutes or in a sl In the never-ending search for the “perfect recipe”, the one that makes itself magically while you stare at the ingredients in the refrigerator, occasionally you come across ones that are nearly as good. Recipes that are made in one pot with a few ingredients are like that. In 5-Ingredient One-Pot Cookbook you find just these type of recipes. All of the recipes in this cookbook have five ingredients or less, not counting salt, pepper, etc. and can either be made in less than 30 minutes or in a slow cooker. Many can also be made ahead to be frozen and reheated later. After a brief introduction by the author, the book starts with Easy One-Pot Cooking. This section explains the one pot concept and includes descriptions of the various pots/pans which will be used. It also includes a list of basics items and staples which you will want to keep on hand. Storage tips, shopping tips, and a list of the best frozen produce to get are included next. Lastly is a description of the various recipe labels found throughout the cookbook. Rather than splitting up the recipes by ingredient, they are split up by the cooking pot/pan used. Chapters include: Skillet And Sauté Pan Saucepan And Stockpot Dutch Oven Sheet Pan Baking Dish Roasting Pan No-Cook Bowl Each of the recipes includes a brief description, the shortest of ingredients list and excellent instructions. Many also include ingredient tips, preparation tips, cookware swaps, and/or variations for the recipe. All of the recipes include serving size, prep time & cook times, along with the nutritional information. The top of each recipe includes the pot/pan to use and a list of the labels: Extra-Quick Freezer-Friendly Gary-Free Gluten-Free Nut-Free Vegan Vegetarian Only A Few Pictures There are few recipes with a picture in this book. The only photographs are included at the beginning of each chapter. Thankfully the recipe title and page is included on the chapter title page across from the photograph. A chart of The Dirty Dozen And The Clean Fifteen, and Measurement Conversions charts round out the book. A convenient index listing recipes by the title is followed by the standard index. As much as I like creating a fancy meal, in this day and age, it is nearly impossible to find a time during the week. One pan meals also make it so much easier to clean up. See the full review and the recipe for Rustic Potato Galette at The RecipesNow! Reviews And Recipes Magazine. This review is written in response to a complimentary hard copy of the book provided by the publisher in hopes of an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bonnye Reed

    GNAB The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook is a very basic set of recipes that will simplify meals for us ancients and provide basic instruction for new cooks. I find that I am spending more time cooking in my cast iron, including the dutch oven, than I ever found time to do, before. I rarely get out the crock pot any longer, and have taken the Instant Pot off of my wish list. And this cookbook will be a perfect gift for my great-nieces and nephews. I received a free electronic copy of this cook boo GNAB The 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook is a very basic set of recipes that will simplify meals for us ancients and provide basic instruction for new cooks. I find that I am spending more time cooking in my cast iron, including the dutch oven, than I ever found time to do, before. I rarely get out the crock pot any longer, and have taken the Instant Pot off of my wish list. And this cookbook will be a perfect gift for my great-nieces and nephews. I received a free electronic copy of this cook book from Netgalley, Linda Kurniadi and Rockridge Press in exchange for an honest review. Thank you all for sharing your hard work with me. pub date Nov 20, 2018 rec Dec 9, 2018 Rockridge Press

  4. 4 out of 5

    Andrex

    Who is this cookbook for? Not me! This book is GREAT for someone just starting out in the kitchen. No matter your age, maybe up until now you have never cooked anything beyond toast and eggs. If this is you, this cookbook will be a wonderful transitional help for you from your usual fare of store-bought processed food/restaurant fare to learning how to create simple foods that taste great but are much healthier for you. This book of 120 recipes is divided into different sections by the pan used: Who is this cookbook for? Not me! This book is GREAT for someone just starting out in the kitchen. No matter your age, maybe up until now you have never cooked anything beyond toast and eggs. If this is you, this cookbook will be a wonderful transitional help for you from your usual fare of store-bought processed food/restaurant fare to learning how to create simple foods that taste great but are much healthier for you. This book of 120 recipes is divided into different sections by the pan used: Skillet and saute pan * Saucepan and stockpot * Dutch oven * Sheet pan * Baking dish * Roasting pan * No-cook bowl The above pans are all explained at the beginning of the book with even more in-depth information in each individual section. You will also learn what basics, pantry and fresh staples to keep on hand along with storage tips, shopping tips etc. At the end of the book there is great information on the Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen. A regular index is followed by a main food ingredient index. Looking for recipes containing bell peppers? Go to B and look down for Bell Peppers. Under that subtitle you will find all the recipe titles and corresponding page numbers for recipes containing that ingredient. If you are a confident, experienced cook that likes to cook from scratch using a variety of ingredients then I don't believe this book is for you. I personally do not like the chicken/vegetable broth recommendation or the supermarket rotisserie chicken. There is the potential of hidden additives in the chicken not to mention way too much sodium in both the chicken and the broth, unless you purchase the low sodium ones. Recipes show the number of servings, prep time, cook time, nutritional value and more along with if the recipe is gluten free, dairy free, nut free, vegetarian etc. As with many recipe books many of the portions are unrealistically small with servings for four being more appropriate for two! Have you ever heard of mirepoix? I hadn't but that's because I don't purchase mixed vegetables. VERY disappointed in the soup section as the majority of the soups are made with broth so truly cheating on the 5 ingredients. (Don't get me wrong. Broth is good for you but I would rather make my own using my own seasonings.) Despite what the author says at the beginning of the book on her focus being to use fresh ingredients as much as possible there are quite a few processed foods used in the recipes - store bought pie base, pizza crust, broth, marinara sauce, condensed soup etc. IMPORTANT to note that this book is cheese heavy so I would most definitely not recommend it for those who are dairy free. The author's tip of 'upgrading' roasted chicken by mincing the garlic and placing it under the skin is an excellent one. Chicken and garlic do really well together. Debated on what rating (3 or 4 stars) to give this book. It was most definitely not for me but it was well written and most definitely going to be useful to non-experienced cooks or those wanting to make quick and simple, relatively healthy meals. SO I decided on 4 stars. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher. That has not influenced my review, the thoughts and observations of which are my own. Thanks, Liz

  5. 5 out of 5

    Penmouse

    I really loved the 5-Ingredient One-Pot Cookbook by Linda Kurniadi as her cookbook is perfect for both novice and seasoned cooks. Why? Her recipes written well enough that a novice cook should have success in the kitchen while seasoned cooks can use her recipes to whip us a quick meal using pantry staples. In fact, I did just that tonight as I prepared her Corn Chowder recipe using ingredients I had in my pantry. You will find a photo of the prepared soup using her recipe included with my review I really loved the 5-Ingredient One-Pot Cookbook by Linda Kurniadi as her cookbook is perfect for both novice and seasoned cooks. Why? Her recipes written well enough that a novice cook should have success in the kitchen while seasoned cooks can use her recipes to whip us a quick meal using pantry staples. In fact, I did just that tonight as I prepared her Corn Chowder recipe using ingredients I had in my pantry. You will find a photo of the prepared soup using her recipe included with my review. Her recipe called for using 2 cups of vegetable broth, which I didn't have, so used chicken broth instead. The Corn Chowder recipe turned out delish and was the perfect meal as it's cold outside. The Corn Chowder can be prepared using a stockpot or slow cooker. I used a stockpot to prepare the soup. Other recipes you'll find in her cookbook include: Caramelized Onion and Potato Frittata Mu Shu Pork Tacos Red Pepper Risotto Chicken Maderia Peppercorn Pork Chops Not-Your-Usual Caesar Salad Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings Easy Roasted Salmon Elegant Tuna Salad Each recipe includes nutritional information, which I really like, as I am trying to eat healthier. Being able to select recipes based on nutrition information makes keeping to my healthy diet much easier. Throughout her cookbook you will find plenty of color photos illustrating the recipes. At the beginning of her cookbook the author writes about the ease of one pot cooking, the types of cookware used to prepare one pot recipes, and includes a section called Pantry Staples. Her book is broken down into chapters called: Skillet and Saute Pan Saucepan and Stockpot Dutch Oven Sheet Pan Baking Dish Roasting Pan No-Cook Bowl At the end of her book is a chapter called The Dirty Dozen and the Clean.Fifteen. The author lists produce that falls into the Dirty Dozen which the author recommends be bought as organic produce. The Clean Fifteen lists produce that are least critical to buy as organic produce. Overall, this is an excellent cookbook that will serve almost any cook well. Recommend. Review written after downloading a galley from NetGalley.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    This is a cookbook that would benefit someone new to cooking or someone( like me) who occasionally runs short of time but would like to do more than order from GrubHub. The book revolves around the premise of making good tasty meals with five ingredients not counting oil, nonstick cooking spray, salt, pepper, and water and only using one pot, pan, or even your slow cooker. If you're new to cooking you'll appreciate the section which tells you a little bit about each type of pan( Dutch oven, sauc This is a cookbook that would benefit someone new to cooking or someone( like me) who occasionally runs short of time but would like to do more than order from GrubHub. The book revolves around the premise of making good tasty meals with five ingredients not counting oil, nonstick cooking spray, salt, pepper, and water and only using one pot, pan, or even your slow cooker. If you're new to cooking you'll appreciate the section which tells you a little bit about each type of pan( Dutch oven, saucepan, skillet, etcetera) and the fact that the ‘pan picture’ is included with each recipe. There are also shopping tips, pantry staples, and basic ingredients you will want to have on hand. Recipes are divided by Skillet and Saucepan, Sauce Pan and Stockpot, Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan, Baking Dish, Roasting Pan, a No-Cook Bowl. Some of my favorites have been the Roasted Chicken with Thai Mango Sauce( 9 by 13 roasting pan), the Roasted Vegetable Frittata (baking dish / 10-inch skillet), Lemon Chicken with Asparagus (sheet pan), and the Spaghetti with Pistachio Pesto (saucepan). Nutritional information is included as are tips like Freezer Friendly, Dairy Free, Extra Quick, and Nut Free. The only thing I felt a new cook would really want( and honestly I prefer) are pictures. There is one picture for each section and I would be hard-pressed to make an unfamiliar dish without visuals. You can Google or YouTube or ask Alexa and you can usually find a close replica. I just felt that a beginning cook would gravitate towards such an easy, straightforward book and the lack of pictures would be considered a negative. I received an ARC from RockRidge Press through Callisto Publisher's Club.

  7. 5 out of 5

    David McClendon, Sr

    Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/B0jHGYpE48g Buy From Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Pxq9Ij Many of us are looking for easy recipes that are easy to cook and tasty at the same time. 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook: Easy Dinners from Your Skillet, Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan & More by Linda Kurniadi has that. The recipes in this book are simple to follow. There is a quick explanation at the beginning of the book to tell readers what they should always have on hand to make simple, five ingredient recipes without Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/B0jHGYpE48g Buy From Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Pxq9Ij Many of us are looking for easy recipes that are easy to cook and tasty at the same time. 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook: Easy Dinners from Your Skillet, Dutch Oven, Sheet Pan & More by Linda Kurniadi has that. The recipes in this book are simple to follow. There is a quick explanation at the beginning of the book to tell readers what they should always have on hand to make simple, five ingredient recipes without breaking the budget. Most of these recipes are awesome. There is even a recipe for my favorite, Broccoli Cheese soup. How great is that? We give 5-Ingredient One Pot Cookbook all five stars and you will, too. We think it will make a wonderful Christmas present any busy person on your Christmas gift list. We were sent a complimentary copy of this book. We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative. We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255. Notice: This post contains affiliate links. If you click a link and make a purchase, we may financially benefit from your transaction, at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support. Manian Debil Productions is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Buy From Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Pxq9Ij Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/B0jHGYpE48g

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Henke

    Got a busy lifestyle? Kids in multiple sports and after school activities and looking for quick, wholesome meals? You've found the cookbook YOU need! Linda doesn't just cover crock pot cooking, she covers instapots and 1 pot stove cooking too! No matter what you have, there's a recipe here for you! AND thanks to the 5 ingredient concept, you probably will have the items in your pantry and freezer, and just need to buy fresh items, as needed! Isn't THAT a relief? Sometimes you just want SIMPLE an Got a busy lifestyle? Kids in multiple sports and after school activities and looking for quick, wholesome meals? You've found the cookbook YOU need! Linda doesn't just cover crock pot cooking, she covers instapots and 1 pot stove cooking too! No matter what you have, there's a recipe here for you! AND thanks to the 5 ingredient concept, you probably will have the items in your pantry and freezer, and just need to buy fresh items, as needed! Isn't THAT a relief? Sometimes you just want SIMPLE and EASY? Especially as the holidays are upon us and we're all running around, right? This would even be a great starter cookbook for tweens, teens and coeds, as it is just that easy to use and understand! I do wish there were pictures of each recipe, but because they are so easy, it's not hard to understand what they should look like! The fam already bookmarked at least 1/3 of the book, so I know we'll be working are way through it, but I can tell you the recipe below is too good to be THIS simple! So check out this new book and make YOUR life easier, and spend more time with family and out of the kitchen! (sponsored-I did received a discount for this book)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    As a busy mom with a full time job, I seriously love recipes that don't require a lot of dirty dishes. This cookbook is perfect for that! I think sheet pan cooking is my new favorite, but I marked a ton of recipes to try in this book. I also liked that it gives you options to do make ahead freezer meals. Only personal downside to this cookbook, is that there are quite a few seafood recipes and my family is picky/ won't eat seafood. So far, we have really enjoyed the ravioli and spinach bake, the As a busy mom with a full time job, I seriously love recipes that don't require a lot of dirty dishes. This cookbook is perfect for that! I think sheet pan cooking is my new favorite, but I marked a ton of recipes to try in this book. I also liked that it gives you options to do make ahead freezer meals. Only personal downside to this cookbook, is that there are quite a few seafood recipes and my family is picky/ won't eat seafood. So far, we have really enjoyed the ravioli and spinach bake, the garlic-parmesan chicken wings, and chicken pot pie. Yummy!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne Grace

    I received an Advanced Reader Copy from Rockridge Press and Netgalley for my unbiased opinion of the book. This is a great cookbook for the busy family or someone just learning to cook the recipes are easy to follow and execute. It will help you spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your family. I loved it!!! I tried Skillet Ravioli in Marinara Sauce, Mushroom Udon Soup, Chicken Madeira. I can't wait to cook my way through it. I received an Advanced Reader Copy from Rockridge Press and Netgalley for my unbiased opinion of the book. This is a great cookbook for the busy family or someone just learning to cook the recipes are easy to follow and execute. It will help you spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your family. I loved it!!! I tried Skillet Ravioli in Marinara Sauce, Mushroom Udon Soup, Chicken Madeira. I can't wait to cook my way through it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amber Boos

    I am a fairly experienced cook and I LOVE one-pot cooking! These are mostly easy recipes with clear instructions and easy to find ingredients. I have only recently discovered the ease of sheet-pan cooking and am looking forward to trying more of those. This would be great for someone just beginning to cook for their family!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Raica

    Stock your pantry, do a little grocery shopping, have a pot, pan, or sheet ready, and you're off! Healthy, quick, and easy....that's what us cooks with busy schedules need! I am so glad I received this book from the publisher, because it is my go-to for several meals a week, now! Oh! and I love all the salad options! Stock your pantry, do a little grocery shopping, have a pot, pan, or sheet ready, and you're off! Healthy, quick, and easy....that's what us cooks with busy schedules need! I am so glad I received this book from the publisher, because it is my go-to for several meals a week, now! Oh! and I love all the salad options!

  13. 5 out of 5

    L Pousson

    Better than expected I downloaded a sample but it didn't show me the recipe lists to decide if I really wanted to purchase it. I took a chance and it payed off brilliantly. The recipes are tasty and not difficult to put together on the fly. I highly recommend it to first time cooks or seasoned veterans. It's a game changer for a busy mom. Better than expected I downloaded a sample but it didn't show me the recipe lists to decide if I really wanted to purchase it. I took a chance and it payed off brilliantly. The recipes are tasty and not difficult to put together on the fly. I highly recommend it to first time cooks or seasoned veterans. It's a game changer for a busy mom.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Leah

    Not as good as I thought but has some easy recipes

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kate TerHaar

    Lots of good basic recipes to make meal prep simple. Most ingredients are already in in cupboards to it is easy to find a recipe and prepare without going to the store.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Dru MacPherson

    Quick and easy recipes Great recipes. Ingredients are easily available. Find the recipes easy to put together and good flavor. Quick clean up too.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Leanne

    Quick, simple recipes that sound delicious. I found some new ideas to try.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Normalishmom

    I think this book applies to every person, every family, just everyone struggling to figure out what to cook for dinner. This book is the Pinterest compelation of my dreams with an added bonus that breaks down the exact types of pot and pans etc to help you get the dish done. The recipes are very easy to follow and vary from soups, risotto and even tacos. I’m a sucker for my Dutch oven but was so excited to test my skills on my sauté pans and stockpot. All that cookware I HAD to have when I got I think this book applies to every person, every family, just everyone struggling to figure out what to cook for dinner. This book is the Pinterest compelation of my dreams with an added bonus that breaks down the exact types of pot and pans etc to help you get the dish done. The recipes are very easy to follow and vary from soups, risotto and even tacos. I’m a sucker for my Dutch oven but was so excited to test my skills on my sauté pans and stockpot. All that cookware I HAD to have when I got married but has been sitting in my cupboard for three years are finally getting used! Getting married? Having a baby? You’re getting this book from me at your shower, it’s a great gift!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Harolyn Davis

  20. 4 out of 5

    Otherkate

  21. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Hryn

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ginnie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Dana

  24. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    This would be a good cookbook for aspiring cooks new to cooking at home or those with busy schedules. The recipes are easy to follow, contain minimal ingredients, and seem quick to make. I also appreciated the recipes used mostly real foods and not many processed ingredients. The information in the beginning is very basic, so if you've been cooking for a while you won't find that helpful. I also found many of the recipes were the same or similar to ones I already have in my repertoire. Thank you This would be a good cookbook for aspiring cooks new to cooking at home or those with busy schedules. The recipes are easy to follow, contain minimal ingredients, and seem quick to make. I also appreciated the recipes used mostly real foods and not many processed ingredients. The information in the beginning is very basic, so if you've been cooking for a while you won't find that helpful. I also found many of the recipes were the same or similar to ones I already have in my repertoire. Thank you to Callisto Media for this ARC.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Mary Hammett

  26. 4 out of 5

    Chanel

    Easy cookbook to read. All the receipt are good and easy to make. very colorful, and well organized book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Fisher

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mir

  29. 4 out of 5

    Betty McKinney

  30. 5 out of 5

    Dana

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