My 5 Favorite Cookbooks of 2021
Picking out my favorite cookbooks of the year is a lot like picking out your favorite child (or at least I imagine it is).
1. The Pioneer Woman Cooks Super Easy!
I am a huge fan of The Pioneer Woman. Her cookbooks are so well written with delicious easy to follow recipes. The Pioneer Woman Cooks Super Easy! offers shortcut recipes for all of our busy lives. Click here to check out my full review of The Pioneer Woman Cooks Super Easy!
2. Cooking With Deadpool
Who doesn’t love Deadpool? I know I am a huge fan and when I saw Cooking With Deadpool I couldn’t wait to try it. The recipes have fun names and are really delicious. To read my full review click here.
3. Baking for the Holidays
Last year at Christmas I finally got a copy of 100 Cookies by Sarah Kieffer and it is a great cookbook. When I found out she had Baking for the Holidays coming out I knew I had to try it ASAP. The cookbook and recipes are just as good as her previous cookbook. I will be cooking from Baking for the Holidays every year. Click here to read my full review of Baking for the Holidays.
4. Rodney Scott’s World of BBQ
Growing up living in Georgia I was always exposed to a lot of BBQ, however, having lived most of my adult life in apartments it’s not something I made a lot. There was a lot of talk about Rodney Scott’s World of BBQ and I wanted to give it a try since I was going to be visiting my parents in Florida and had access to their grill. I was very happy with how all of the recipes turned out and in my opinion this is a must own for everyone who likes to grill. Click here to read my full review of Rodney Scott’s World of BBQ.
5. Come On Over
I am always in search of great cookbooks that allow for fun family get togethers. Come On Over is the perfect cookbook for cooking for your family. The recipes are perfect to fee everyone. Click here to read my full review of Come on Over.
All of these cookbooks above are the perfect additions to your cookbook shelf. Plus they are great gift options if you are still searching for that perfect gift.
Let me know below what are your favorite cookbooks of 2021 and what’s your favorite dish you have made from it.