My 7 Most Used Cookbooks
In life we have our favorite shoes, jeans and for me my favorite cookbooks. My favorite cookbooks are all my most used cookbooks. Of course each year that can change but right now below are my top 7 cookbooks in reverse order. I hope these give you some inspiration of what to add to your shelf.
7. 100 Cookies: The Baking Book for Every Kitchen, with Classic Cookies, Novel Treats, Brownies, Bars, and More
I love this cookbook and it took forever to get a copy since it kept selling out. Right now I am thinking about making something new from it maybe some brownies. Check out my full review here to see more.
6. Half Baked Harvest Super Simple: More Than 125 Recipes for Instant, Overnight, Meal-Prepped, and Easy Comfort Foods
I added this cookbook to my collection this past year and I am glad I did. The cookbook has such a wide variety of meals and I am going to make the stuffed sweet potatoes again this weekend. Check out my full review here to see more.
5. The Well Plated Cookbook: Fast, Healthy Recipes You’ll Want to Eat
Another cookbook that I added to my collection in 2020. I love all of the recipes I have tried and the Autumn Sheet Pan Sausages with Apples and Harvest Vegetables is on the meal plan again for this week. Check out my full review here.
4. Weight Watchers Family Meals: 250 Recipes for Bringing Family, Friends, and Food Together
I am always searching for filling, delicious healthy meals and I love this cookbook for them. The chicken pot pie is calling my name and can’t wait to make it again. Check out my full review here.
3. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: The New Frontier
This cookbook is such a versatile cookbook. I have made the Key Lime Pie bites a few times and they always get eaten so fast. Check out my full review here.
2. Cooking Light Complete Cookbook: A Fresh New Way to Cook
I have used this cookbook so much that a bunch of the center pages are falling out. The meatloaf recipe is one of my favorite all time recipes from all of my cookbooks. Check out my full review here to see more.
1. The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime – Comfort Classics, Freezer Food, 16-minute Meals, and Other Delicious Ways to Solve Supper
Time and time again I find myself reaching for this cookbook. The recipes are easy to follow and I cannot get enough of the freezer meals. I love to keep my freezer stocked for those nights I just don’t have time to cook. Check out my full review here to see more.
Every year this list will evolve but one thing is for sure I will always have cookbooks in my life. Cookbooks feed my soul and allow me to be confident in making so many different dishes.
My favorites above reflect what I am currently cooking and loving. Are any of your favorite cookbooks on my list? If not what is your most used cookbook in your house?