Six Ingredients with Six Sisters’ Stuff Review
Dinner time doesn’t have to be hard or complicated. And this new cookbook– Six Ingredients with Six Sisters’ Stuff –reinforces that. Not only does every recipe in this cookbook have six ingredients or fewer, not a single one has complicated directions.
Not only are these recipes quick and delicious for busy moms, but Six Ingredients with Six Sisters’ Stuff would be ideal for beginning cooks of all ages. This is a cookbook I would have given to my children when they began learning to cook in their pre-teen years.
In keeping with the “fast and easy” theme, this book is divided into just three sections: Main Dishes, Side Dishes, and Desserts. And every main dish has a side dish and dessert recommendation at the end of the recipe so you don’t have to spend time trying to decide how to put your meals together. And with more than 100 recipes to choose from, it’s going to take you a while to get bored with this cookbook.
I’ve already found at least a few recipes in here to incorporate into my cooking rotation. While I love to cook and don’t mind intricate recipes on days when I have time to spend in the kitchen, the idea that I can put dinner on the table with just a few ingredients I already have on hand. And cooking without 27 trips to the grocery store and a scavenger hunt for ingredients I can’t pronounce, makes this cookbook a winner in my world.
By the way, Samoa Brownies, page 172. You can thank me later. Preferably with a plate of Samoa Brownies. ♥
Six Ingredients with Six Sisters’ Stuff Summary
With only six ingredients or less per recipe, making dinner has never been easier than with the new Six Ingredients with Six Sisters’ Stuff cookbook.
Six Sisters’ Stuff is one of the most popular blogs for quick and easy cooking and entertaining at home for families. In their eighth cookbook, they tackle how to master meals for any cook with any skill level with more than 100 easy recipes made with incredible flavor combinations from just six ingredients or less.
From beginning cooks learning the basics to busy parents looking to save time in the kitchen, this cookbook is loaded with entrees, side dishes, and desserts. Whether it’s a one-pot wings dish or a no-bake peanut butter bar this cookbook is a fool-proof solution to meal planning and features “Kid Favorites” recipes.
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