About the book:
Skip the hassle of last-minute meals and leftovers and replace them with simple, healthy, delicious, and easy-to-prepare make-ahead dishes! Your family will love these comfortable meals, new favorites, cozy drinks, and tantalizing desserts—all of them prepared ahead of time so you don’t have to worry! Enjoy simple, soul-filling foods without the chaos of preparing them at the last minute.
About the author:
Annalise Thomas is a big city girl married to a small town boy. Every day is a joy and a challenge as she learns to live and love this small town life. Annalise is a foodie with a deep passion for everything edible and for sharing what she loves with others. Annalise is a wife and mom, a baker, a cook, and a blogger. She and her family live a very real life and eat as much real food as possible.
From Reidhead Randomness:
The first run of the cookbook sold out already, and the second printing is on its way. I received a digital copy to write my review. Although this is most definitely not my favorite way to read...especially cookbooks, this one is worth the trouble! There are so many yummy looking recipes! In the introduction, the author talks about how we are all so busy, and stressed. Cooking shouldn't be one of the stressful things in life! When we feel rushed, we grab the first thing we can find, or five in to expensice ready-made foods when our family is hungry. Then we loose the joy of savoring our food. She introduces the make-ahead cooking lifestyle, where your prep and prepare a few minutes here and there, when you have the time.
For those on a gluten sensitive diet, she even marks the recipes with a GF symbol, so you don't have to hunt and read to find those recipes! The categories are: Breakfast, Soups & Salads, Appetizers Snacks & Sides, Main Dishes, Cookies & Bars, Desserts, and Drinks.
I really liked MANY of the recipes in this book, and I can hardly wait to get a hard copy!
Just a note from the Author: the Coconut Zucchini Bread recipe is missing a VITAL first step. Preheat the oven to 350º and use two 9" loaf pans! (Still can't figure out how that big of a mistake happened! UGH!)