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Casseroles, meet your match!   Crystal Cook and Sandy Pollock are shaking things up. The sassy duo—also known as the Casserole Queens—creates one-dish wonders that solve dinnertime conundrums everywhere. Now these ladies are breaking out of the 9 x 13-inch mold with fresh sides and salads that will round out weeknight meals. In The Casserole Queens Make-a-Meal Cookbook, you Casseroles, meet your match!   Crystal Cook and Sandy Pollock are shaking things up. The sassy duo—also known as the Casserole Queens—creates one-dish wonders that solve dinnertime conundrums everywhere. Now these ladies are breaking out of the 9 x 13-inch mold with fresh sides and salads that will round out weeknight meals. In The Casserole Queens Make-a-Meal Cookbook, you will find 100 recipes that you can mix and match as you please, with plenty of make-ahead tips so that you can always be prepared. Need to pull together dinner in a flash? Check! Need to plan an elegant meal for the in-laws? Check! Need to cook and successfully transport a dish to a party? Check! In this book, you’ll find:     • 46 make-from-scratch casseroles, 37 salads and sides, 13 quick-fix desserts, and more    • Gluten-free and diabetic-friendly recipes (you’d never know it!)    • Plenty of satisfying vegetarian main dishes    • A chapter of recipes using seven ingredients or fewer—most of which are likely already in your pantry    • Variations, freezing tips, and serving ideas galore Whether you are looking to make dinner tonight, a potluck crowd-pleaser, or a fix-and-freeze dish to save for later, The Casserole Queens Make-a-Meal Cookbook has everything you need to prepare a delicious homemade meal.


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Casseroles, meet your match!   Crystal Cook and Sandy Pollock are shaking things up. The sassy duo—also known as the Casserole Queens—creates one-dish wonders that solve dinnertime conundrums everywhere. Now these ladies are breaking out of the 9 x 13-inch mold with fresh sides and salads that will round out weeknight meals. In The Casserole Queens Make-a-Meal Cookbook, you Casseroles, meet your match!   Crystal Cook and Sandy Pollock are shaking things up. The sassy duo—also known as the Casserole Queens—creates one-dish wonders that solve dinnertime conundrums everywhere. Now these ladies are breaking out of the 9 x 13-inch mold with fresh sides and salads that will round out weeknight meals. In The Casserole Queens Make-a-Meal Cookbook, you will find 100 recipes that you can mix and match as you please, with plenty of make-ahead tips so that you can always be prepared. Need to pull together dinner in a flash? Check! Need to plan an elegant meal for the in-laws? Check! Need to cook and successfully transport a dish to a party? Check! In this book, you’ll find:     • 46 make-from-scratch casseroles, 37 salads and sides, 13 quick-fix desserts, and more    • Gluten-free and diabetic-friendly recipes (you’d never know it!)    • Plenty of satisfying vegetarian main dishes    • A chapter of recipes using seven ingredients or fewer—most of which are likely already in your pantry    • Variations, freezing tips, and serving ideas galore Whether you are looking to make dinner tonight, a potluck crowd-pleaser, or a fix-and-freeze dish to save for later, The Casserole Queens Make-a-Meal Cookbook has everything you need to prepare a delicious homemade meal.

30 review for The Casserole Queens Make-a-Meal Cookbook: Mix and Match 100 Casseroles, Salads, Sides, and Desserts

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lesley Looper

    I borrowed the Kindle edition from the library, and enjoyed looking throw it. There are some nice-looking recipes for many types of dishes, from casseroles to salad dressings to veggie stock.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    I love one pot meals, but I didn't find a lot of inspiration here. I love one pot meals, but I didn't find a lot of inspiration here.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Roberta

    I did not purchase their first book, and I was rather surprised at how good me of there recipes look. This is a great book for anyone no matter if you have a family or not, the recipes can be frozen so you have dinner when needed. The recipes are simple, there are no ingredients that you will need a specialty store for, and some of the items you might just have in your pantry.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christy Olesen

    I am getting used to cooking for one and I find casseroles a good way to go as most can be divided into portions and frozen for later. So far I made the Deconstructed Cabbage Rolls (aka Pigs Out of the Blanket). I love cabbage rolls but I'm not really into making them. Here there are all the ingredients put together is a quick and easy way. Very tasty. I am getting used to cooking for one and I find casseroles a good way to go as most can be divided into portions and frozen for later. So far I made the Deconstructed Cabbage Rolls (aka Pigs Out of the Blanket). I love cabbage rolls but I'm not really into making them. Here there are all the ingredients put together is a quick and easy way. Very tasty.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Corban Ford

    Not gonna lie, I was definitely disappointed. I expected a lot more from this book in terms of cool recipes and all, and I didn't really get this here. The recipes were just OK, the tips not that innovative or helpful, and overall just not a very good offering in my own personal opinion, especially for how big the casserole queens are. Not entirely useless, but definitely far from helpful. Not gonna lie, I was definitely disappointed. I expected a lot more from this book in terms of cool recipes and all, and I didn't really get this here. The recipes were just OK, the tips not that innovative or helpful, and overall just not a very good offering in my own personal opinion, especially for how big the casserole queens are. Not entirely useless, but definitely far from helpful.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Diane T.

    Very disappointed in the recipes that were offered. I expected much more.

  7. 5 out of 5

    bibliotrain

    There’s a lot to read before you get to the recipes. The casserole dishes were all ones I’ve seen in other books. I most enjoyed the salads section. I’d borrow this one from the library.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Weatherly Webb

    I feel like they used up most of their best idea recipes in their first book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Chandru CS

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  10. 5 out of 5

    Penny McGill

    We have fallen hard for the Casserole Queens. This book is a great blend of old recipes and new but each one of their choices has something special in there that makes you want to make it! Their fast and easy recipes actually are fast and easy (thank you!) and some of their more complex ingredient lists seem overwhelming but actually are not. They provide suggestions on saving $ and time and along with their casseroles they have practical suggestions for side dishes and desert. There are even a f We have fallen hard for the Casserole Queens. This book is a great blend of old recipes and new but each one of their choices has something special in there that makes you want to make it! Their fast and easy recipes actually are fast and easy (thank you!) and some of their more complex ingredient lists seem overwhelming but actually are not. They provide suggestions on saving $ and time and along with their casseroles they have practical suggestions for side dishes and desert. There are even a few cute ideas for using casseroles in entertaining. It's a book worth returning to again and again. Plus, with winter weather sticking around so long this year a casserole in the oven can really make a long, cold night seem a little more cheerful. This style of cooking seems very 1950s but it doesn't have to stay that way. They have retained some of the old fashioned flair in their recipes but added fresh ingredients to balance off the bad with the good. It's a shame there weren't more colour photographs in the book but other than that this is a recipe book that deserves it's 5 stars. It will inspire you to try something new or revisit a food from your youth and sometimes that is just as good.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    The Queens are back, with a book that includes salads, deserts and sides! I love their emphasis on comfort food, and the homespun feel to the book. However, I didn't find these recipes to be as creative as the ones in the first book (wedge salad? enchiladas?). And while they do address gluten free diets, and the needs of those with diabetes and vegetarians, there is no nutritional information provided here - and I suspect with good reason. There's A LOT of cream cheese and cream-based soups here The Queens are back, with a book that includes salads, deserts and sides! I love their emphasis on comfort food, and the homespun feel to the book. However, I didn't find these recipes to be as creative as the ones in the first book (wedge salad? enchiladas?). And while they do address gluten free diets, and the needs of those with diabetes and vegetarians, there is no nutritional information provided here - and I suspect with good reason. There's A LOT of cream cheese and cream-based soups here. This is a fun book to flip through, and the Chicken with 40 cloves of garlic - while not original - is a great take on a classic. If you like to freeze meals, or often participate in meal trains, this is a great book to have handy.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    The Queens take on traditional casseroles and either make them (with gluten-free options on the sidebar) or remake them with a fresh twist. Not having read their other cookbooks, I'm, going to guess that this one is different in that the Queens recommend sides and desserts to go with the casseroles, making meal ideas. Not bad...but I only bookmarked a couple to try. Most of the recipes gave a very "been there, made that" impression. -kid-friendly recipes, check -freezing tips, check -snark in the r The Queens take on traditional casseroles and either make them (with gluten-free options on the sidebar) or remake them with a fresh twist. Not having read their other cookbooks, I'm, going to guess that this one is different in that the Queens recommend sides and desserts to go with the casseroles, making meal ideas. Not bad...but I only bookmarked a couple to try. Most of the recipes gave a very "been there, made that" impression. -kid-friendly recipes, check -freezing tips, check -snark in the recipe intros, check -center section of full-color photos of some of the dishes, check You'll get a chuckle, if not a meal idea, from this one.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Krista

    I wasn't too inspired. Most of the casseroles were butter, heavy cream and cream soup laden. I enjoyed the dietary exceptions section and the "sassy" sides. I was looking forward to the starting from scratch section, but does the world really need another recipe for marinara sauce? Best part: sewing pattern for a casserole carry bag. I wasn't too inspired. Most of the casseroles were butter, heavy cream and cream soup laden. I enjoyed the dietary exceptions section and the "sassy" sides. I was looking forward to the starting from scratch section, but does the world really need another recipe for marinara sauce? Best part: sewing pattern for a casserole carry bag.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sallee

    This cookbook had several interesting recipes. However, for a cookbook to get a great review from me, I must find at least 30 recipes that I want to make. That said, many of these recipes will appeal to many.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Monique

    Too much going on in this cookbook...they had crafts, sewing projects, organizing ideas for the kitchen and finally a few recipes. The best part was the Starting From Scratch section

  16. 4 out of 5

    Pinky

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Want to try the Mashed Potato Pizza, Savory French Onion Tart, and the Curried Rice Veggie Bake recipes.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Leigh

    Yes, I think I might have to buy this cookbook. The writing is amusing, the layout is well done and the recipes make me want to fire up the oven and get cookin'. Yes, I think I might have to buy this cookbook. The writing is amusing, the layout is well done and the recipes make me want to fire up the oven and get cookin'.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Morton

    Some good and eat recipes as well as some fancier ideas.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Terri Huard

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen A. Maciolek

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jessi

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jackie Hutter

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette Hurrelbrink

  24. 5 out of 5

    Heather Hassler

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  26. 5 out of 5

    Fullfaun Faun

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mary

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tara

  29. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  30. 5 out of 5

    Coco_Chanel

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