Behind every smart woman is a carefully curated Amazon cart. Here are some of my favorite finds – kitchen edition!
File this under things that make my life easier. #addtocart
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My son teases me that I reorganize the pantry every month. Well, that won’t be needed anymore with these kitchen pantry labels. Clean and minimalistic, these make me feel like the domestic superwoman. Which I’m not, but whatever. I’m a sucker for a label. When I’m done organizing my pantry with these babies, I’ll do a reveal over on Instagram.
I read this book a looooong time ago, way back when The Pioneer Woman was getting started on the Food Network. She recommended it, so I checked it out from my local library. Loved it, but had to return it. When I was contemplating how to cook pork chops the other night, I thought about this book and was excited to see that there was an updated version! Don’t tell my 1999 Betty Crocker cookbook, but this might be the only cookbook you will ever need.
Recently I stayed with a good friend and her elementary-aged kids. And let me tell you – the morning routine was crazy. But not because of breakfast. She had this little ceramic egg cooker thing. It wasn’t the Pampered Chef one that I ordered but they work the same way. One egg. Cook for less than one minute. Pop that baby out onto a biscuit or egg muffin and voila! A super quick and healthy breakfast. I love it.
Okay, this thing is advertised for kids, but I use this all the time when I travel. I’m on a plane – a lot. And sorry Southwest, but there are only so many times a girl can eat your little snack bag of Chex mix. It’s so hard to eat healthy when you are traveling. That’s where this bento box comes in. I fill it with healthy snacks, fruits, and veggies and toss it in my carry-on. Problem solved!
So this isn’t a new find. I’ve been ordering these for years. It’s 200 sheets of pre-cut parchment paper sized for a half-baking sheet. Cookies? Salmon? Roasted veggies? WHATEVER? I toss one of these on my baking sheet and then clean-up is so. easy. I also use it to wrap dough and meats for the freezer. Seriously. Get these now.