I’m giving away a Sheet Pan Suppers Meatless prize pack thanks to my partner Workman Publishing.
If I can be honest, as much as I love to cook, I struggle getting dinner together these days.
Some nights I actually make something like baked risotto with chicken, other times I will use my slow cooker, and then there are the nights I make baked chicken nuggets and fries. Those nights are my favorite. Why? You know the answer; it’s easy.
If you only have one child or four kids like me, the hours between 4-7 can get tough. In my experience, kids can change their personalities and inherit this type of energy we don’t see much of during the other parts of the day. 🙃
In an effort to key my chicken nugget days to one night per week, I’ve come across another method of making dinner. Sheet Pan Suppers!
Sheet Pan Suppers is a one-pan approach to cooking, using three techniques – roasting, baking or broiling. Tasty yet convenient!
I’m happy to be giving away one copy of the new cookbook Sheet Pan Suppers Meatless by Raquel Pelzel to one of my readers this month!
- Visit the Official Site for more.
This book has so many creative recipes, you’re sure to find some you and your family will love.
Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or just want to get your family to eat a greener diet a few times a week, the sheet pan will get you there!
You can actually cook pasta on a sheet pan, like no-boil Mac and Cheese or Orzo with Pan-Roasted Tomatoes, Lemon and Mozzarella.
You can also cook soup (believe it or not!) on a sheet pan. The book also includes some desserts.
Enter now to win:
- a copy of Sheet Pan Suppers Meatless
- plus a Sur La Table sheet pan and Kate Spade cookbook oven mitts.
MORE ABOUT THE BOOK
Sheet Pan Meatless is an inspiring and practical cookbook filled with inventive recipes that serve as reminders that you don’t need fancy or expensive equipment to make great food, nor do you need meat to make a sumptuous filling meal. Featuring everything from delicate greens and caramelized root vegetables to woodsy mushrooms and nutty risotto (that’s right—risotto on a sheet pan), to crunchy granola to roasted, honeyed fruit, Pelzel covers all the bases for people looking to get more veggies on the table. Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, or just want to get your family to eat a greener diet a few times a week, the sheet pan and Raquel Pelzel will get you there!
ABOUT RAQUEL PELZEL
Raquel Pelzel has created original recipes for Saveur, the Wall Street Journal, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Shape, and Epicurious, among many others. Formerly an editor at Cook’s Illustrated and the senior food editor and test kitchen director for Tasting Table, Pelzel has written more than 20 cookbooks and has judged Food Network shows including Chopped Junior and Beat Bobby Flay. Pelzel lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her two sons.