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January 21, 2018 / Leslie

Weekend Cooking: One Sheet Eats

100+ Delicious Recipes All Made on a Baking Sheet

Publisher: Oxmoor House
Publish Date: October 2017
Format: Paperback | 256 pages

Forget all other pots, pans, and baking dishes! Each of the 100+ recipes contained in the enclosed cookbook require only one type of bakeware or cookware—a baking sheet. One Sheet Eats is dedicated to simplifying home cooking. (Because who doesn’t want to make meal prep easier?) By using a baking sheet (sometimes two) and a few prep items found in most kitchens such as mixing bowls, a blender, a microwave, and a wire rack, anyone can make delicious, flavorful, and filling dishes for lunch, dinner, and even snack time and dessert.

Recipes crafted for simple, clutter-free, and satisfying cooking

With a book titled One Sheet Eats, I expected to find mostly simple, easy to create, everyday meals. Instead, I found a collection of unique and different recipes. The book includes a variety: Appetizers, entrees, sides, snacks, pizzas, and desserts.

Some of the recipes require a lot of ingredients or are too involved to be last-minute meals and need a little planning; others, like the snacks, are quick and easy. Most of the ingredients required are readily obtained at the local supermarket but are not necessarily ones I usually keep on-hand, so some advance planning may be required.

A Simple Side Dish

The chili-roasted acorn squash is a recipe I plan on making this summer with my garden veggies.

The book has a nice layout. Almost every recipe has a full color photo and a short intro, plus estimated prep time. Small sidebars accompany some of the instructions and provide hints, tips, and prep suggestions. Some even include substitutions for ingredients. Overall, a nice addition to my cookbook shelf.


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  1. Silver's Reviews / Jan 21 2018 11:13 am

    I love it…always up for trying new recipes. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Beth F / Jan 21 2018 1:47 pm

    I like sheet pan meals, so I’ll be sure to check into this one. I like that the ingredients are easily available, even if they may not be in my usual shopping cart.

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  3. Mae / Jan 21 2018 4:18 pm

    Just wondering if you actually tried any of the recipes. You didn’t mention any detail of actual cooking. Problem is, that’s the only way to know if a cookbook really works, isn’t it?

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  4. Suko / Jan 21 2018 4:59 pm

    I love the concept of this cookbook! I am all for using one pot or pan, or baking sheet. 🙂

    Happy reading this week!

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  5. BermudaOnion / Jan 21 2018 7:17 pm

    These one sheet cookbooks look so appealing to me!

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  6. Carol / Jan 29 2018 10:30 am

    I love the concept of sheetpan cooking, but don’t do it often. Maybe I should pick this one up.

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