Pioneer Woman Cookbook Giveaway

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In celebration of my two year blogiversary I thought I would do a Giveaway. It’s hard to believe that I’ve had this blog for two years now and it just keeps growing everyday and I’m so incredibly blessed to be able to share recipes and my life with you.

We all know how much I love cookbooks and thought this would be a fitting item to do as a Giveaway.

*The cookbook pictured above is my copy and not the one I’m giving away. The one being given to the winner is wrapped in shrink wrap and has not been opened.*

I love the Pioneer Woman. I have been following her blog for many years and she was the reason I decided to really learn how to cook and to share it on a blog. I have all three of her cookbooks and love to watch her show on the Food Network on Saturdays.

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This cookbook is different than her other two in that the recipes are based on a theme. Holiday themes. I love it. There are dishes for Superbowl, Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mother’s Day, etc. It was so much fun to read and I can’t wait to make a bunch of them.

Last week I made her Buffalo Chicken Bites from her new cookbook. They were fairly easy to put together and super, super delicious. We inhaled them within a matter of minutes. You can find the recipe under her recipes for the Big Game.

PW's Buffalo Chicken Bites


This Giveaway begins today, January 13th and will end on Friday the 17th. The prize is valued at around $20. This is not a sponsored giveaway. Must be 18 to enter. To enter fill out the Rafflecopter entry below. Good luck!


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  1. My favorite cookbook right now is “The Mixer Bible”

  2. Right now my favorite cookbook is my Betty Crocker cookbook.

  3. i am not (yet) a big cook but i have always stuck by the pillsbury and betty crocker books my mother used. i would LOVE to have this one!

  4. Tabitha P. says:

    My favorite cookbook is pioneer woman’s first.
    the recipes always taste amazing.

  5. My favorite cookbook is always changing. At the moment it would be between Barefoot Contessa: Back to Basics’ by Ina Garten and Come Home to Supper by Christy Jordan.

  6. I have like an old church cookbook that I love and continually refer too. I have been hoping to get this new one from the PW for sometime now though.

  7. My favorite cookbook is actually not a published cookbook it’s a binder that my grandmother gave me when I got married 🙂

  8. The Joy of Cooking – it’s a classic for a reason!

  9. I love them all.. am a huge cookbook addict! Surprisingly my favorite is a very old copy of the classic Betty Crocker cookbook 🙂 It was my go to before the internet 😉

  10. My favorite cookbook is One Bowl Baking by Yvonne Rueri!!

  11. I don’t have any cookbooks

  12. I have tons of cookbooks but my favorite has to be my family cookbook that we compiled and printed for all of the cousin.

  13. Deana Stephens says:

    My favorite cookbook is the second Pioneer Woman’s cookbook, and a old church cookbook my aunt gave me when I got married.

  14. My favorite cookbook is a homemade one that my grandmother put together. As for published cookbooks, I love the Joy of Cooking.

  15. Amanda E. says:

    My favorite is an old Chinese cookbook called “The Key to Chinese Cooking”.

  16. Shannon Baas says:

    A church cookbook that was printed in the 80s but still is used a lot.

  17. Charlotte W. says:

    I have a couple of Mr. Food cookbooks. I really liked him, and his cookbooks are easy to use.

  18. Jaime Cummings says:

    Mine is by Rachel Ray, Classic Rachael Ray 30-Minute Meals.

  19. I love paula deen’s latest cookbook!

  20. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    My favorite is the, “Fix It and Forget It for Entertaining” crockpot cookbook. I’ve already worn out one copy of it.

  21. The cookbook we use the most in our house is an old church cookbook from my husbands hometown!

  22. Jessica Villanueva says:

    My favorite cookbook is one that was distributed by my church back home. I has all the ladies in the congregations favorite dishes and quite a few of my grandmothers and great grandmothers. I have lots of others that are commercial publications, but this one is my favorite because it has family tradition!

  23. susan smoaks says:

    my favorite cookbook is the joy of cooking

  24. My Dorie Greenspan book is my absolute favorite baking Cookbook. I love Pioneer Woman though and holiday recipes sound fun!

  25. Right now my favorite cookbook is my Paula Deen cookbook

  26. alyce poalillo says:

    The Joy of Cooking as always been my favorite cookbook.

  27. Mendy Dinsmore says:

    Ms. Kaye’s cookbook from Duck Commander.

  28. My favorite is the big brown Taste of Home cookbook.

  29. Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood

  30. Lauren-Olivia Wood says:

    I love Julia Child’s The Art of French Cooking !

  31. Heather B says:

    I have a TON of them, my favorites seem to be the Taste of home Cookbooks

  32. I love my Betty Crocker cookbook I’ve had for years.

  33. I really didn’t know much about Pioneer Woman until about a year ago, but since then I’ve watched her show a lot. I really love the recipes she does and how entertaining it is to watch what her family is up to as well as what they do for others. My favorite cookbook is my Betty Crocker’s Cookbook. I have so many notes I put on the inside of different recipes that I use religiously. I also really like the Fannie Farmer Cookbook because it has all these old country recipes in them, but have to say the Betty Crocker is the one I use the most.

  34. Tari Lawson says:

    My favorite cook book is Sunset – Easy Basics for Good Cooking.

  35. My favorite is The Joy of Cooking. I have never made a bad meal from this cookbook.

  36. 1955 Betty Crocker Picture Cookbook was my late Moms i treasure and it and still use it

  37. Charles Burbridge says:

    My favorite cookbook is the old edition of Joy of Cooking that has my mom’s notes scribbled all over it.

  38. I learned to cook with my Betty Crocker Cookbook and it’s still my favorite.

  39. I love Ree’s humor! I read her blog and just love it. I just found this blog, so will follow it too.

  40. Sarah Rockwell says:

    Good old fashioned Betty Crocker’s Cookbook. I have an old, old copy and it’s stained and ripped and written in!

  41. Todd H Miller says:

    The Professional Chef

  42. Susan Ladd says:

    I think my favorite is Betty Crocker. I want to thank you for this awesome sweep 🙂

  43. Charlotte Padgett says:

    My favorite is a family cookbook that my granddaughter put together a few years ago consisting of all favorites from family and friends.

  44. Denise B. says:

    My favorite cookbook is “The Southern Living Cookbook”.

  45. Paula Tavernie says:

    My Betty Crocker cookbook is my favorite!

  46. I love The yummy mummy kitchen

  47. Rebecca Lock says:

    The Joy of Cooking

  48. I think it will probably be this one! But for now, it’s an old Betty Crocker cookbook my mom gave me years ago.

  49. Jennifer J says:

    I love my America’s Test Kitchen Cookbook. Thanks!

  50. Judith (from Israel) says:

    My favourite is called The Settlement Cook Book.

  51. don’t have any cookbooks actually, usually just troll the net for recipes

  52. I love the Fool a Carnivore cookbook I have!

  53. Christine says:

    good housekeeping cookbook

  54. To be honest, this isn’t a fair question! It’s like asking which of my kids is my favorite LOL I love all my cookbooks equally, but am loving some retro cookbooks that my mom gave me recently!

  55. Peggy Rydzewski says:

    I have my mothers better homes and garden, well worn..

  56. My favorite cookbook is Fix It and Forget It Crockpot Cookbook.

  57. Terry Cross says:

    My 33 yr old Betty Crocker cookbook, mostly for sentimental reasons. i learned a lot about cooking from it.

  58. Laurie Emerson says:

    My favorite cookbook is the Everything Cookbook. My mom gave it to me on my wedding day. It has every recipe imaginable,

  59. CJ Godfrey says:

    My favorite cookbooks are the “Taste of Home” series.

  60. King Arthur Flour Cookie Companion

  61. Paula Willbanks says:

    My favorite cookbook is one that my grandfather bought me many years ago at a small town volunteer fire department fundraiser. I’ve used it so much that the pages are starting to fall out! 🙂

  62. Samantha V. says:

    My favorite cookbook at the moment is Make it Paleo for our 30 day challenge.

  63. Elizabeth Scheller says:

    My favorite cookbook is “Island Born and Bred” which was published in 1987 by the women of the Harkers Island (North Carolina) United Methodist Church. It is a 378 page collection of family favorite recipes interwoven with stories of the island and its people. The cookbook is still in publication and I still buy copies for gifts.

  64. My favorite is your first cookbook. It is awesome!

  65. Stephanie Hanson says:

    Paula Deen’s Christmas magazine cookbook is my favorite right now. There are so many great recipes in there.

  66. Gennie Lancaster says:

    I actually don’t have a favorite cookbook but I enjoy the Weight Watchers cookbooks.

  67. Michelle Thayer says:

    Betty Crocker is my go-to cookbook.

  68. For me it’s hard to pick a favorite. I collect cookbooks. The ones I use the most are the Gooseberry Patch cookbooks.

  69. Sue Ellison says:

    I have an old Betty Crocker cookbook that I rely on for many recipes.

  70. Karen Drake says:

    My favorite cook book is my Betty Crocker cook book I got as a wedding present.

  71. Mary Gardner says:

    My favorites are the Joy of Cooking and my 40 some year old Betty Crocker cookbook.

  72. Mallory Bailey says:

    My favorite cookbooks are the Looney Spoons cookbooks.

  73. The Betty Crocker Cookbook should be a staple in everyone’s kitchen

  74. I have an old Better Homes and Gardens from when I was in college in the 70’s that I still use

  75. Haleigh Kells says:

    Thanks for the giveaway!! My favorite cook book right now is one my mother in law made and published in honor of her dear friend who died of pancreatic cancer. It’s called “life’s a tea party” full of awesome recipes! Thanks!

  76. have my mom’s bettycrocker cookbook from the 50’s. it’s fun to look at. and Pioneer Woman’s first cookbook is on my counter right now.

  77. Shea Balentine says:

    Here lately it has been my Kraft magazines =)

  78. kathy pease says:

    I love my betty crocker cookbook

  79. I don’t really have a favorite cookbook yet… I would say my favorite is a collection of recipes handed down by family members 🙂

  80. My favorite cookbook is Thailand the Beautiful

  81. My favorite cookbook is The Pioneer Woman’s second cookbook! I use it frequently!

  82. Kim Parrott says:

    Betty Crocker Cookbook

  83. I love my Very Virginia cookbook!

  84. I have a Betty Crocker cookbook that was my moms form the 70’s that I use as my go to book

  85. Buddy Garrett says:

    The Joy of Cooking is my favorite.