PITTSBURGH & CHICAGO— The Pioneer Woman, in collaboration with Kraft Heinz, is adding new frozen breakfasts, sides and appetizers to her namesake food line. Whether it’s a hectic weekday morning or a gathering with loved ones, Ree Drummond’s favorite family recipes are now available to make in your own kitchen … and the best part is, they’re ready in minutes (but taste like they took hours to make!).
“I love spending time in the kitchen with my family. While I always would love to make every single meal from scratch, with our hectic schedules, it’s not always possible,” said Ree Drummond, creator of The Pioneer Woman. “My new line of frozen breakfasts, sides and appetizers is perfect for families like ours who want flavorful options they feel good about serving and eating, without having to do all the prep work.”
The Pioneer Woman’s new frozen range (SRP: $5.99) comes in an assortment of sizes and flavors, so there’s something for everyone:
- The Pioneer Woman Frozen Breakfast offerings include poppable Chorizo Egg Bites, Roasted Vegetable Egg Bites and Cowgirl Quiche.
- The Pioneer Woman Frozen Sides include hearty comfort food favorites like Green Bean Casserole, Broccoli Cauliflower Casserole, Country Corn Casserole, Fancy Mac & Cheese and Sweet Potato and Kale Casserole.
- The Pioneer Woman Frozen Appetizers include Goat Cheese Bites with Marinara, Zucchini Chips with Sweet & Sour Sauce and Toasted Sausage Ravioli with Marinara, all easily shareable with family and friends.
Earlier this year, The Pioneer Woman introduced her new line of dressings and sauces. From Apple Brown Sugar BBQ Sauce and Spicy Southwestern Ranch, to Rustic Bolognese and Garden Vegetable Pasta Sauce, families can now craft a delicious assortment of Ree’s signature dishes in their own home.
To learn more about The Pioneer Woman offerings and where to buy, visit thepioneerwoman.com and follow on Twitter (@thepioneerwoman) and Facebook.com/thepioneerwoman.
About The Pioneer Woman
Ree Drummond is the creator of the popular, award-winning “The Pioneer Woman” website, a New York Times best-selling cookbook author and the host of her own show on the Food Network. Since launching her career in 2006, Drummond has grown her brand into a dynamic and successful company, all while being a wife and mother to four kids and a lovable pack of dogs on her ranch outside of Pawhuska, Oklahoma.