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Six Sisters' Stuff: Family Recipes, Fun Crafts, and So Much More!

4.13  ·  Rating Details  ·  245 Ratings  ·  42 Reviews
Cook, craft, and create with recipes, projects, and ideas from the blog Camille, Kristen, Elyse, Stephanie, Lauren, and Kendra are six sisters who share their easy, affordable recipes and crafts in this collection of family favorites. These pages contain more than 90 tried-and-true recipes that use ingredients commonly found in your pantry, with easy-t ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published March 4th 2013 by Shadow Mountain (first published March 13th 2012)
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Shannon (Giraffe Days)
The six sisters - Camille, Kristen, Elyse, Stephanie, Lauren and Kendra - grew up in Utah and now live all over the place. In order to help keep in touch and swap great ideas as they begin their own families, they started a blog in early 2011, Six Sisters Stuff. Their blog became so popular that a selection of their recipes, craft ideas and tip sheets have been put together in a brand-new cookbook, which I was very excited to get a copy for review from the publisher.

Six Sisters photo

It's a fantastic idea, to us
Mar 04, 2013 Angelc rated it it was amazing
Shelves: already-own-read

4.5 Stars

Wow, these recipes really do sound easy! I think I can do this! I've read some cookbooks that have me scratching my head and saying, "What is that?" about certain ingredients. But these recipes use ingredients that I have actually heard of and possibly even already have!

The main dishes portion of the book does use a lot of ground beef, which isn't something I eat much of. But as I was reading through the recipes, a lot of them sound like they would still be great even if the beef were o
Margaret Chind
Mar 22, 2013 Margaret Chind rated it it was amazing
Recommended to Margaret by: Michelle Moore
The first thing I do when I get my hands on a book of crafts or cookbook is to flip through an fan the pages by glimpsing for something to catch my eye. When I did that with Six Sisters’ Stuff and their debut cookbook I couldn’t help but get excited. One of the reasons that I think food blogs are so popular is because of the incredible photography that really makes something appealing. Then being able to take that same eye-candy and put it in a handheld book to take to your own kitchen is all th ...more
Andrea Guy
Mar 11, 2013 Andrea Guy rated it it was amazing
I've never reviewed a cookbook before, but I'm really glad I had the chance to review Six Sister's Stuff.

If you buy one cookbook this year, this should be the one you buy.


The recipes are easy peasy and absolutely yummy.

How do I know?

I've made at least 4 recipes from the cookbook already.

Here are the things I've made so far that have gone over well with my family.

20 minute Skillet Lasagna

Andes Mint Cookies (Everyone loves these super easy cookies made with Devil's Food Cake Mix and yummy Ande
Mar 10, 2013 Mason rated it it was amazing
Sometimes looking at a cookbook, I feel I have to be a culinary expert just to be able to understand and execute the simplest recipe. When I picked up Six Sisters’ STUFF, I was delighted to find not only yummy recipes, but practical and easy instructions even a novice cook like me can follow.

The recipes aren’t complicated and use canned and packaged ingredients. That way more time is spend with the family than in the kitchen cooking. However, if you want to go into more detail, many of the recip
Mar 12, 2013 Linda rated it it was amazing
This appealing book cover tells it all about the contents of this fabulous Six Sisters’ STUFF book. It is chock full of delicious main meals, slow cooker recipes, sides, salads, breads, and desserts. It also includes fun crafts to enhance family time together, things to do on a trip, snack ideas, dating ideas, a 73-hour kit which is a grand idea for times of emergencies, and a schedule for a thorough spring cleaning.

The recipes are simple and easy to make with staples you mostly carry in your ho
Mar 25, 2013 Laura rated it really liked it
Title: SIX SISTER STUFF COOKBOOK: Family Recipes, Fun Crafts, and so much more
Author: Six Sister Stuff
Publisher: Shadow Mountain
March 2013
ISBN: 978-1609073244
Genre: cookbook/crafts/lists

Cook, craft, and create with recipes, projects, and ideas from the enormously popular blog Every recipe and project included in this book is quick, easy, and fun. More than 100 family-favorite recipes (including an entire section of slow-cooker recipes), use ingredients commonly found in your
Mar 28, 2013 Serena rated it it was amazing
Six Sisters’ Stuff: Family Recipes, Fun Crafts, and So Much More! is a flexible paperback cookbook that not only includes gorgeous photos of entrees, appetizers, and desserts, but also a variety of crafts to keep your kids occupied and to dress up the table. Camille, Kristen, Elyse, Stephanie, Lauren, and Kendra are biological sisters and know what it means to have a busy life, but they still make time for family dinners and this book includes 100 easy-to-follow recipes using ingredients commonl ...more
Holly (2 Kids and Tired)
Mar 30, 2013 Holly (2 Kids and Tired) rated it really liked it
Shelves: cooking
Capitalizing on the success of their blog, the Six Sisters have put together a cookbook. Full of crafts, tips and suggestions, this is one of those cookbooks that is just fun to read.

Most of the recipes are easy to make, with ingredients you most likely have in your kitchen. There is a strong reliance on prepared/canned ingredients like canned soup or frozen bread and refrigerator pie crusts/biscuits. I did appreciate the recipe for making your own condensed soup. I need to try that one.

I tried
May 19, 2014 Catherine rated it it was amazing
I own this cookbook and I love it! There are so many recipes that I want to try and ones that I have made over and over again. There are also fun craft ideas and gift ideas. I used some of the Valentine gift ideas this year. These sisters also have a blog and decided to compile their best ideas into this book. It's the best cookbook I've owned. The recipes are simple and you don't have to buy a dozen random ingredients for the dishes, which is my favorite thing about it.
Sharon Chance
Mar 18, 2013 Sharon Chance rated it it was amazing
This book is amazing! Full of colorful photos, easy and delicious-sounding recipes, and fun craft ideas, there is a little something for everyone here!

And I absolutely love that the main message of this book is to promote family togetherness. These six sisters have come together to remind the world that family time is so important, and simple things can be the best memory-makers there are.

This is one cookbook that I think you'll find yourself going back to again and again for the incredible rec
Salt Lake City Public Library
Six Sisters' STUFF (from the creators of the website of the same name) is the perfect cookbook for young parents, full of simple recipes and low-cost tips for family fun. There is a reliance on pre-made foods for many of the recipes, but that element can be a great comfort for someone new to the kitchen, and is certainly convenient for preparing a family meal on a busy weeknight. The "Lunch Lady Peanut Butter Bars" recipe may just transport you back to a simpler time; it's the closest you'll t ...more
Oct 21, 2013 Vivian rated it liked it
Okay, I'M one of six sisters and I have six daughters, so why haven't we come up with something splediforous to market. Sigh.

So, THESE six sisters have access to (or one of them is) a crack-fine photographer. Between them they've collected some palate-pleasing main dishes, slow cooker meals, and desserts. These are interspersed with craft suggestions such as making a "wooden snowman", "pallet bookshelves", monster sock puppet, felt bows, and the like. Their "So Much More" consists of lists of th
Kelli Stephenson
Apr 11, 2014 Kelli Stephenson rated it it was amazing
Great, easy recipes! Not a big crafter so I didn't really pay attention to those pages, but I did see a bookshelf that you can make pretty easily and it was cute. I liked the spring cleaning tips as well, going to use them for spring break with my kids (so they hate that I found this book).
Sarah Payne
Mar 30, 2014 Sarah Payne rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: cookbooks
I had this checked out forever, flagged a bunch of recipes to try, but ultimately only made one recipe. It was good, but I guess this cookbook just didn't inspire me to cook from it.

Easy homemade rolls: fast, easy, good, boys loved them. B
Feb 05, 2014 Jay rated it it was amazing
So many recipes, so little time. The recipes are minimal ingredients, yet look so yummy. Definitely check this cookbook out!
Jun 29, 2013 Nicole rated it really liked it
Shelves: cookbooks
Nicely put together cookbook with pictures for every recipe (the most important thing in a cookbook for me). A bunch of the recipes are "standard" LDS recipes that I'm well familiar with (which is honestly why this book doesn't get 5 stars because I have a bunch of the recipes already), but there are still many that I don't already have. I really like the inclusion of all the extras in this book - the spring cleaning checklist is awesome, as is the pallet bookshelf and the kid wash!! So trying t ...more
Mar 08, 2013 Kate rated it it was amazing
I thought this book was really great and would be fabulous for busy moms. A lot of the recipes are for the slow-cooker, or you can make a big batch and save half for a freezer meal, or there are recipes that can be made in less the 1/2 an hour. Plus, almost all of them use ingredients that you probably already have at home. I've tried out several recipes this week and have enjoyed them all + they've saved me a ton of time. Love that. I also love all the other ideas they have for crafting, and th ...more
May 12, 2014 Terry rated it it was amazing
Shelves: from-library
Great recipes! and interesting "stuff". I would recommend this cookbook for homestyle, hearty, good recipes.
Monica at The Readathon
Mar 05, 2013 Monica at The Readathon rated it really liked it
I have been following the Six Sisters' blog for awhile now and have tried many of their recipes. They have all turned out great, and many have become family favorites. I like this cookbook because it has so many great, family-friendly recipes that are easy to prepare and use normal ingredients. There are also some fun crafts and other stuff like a spring cleaning checklist. So fun! You may read my full review on my book blog: .
May 17, 2014 Shannon rated it really liked it
You need to buy this book. The recipes are easy, look good and will taste good, too.
Debbie Thompson
Aug 09, 2014 Debbie Thompson rated it it was amazing
Shelves: cookbooks
This cookbook had so many good recipes! It's a keeper for sure!
Karen Buttle
Feb 18, 2015 Karen Buttle rated it really liked it
Lots of fun recipes, crafts, and ideas.
Apr 16, 2014 Susan rated it really liked it
Yum! I can hardly wait to make some of these recipes.
Jan 06, 2015 Danni rated it it was amazing
Apr 03, 2013 Alisa rated it it was amazing
Shelves: cookbooks
Not since the best bites girls have I looked at a cookbook and wanted to make every recipe. I just recently discovered their blog, and though not every single thing "is from scratch" many of the recipes are healthy and simple to make. The lists of car rides for kids, things to do inside, among others is also fun. I would definitely buy this cookbook. Only thing is not sure how many of the recipes are on their blog as well, since I just discovered the blog. But, the few I have tried so far are gr ...more
May 22, 2014 Ivy rated it really liked it
I loved this book. It had a great easy to read format. The photos were good. But best of all it was real people food and ideas. These girls are brilliant!
Jun 27, 2013 Nora rated it really liked it
Shelves: nonfiction
I have followed this blog for years, so I am hardly an objective reviewer, but hey! I never claimed I was. :) Tasty recipes (Aussie Chicken--yum!), cute crafts (Monster Sock Puppet), & fun ideas--for keeping a home, date nights, healthy snacks, etc. The only way it could be better is if it included a cd with project printouts on it!
Jan Hall
Sep 28, 2013 Jan Hall rated it really liked it
The recipes are simple ingredients, easy to follow directions and great pictures. Throw in a few crafts and helpful tips and you have a wonderful cookbook. I will be making quite a few of these recipes right away
Apr 29, 2013 Lori rated it liked it
Shelves: cookbook, 2013-read
Most of what the book contains, I've already read on their website, facebook, or pinterest.

*Warning- only a handful of recipes are calorie friendly*
I could feel my waist expanding while reading the ingredients.
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