Ree also makes a trendy Dalgona Coffee, the Korean reverse cappuccino that's taking the internet and the ranch by storm! Using a pastry brush, brush egg wash over pastry. Then, adorable Mini Chocolate-Cherry Bundt Cakes to top it all off! Even dessert's part of the experiment with Berries with Tequila Cream, and she wraps things up with a Spicy Tequila Sunrise cocktail. On the side, there's a Skillet Corn Casserole made from Nan's classic recipe and Nan's Blackberry Cobbler is for dessert. To celebrate her father-in-law's birthday, there are Eggs Benedict and Breakfast Potatoes. She whips up crowd-pleasing Cheery Cheesecake Santa Hats to take to a family bash and assembles a Bruschetta Bar To Go that's an awesome appetizer for a church get-together. Ree's handing out Granola Bars to the kids as they set off on horse back for a riding lesson with Josh and his uncle Lee. Pull from oven and set aside to cool. This is party time with a real wild west difference. It's a tale of two dinners at the Drummond Ranch — one for the kids and one for the grownups. 2 chicken breasts There's a real ranch favorite for lunch, Chicken Spaghetti with Apple, Pecan and Blue Cheese Salad. Kickin' Shrimp and Pineapple Flatbreads with Avocado Cream are being served for lunch. Instead of strips of toast, I made crispy flaky cheese straws. The guys are away and so it's 24 hours of just Ree Drummond and the girls. With the family away for the weekend, Ree can cook and eat all the food she really loves. Then she makes Quick Ranch Potatoes and Spicy Green Beans because cowboys like a little kick. Then she packs it all up to hand over to the grateful and adorable mom-to-be. Serve soup topped with tortilla strips, shredded cheese and chopped cilantro. While soup simmers prepare tortilla strips. After a long day of housework, she cooks Lamb Chops with Mint, Sauteed Green Beans with Lemon and Blue Cheese, and Baked Sweet Potato with Cream and Mint. It's chocolate day at the lodge and Ree has challenged herself to shake up three great knock-it-out-of-the-park easy but impressive chocolate recipes for the blog. The whole family is pitching in for a big party to celebrate Ree's father-in-law, Chuck's, birthday. These eggs come out fluffy, creamy, and oh so cheesy. It's a Drummond cousin sleepover at the lodge and Ree's making a finger food feast of Crispy Chicken Strips, Sweet Potato Fries, Honey Mustard and Kickin' Mayo dips, and fun Individual Fruit Pizzas. Her first treat is Tallgrass Toffee, a mashup of candy, chocolate and trail mix. She uses a multicooker to turn seriously delicious Short Ribs with Collards into fast food, and she punches up the flavour in her Spicy Brussels Caesar Salad. Ree's making some of her all-time favorites, including delicious Broccoli Wild Rice Casserole and Sweet Soul 'Taters. Then there's an Arkansas University mascot-inspired duo featuring crowd-pleasing Honey Ham Sandwiches and Pig Pickin' Cake. First, there's Hot Corn Chile Dip, perfect for a teen pool party. Line a baking pan with paper towels, set aside. Ree's doubling up on dinner and making one meal for her crew and one for cowboy Josh. Ree's deliveries couldn't get sweeter. Finally, Ree turns to entertaining by whipping up an all-in-one Pesto Chicken Skillet Supper for her sister-in-law before making Blueberry Lemon Ricotta Bruschetta, the perfect finger food to take to a potluck summer party. It's sweet all the way with a bunch of mind-blowing crazy treats for Ree Drummond's latest blog post. First up is Italian Meatloaf, then a no-bake Mac and Four Cheeses served with a simple B-Man Salad of leaves with a great, punchy dressing. For dessert: Chipotle Salted Chocolate Truffles, a tower of Cupcakes and glasses of fizz to toast the future Mr. and Mrs. Ree and her daughters are going on a college tour, so she's stocking up the fridge and freezer for the guys. Ree Drummond is hoping to score big with dinner for the boys after quarterback training. For a pre-hike dinner, she's making a delicious Low Carb Lettuce Burger. Ree Drummond is spilling the beans on 10 things she loves about her husband, Ladd, and the food he loves most. Five ingredients and five easy recipes. The next day, up at the lodge, they're joined by the other moms and kids where Strawberry Jam is the first period in a cool lesson mixing science and cooking, followed by a nature trail around the ranch while Ree makes lunch for the hungry kids -- Broccoli Cheese Soup on hollowed out bread bowls. It's a big day of cleaning up the homestead with a massive bonfire to round it all off after an alfresco dinner of crispy Fried Chicken, Perfect Potato Salad, crunchy Colorful Coleslaw and Individual Key Lime Pies to eat around the fire. They come in all flavors, shapes and sizes, from savory to sweet. The quiche possibilities are endless! Ree Drummond is making things easy with four great recipes. First, the versatile protein is roasted in White Chicken Enchiladas, a Tex-Mex classic perfect for stocking up the freezer. Ree's doing some cowgirl catering as she pitches in with the family and cowboys working calves, taking them a delicious breakfast of Apple Fritters With Bacon and Sausage and then serving up a fabulous lunch of Pulled Pork, Classic Coleslaw and Quick and Easy Baked Beans to the hungry crew down at the pens. Ladd and his father, Chuck, are out feeding cattle on the ranch, sharing stories about the old days and looking forward to a slap-up cowboy spread prepared by Ree Drummond. Ree Drummond makes comfort food the easy way starting with Carrot Cake French Toast -- a tasty combo of two comforting classics in one make-ahead breakfast. Then, Ree whips up a freezer-standby spin on a classic with Chicken Nugget Parmesan and finally, for a ranch-style taste of the dolce vita, divine no-churn Ricotta and Orange Ice Cream that's perfect for holidays and every day. It's fiesta time on the ranch, where Ree's creating a truly classic Mexican feast with Tequila Lime Chicken, Refried Black Beans, Mexican Rice Casserole and all the yummy fixings. Trim any overhanging edges and flute edges. Using a rolling pin gently press cheese into the dough. Her Pancake Pockets are a filling grab-and-go breakfast for the boys, and an Egg In a Hole Sandwich is portable, over-the-top and perfect for the head of the family. Ree Drummond is exploring 16-minute marvels with four awesome weeknight dinners cooked against the clock. Ree takes a shortcut for her a showstopping Rustic Strawberry Tart with sweetened whipped cream, and her cheesy Million Dollar Dip rounds out the speedy spread. Unroll pastry sheet on a sheet of parchment paper. The appetizer is a great Queso Fundido Con Tequila, and for the main course it's a Shrimp Tortilla Soup with a shot of the good stuff! Using a slotted spoon remove strips from oil and drain on paper towel lined pan, season with salt. Pour 2 inches of vegetable oil into a heavy-bottomed pot and heat to 375ºF over medium-high heat. Her Mac and Cheese Stuffed Peppers are beer-battered and served with Cilantro Lime Cream and her Grilled French Toast is finished with Grilled Strawberries and a fabulous range of epic toppings. She rounds out her boarding house snacks ready for room service with savory, spicy Cowboy Cheese Bites. R is remembering, which Ree does when making Glazed Apple Dumplings. On the side is Ladd's grandmother's legendary Broccoli Salad, then Ree's Ice Cream Layer Cake for dessert. So she's cooking up dishes that she can serve half now and freeze the rest for another time. Add shredded cheese and stir until combined and melted. There's speedy, creamy Bow Tie Chicken Alfredo and build-your-own Grilled Fruit Pizzas with a cookie base, cream cheese frosting and indoor grilled glossy fruit. Sprinkle cheese over dough, season with salt. Ree Drummond is in a pie state of mind, so she starts by making an incredibly decadent and party-worthy Double Chocolate Pie with a torched meringue topping.