Between being a mom of three, running a Nashville boutique and recording new music (!!!), Jessie James Decker has her hands full. Nevertheless, the 32-year-old tacked another project onto her workload: a cookbook called "Just Feed Me," available today pretty much everywhere you can buy books (though a special edition with 16 extra pages is available at Target). Her first book, 2018's "Just Jessie," was focused on her daily, busy life; she included a dozen or so of her go-to recipes, but in this second iteration, she's gone all in on food.
Decker has been teasing some of the recipes we'll be able to find in the book for months, and each one seems more delicious than the last. Her recipes are meant to be simple, kid-friendly where appropriate and reminiscent of a happy, healthy home. If her sneak peeks have showed us anything, it's that this book is filled with familiar yet tantalizing recipes that'll appeal to the whole family.
Our favorites so far have included a pumpkin chocolate chip cookie that both hunky Eric Decker and 6-year-old Vivianne equally enjoy:
Breakfast options galore, including stacks on stacks of pancakes, an egg-topped sweet potato hash, an ultra blueberry muffin and icing-topped cinnamon rolls:
A cauliflower potato salad and grilled naan honey arugula pizza, which were featured on "Good Morning America:"
Something called a mermaid juice cocktail, which is blue and beautiful -- E! got the recipe from Decker today:
Chocolate peanut butter "yankee bars," a favorite of Mr. Decker:
And spaghetti bolognese that you could swim in:
Hungry yet? Tune into your inner chef, one recipe at a time.