onepananddonecover_hiresPeep the cookbooks!

One Pan & Done is about getting simple, delicious meals from your oven to your table, post haste. Pull out your sheet pans, Dutch ovens, cast iron skillets, casserole dishes, muffin tins and more – we’re coming for ya!

OP&D is set to release on February 7th, 2017, but you can preorder it here, here and here.


Sheet Pan Suppers is about cooking on a sheet pan (read: easy set-up, easy clean-up!) and I think you might be into it.

Check your local bookstore for a copy of Sheet Pan Suppers, or grab one at any of these fine interwebs retailers:

Amazon |  Barnes & Noble |  IndieBound |  Workman

Want to know more about the Sheet Pan Suppers?  OKAY!

Some things you might need to get started:

  • A stainless steel or aluminum sheet pan (this one’s just a suggestion – any brand will do)
  • aluminum foil or parchment paper (these are pre-cut to fit! how cool!)
  • a wire rack (you won’t need this for all of the recipes, but it’s helpful for a few)

And… that’s pretty much it!!  From here you can whip up an easy appetizer, throw together a simple dinner, dazzle your friends with homemade brunch, or bake up a crowd-pleasing dessert!

Some of my favorite recipes from SPS include:

Quick Chicken & Baby Broccolini with Spicy Peanut Sauce:


Pears in Prosciutto:


Chocolate Candy Bark:


Turkey Roulade with Autumn Hash:


Apple Galette:


Spicy Brown Sugar-Rosemary Cashews:


Just the tip of the iceberg, really.

Thanks so much for your support.  Happy (sheet pan) cooking, all!


30 Responses to Books

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  3. Breanne says:

    I just finished a 90- minute flip through of your book, and I AM SO AMAZED. EVERY recipe looked amazing and delicious, I can’t wait to try them. I borrowed my copy from the library but I think this is definitely one I will want to buy and have on hand, I’m even thinking about cooking through the whole book. I have also loved reading through the blurbs before each recipe – so friendly and fun and a great intro to the food, especially if it’s an unfamiliar dish. Way to go, thank you for producing a quality, tantalizing work!

  4. Carrie says:

    Love reading your book and can’t wait to try some of these recipes!

  5. Aimee Sterk says:

    Just wanted to let you know you have your own little fan club going at WhatsCookingGR. I got your book after reading about it in a magazine and was immediately smitten. Started posting pics of the recipes and other group members followed suite. Especially love the broccolini/chicken and eggplant/chickpea but all of the many recipes I/we’ve tried have been great. Thanks so much for getting us out of the grind/blandness of one-pot meals into the roasty taste of sheet pan meals. Can’t wait for your next cookbook!

  6. Sharon says:

    Saw an article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review for your sheet-pan cookbook. Do you think that this cooking method would be good for beginner cooks? You look like a fun person!

    • molly gilbert says:

      Thanks, Sharon! Yes, sheet pan cooking is great for beginner cooks – lots of easy recipes to try. I hope you enjoy!!

  7. Kirsten says:

    P.130 step #5. Someone didn’t proofread too well *lol*

    • Susan says:

      Why is there not an errata published for the errors in step 5. Very confusing. I am a seasoned cook and I was scratching my heat about the step 5 instructions. Imagine what a beginner cook might think.

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  9. Terri Grier says:

    Question – do you include nutritional information in recipes for your book, specifically calories per serving?

    • molly gilbert says:

      Hi Terri – no, I don’t include any nutritional information or calories per serving. Thanks for your question!

  10. Karen Laksamana says:

    Thanks to your book, I’ve discovered I love butternut squash! My favorite new recipe is Pork tenderloin with butternut squash, onions and apples. YUM!!

  11. Valerie says:

    Wow ! Just picked up your sheet pan cook book from the news stand at my local grocery store. It is amazing. It surpassed my “do I like it or not” benchmark – my entire package of post it flags were used on recipes that I must make. Truly exceptional !!

  12. Diane says:

    Molly, just found your website after seeing you this morning on Today’s Take (Today Show). This prompted me to wonder: are you planning to write a second sheet pan cookbook? (Sorry if you’ve already addressed this question.) Like so many others, I have your first cookbook and love it, but soon the crowd will be clamoring for more!

  13. I went to the library and your book was on the shelf so my friend and I picked up a copy. I found lots of great recipes and it led me to your wonderful blog!! I posted a review for your cookbook and my favorite recipes on my list to make. Thanks for the great recipes!! I can’t wait to try them 🙂 I am following your blog now too!!!

  14. Donna says:

    I bought this book and it is the only meals we make.. I had a party and the next day both my sister in-laws purchased the book.. I am just waiting for volume 2..

  15. JoAnna Witzig says:

    Hi Molly, I just wanted you to know how much I absolutely LOVE your cookbook. I bought it when I saw it recommended on Smitten Kitchen, and after cooking and loving so many of the recipes, I have given it as birthday presents to three of my friends! Seriously, every recipe I have tried has been incredibly flavorful and delicious, yet not too overwhelming or full of steps. Thank you so much!

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  19. Marie Christine says:

    I just made your chicken Parmesan and it was delicious and such a quick weeknight recipes! I recently received your book as a gift and I can already tell it’s going to be one of my favorites! Sheet pan cooking is perfect for busy weeknights and leftovers!

  20. Mark Morgan says:

    We checked out “One Pan & Done” from out local library, made three recipes and LOVED all of them, so we went out and bought it – we are VERY GLAD that we did, tonight we made the “Turkey sausage, eggplant, Tomato & Penne” bake and it was amazing! Thanks!

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