If you love the Pioneer Woman, aka Ree Drummond, you are definitely going to want to check out her newest product line.
The food blogger, writer, and TV personality already has gorgeous kitchen items available. Plus, she launched a prepared food line last year and just a few weeks ago her dog treats hit Walmart shelves. Now, she is collaborating with Kraft Heinz for a brand new line of ranch dressings and dips, homestyle BBQ sauces and pasta sauces, all inspired by her favorite recipes.
Unlike her other products, which can only be found at Walmart, the sauce and dip line will be in grocery stores nationwide. And in true Pioneer Woman fashion, these are not your standard plain ranch, bbq sauce and marinara offerings. While you’ll find those too, there are some pretty exciting flavors here — all perfect for spring and summer. Drummond apparently worked closely with chefs at Kraft Heinz to make sure her homespun style comes through.
You’ll find two types of ranch dressing, each costing around $3.29 for a 12-ounce bottle: Frontier and Spicy Southwestern. The BBQ sauces come in Frontier, Apple Brown Sugar, Peach Whiskey and Honey Habanero. They come in at $2.99 for a 19.5-ounce jar. You can get the pasta sauces at a price point of around $3.99 for a 24-ounce jar; the available flavors include Italian Sausage & Peppers, Rustic Bolognese, Marinara, Four Cheese and Garden Vegetable.
The ranch and BBQ sauces are already on store shelves, while the pasta sauces will be released later this May.
“I love making homemade meals to share with Ladd and the kids, but like most busy home cooks, there are days when I don’t have time to make everything from scratch,” Drummond said in a press release put out by Kraft Heinz. “My new dressings and sauces cut down on all the prep, but still deliver my signature, can’t-get-enough-of-it flavor to your dinner table. Now you can spend more time enjoying that delicious meal with your family, which is really what counts!”
Which new dip or sauce flavor are you most excited to try? We’re thinking Peach Whiskey sounds divine!