Most summer nights are spent driving to their current job, my vehicle or truck bed serving as a literal feed wagon and traveling picnic table. Gathering together as a family over a meal is important to us no matter what season we are in. I know the same goes for other farming and ranching families like ours.

Since Hayfield Meals started, I’ve had the opportunity to connect with so many other wives like myself who were in need of a community like this one to connect with. I share recipes, meal prep, snacks, grocery shopping, travel tips, favorite products, our guys in the field, ways your kids can be involved and more.

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Cooking for them is something that has brought me a lot of joy and, if I’m being honest, delivering dinner is sometimes the only 30 minutes we see our guys during the day. I’ve had the best time in my kitchen for what feels like the first time, especially with my little ladies as we go get groceries together, chop vegetables, marinate meat, lick the spoon, and pack up a hot meal to take to Papaw and Daddy for the night.

I want this to be a fun community for everyone, full of encouragement, laughs, and cooking. I’ll have everything here and on our Instagram account, but please tag and give credit on my content that you share. I’d love to see your meals and deliveries in action!

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A fun addition I’ve wanted to add to Hayfield Meals whether you’re a busy farm/ranch wife or not! These meal plans can benefit anyone and will save you so much time because the hard work and decision making is done for you. Plus, these meals are simple, hearty, and GOOD. I love feeding people. This is just one way that I want to extend that love to you and lend a hand. Meal planning doesn’t have to be difficult, neither does shopping or cooking. 

I truly enjoy being in my kitchen. Fresh wildflowers in the window sill, a good playlist going, and preparing a meal for my family is life giving to me. Gathering around the table has almost become foreign. I know during hay season, harvest, branding season, busy schedules or what have you-breaking bread with one another seems to be a struggle during those times. It’s the reason I started hayfield meals, bringing our table to the tractor. I pray that no matter how busy you are, this will give you the opportunity to save time and spend more of it with the ones you love.

Each week, your subscription will include your weekly meal plan that consists of 5 dinners, a tractor snack (something quick and easy to eat on the go), and a desert. You will also get the recipes as well as a completed grocery list all in PDF form that's ready to print out and throw in a binder for future use

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This recipe is a delicious one pan wonder, requires minimal cleanup, and is super easy. Plus, it feeds a crowd. I love dishes like this because it’s easily customizable to your liking and also makes incredible leftovers. Let me know how you like it. Enjoy!

May 18, 2023

Tamale Pie

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This recipe is so simple but SO delicious. I love the garlic aoli sauce and have been on a kick of switching out regular potatoes for sweet potatoes. This is a hit in our house and has been lately with my Hayfield Meals Subscribers. Enjoy!

May 4, 2023

Steak Bites + Sweet Potatoes

I’ve had a few requests for more Asian inspired dishes lately so I thought I’d share this easy recipe for you to try! I made this for my husband who is the one in our home that LOVES Asian food and he really enjoyed it. Egg Roll in a Bowl Ingredients: Spicy Mayo Sauce: Directions: […]

April 27, 2023

Egg Roll in a Bowl

I’ve made these several different ways and have finally adapted them to my liking. I made them for our family Easter and remembered to take photos to share on the blog. These are SO easy and always turn out great! Ingredients Directions Enjoy!

April 20, 2023

From Scratch Biscuits

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I love this easy tractor snack recipe that is simple and fun! A huge thank you to Hees Farms, a subscriber, for sharing these photos while using my recipe. Ingredients: Directions:

April 6, 2023

Pepperoni Puffs

This recipe is so delicious and can be doubled as breakfast or dessert! I love the freshness of the berries and the richness of real maple syrup. I also think a little raw honey would really send it over the top. Feel free to swap ingredients as you see fit. Add more French bread if […]

March 24, 2023

Berry Good French Toast Casserole

I love this diverse casserole that transports you to a time of an old cast iron over an open flame. Between the beef, pinto beans, corn, and biscuits, it’s one all of the cowboys will love. It’s also easily modifiable so feel free to switch an ingredient or two out to something you’d rather have. […]

March 9, 2023

Chuck Wagon Casserole

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A simple, tried and true recipe for a staple around our house. We eat a lot of avocados and guacamole and this recipe is pretty basic but fool proof every time.

March 2, 2023

Simple Guacamole

A super easy meal that is delicious and full of flavor! Enjoy!

February 23, 2023

Creamy Herb Chicken

I love this salad and it’s one I like to make as a leftover dish from eating steak the previous meal. I love the flavor, I get a good amount of protein, and can easily adapt this recipe with various ingredients and dressings if I’d like. Enjoy!

February 16, 2023

Steak Salad

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I shared this recipe with subscribers two weeks ago but felt that it deserved a permanent spot here on the blog. This pasta salad is SO good, fresh, and has a twist on your traditional pasta salads. The fresh dill is so yummy and I really seasoned the chicken I made to give it a […]

February 2, 2023

Dill Pickle Pasta Salad

This is such an easy meal and one of our favorites! I sent it to subscribers in last week’s meal plan but wanted it have a permanent place here on the blog for reference. You can cut back on the cheese and switch out ingredients to your liking. I like to throw all of the […]

January 26, 2023

Pesto Chicken Bake

Even though we aren’t in Autumn, I wanted to share this pork loin recipe we LOVE to make all year round. From the fresh herbs I love to cut from the garden to the yummy sweet potatoes and pears, this is a recipe you are going to want to save and have on repeat. I […]

January 19, 2023

Autumn Pork Tenderloin

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I took last weekend and organized my Mom’s pantry and spice cabinet for her. It’s amazing what a few jars, baskets, and labels can do! I wanted to share the before and after as well as the links so if you’d like to do the same, you can. I know I feel so much better […]

January 15, 2023

Pantry Organization

A recipe that has been raved over the last few weeks so I wanted to share here as well! Hope you enjoy!

December 29, 2022

Apple Cider Glazed Chicken

This is an easy, throw together meal that is great to feed just you or a crowd. It’s hearty, cheesy, and comfort food. Mac and cheese is it’s on food group amiright? If you’d like to add a protein, fajita meat or diced chicken is wonderful! Enjoy!

December 20, 2022

Tex Mex Mac + Cheese

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Crinkle cookies are a classic Christmas cookie and this recipe, I’m sure, is the same as most you’ll find, handed down by grandmothers for generations. BUT, it’s one of my favorites and I love how soft and chewy these are. Tis the season to try all the cookie recipes. I love gifting these in tins […]

December 9, 2022

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

So excited to share this fun recipe from my friend Single Wide Style today! If you haven’t shopped her fun antique finds, she’s my go-to for all unique, old school western pieces. Single Wide Style Salted Nut Roll Bars Ingredients: Directions: Thank you so much for sharing! Let us know and tag us if you decide […]

December 5, 2022

Single Wide Style Salted Nut Roll Bars

Sharing this easy holiday dessert recipe that everyone is sure to love! Pecan Pie bars are so easy and you can serve them like our subscriber, Landyn did here, or pre-cut them into little squares.

December 1, 2022

Pecan Pie Bars

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This recipe is such a comfort to me because it reminds me of my childhood and the many girls trips I’d go on with my mom, nana, and aunts. We would stop at a place in OKC called Applewoods that made the best fritters. If you are from Oklahoma, you might remember this place. It […]

November 24, 2022

Apple Fritters

This recipe is SO delicious and a fall favorite around our house. Slow cooks all day and is ready at dinner time. Feeds a crowd and we think, is even better heated up the next day! We love topping ours with some shredded cheese, tortilla chips, avocado slices, and a lime wedge. You can omit […]

November 16, 2022

White Chicken Chili

Sharing a super easy recipe that is a classic Mexican dish and also feeds a crowd. I will attest that sheet pans are one of the most used items in my kitchen. From baking full meals, to cookies, to pizza, to carting food to and from the field, these are one of the most versatile […]

November 8, 2022

Sheet Pan Fajitas

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Sharing my Italian Grilled Cheese recipe that I always pair with a traditional tomato basil soup. Perfect meals for cold, rainy fall days. The pesto on these makes it extra delicious. If you aren’t a fan of the soup, I add a side ramekin of marina for dipping. Enjoy!

October 28, 2022

Italian Grilled Cheese

This recipe was a guest contribution to my Hayfield Meals subscription last week by Sarah of PNW Beef! I wanted to share here because it’s such a yummy twist on tacos while the leftovers can also double into a dessert afterwards! I hope you enjoy these! Sarah has also generously offered 10% off site wide […]

October 12, 2022

Navajo Tacos

A classic recipe that is sure to feed a crowd! I made this for my mom’s birthday last week with a side salad and it was so delicious. I used it in last week’s meal plan for my subscribers but wanted to share it on the blog as well. This one takes some time but […]

October 10, 2022

Lasagna

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I wanted to share this quick and easy slider recipe with you all that is great for busy nights and as a field meal! You can easily add a side salad for a full meal. These are also great for gatherings, parties, tailgates, holidays and more. Add a side of marinara for dipping. I hope […]

October 5, 2022

Mini Pizza Sliders

Sharing my final nod to summer on this last day of September even though it’s technically already fall. In Oklahoma, the temperatures aren’t reflecting that the season has changed. This fun cookie recipe inspired me to make something that isn’t on the pumpkin and cinnamon train……yet. It’s coming though! I found this cute cookie stamp […]

September 30, 2022

Lemon Sugar Cookies

Teach your kids to cook. Allow them to make messes and learn in their own unique way. Build up their confidence and lead by example. Cooking is such an important life skill. I’m often surprised by many who come to me here or via email, that truly just don’t know how to cook. They either […]

September 22, 2022

Teach Them

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This recipe is brought to you once again by my friend, May, of Flying Spade Co. She is always so creative in the kitchen and has been so kind to help contribute a tried and true recipe here and there to my Hayfield Meals weekly meal plan. In the recipe, you can add whatever toppings […]

September 16, 2022

Cast Iron Pizza

Sharing a recipe that takes a little prepping but is SO nice to have on hand for breakfasts for not only the farmer or rancher in your life, but also those kiddos! These serve us well on busy homeschool mornings when I don’t have time to cook. I love being able to make ahead breakfasts […]

September 12, 2022

Make Ahead Breakfast Burritos

Organization is sort of my thing. I’ve been trying to take an area at a time, making our home more functional. This summer I completely organized my spice cabinet, oils, and baking ingredients and it has made cooking so much easier (and enjoyable.) This might seem like a small task but it was a bit […]

September 8, 2022

Spice Spice, Baby

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A classic salad recipe that I love pairing with many of my dishes. large head of romaine lettuce parmesan cheese, shredded crisp croutons grape tomatoes sliced red onion Homemade Caesar Dressing 1/2 cup mayo 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 2 tbsp fresh lemon juice 2 gloves garlic minced 2 tbsp dijon mustard 2 tsp […]

September 7, 2022

Farm Stand Salad

College football season is here and we are huge O-State Cowboy fans. My mom made my Gameday Queso last night for the first game and I wanted to share it here with you on the blog. Enjoy, and Go Pokes!

September 2, 2022

Gameday Queso

I just wanted to hop on here and give a few thoughts on the meal plan subscription. I have LOVED doing this over the last 15 weeks! 15! That seems crazy that I’m already that far in. I’ve been able to connect with families, farm wives, single gals learning how to cook and a variety […]

August 25, 2022

Thought’s On the Meal Plan Subscription So Far

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Not your typical dessert but in the South, from scratch biscuits with homemade jelly sure is! This recipe is brought to you by one of my best gal pals, May, of Flying Spade Co. She has a treasure trove of some amazing recipes and was kind enough to share her famous biscuits with us. Check […]

August 18, 2022

Bunkhouse Buttermilk Biscuits

I made these last week (and also included them in the Hayfield Meals plan) and it’s one of my favorite recipes. Eat on its own, serve with a side salad, top on pasta- the options are endless. It’s also nice to make extra to use on meatball subs or freeze for a later time! I […]

August 16, 2022

Back at the Ranch Meatballs

Sharing one of my favorite go-to Hayfield Meal hacks for my farmer. I love to make these for myself as well. These have been nice to prep on Sundays for his week. I simply cook all of my chicken or whatever meat we want in these in the Instant Pot. Then I prep all of […]

July 27, 2022

Mason Jar Salad

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Is the garden overloaded with squash and you need more ideas on how to cook it? Look no further than this easy and delicious recipe! It is so good and also great to eat as leftovers the next day. I use gluten free pasta for ours and over season more than my recipe says just […]

July 19, 2022

Lemon Zucchini Chicken

I shared this recipe a few weeks back in my Hayfield Meals Meal Plan Subscription and thought I’d make a permanent post on the blog as well. It’s so quick, easy, and GOOD! We raise cattle and there’s nothing like home grown, quality beef. In the summers, sometimes meals seem daunting. It’s so hot, you […]

July 11, 2022

Burger in a Bowl

This has been one of my most requested recipes from Instagram. I’ve shared myself making these several times and have perfected this recipe, using and tweaking it for the last two years. Silly as it sounds, one of my bucket list life goals has been to master the chocolate chip cookie the way I prefer […]

June 28, 2022

Lou’s Chocolate Chip Cookies

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I made a big pot of Cowboy Beans one night for the guys {along with pulled pork} and thought I’d share my recipe for the beans. It’s super quick, easy, cheap, and feeds a lot! One of my favorite #hayfieldmeals yet to take! Below is their to-go tray my mom made. Sheet pans are great […]

June 23, 2022

Cowboy Beans

We took Zack some supper last night and I told the girls to hop out of the Jeep to snap a few pictures. Each season I like to get a few shots of them in the field and compare them from years before. These farm girls are growing up so fast. They love seeing their […]

June 22, 2022

Hayfield Views

Last week in my meal plan, I used a salsa chicken recipe that is delicious by itself. However, I decided to take it up a notch and elevate the spicy bird into an easy favorite. Who doesn’t love nachos? I wanted to share here BECAUSE this is also a super way to make a meal […]

June 14, 2022

Salsa Chicken Sheet Pan Nachos

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The rain finally stopped and goodness, did the heat turn on! Sunday our temperatures were almost 100 and “feels like temp” was 112! The grass is growing and Dad and Zack are trying to get their clients hay layed down, raked, and baled. Meanwhile, I’ve been working on some delicious, easy recipes for you! I […]

June 13, 2022

Scenes from the Field

I wanted to share this delicious banana cake recipe that the girls and I made last week. The frosting is divine. This cake bakes at a lower temp but trust me, so good! Ingredient List Banana Cake 1 cup mashed over ripe bananas (I used 2 large bananas) 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice 3 cups […]

June 5, 2022

Banana Cake with Brown Sugar Buttercream

Sharing this easy pasta recipe that I included in my meal plan last week and it was so delicious! Enjoy!

May 30, 2022

Creamy Italian Chicken Pasta

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I love recipes that take minimal effort and the grunt work of cooking gets done for me all day. One of my most used appliances is the slow cooker. I make these delicious, fall off the bone chicken thighs often in our house. Sometimes I’ll change them up with seasoning like lemon pepper or rosemary, […]

February 23, 2022

Slow Cooker Chicken Thighs

My Grand pick up a box of fresh peaches for me last week and they were some of the best I’ve ever eaten. I decided to make my family some peach cobbler for a treat after supper (so sad I didn’t get any because I’m still doing 75 hard) but we did freeze some so […]

September 2, 2021

Homemade Peach Cobbler

August 27, 2021

Easy Crockpot Roast

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I’ve had a lot of questions come in about transporting food, meals, favorite products, etc. Today I thought I’d share a few tips and tricks regarding Hayfield Meals and will probably end up extending this to a two part post on down the road. For now, here are some tried and true things that I […]

August 25, 2021

Hayfield Wife Hacks

This easy make ahead sub can be also be toasted and made with whatever ingredients you’d like. They are perfect for all day on the tractor and Zack LOVES these because they are fresh and filling. I cut his in two and wrap each half up. In the morning he throws his ice, drinks, snacks, […]

July 30, 2021

Tractor Subs

Probably one of the easiest meals I make for the guys that always turns out great, is quick, and I am not spending a ton on ingredients. My meat and cheese sliders are scrumptious and what I love most is you can choose whatever meat and cheese you prefer! I usually make them different each […]

July 13, 2021

Meat + Cheese Sliders

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Summer is for hay. When Dad is out in the field, we try to have some fun when we visit and take a meal. I love that the girls get to experience this life and see that every part of farming and ranching is important. On this particular day, he just finished up with a […]

July 12, 2021

Haykid Summer

I made these glorified baked potatoes last night and they were a hit! It was super easy and didn’t require a ton of cleanup or make a mess. I’ll gladly carry the title of “Queen of the Crockpot” because it’s my most used kitchen appliance. No shame in my game, y’all. You can make about […]

June 15, 2021

BBQ Chicken Spuds

March 5, 2021

Ginger Beef + Vegetable Kabobs

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Banana pudding is such a sacred, simple dish enjoyed at birthdays, holidays, backyard barbecues, and many other gatherings. It’s one of our favorite deserts and my go-to when I’m in a pinch and need to take a desert to feed several. It’s also one of my most requested Hayfield Meal treats by Zack. If you […]

August 30, 2020

Banana Pudding

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