Mama June's 'Multimeal' Recipe Is So Simple Your Husband Can Make It! (VIDEO)

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multimealLet's be real, here: Mama June isn't an extraordinary chef. That's not to say that the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo star doesn't know a thing or two about being in the kitchen. Heck, they're coming out with a Honey Boo Boo cookbook for crying out loud. But her tastes, well, they aren't exactly well-developed. Her ingredients? Simple and mostly canned. Hey, if that's what works for the Boo Boos (as I like to call 'em), then who am I to intrude?

Which is why instead of ridiculing Mama June for her latest unhealthy monstrosity of the meal, I commend her. The reality star recently allowed cameras into her kitchen and showed them how to make her masterpiece "multimeal." In it? Layers of hamburger meat, milk, mashed potatoes, shredded cheese, corn, and of course -- butter.

Sound caloric? Well yeah, that's because it probably is. But it also looks like a meal that most moms can respect for a MAJOR reason: ease.

The best part about multimeal? The fact that the whole thing is made in one little pan. With that said, it's also pretty great that most of the ingredients come in a box, bag, or can. No complicated ingredients = no complaining about making dinner.

Now, would you make multimeal at your home?

 

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MrsMo... MrsMomtimes2

I think that is called Shepard's Pie.

cassi... cassie_kellison

Yup, that sounds like Shepard's Pie to me. Maybe she prepped it differently but it's essentially the same thing.


It can be made Skinny by using lean beef, mashed cauliflower in place of potatoes, more veggies, low fat cheese.

Janice Elizabeth Martin

Without the cheese and excess butter, it is what we call 'Shepard's Pie'.

fleur... fleurdelys3110

I'm not usually one to nit pick these things, but the title of this article is kind of sexist. Reminds me of vacuum ads from the 50's and early 60's that had taglines similar to "So simple, your wife can use it!"

Todd Vrancic

I agree fleurdelys.  In our household, I do the cooking.

Wileen Byroads

No........Look what it did to mama June!shouting

nonmember avatar whisardswife

Are you kidding me? You're actually going to praise this filth as something a Mom should make... because it's easy?! I'm all about ease and one-pan-cooking but she could take an extra 10 mins and turn this meal idea into something HEALTHY for her GROSSLY OVERWEIGHT BROOD and save money! Get rid of all the canned crud and use fresh!

Tami Baker

Sounds like a modified Shepherd's Pie to me.

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