You’ll Want Everything In the Pioneer Woman’s Fall Walmart Collection

Ree Drummond does it again.

Even if you don’t live on a ranch, you can still recreate that kind of down-home, cozy-comfortable lifestyle that Ree Drummond shares on her hit Food Network TV show in your own home. All you need are a couple of pieces from The Pioneer Woman’s new fall line at Walmart.

Drummond has had a line at the retailer since 2015, but this one includes the launch of slow cookers. The super popular appliances (some designs are already sold out) feature cheerful patterns that can work with any countertop.

Looking to refresh your kitchen this fall? Grab a few of these affordable pieces—including ramekins, dip bowls, and pot holders. Take a look at some of our favorites below. And check out our small fall decor swaps here.


Portable Slow Cooker

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Chilly autumn weather calls for delicious soups and stews. Whip up one of The Pioneer Woman’s comfort-food recipes in this 6-quart slow cooker. This one is designed for on-the-go meals—the lid has clips that snap into place so you can bring it to a potluck or tailgating party.

To buy: $25;

Related: The Best Slow Cooker Recipes



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If you’re hosting a dinner party this fall, why not stock your cabinet with some pretty ramekins to serve up individual dishes like chicken pot pies or cobblers? The eight-piece set features different patterns, so it looks like you effortlessly mixed and matched them.

To buy: $18;


Measuring Spoon and Scoop Set

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Baking just got a little more fun. You’ll want to put this measuring spoon and scoop set on display instead of hiding them away in a drawer. They feature pretty floral designs with a scalloped detail.

To buy: $13;

Related: Easy Cake Recipes


Dinner Plate Set

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Add some vintage flair to your table with a set of floral dinner plates. Plus, they're budget-friendly, too—for $20, you’ll get four dinner plates (all of which are dishwasher- and microwave-safe).

To buy: $20;


Pot Holder and Oven Mitt Set

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A quick way to change up your kitchen’s style? Swap out your old pot holders, oven mitts, and dish towels with some new, bright ones. At just five bucks, this will be the cheapest redecorating trick you can pull off.

To buy: $5;