WYD, Jill Duggar? The former Counting On star — who was fired from her family’s TV show thanks to her f–k up of a husband, Derick Dillard — is notorious for being a terrible cook. Although she’s received backlash as of late for making pizza out of sliced bread and using cream of chicken soup in her enchiladas, this 2014 recipe for “homemade yogurt” proves she was always, well, awful. Why? Let’s just say she used yogurt as one of the ingredients… Watch the video above to find out what people had to say, and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube Channel!
“Yay! The #homemadeyogurt process was a success!” she captioned her slow-cooker slop. “With one gallon of milk and a cup of yogurt for starter, we made a whole crockpot full! Mix with your favorite toppings for a tasty treat! #jilldillard #19kids.” Yeah… we’ll pass.
Of course, this isn’t the first time the mother-of-two has been slammed for one of her meals. Most recently, several haters went OFF on Jill for her chicken spaghetti sauce.
“It is really easy to make a lovely sweet and sour dish without a lot of cans of soup,” they wrote on her blog. In the now-deleted comment, they added, “It concerns me the salt content of this.” Another wrote, “Using canned chicken is unacceptable. Also, you really shouldn’t use bouillion in addition to all that canned soups. Way too much salt, and it is harmful to all your kidneys.” A third just couldn’t hold back and quipped, “Jill, you have to wake up and learn to cook for real, not just throwing cans of stuff together.” They continued, “Your meals will be much healthier and will taste better also. Go check out some cookbooks at the library.” Ouch!
But TBH, the trolls do have a point. After all, when people praise the 27-year-old for giving her toddler a fresh vegetable, you know things have gotten pretty bad. Our advice? It’s time to ditch that can opener, Jilly!
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