As of 2015, popular recipes from the Hillbilly Housewife include Cold Broccoli Salad, French Toast Casserole, Artichoke Spinach Dip and Peach Pit Jelly. The brand's official site focuses on smart, frugal and homemade recipes. Recipe categories include breads and grains, slow cooker, canning and convenience foods.
In addition to an online collection of recipes on the official Hillbilly Housewife website, the brand has published books such as "Dump Cake Recipes," "Homemade Mixes," "Homemade Jelly and Jam Recipes," "Breakfast Casserole Recipes" and "The Thrifty Bean Cookbook." As of 2015, each of these books has received a rating of at least 3.5 stars, according to GoodReads users.
The owner of the Hillbilly Housewife refers to herself as Susanne with no last name. Frugal cooking is the first step to homemaking and tackling larger financial goals, states Susanne. The site encourages readers to submit their own ideas and recipes after reading those shared by the Hillbilly Housewife.