Are you looking for a quick and easy appetizer dish to make for your next party? Are your little ones hungry and bickering while you try to make dinner? Are you tired and looking for a tasty dish to make while you take a moment to relax and watch your favorite show? Are you spending an entire afternoon at the park with your family and looking for a tasty meal that everyone will like?
If any of these situations apply to you, then read on. This article will provide you with what you need to know about ten delicious, easy to make recipes. We’ll start with the quick and easy appetizer and work our way down and through good hearty main dishes and desserts. You will find something for everyone and enough variety.
Butter plus eggs equal the perfect base for a solid breakfast. Start your day off right with our simple yet satisfying version of this breakfast classic. Ready in minutes! These fluffy eggs pair well with many low-carb favorites as well, there are tons of lower-carb breads, or you could opt to make an alternate dish and eat the eggs on the side. And, if you are really hungry, feeding a few people (or have extra-large eggs), don’t be shy. Add a little more butter to match!
In case you need a recipe for something to fill your Gluten Free Pie Crust with… here ya go! I made my first banana cream pie a few years ago and only recently started experimenting. This is the first time I got the base right. You can choose to make it “sliceable” or “keep it all together”. As you can see I went the latter, I like it… it’s messy but fun
Looking for breakfast ideas for special occasions? Want to make ahead and make it easy for the week ahead? Cinnamon Roll Pancakes will be a favorite in your family and a fantastic breakfast treat! These pancakes are balanced and moist and full of cinnamon and brown sugar flavor. Make ahead and freeze them and they won’t let you down!
It’s Saturday over here and I am so glad that I made this Instant Pot Salsa Chicken early in the week! With how crazy busy life has been lately it has been amazing that I have been able to make a couple meals ahead of time. The Instant Pot has been a real life saver! It does make meal prep a lot easier for me! All I have to do is press a button and come back a few hours later and dinner is done!
If you’re looking to cook a chuck steak for dinner tonight, then these instructions are for you. No experience necessary, and the recipe is even easy enough that even your kids can make it! You won’t have to stand over the stove for hours, waiting until your instant pot steak comes out as decent. Using Instant Pot in conjunction with the meat’s natural juices and pressure cooking seals in flavor while stewing meat quickly.
Tis (still) the season for…squash. This week I am changing my tune with a different kind of squash recipe-Pumpkin Turmeric Soup. In case you haven’t heard-I love pumpkin because it is full of pumpkin pie spices (cinnamon, allspice, ginger, nutmeg). It is full of nutrients like potassium and beta-carotene (to convert to Vitamin A). It’s also full of fiber, B vitamins, and Vitamin C. So, why not get more pumpkin in your diet?
This time of year we start getting lots of cravings for candy and things like jelly beans and Dunkin Donuts. Well, this time of year, I’m craving Nutella and hazelnut butter. How do you solve a problem like that?!? Simple, turn it into a spread. I’ve been using Nutella in my coffee every morning and the flavors have been amazing. But I love Nutella, so I decided it needed a little extra something to bring out all of its flavors. Luckily, I found that in hazelnut butter.
You found it! The perfect dinner recipe for a healthy and tasty meal. This stir fry is full of protein from the chicken plus lots of vegetables which will keep you full and satisfied. The ingredients are simple, inexpensive, and can be found in any grocery store. In fact, everything is something you probably already have in your refrigerator. This is a perfect meal to cook for family and friends! The Chicken Veggie Stir Fry recipe is also perfect for a weeknight meal, healthy dinner idea when you need to make something fast or for a healthy lunch. You can also easily prepare the recipe on a Sunday night and reheat for supper just before you head off to work. This is an excellent recipe choice if you are on a diet as it is low in carbohydrates and calories, but very filling.
Spaghetti and meatballs sounds like a really good place to start. This recipe came together in the Instant Pot in the time it would have taken to bring a stock pot to a simmer on the stove. Plus it’s a great way to turn out spaghetti and meatballs in a fraction of the time it would take to make them in a traditional oven. And, with pasta being both delicious and filling, spaghetti and meatballs are a favorite recipe for our busy households.
PSA! A blender, a few common ingredients and 2 minutes of your time can change your coffee game forever! Hello Peanut Butter Chocolate Mocha! Whether you like an iced latte or an iced cappuccino, this is the perfect recipe to transform your cup of coffee into this tasty dessert concoction. Using the power of coconut milk to keep this smooth, creamy treat vegan-friendly, you’re all set to look forward to your next cup of coffee!
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