We used our brand spanking new Instant Pot for the first time the other week, using a very easy first timer recipe. And now we’re hooked! It’s Megan-simple and quick. And now I want MORE easy Instant Pot recipes (bonus points for being healthy). So I put our a request on Facebook, and got these responses. (And then I want to hear yours!)…
I want a recipe that is economical, better than what I can buy, and suitable for the easily distracted. A tall order, it would seem, but after a quick search and a flick though some old books, I found three likely candidates: labneh, ricotta, and paneer.
My paneer was underwhelming, but the other two cheeses were a roaring success! Here’s how to make soft cheese at home…
Do you need a quick meal you can throw together without measuring spoons? A pinch here and a splash there? Let me introduce you to my family’s new favorite meal, a little thing I like to call Asian beef. (And it is also great for picky eaters!)
Breakfast, lunch, or dinner — ever since I discovered I can make egg and avocado on toast in less than five minutes, it’s become my go-to meal when I’m short on time. In addition to being fast, it’s filling, full of protein, and only about 300 calories!
These gyro burritos are the perfect take-along meal to bring with you when you are camping or hiking. You can make them ahead of time and store them in your cooler, or pack the ingredients separately and assemble them when you’re ready to eat!
Sometimes nothing satisfies like a warm muffin. I love this recipe because not only is it dairy and wheat-free, it is also void of refined sugar and has just a trace of oil. Even better, you whip it all up in your blender!
We were getting a bit sick of sandwiches at our house, and dinner doesn’t always have enough leftovers, so I started making burritos. Through some trial and error I came up with the perfect bean burrito that we were both happy with and could be an easy lunch for us.