Make it as a weeknight meal for your family or add it as an appetizer to your multiple course menu.
Just one pot, a handful of ingredients is all what you need to make this creamy, filling pasta.
This is my kid’s favorite kind of pasta. It combines the goodness of healthy greens with a delicious creamy pesto sauce. It’s a great option for picky eaters as well.
Meet the easy-to-make, crunchy-from-outside-soft-from-inside, chewy and chocolatey oats cookies. They are perfect to be made quickly, without having to use any fancy equipments and using just one bowl and a whisk.
This is the easiest chili recipe ever. It doesn’t require any chopping or prepping. You throw all the ingredients together in an instant pot and open to find them magically transformed into a warm and delicious chili con carne.
Kaiserschmarrn is the German version of a fluffy pancake, served shredded along with applesauce. We made our variation healthier, by using oatmeal and raw sugar, instead of refined flour and sugar.
These cake pops are made with the leftover bits and pieces of a whole wheat sponge, and use dark chocolate for the coating. The toppings can be varied from chopped nuts or shredded coconut- for a healthier option, to sprinkles- for a more kid friendly option. It’s a fun, no mess treat which is always a hit at kids parties.
These freshly baked homemade buns will take your burgers to the next level. These are much more fulfilling and tastier than the refined flour ones. Once you have them, you would never want to go back to the store bought ones.
These are a great way to satisfy your kids’ (or your) donut cravings minus the unhealthy amount of sugar and dough. Mine love them as much as the regular donuts and always consider them as treats.
You wouldn’t believe how easy it is to make your own homemade pineapple jam. This jam has been one of the life savior for me. My kids can have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner (if permitted 😉).