If there were Oscars for food, this avocado toast recipe would be one of the nominees for being the most simple, easy, yet delicious. It’s light, creamy, crunchy, and is an excellent kick of energy. Perfect for breakfast or lunch.
This baked chicken taquitos recipe might not be exactly like your traditional, authentic kind. But we want to show you that food can be made healthier and eating healthy does not have to be bland or boring. Imagine that
This fruit salad recipe should be your new favorite snack this summer. Why? Because it’s the ultimate snack! Easy to make, appealing to the eye, fresh and refreshing. Stunningly delicious! What more can you ask for?
The first hand experience came about on a weekend a month ago, when my 9-years-old niece decided she will only eat pink foods from then on. And wear only pink clothes, of course, with the exception of her all time favorite turquoise Elsa dress.
This zucchini bread recipe is so simple that even a child can do it! If you have kids, have them help you out when you make this delicious bread. I can guarantee you it will be a fun experience for them!
Here’s one top prior signal to be noticed: If the yolks somehow come with green rings or smell like sulfur, well, you’re in no defense. Because you just overcooked them. Which is no good news I guess. I mean, an extra or less minute in, a messy chaotic batch of eggs out, right in the face.
I love a good biscuits and gravy recipe. Who wouldn’t love some flaky buttery biscuits with warm savory gravy? Of course it can get messy to make, but you can make it on a Sunday where you don’t have much to do. You’ll have more time to spend on cooking, and it will be worth every bite!
If you’re a busy person who loves eggs and easy-to-make recipes, this shakshuka recipe is the one you need. Imagine getting a pan of perfectly poached eggs in a bath of juicy tomato and vegetable stew in just 30 minutes. It’s also great to share with your loved ones!
It’s my pride to say that I had absolutely no animal product here. My original purpose was totally plant-based, which was how it actually went. There are only walnut, broccoli and carrot in the bowl. But I believe you might want to give some extra veggies and leafy greens a chance somewhat.
I don’t know about you guys, but my scrambled eggs recipe is straightforward with just eggs, fat, salt, and pepper. You might be thinking a recipe like that will make bland and boring scrambled eggs, but I beg to differ, my friends. I’ll tell you why.
You can eat them with your toasts on a busy morning. Add them into a quinoa salad. Put them into the hollow of an avocado and bake them together. Eat them with baked asparagus in olive oil. Or with french fries if you’re in need of some carbs.
You never know how ‘egg-cited’ I got when I was writing this poached eggs recipe! Poached eggs have been my favorite egg dish for such a long time because they simply taste wonderful and look absolutely stunning.