Great for college students cooking out of a microwave in a dorm or cravings for a quick bite of home-baked sweetness to bridge between meals, mug baking is worth playing with.
Microwaves get a bad rap for cooking, but with tasks like baking potatoes, they’re brilliant. A microwave can save you time and produce a potato that’s just as hot and fluffy as the oven. Topped with sour cream and your choice of frozen veggies, this fresh take on baked potatoes is worth a try.
A great way to start your autumn day. If you enjoy steel cut oats but never have the time, try swapping the rolled oats for steel cut and make this spicy fall recipe in a slow cooker to wake up to a memorable smell.
Sun-dried tomatoes, basil, and tangy capers are a great alternative to traditional baked potato condiments like sour cream. For the best nutritional value, choose the dry sun-dried tomatoes rather than those packed in oil. Tip: Cooking potatoes in the microwave is fast and easy. For the best texture, be sure to use 50% power.
A great way to start your day. You’ll love it for the nutrition, your kids will love the taste! The dates sweeten the oatmeal so you won’t need any added sugar.
Enjoy these apples any time of day, warm or cold. Use whatever dried fruit you have on hand and, for that matter, whatever berries (fresh or frozen) you have as well. For a special occasion, a little sprinkle of granola or dollop of ice cream will make this a “sometimes” food that still brings a […]