Savory, creamy and oh so good, this vegetable lasagna is a great way to please everyone in the house. This is also one of those dishes that can be a great clean-up recipe, as in “let’s look in the crisper drawer and see what we need to use before it goes bad.”
Three ingredients. That’s it. Potatoes, flour and salt. Once you get a taste for homemade gnocchi, there’s no going back to the store-bought, gummy varieties.
This incredibly simple vegan maple brown sugar oatmeal may just be the only oatmeal recipe you’ll ever need! This oatmeal is the perfect warm and filling breakfast.
Give your breakfast a kick of extra protein and jumpstart your day with a stack of (kid-friendly) pancakes. If you’ve never made homemade pancakes before, just a few pointers to keep in mind: Don’t overmix the batter, let the batter and resist the temptation to flip the pancake early. Ideally, you should only flip the pancake once to help it retain its fluffiness.
Add some sauteed veggies to plain tomato sauce for extra color, texture and nutrients. This recipe is packed with flavor — even more if you use homemade tomato sauce — and does a great job elevating a weeknight dinner staple.
Rich, easy and simple, this tomato sauce can go on pasta as-is, blended up to make a smoother marinara/pizza sauce or dressed up with extras for a veg lover’s dream dish.