Reading Time: 4 min Looking for an easy real food dessert? These mix-in-the-pan fruit and oat bars are easy to make, budget-friendly, and allergy-friendly! Try them with ice cream or eat them for breakfast the next day – if there are any left, of course.
Reading Time: 8 min If you need an easy, delicious recipe for your sourdough discard, or you just want to make something for breakfast with your sourdough starter, try these sheet pan pancakes!
Reading Time: 6 min A 1-bowl affair you can make with any leftover orange squash (sweet potato, pumpkin, or butternut!). Healthy enough for breakfast and sweet enough for dessert! Only 5-10 minutes to get into the oven.
Reading Time: 7 min A delicious, budget-friendly, allergy-free breakfast that you can make-ahead and use what you have on hand! Real food and simple to make.
Reading Time: 2 min Fall is the perfect time to make warm, comforting breakfasts. But on school mornings, hot breakfasts are hard to swing! Oatmeal in the Instant Pot is one of the easiest fixes. With the Delay Start option, set your oatmeal up the night before, and by the time you wake up, a warm breakfast is ready.
Reading Time: 2 min Instant Pot yogurt is the simplest, least-fussy way I know how to make homemade yogurt. Learn how with this video tutorial, recipe, step-by-step photos, and tips!
Reading Time: 7 min This simple tart recipe is a perfect budget-friendly real food dessert – made with minimal sugar, loaded with fruit, whole grains, and topped with lightly sweetened yogurt and fresh mint.
Reading Time: 5 min Berry Whip is a refreshing, high-protein alternative to store-bought frozen desserts that is budget-friendly, takes minimal effort, and only uses 3 ingredients.