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: 5 min This fast, easy dinner costs around $4 and feeds 4-6 people. It’s flavorful, filling, a little spicy, and you probably have most of the ingredients in your cupboards!
Reading Time: 6 min Need a hearty, flavorful, meatless dinner? Lentil Shepherds Pie is simple to make (one hour start to finish!), made with real food, and you can make it vegan or add some meat and use the lentils to stretch it!
Reading Time: 5 min High in protein, fiber, and flavor, dessert hummus features whole, simple ingredients and real food. It’s gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, vegan, naturally-sweetened, and sun butter makes it nut-free. Oh, and it takes about 5 minutes to toss into the food processor and blend.
Reading Time: 7 min Is homemade salad dressing worth the fuss? Our 4 favorite recipes – simple, flavorful, made with clean ingredients, and how we use them to save money and eat healthy.
Reading Time: 3 min Need brownies but don’t have eggs? These gooey, fudgy, homemade brownies contain no weird ingredients, but they’re perfect for egg-allergies and budget-friendly baking.
Reading Time: 5 min Here’s a real food, budget-friendly, seasonal coffee you can make at home! The ingredients are simple (you probably already have them), and the method is easy and fun.
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.