Make up a batch of this flavorful basil sauce to make pasta salad sing. Drizzle it on grilled chicken. Or spread it in a sandwich. DELICIOUS!
Our dependence on prepared foods, packaged in plastic and paperboard, is a learned habit. It didn’t happen overnight, though. It took several generations for us to shift from cooking at home almost exclusively to the ready-made versions of those same recipes. (I’m looking at you, pudding-in-a-cup!)
This collection of condiments, dips, spreads, and snack recipes to make right in your kitchen will cut your grocery bill and reduce the amount of single-use plastic that enters your home.
Cutting your dependence on these store-bought convenience items is easy! Pick one or two of my favorite condiment or snack recipes and give homemade a try.
Build a better burrito with these Instant Pot refried beans! Homemade from dried beans, they’re budget friendly and a great addition to taco night.
You can preserve this peach butter recipe for the pantry, or keep it in the fridge. It’s easy to make and tastes great on toast or ice cream.
Making pancakes from scratch is easy with this DIY homemade pancake mix – it makes a hot breakfast possible even on busy mornings.
Perfect for adding a bright flavor to baked goods & tea drinks, orange sugar is also an easy-to-make homemade gift that takes just 5 minutes!
Keeping a jar of pickled onions in the fridge means instant flavor! Add these flavorful veggies to sandwiches, top a salad, or chop them into potato salad.
Homemade mango jam brings the flavor of the tropics to your morning toast! Make up a batch and preserve it for the pantry.
These staples are the basis of inexpensive meals and excellent for emergency stores. Learn how to buy and store dried beans, legumes, and whole grains.
This sweet, tangy tomato chutney recipe is one of my favorite ways to preserve an abundant tomato crop from the vegetable garden.