These chewy dried bananas are a great healthy snack and dehydrating bananas couldn’t be easier. These chewy dehydrated banana chips are a winner!
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.
This cheese cracker recipe is easy to make at home & replicates those famous-brand cheez crackers people love. (Regular flour option, too.)
No cooking required! Just buzz up the ingredients in a food processor and you’re ready to serve this delicious cilantro sauce with tacos!
Homemade Creme de Cacao liqueur is great for gift giving, but be sure to make an extra bottle for you! It makes happy hour happy.
This pizza sauce recipe from fresh tomatoes utilizes your garden crop. Flavored with herbs and spices, it will make your homemade pizza just that much better.
Preserve the flavor of summertime berries in a jar! This homemade strawberry jam recipe is easy for beginners, sweetened with honey, and delicious!
Save a bundle and make your own homemade mayonnaise recipe! It’s a great knock-off of your favorite store brand. (With less packaging and no GMOs!)
Canning dried beans at home makes them ready to use for fast weeknight dinners. It’s a budget-friendly way to stock the pantry!
This pesto is a fabulous way to use radish greens from the garden. Serve it over pasta, spread it on crackers, or slather it in mozzarella grilled cheese sandwiches.