Sometimes you just need a crunchy, crispy potato chip to solve all your problems. What could be better than that, you may ask? Well, I would argue that homemade crispy chips are more satisfying than store-bought chips. If you are in agreement, then boy do I have a recipe for you!
First, I want to apologize for my blog lately. I haven’t been able to post a new recipe in a while, which I feel extremely bad for. However, I have a recipe this week that I just have to share with you. This recipe will make up for the lack of activity on my blog lately, I promise. If you are looking for a delicious recipe to try, I have one for you.
Some recipes are so easy to make, you may wonder why you never have before. I’ve posted a few recipes on here that only require a handful of ingredients. I never even thought about making some of these recipes until I stumbled upon them. This post features another easy recipe. This one contains a few ingredients, most of which you probably have in your pantry. However, it requires only three steps and a crock pot. I’m not lying; only three steps separate you from a delicious side dish!
There are some comfort foods that are slightly more difficult to have as a vegetarian. Growing up, we used to have chicken pot pies all the time. Buttery, flaky crusts with warm, delicious filling? Yes please. However, since becoming a vegetarian almost ten years ago, I can count the amount of times I’ve had a vegetarian-friendly pot pie on one hand. It’s just one of those foods that I miss having. So, for Soup Sunday, I decided to make a pot pie soup.
A few weeks ago Samuel and I were watching a food show, big surprise as I love food shows. Well, this time the feature of the show was empanadas. I’ll preface this post by saying I’ve never made empanadas before. After watching the show, it was kindly suggested I try to make empanadas sometime soon. So I did some research on empanandas.
So, this post won’t really have a true recipe at the end. The reason for this is because you can totally customize this dish to fit your wants. I love recipes like this because as a picky eater, I often have to adapt recipes to my tastes anyway. Breakfast foods are one of the easiest to manipulate to your own tastes. I happen to love brinner (breakfast for dinner), so this dish came along at dinner time in my house.
This post fits well in my unintended series of oven fried foods. I didn’t know I would have so many posts about oven fried foods, but here I am. Only this time, I’ve been making this recipe for a few years. This is one of the cheapest and easiest side dishes to create. It is also low calorie and very filling. These oven fries are a cherished recipe of mine, and I would love to share!
If you’ve read some previous posts, you may think I’m an innovative thinker in the kitchen, way ahead of my time with culinary exploration. Or you think I’m weird. I have tried some interesting recipes, and they came out so delicious (see Chocolate Silken Mousse and Caramel Cheetos). So, I’ve made another interesting recipe this week. It may scare you because it’s a bit out there, but it’s one of the most delicious cookies I have ever had.
Sundays are typically my lazy day. This is one of the reasons I chose to do Soup Sundays on Sundays. I don’t have to typically invest a lot of time into soups, which makes them perfect for Sundays. I also love Soup Sunday because soups tend to be lower in calorie, so they are perfect for “rest days.” There are a few soups I keep on regular rotation. This happens to be one of those soups.
I am a potato chip fiend. I love almost all potato chips (sorry sweet potato chips, we can’t be friends). There is something magical about a crunchy, salty chip. Recently, I have been eating only baked potato chips. They are lower in calories, and they still taste really yummy. I decided I wanted to try my hand at making my own salty, baked potato chips. Turns out, making your own potato chips is incredibly easy, and the chips come out delicious!