It’s time for round two of pantry food recipes! We hope that you tried some of the dishes from our first post. As time has gone on during quarantines and social distancing, we find ourselves going out less for fresh produce because, well, Coronavirus is everywhere it seems, and we really only want to go out for essentials. So as our fresh fruits and veggies are dwindling, we find ourselves digging into our pantry and freezer a lot more now. Besides, we stocked up on pantry and frozen items in the very event that we would need to use them.
Start your day with something hearty or eat this as an afternoon pick me up. This recipe contains only four ingredients and is quick and easy to make.
Still got a lot of oatmeal? Whip up this buttery, delicious treat. This cookie tastes great on its own or crumbled over ice cream.
This is a great time to use up those lentils you’ve forgotten about in your cabinet. It’s hearty and uses lots of different spices for something flavorful and hearty.
We say skip any fresh veggies and just use whatever frozen ones your have in your freezer. It will still taste delicious and you can get in some vitamins and fiber.
While this recipe is tasty as is, we also like the idea of throwing in some broccoli for extra nutrition. It’s a great dish for all ages. Vegetarians can also sub the ground beef with vegan crumbles.
Crushed tomatoes are always in our pantry arsenal because they are so versatile. When you want something cozy and warm, simple tomato soup is a great way to go.
A very filling dish for the family, this tuna mac and cheese bake tastes great heated up as leftovers for lunch the next day as well.