One of the reasons that your grandma was a great cook is that she knew the importance of having a well-stocked pantry and how to use those budget-friendly ingredients to make breakfasts, lunches, dinners, sides and desserts. These easy, satisfying recipes primarily use the kinds of things you have on hand, such as flour, yeast, cornmeal, baking soda, spices, eggs, milk and beans and other canned goods.
If you’re looking for easy Instant Pot breakfast recipes, then look no further than this cinnamon-packed rice pudding recipe.
One of those breakfast dishes you tend to find only in the Midwest, fried mush simply requires cornmeal, water, butter and syrup for serving.
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One of the first recipes to win the Pillsbury Bake-Off, these simple no-knead water-rising twists are a great side dish to go with your breakfast.
This basic, easily customizable oats recipe can be topped with dried fruit, nut butter, honey or even some delicious fruits you have never heard of.
Fluffy, sweet waffles are one of the best things to make if you’re looking for breakfast-in-bed recipes for the loved one in your life.
If you want to make some scrumptious Cajun and Creole recipes at home, start off with this sausage and rice recipe. If you don’t have sausage, you can substitute shrimp or any other frozen meat.
Cornbread is the perfect thing to go with chili, barbecue or any other great Texas-inspired recipes. If you don’t have fresh jalapenos, substitute with some jarred peppers.
These easy peanut butter cookies use just six ingredients: sugar, baking soda, salt, eggs, peanut butter and chocolate chips. If you want to kick them up a notch, experiment with some unexpected ingredients that go great in cookies.
An impressive dessert for any occasion, this nut roll uses a yeast-based dough and is filled with a simple mixture of walnuts and sugar. If you don't have walnuts, a poppyseed mixture will also work. Before making, make sure you read up on these hacks for beginner bakers.
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