More About CVEEKS
Visit My SparkPage
Send Me SparkMail
Recipes I've Shared:
Quick, cheap, and serves a crowd. Use whole wheat pasta to make it more filling. I basically threw the remains of a lasagna adventure in a pan and voila!
Made with real eggs, this is a nice brunch item, or dinner.
Borrowed and modified from a recipe I found online.
Serve with a salad.
Instead of corned beef and cabbage, try this slow cooker meal on St. Partrick's Day! Adapted from Fresh From the Vegetarian Slow Cooker by Robin Robertson
Or as I call it, fridge dump soup. This is me, emptying my vegetable drawer during the DC Snowacolypse of 2010. The result, a very yummy, herby, minestrone based soup.
I loved the pizza bake idea from the Bisquick Smart Start box, but there is a problem.... I'm vegetarian.... no chicken for me!
So, I made some adjustments, doubled it, added some things, and it turned out very well. I made it for three, with a salad, very satisfying, and kept my non-veg boyfriend rather happy. If you're a big eater, then make it for 2.
My mom made these growing up, when we had barbecue... an odd combination, but it was awesome! Adjust spice to personal levels
This recipe is designed for a 4 to 6 quart slow cooker, but can be adapted for the stove. Adapted and changed from Fresh From the Vegetarian Slow Cooker by Robin Robertson.
A mustard sauce great for anything, from vegetables, potatoes, meat, chicken, vegetarian mains... almost anything!
A great pot luck dish with a LOT of Old Bay for that great Maryland summer flavor.
A great roadtrip or camping snack, high in protein, low in fat, absolutly awesome and super easy! Tastes cheesy, but without the crazyness
A rich, and healthy curry that will tickle your taste buds. Very inexpensive to make. Completely vegan, so it pleases everyone! A little high in fat, so watch it for the rest of the day if you want to eat this. Very tasty!
NOTE: To reduce fat content, use lite coconut milk , or lower coconut milk amount, and don't drain the tomatoes, or add veggie broth and a little cornstarch.