Does your meal plan need a little help? Are you making the same dishes every week and need something new? Problem solved! Learn how to make the easiest ever ratatouille, 50+ delicious zucchini recipes, and homemade garlic dill pickles. Plus, learn how simple it is to make your own healthy cashew butter and kefir.
Ratatouille is a traditional French peasant stew. You’ll love its versatility. Serve it over pasta, couscous, or other grain, or simply eat it on its own. Try flavoring with herbs or with a good parmesan cheese.
Cook time for this recipe is about 15 minutes and includes zucchini, peppers, onion, eggplant, tomatoes, basil, and spinach or Swiss chard.
50+ Delicious Zucchini Recipes
Zucchini is a deliciously versatile vegetable. If you’re just using it as a simple side dish, you’re really missing out! You can use Zucchini as the main ingredient in everything from soup to brownies.
Here are some of my favorites from Healthy Green Savvy’s list of over 50 Zucchini Recipes.
Dehydrated zucchini chips make a crunchy, no-guilt snack.
If you’ve never tried Zucchini Noodles (Zoodles), then it’s time to see what you’ve been missing. Here are six great ways to enjoy Zoodles. It’s a great way to get extra vegetables.
How to Make Garlic Dill Pickles
It’s actually pretty simple to make your own pickles. If you love garlic and dill, then you’ll love these Garlic Dill Pickles. This recipe from Good Mama Gracie calls for just a few simple ingredients. You can make whole pickles or sliced. You choose!
Combine the ingredients into a mason jar and after six days, you’ll have delicious pickles that will keep in the fridge up to three months.
How to Make Cashew Butter
Cashew Butter makes a great replacement for peanut butter. You’ll be surprised to learn how simple it is to make your own Cashew Butter. Check out Whole Natural Life’s recipe with good step-by-step instructions. All you need is a food processor and a lot of cashews–no oil required.
How to Make Kefir
Kefir is a fermented dairy product like yogurt but with a thinner consistency. You make Kefir using Kefir grains which are colonies of yeast and bacteria that feed on lactose, creating a fermented drink that’s great for your body.
Now you’ve got so many new recipes to try. Which one will you try first?