You know that moment when you’re baking cookies and you have to stop yourself from eating all of the dough before none of it ends up actually going into the oven? Same, which is why we all need a good recipe for edible cookie dough. Continue reading “Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough”
Mac and cheese is the ultimate comfort food. If you have an oven then you absolutely need to make this. Your friends will also love you (if you are nice enough to share). You can also consider freezing this in portions that are quick and easy to heat up when you’re in the mood for something cheesy. Continue reading “Best Ever Mac and Cheese”
So it’s your friends birthday and you want to make them something special, but you also don’t have enough room in your mini-fridge to keep eggs and milk or you have friends with dietary restriction. This completely vegan chocolate cake is perfect for these situations. Boxed cakes are usually boring and this allows for some customization and the taste of a cake made completely from scratch.
Mug cakes are the ultimate dorm hack when you need dessert but you don’t actually have an oven. It might not seem necessary to keep all of your baking basics in your dorm room, but you never know when you might have the chance to use the community kitchen and do some real baking. The best part about this recipe is that you can mix things up with different toppings or by adding things like chocolate chips and nuts to the batter! Continue reading “Chocolate Mug Cake”
One of the most important parts of cooking, when you’re in college, is to make food that is versatile and that will last for a few meals. I took this recipe from my mom. She always makes it for holidays and family get-togethers. Now, I make it as an easy way to feed myself for a week.
Continue reading “Mom’s Spanish Rice”
It’s the fall season and everyone knows what that means. Apple picking and farmers markets! For this recipe, I went to a local orchard for an event with others from my college and got myself a bunch of amazing apples (I used a pound of Granny Smith with the rest being a combination of Macintosh and Cortland) for only $1 per pound. This was a great way of saving money considering a small bag of apples can cost $4 or more at the grocery store. Continue reading “Crockpot Apple Butter”