Bucatini is a pasta, it is a bit like a pasta straw in that it is thicker than most spaghetti and is hollow down the middle like a straw. Consequently, it is satisfyingly chewy and also holds a lot of the sauce!
Trying to provide sweet and yet healthy treats is a constant struggle for parents (and even non-parents). These cookies are healthy and sweet and it is up to you how you decorate them for whichever holiday or special event you wish to make them for. 🙂 Added plus, these are wheat-free!
What if I told you that you don’t need fancy equipment to make delicious pasta. And further that you can do it with only two ingredients – AND it will be totally vegan!? Well I’m telling you now! And this is a great way to use your pumpkin after it is done decorating your table! It can decorate your plates as a fabulous meal.
Here’s the recipe: https://wholefully.com/two-ingredient-fresh-pumpkin-pasta/
After cutting fresh pasta, you can cook it immediately or refrigerate it. If not cooking pasta noodles right away, let them dry on a baking sheet for 1 to 2 minutes, dust well with flour so the strands will not stick together, and loosely fold them or form into small nests. Let dry for about 30 minutes more, then wrap and refrigerate for up to 2 days. The pasta may be frozen for up to 2 weeks.
I am a big fan of risotto, and especially in the fall, when I generally make butternut squash and chardonnay risotto, so yummy and creamy. But this recipe for Pumpkin Risotto with goat cheese and dried cranberries may just become my favorite.
Okay, eating less meat is good for you. the environment, the fresh water availability, and good for your budget. What’s not to like?
Here are some ideas for Meatless lunches (for those of you who pack your lunch), enjoy:
These 14 recipes are for those who are not “at home in the kitchen” – if you feel your cooking skills are barely adequate – then these are good recipes for you to try. Nothing fancy, no special techniques, just straight out food that tastes great and is good for you!
School, like the rest of adult-hood requires some budgeting, and often students scrimp on the food budget to be able to afford books etc. Here are ten easy and CHEAP recipes that are also healthy – so you can focus on what you are trying to learn. While two of the recipes include meat (chicken and tuna respectively) – you can easily substitute a vegetarian protein instead.