Here’s another easy-peasy recipe that I always serve for dinner when our pantry is empty and we can’t squeeze in a trip to the grocery. It’s a good thing I always have tuna and pasta tucked in the cupboard and some home-made pesto stored in the freezer for days like this. This recipe serves all 4 of us (the little one doesn’t care for it) and enough left over for the boys’ packed lunch to school the next day. Do you have 10 minutes? Here we go! Continue reading
To those who tried this recipe, or are planning to, hold your horses and listen up!
I made some adjustments to this recipe because, while the previous one I posted was as yummy as can be, I thought the sauce was a bit too wet for my liking. So I checked how Inday made it again and took some notes. Please click HERE and check out the improved recipe. Enjoy!
I made some improvements on this recipe because, while it was as yummy as can be, I found the sauce a little too wet. When I checked again how Inday does it, I made a few notes, and decided to adjust the recipe and post the improved version. Here it is! Continue reading
The Oatmeal Cookie is one of the most ordinary cookie there is, but it is well-loved. I love it’s rough chewy texture, the wholesome nutty flavor of oats combined with the earthy sweetness of brown sugar. It’s great with a cup of coffee or milk, an easy grab and go snack, even an effective alternative to a power bar. The best part is, oatmeal fights bad cholesterol (see, I told you!). Never have I baked some and did not get major cheers. This humble looking cookie is just filled with so much goodness and love.