If you’re like me, then you struggle with buying a whole bag of flour, or sugar, or really any bag of baking supplies because you don’t know how you would use the leftovers.
I spent this past year abroad in Switzerland and although I had a kitchen and a couple kitchen necessities, I never bought baking supplies because I didn’t want to waste groceries or money (I would have rather spent it on traveling).
With that being said, I did figure out how to make some pretty good flourless banana muffinsand became an expert at making fried eggs and oatmeal.
Sometimes cooking the same thing every week becomes boring and too routine. It doesn’t matter if you’re an expert baker, boxed mix fanatic or someone who has never touched a whisk before you can bake.
Here a collection of fail-proof baking recipes that you should definitely try out.
A simple recipefor those mornings when you want to go to IHOP but can’t get out of bed. It beats cereal by a mile but only takes a few minutes longer, so hop on it.
The easiest way to take plain ol’ Rice Krispies to the adult level. Because honestly, you know Rice Krispies should be left in their flashy blue packages.
When you feel like becoming an elite baker with onlytwo ingredients. This is actually impossible to screw up, don’t worry.
Too good to only be eaten in the fall. Recipe here. This is the inspiration you need to go full grandma in the best way possible.
Sometimes we need a little more than just a glass of milk and Oreos.
Make it like thisand reap the benefits of an incredible dessert without the risk of burning.
You can pretend you’re Willy Wonka with this Oreo-packed fudge. Plus, it’s three ingredients you likely already have in your fridge. You’re welcome, Cookie Monster.
One mug, no mess, tons of flavor. Who doesn’t have 4 minutes, really?
The best way to use store-bought cookie dough is to transform it into something even better.
Make plain muffins, or add your favorite berries to the mix for a warm, fruity muffin.
Now you can make and eat doughnuts within 10 minutes, without the guilt. Sorry Krispy Kreme.
For when you don’t feel like just making regular Crescent Rolls, and you want to impress whoever’s eating ’em with you.
Trust me, these bites aren’t just for fall. Try them with vanilla ice cream for an extra touch.
This is a recipe to add to your Nutella Pinterest board.
Skip the avocado mousse and try this ricotta version.
This recipe will definitely make you feel like a real chocolatier.
For the times when you can’t just eat another spoonful of cookie butter straight from the jar.
Because sometimes we need to satisfy our campfire cravings dorm room style.