Have leftover vegetables from a previous meal you use, or a few random veggies in your fridge? Here are 35 recipe ideas for using those veggies so they don’t go to waste! Breakfast, lunch, dinner, soups, and sides – this list has everything covered!
This cheesy breakfast quiche is loaded with delicious vegetables and bacon. The flaky, buttery crust holds up perfectly with the egg filling. It’s great way to use leftover cooked vegetables, and easy to make vegetarian without the bacon.
These cinnamon sour cream donuts are a cakey treat finished with a sweet glaze and cinnamon sugar topping. They’re easy to make with no yeast or frying required.
Brown sugar adds a twist to a classic blueberry bread, giving the edges a nice caramelized crunch. This bread is great for breakfast, brunch, or a snack. This recipe is great for using frozen blueberries. I took the blueberries right from the freezer and didn’t even thaw them. If you’re looking for more blueberry recipes,
You won’t be crabby in the morning if you start your day off with these crabby mini quiches! My mom and I always go to G&M Restaurant for crab imperial when she comes to visit. They have the best crab imperial, hands down! The portions are so generous that we always have some left over.
My boyfriend had some blueberries that needed to be used, so of course I said I’d take them to make blueberry muffins. I’m kind of addicted to these. I might even be eating one right now before bed. My boyfriend said it’s the best blueberry muffin he’s had in a long time (he’s probably a
I had a bag of granola that she was snacking on, but once I was about halfway through it was too crumbly to eat unless I ate it with milk like a cereal. I thought it would be good to make into some granola bars. The recipe in this post is one I made a
You might’ve seen these on my Instagram a while ago. The first time I made these, I had a food blogger fail and forgot to write the recipe down. Oops! I made them again a few weeks later and remembered to write the recipe down. I forgot to take pictures of them with the icing
This recipe uses the Tastefully Simple silicone bar pan. You can also use a regular muffin tin, but silicone muffin cups would be better because the ingredients won’t stick. These are great to pack in your lunchbox and reheat once you get to the office! Recipe makes about 12. Ingredients 4-6 pieces cooked bacon, crumbled
As you might be able to tell from the uneven bake on these (top half lighter than the bottom) and the weird holes in the center of each loaf, this wasn’t my finest work. Overall it tastes pretty good. The top half tastes really good! But this recipe needs some work. So what went wrong? I’m