This issue of Simple & Delicious features 5-ingredient breakfast recipes. Here you’ll find even more ideas for quick and easy dishes that use just 5 ingredients (excluding salt, pepper and water).
In Charlotte, North Carolina, Katie Sloan adds some canned pie filling to her Cherry Yogurt Smoothies. "This is a favorite of mine," she remarks. "I think the cherries and banana are an awesome combination."
Jalapenos add zip to this quick-to-assemble combo of roast beef and cheese from Shirley Wayne of Laguna Woods, California. "Spicy Roast Beef Sandwiches are a good hot sandwich to eat in the car or take to sporting events."
These yummy Quick Blueberry Muffins, chock-full of blueberries, are a real hit with family and friends of Amy Lou Strickland in Martinez, Georgia.
"I like to end a nice company meal with this easy make-ahead Creamy Strawberry Pie," says Dixie Terry of Marion, Illinois. The eye-catching pie has a big strawberry flavor and extra richness from ice cream.
Homemade scalloped potatoes are a must with ham. “We love all the grease taste of the rich cream sauce in Golden Scalloped Potatoes,” writes Lavonn Bormuth from Westerville, Ohio. “My mother-in law shared the well-loved recipe with me.”
A perky garlic and herb rub adds pizzazz to these juicy Italian Rubbed Pork Chops that will have everyone at the table licking their lips. "They’re special enough for company, too…and so easy to prepare," notes Kathleen Taugher of East Troy, Wisconsin.
When Valerie Holter’s husband was stationed with the Navy in Italy, she enjoyed the local cuisine. "I loved the pasta and learned to make this rich dish from frequent restaurant visits," she notes from Waveland, Mississippi. Valerie recommends preparing Creamy Ham Fettuccine with spinach fettuccine if it’s available at your supermarket.