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The baked good: Turn these bran muffins into quick bread by increasing the total bake time to 45–60 minutes, and decreasing the oven temperature to 350°F (175°C). Or, consider using applesauce as a topping, like in these vegan banana muffins with almond-apple spread. We’ve picked 10 of the most common pantry staples as your starting point and provided recipes and suggestions for how to transform each into a quick and comforting meal. But you should also feel free to riff on any of these suggestions; every recipe is flexible and highly adaptable for whatever you have on hand, so definitely don’t fret if you don’t have all the ingredients on hand. Throwing together a quick, nutritious meal requires a well-stocked kitchen.

However, many healthy foods are highly perishable and must be used within a few days, causing many home cooks to burn through their food stores quickly. Still, you can keep a number of healthy, long-lasting staples in your pantry, freezer, and fridge and use them. 9 Ways to Turn Pantry Staples Into Healthy Baked Treats. by Sarah Schlichter, RD May 26, 2020.

Baking has proven to be a great way to pass this quarantine time, and baked goods also work well as “thank you” or “thinking of you” gifts for close friends, family and neighbors. While it. These heart-healthy recipes make the most of pantry staples. Feel free to swap out ingredients with the grains or vegetables you have on hand, any combination will be delicious! These recipes meet the American Heart Association’s guide for low sodium and reduced saturated fat, so you easily eat for a healthy heart.

Recipes like Chickpea Potato Curry and Peanut Butter Energy Balls are tasty. As people all over the world stock up on pantry staples and other household items in anticipation of staying home, we’ve put together a list of our favorite recipes that make use of these essentials. Think canned beans and tomatoes, rolled oats, dried and frozen fruit, rice and grains, nuts, and canned fish. For breakfast make two iterations of oatmeal, No-Cook Overnight Oats and Baked Oatmeal. In order to help you experience those benefits for yourself, today I’m sharing 10 common pantry staples that you can easily replicate at home.

Whether you make them all or try out one or two, I’m sure you’ll love these homemade versions of store-bought staples as much as I do!:-) 10 Pantry Staples You Can Easily Make At Home 1. Brown Sugar. Of all our favorite pantry staples, the humble can of tuna is probably the most overlooked. We all know it is easy to make a tuna salad sandwich, but that’s far from the only canned tuna recipe out there. Tuna fish is inexpensive and versatile, and there are many ways to turn it into. Personally, I always turn to chocolate chip cookies — I always have chocolate chips in the cupboard, so hot cookies are only 20 minutes away.

When desperation hits, pantry and fridge staples like chocolate chips, oats, cream cheese, and even frozen bananas can be a total life saver. Consider stocking up on these shelf-stable meals, staple ingredients, and easy snacks in the event of an emergency (or, say, a quarantine).

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Most of these recipes are a snap to prepare and include everyday ingredients you probably already have in your fridge and pantry.

“From Junk Food to Joy Food: All the Foods You Love to Eat......Only Better” by Joy Bauer
from From Junk Food to Joy Food: All the Foods You Love to Eat……Only Better
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With that said, to get you on your way to stocking your own clean-eating pantry and fridge, I’ve included lists of the staples that I use most often and that you will find yourself reaching for when making these recipes.

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by Alexis Kornblum
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

Ordinary pantry staples would like to show you just what they can achieve without any additional fancy ingredients muscling their way in.

“The Heart of the Plate: Vegetarian Recipes for a New Generation” by Mollie Katzen
from The Heart of the Plate: Vegetarian Recipes for a New Generation
by Mollie Katzen
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013

This list includes both your staples and your ingredients for the recipes on our seven-day sample schedule (see page 250 for two people).

“You: On A Diet: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management” by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet C. Oz
from You: On A Diet: The Owner’s Manual for Waist Management
by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet C. Oz
Simon & Schuster, 2006

Supermarket staples—puff pastry and fruit jams—are transformed into delicate treats that require very little effort to make.

“Bon Appetit Desserts: The Cookbook for All Things Sweet and Wonderful” by Barbara Fairchild
from Bon Appetit Desserts: The Cookbook for All Things Sweet and Wonderful
by Barbara Fairchild
Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLC, 2010

Refrigerated and Frozen Food Tips Baked Products: Cool completely, then wrap tightly for storage.

“Betty Crocker Cookbook, 11th Edition: 1500 Recipes for the Way You Cook Today” by Betty Crocker
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by Betty Crocker
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Add nutty, buttery oats to make easy no-cook treats and you’ve got a surefire winner.

“The Complete Cooking for Two Cookbook: 650 Recipes for Everything You'll Ever Want to Make” by America's Test Kitchen
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by America’s Test Kitchen
America’s Test Kitchen, 2014

Put on the menu in 2008 in that season of corporate discontent, as a healthy breakfast alternative to chocolate chip muffins and blueberry scones, the hot cereal came in a throwaway paper bowl with a plastic spoon wrapped in plastic, plastic packs of raisins and granola, and a paper pack of brown sugar.

“Everything but the Coffee: Learning about America from Starbucks” by Bryant Simon
from Everything but the Coffee: Learning about America from Starbucks
by Bryant Simon
University of California Press, 2009

This list includes both your staples and your ingredients for the recipes on our seven-day sample schedule (see page 275) for two people.

“YOU: On A Diet Revised Edition: The Owner's Manual for Waist Management” by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet Oz
from YOU: On A Diet Revised Edition: The Owner’s Manual for Waist Management
by Michael F. Roizen, Mehmet Oz
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Or put them on crêpes (you can find a recipe in Chapter 10) or corn tortillas — you can roll the filling into a wrap and then eat the whole thing as a tasty picnic snack or slice it into stylish roll-ups.

“Living Gluten-Free For Dummies” by Danna Korn
from Living Gluten-Free For Dummies
by Danna Korn
Wiley, 2011

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  • I love your recipes and also how you also give a meat free option in recipes where you have meat dishes.Also,thjank you for using sustainable tuna and recommending this to others.

  • In Germany we are supposed to own
    Pantry food for 10 days in case of an emergency I wouldn’t know what to cook with it hopefully there wont be an emergency but I‘d do these food:)

  • Can you make a series where you use one ingredient in many recipes? I loved your chickpea rice dish and would love to have a video dedicated to lots of chickpea recipes!!

  • I LOVED watching this video… there’s NOTHING as good as a day spent reorganising your pantry/kitchen. Anyway.. I just really wanted to pass onto you some info about Norwex cloths… I’m not a consultant or anything… so this is NOT a sales pitch… but I use them and LOVE them. I only though of it when I saw you using the paper towels to clean the shelves, and I know that you really care about making good choices for the environment. They have silver in their cloths, so they are antibacterial… and basically I just LOVE them. I also use their body cloths, but hey, that’s another story all together. So, they’re called ‘Envirocloths’. Check it out. xx

  • Hi! Your recipes must be sent from above! So many years I couldn’t enjoy food because I didn’t know spices, herbs and how to cook delicious food. Then your recipes and some other youtubers’ recipes changed everything and I am so thankful for this experience!:)

  • WOW that was an awesome vlog. Thanks a lot. Yr food looked so fresh n yummy, n healthy. I like to spread an ��on bread, add a sliced tomato ��,n salt n pepper. An a good truffle vinegar n olive oil on top n yummy meal.

  • i don’t know why she never eats her recipes at the end. would let us know what it tastes like. gonna go back to laura vitale, least she does it every time. no wonder she has 1 million subscribers. I give up on this one.

  • I just finished watching this video and now I’m pulling apart my whole kitchen to re-organise…it’s 7pm! lol
    There’s no better time than now ��������

  • Here’s another one: buy chocolate Melt it. Freeze it. Then cover it with 24k gold leaves+ sprinkles and dip it into some other fancy stuffs. Voila! Now you have an “ extra classical cremé de la sprinkles de chocolte mousse extravagant”

  • I need to save these for those days I’m trying to stretch food until grocery shopping day. I always have beans, rice, and tomato sauce stocked up in my fridge! Love these recipes!

  • My mom always had cans of tomato sauce so every time I go grocery shopping I ALWAYS buy 4-5 small cans and now my pantry is filled lol but helps for those days I don’t want to stop by the store.

  • I was so excited to move out because of your channel but theres two very picky eaters in my apartment so I almost never have the opportunity to try anything but still find your videos so well done and your voice is so calming! ��

  • Right before I watched your video I was in the same exact situation. I came home, was hungry and all I had was cooked quinoa, tomatoes and feta and some frozen vegetables. and that was my dinner, a stir fry dish. and I loved it! I love cooking! I love how you can make things up and have a wonderful dish. Love your videos!

  • Danny, thank you for your channel, like the information you provided. I would recommend you speak in slower tone, this will encourage people with English as second language to enjoy your videos ��

  • Midnight pasta: shallow boil some spaghetti, sweat some garlic and red pepper flakes in olive oil (throw in a little anchovy paste or some tinned tomatoes or not whatever). When the pasta is almost done dump some of the pasta water into the pan with the oil when that comes to a simmer add the pasta and toss. Add some parm, or notwhatever. Best post-drinking carbs ever.

  • Does anyone have any suggestions for any chickpea/pea alternatives that doesn’t involve nuts? Got allergies to those and I’d still like some protein but can’t think of anything else other than meat ��. I guess just beans?

  • Lol ‘I’m a mum now’ LOVE it ���� trust me there’s a lot of things about to get a lot less aesthetic once bubba comes �� but it won’t matter because you’ll have the sweetest baby bear to show for it ����

  • This is really random and has nothing at all to do with this video but I just burned what part of tiddy I have on a hot bowl with mac & cheese in it.

  • Yes troom troom, teach children how to get suspended or expelled in school. Not even one single just for entertainment warning signs in any of there videos.

  • You could also keep chopped bell peppers in the freezer for dishes like the soup I buy a bunch of them when they go on sale in the summer, chop them all up, then package them into 1-cup portions and freeze. They’re great in any dish where you’d cook up a diced pepper. This also works for other veggies, like celery!

  • Does anyone do this?
    You are hungry and see a tasty video
    10mins into to watching you decide to try and make it
    2 mins in the cooking: starting to regret the choice of cooking
    Literally 2 seconds later: burns the whole city down

  • hi i would like to ask about diced tomato and tomato sauce do you made them or you just buy it if you do could you please say how?

  • Thank you for this video, I was trying to figure out what to make for dinner and I got a notification about this video! I’ll be trying my hand at the Tuna Fusilli tonight. Thank you again:)

  • I love your videos, and style of cooking so so much! Recently I have been cooking again, and trying your recipes day by day with the children. Please, go on with pantry staples!:-)

  • So I tried the oreo ones and idk if it was the brand of cake I used or maybe cause I used too many oreos but it was soooooo sweet like deadass sugar…. I feel like if you use yellow cake instead of vanilla it might taste less sweet but for the most part it was way too much for me

  • Hi, just started NOOM so this is great info. Please please stop buying single serve yogurt cups. We need to stop the plastic trash wherever we can.. I know it is really hard to do but we should always try..Buy the biggest size and serve from there.:)

  • I made Neapolitan cake mix cookies, all with chocolate chips. You know, some with chocolate cake mix, some with vanilla, and some with strawberry.

  • Have you tried dates stuffed with walnut and drizzled with some tahini?! Delicious with some tea! ��A middle eastern snack or dessert.

  • Love your videos… I’m at the end of my WW journey.. I’ve lost 73lbs. and looking for good, nutritious food that I can eat! Love all of the foods on your video!

  • A tip on nut butters. I find it’s way too difficult to stir in the oil thats sitting on the top of the jar. I pour all the contents out in a bigger bowl (glass or plastic) and stir in well. Could take up to 20 min. stirring to get the texture smooth and uniform. Place a lid on the bowl and place in the fridge. If you find the nut butter is getting solidified again, place it on the counter for a couple hours and it will get soft and spreadable again.

  • Sarah! I’ve related to your videos more than anyone ever before. Can you give an update on if your hormone levels are normal an how long it took you with the natural supplements! Thanks!

  • Thanks Dani for the great video, wat I always have is avocados power greens organic eggs, Greek yogurt,berries,nuts,and coconut milk

  • I add dates to the spinach, frozen banana and peanut butter smoothie makes it taste like caramel.  Sooo good. Great ideas here, thanx

  • everyone else: “what the heck is purple yam?” or “Im fillipino, laughs amatures”

    Me: My mom doesnt let me have whipped cream when she buys it, its for her lifeline, coffee.

  • I don’t know why I tried the purple yam one, but I did and IT IS SO DISGUSTING I did that thing when you nearly throw up but dont, but ye, never try it ( also it took me ages to find the yam and it was like £10 for one, so it was also a waste of money)

  • I’m a new fan & I love your channel. I think you have an obsession with peanut butter�� lol
    Just about all your staples I do have in my kitchen. I’ve never made oatmeal with egg whites thou. I’ll def give it a try. I believe I’ve tagged you on IG after I made your oatmeal muffins. Yum ��

  • Wow.. Just a breathe of fresh air. I love your videos..Your little girl is so pretty.. Thank you so much it had given me so many ideas and how to grocery shop. I’m on a serious weight lose journey. God Bless.��

  • i am so happy i discovered your channel!!! i love everything you suggest! when there are so many natural sweet options, why would one turn to store bought sugar bomb empty c***p! not me!!!! thank you for helping me on my journey❤️

  • I get so excited everytime you put out a new video..you have encouraged me to take a real look at what I have on hand in my own Kitchen and have started with small steps to begin to create our own clean and delicious lifestyle for myself and husband..Thank you!! You are amazing!!

  • Hi (to all my 100% loyal family) (dad only)

    Ummm so I guess this is therapy sessions cont.
    (kind of like when I talked with the Australian each time at night before)
    (Well actually, back then. Which was last year. Really though, each time every night when we were about to talk (about the MBTI/enneagram) I actually didn’t even have a clue of what to talk about.
    (The whole point was pretty much just a “therapy session” and I just made up stuff to talk about along the way)
    (Such as “how was your day?” Lol, and stuff of that sorts and that would lead to other subjects.)

    Ok but anyhow.
    (I’m eating fruits, so just take some time to process)
    Ok so I was thinking about
    But anyhow. The “main topic” was about “before everything started” which can be “translated to”
    (As soon as I dropped out of highschool in around 2013) (mid junior year)
    (and a little bit information on during highschool)

    So yeah……. I guess (I said this before I think but)
    “I never really experienced highschool”
    since much of it was just……..
    freshmen year but “pretty cool” but everything went downhill when well about
    “the girl that I liked and etc………”
    (That was in the first semester of sophomore year)
    (And I already explained why she didn’t say yes, but in terms of looks I’m the best there is was and ever will be) (real life)

    Well like I said, “freshmen year was ok” and there were a lot of “potential” for growth “as in social friend and etc but I mean this in like “a few meaningful relationships” I’m Sp\Sx anyways so I’m not social. (But back the i always kept trying to be
    (because I ALWAYS wanted to fit in with others, I wanted to have a lot of friends, and be liked and etc…….and but I was always “awkward”
    (Well not exactly awkward, it’s just that like I said. I’m an Sp dominate 8 and, I find “small talk” to be non sense and so I just
    “never felt the need to speak more than I have to” and that’s why I always ended up with being “acquaintances” with people even the ones that really liked me. Because all my friendships “get stuck” in the “Acquaintances stage” and it just never gets any better. Well because liked I said
    “I don’t like small talk and I never felt the need to speak more than necessary”

    So for example somebody may say

    Them: “Good morning how’s your day? Did you see the football game last night?”

    Me: Nope, I don’t like football.
    End of conversation.
    (Well ofc the conversation isn’t “literally like that” because if it was, then that would be extremely weird lol. but that’s “just the idea”)

    But uhh, yeah. And like I said
    “I had a lot of potential for growth”
    (in terms of popularity with people/girls in general)
    back then I wasn’t shy at all (and actually I never was shy, never in my life)
    I was very “assertive in middle-highschool” and I always “spoke my mind” very straightforward in class.
    (even when it’s not appropriate, and the funny thing is, I “always appeared clueless about this fact” it was hilarious “in a way”)
    And then the class would laugh at the stupid questions I asked every class lol.
    Well “in terms of potential for growth” in highschool.
    The most effective route for that would have been through girls, because A LOT of girls liked me but most of them were too scared approach me or anything
    (like you know how girls well “most girls” )
    (Oh and also, speaking of how “I get girls instantly” there was this time (around 2012-2013 I think when I was in my dad’s work place in the mall in Kentucky, and one of the workers there, was a teen, and i was teen back then too. She literally “just saw me” then while I was working I heard her immediately ask the others
    “what’s his name”
    (and there’s more to that, it’s the tone of voice/expression of it that spells out the full picture)
    But yeah just an example.

    But also, I did have also have the route through a few ESFP male friends that really liked me
    (that I personally knew really well, since we lived in the same neighborhood together went on the same bus and were middle school friends)
    and had access to “potential friend groups”. But yeah……. anyhow. And so after that “incident” (with the girl that I liked) I pretty much “threw everything away” by my own choice.
    Which was a very stupid move, and I The one ESFP friend
    (That was pretty popular well “within his own group” and had access to parties and etc…. and he really liked me, well the “main reason” for this is because like I said we had
    “middle-school history, and we lived in the same neighborhood and went on the same bus”
    that I was talking about. He invited me to go see a movie
    (Well because I asked, but I only asked to go see the movie with him, it was his choice to invite the “other people”)
    along with a few of his friends and a few girls (not because of me though, it’s just a social thing) and I ditched them lol.
    I made them go see the movie and I never showed up.

    And I guess just a little “autobiography”
    (well like I said that’s how therapy sessions work I guess we’ll, for me)

    (Because the reason why I don’t ask girls out is because of something else completely, and I’ll explain that later. It’s a “4ish thing”.)

    Oh and also, yeah this part is about
    “why i don’t ask girls out” (just generally)
    Well yeah it is a 4 thing, and what I mean by this is.
    Well obviously because
    “4’s get attention from withdrawing since they are the withdrawn types”.
    And I said this before, it because I feel like
    “I’m ABOVE everyone else”
    (in terms of looks I’m the best there is was and ever will be. (Real life)
    “IF I have to make the effort to ask a girl out, then my own pride will suffer”
    (But unfortunately the social norm is that pretty much 99% of the time when a guy/girl get together for dating is when the guy asks the girl out)
    (But if it’s just sex, then female T’s 7w8’s would approach, but also of course assuming both sexes have the social instinct)
    But yeah and so about the 4’s thing.
    (And I feel like this is a REALLY IMPORTANT part)
    Because the thing is, in the enneagram book it says 4’s on average can act out/be the stereotypical traits of a 1.

    In middle school/highschool I always had this thing. And it’s like
    “something that’s holding me back from sex and other stuff” (lol)
    And it’s that “guilty feeling” of
    “consciously knowing that what I want is bad”
    And that I
    “shouldn’t want sex for the sake of sex, because that’s not the right thing to do”
    (Aka I should only have sex IF it is true love)
    (And the thing is, like I said, I never experienced love before, the incident with the girl that I liked in highschool, and so before that I always thought that “it was wrong to want sex unless I genuinely love someone”.)

    And like a perfect example of this was in highschool.

    There was this girl
    (she wasn’t really attractive or anything, she was “average” but since in terms of looks I’m the best there is was and ever will be (real life) I attract all kinds of girls.(XSFP’s)
    But anyhow she was “a friend of my friend” and she literally wrote on a sheet of paper to have sex or something and then gave it to me.
    (and I just flat out said NO well I said “nothing” but NO was the idea, it was my first instinct that it’s wrong)
    (But still, I’m not a 1 and “I actually don’t care that much about it”
    (Well it’s hard to explain really, it’s like “I want sex” but at the same time, I also have the power/urge to “restrain myself from sex”
    (and that tends to be the route I usually take)

    But I also have a lot of reasons for “not having sex” too, such as my healthy anxiety about STD’s and stuff. So I guess all of the factors added up contribute to that. Such as i’m an Sp dominate.

    (But that feeling is still there regardless, and that feeling “of wanting to be good” is NOT “just a feeling” it is REAL, because I guess it is a trait part of 4’s because 4’s turn to 1 in direction of integration)

    And also another thing that I can also resonate a lot with 1’s is.
    In the book “the wisdom of the enneagram” it said something about
    “1’s display their sense of discipline and goodness SO much that no one would dare question it.”
    And I actually think that is the unconscious body language message that I been giving out a lot of times. Because when I’m in
    “full 1 mode” i actively display this.
    (But this could also have to do with what my parents also always taught me)
    My mom always told me
    “don’t worry about a girlfriend or anything, highschool is way too early to get a girlfriend, wait till college and after and etc……..”
    And so that was an unconscious message that was always ingrained in my head. And I felt that it was “immoral/wrong to have sex too early” or anything/ stuff of that sorts.

    And I don’t know but could this also be a 6 thing?
    Because this feeling isn’t something that I “occasionally get” it’s an universal feeling that I feel ALL the time.
    Perhaps it is a 6-4 thing.
    Because it said that 6’s are loyal to ideas and 4 wants to be good.

    Anyhow ok so I should go to sleep now, but I’m going to do the therapy sessions tomorrow too.

    Hi (to all my 100% loyal family) (dad only)

    Thanks for reading!

  • Thank you for inspiring me to reorganize my pantry! There’s something about organizing things that makes me calm and happy! My boyfriend is going to be SO annoyed when I start cleaning and reorganizing the kitchen because I’m probably going to spend the rest of the day there… �� So much for cleaning the rest of the house, right? ��

  • Why put the ingredients for the first cookie and not the rest you know being the tasty channel nine times out of 10 you don’t even put the amounts of the ingredients we need to use so why even make these videos

  • Great ideas thank you:) we always keep popcorn kernels too as can make sweet popcorn or savoury types with spices,
    various kinds of rice crackers to serve with dips and cheese, frozen berries as frozen treats.

  • Hi i love u more than ur recipes������… I really want some recipe of SUSHI. Plz try to make some in ur ways. Love ur every recipes �� u r doing really great

  • Thanks, Dani. Seeing this helps me to refocus and simplify. It helps to see what and how you use these things. I live alone and tend to get in a rut and not make the best choices.
    It is so easy to get off track in eating habits especially when the stress of life hits. I may go through this video again with s pen and notebook to make a written planner. The few times of writing out a weekly menu was very helpful and healthful.
    Thanks again for the great ideas.

  • What else did they add in the first recipe *choc chips because I’m doing this recipe now and my batter isnt nearly as brown as theirs ��

  • I have almost the same staples but…as you stated, which was incredbly eye opening, we are overloaded with so much information. I overthink the things I have on hand and try to create different recipes that aren’t always healthy. Re-focusing especially since we are going to the beach for a week and tend to overeat and indulge too much! Thank you! You’re a breath of fresh air to watch! Blessings to you and your family!

  • Made easy rice skillet last night, my partner love it so much, it’s delicious and easy to make. Thanks! Looking forward to try more your recipes

  • Love all your ideas, sometimes I forget and have to write down all those yummy recipes. Enjoy your videos so much. Thank you for all those great ideas. Keep them coming. ��

  • Chocolate chip
    Strawberry and cream
    Birthday cake
    Lemon crinkle
    Peanut butter butter cap
    Red velvet white chocolate
    Cookie s and cream

  • I just found you….�� We eat Whole Food Plant Based only but I just love your recipes without the cheese, meats or chicken. Your a joy to watch! I will certainly be watching for your videos. Thanks.

  • Now I want to head to the grocery store!!! On a side note, your skin always looks so pretty. Would you ever do a video about your skin care and makeup products? Thanks for the snack ideas!:)

  • Great video. I have similar staples but also have quinoa, brown rice which I meal prep every weekend. Lots of veggies, esp baby carrots, celery, onions, Persian cucumbers, grape tomatoes, sweet potatoes and potatoes. Also canned items from TJs such as coconut milk, artichokes, no salt marinara sauce for all kinds of soups, curries and chilli recipes.

  • Everyone in the comments raging bout the purple yam
    Me:why would u even want to use it,I mean come one we all see these vids and not make em

  • Dani, I really need your help. I have been on the stevia train for quite some time. When I went yesterday to get more so I could use it for a baking recipe I decided to read the ingredient list. It seems that they have added things like erythotoyl or inulin (I don’t even know what that one is). What happened with just finding stevia packets with just stevia? Or do you know a brand I can be on the look for? Thanks for all you do on youtube land. I love all you do!

  • Oatmeal, dates, cocoa powder, eggs, olive oil, dried beans, chicken, salmon, black olives, celery. I like to keep peeled boiled eggs in the fridge.

  • I couldn’t agree more. We always have those ingredients at home. Cucumber, tomatoes and courgettes are a must as well. Incredibly versatile!

  • Tip: that oil slick at the top of the nut butter jar? Just turn the jar upside down in the fridge (lid on tight) for 24 hours. Its thoroughly mixed!��

  • I go to a farmer’s market here on the island and you should see his yolks. Now they are orange. My kids now do not want any other eggs so in off season we do not eat many eggs. His are 5$ a dozen.

  • Why gluten free? Do you suffer from Celiac Disease? I like gluten, as it contains fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. I would never give up gluten.

  • Ah! The first dish you made is basically what my family calls “Lubi” which loosely translates to “Green Beans dish” in Lebanese. We season ours with cinnamon, garlic salt, and dried mint (=


  • Great list very helpful. ��
    Would you mind sharing what is on your counter and why do you have each of those items on the counter instead of leaving them in the cabinets? Thank you.

  • The chocolate chip version taste so much better and exactly like a traditional chocolate chip cookie if you add 1 cup of brown sugar to the mix. It gives a deep rich flavor that the yellow cake mix alone is missing without it.

  • For the peanut butter cookies… what is the measurement for the adding peanut butter?? I did all except the peanut butter ones…cause I can figure out the measurement for the peanut butter…��

  • Ive made these before for snickerdoodles and they come out well, if i used 1/2 cup butter i stead of oil for the chocolate chip cookie since oils naturally come out of the chocolate would it make any difference?

  • Hi Sarah! Since you jar up almost everything anyway, please consider shopping in bulk and bringing your jars directly to the store (if there is one accessible) to avoid all that plastic packaging. Also, Would love to see your energy balls and nut mix come in a more sustainable package, like paper or cardboard.

  • These came out amazing!!!! I made cookies n cream and smores. I did change the recipe to ensure they did not taste like cake. I used only one egg, I used butter instead of oil and did not melt the butter. Just mixed it in at room temp. No one could tell I used box cake. ����������

  • Only got to watch half ( #momlife) but I love that you said ribsticker and eating nut butter off the spoon. Thanks for these great ideas.

  • worker: ”Hello, welcome to McDonalds. What can I get you?”
    me after watching tasty: ”a triple decker burger, please.”

  • I cooked this recipes a lot of times. It’s good but it takes about 30 minutes to cook, and the cookies don’t get creamy like the video.

  • Great ���� Tips “Nice & Quick, Easy���� Thank ��������Sweet clever Girl. (25.917)God Bless you ❤️From DENMARK ���� ����������������.

  • Simply delicious, I made the chocolate chip cookies and I used Vanilla in the mix and added one scoop of sugar. They’re very good and I’ll have to make the other ones sometime this holiday!

  • Tried these following directions but they spread out too much and were sorta thin. I wonder if i should only use 1/4 cup oil so they will not spread out so much.


  • OK. So far I’ve made the snickerdoodles and the oreo. I’m will try the chocolate chip, but none of the others sound good. I will continue to make the snickerdoodles (delicious!), but I didn’t care for the oreo. I’ll just eat a bag of oreos.

  • I keep all of your staples in my kitchen, except the hummus. I also keep a pack of juicy prunes for my snack and a pack of raw almonds. Love your channel, by the way. ��

  • If you would rather measure in cups for the first one, follow the amounts down below

    1/4 cup butter ��
    About 1 1/2 cup condensed milk ��
    1/3 cup cocoa powder ��

  • Just discover your channel and your my type of people. ☺ same in the cleaning /organized, I do get into trouble because it comes together in my mind but reality sets in halfway so its smart to plan it out like you did.

  • En el colegio usamos iPads y cuando la voz de la profe me aburre veo tus vídeos son muy buen entretenimiento. Gracias. Me salvas de morir de aburrimiento �� ����

  • I like to add coleslaw mix into ground beef hot dishes, it’s a low carb way to take the place of rice or noodles! My favorite is ground beef, onions, taco seasoning, diced tomatoes (I use the canned ones) and then stir fry the coleslaw in at the end—so good! I also like peanut butter and apples or celery and peanut butter or cream cheese.

  • This motivated me to clean/organize my pantry! Thanks for the video! I second the request for the pregnancy journey from Kurt’s point of view (comment from Alex Dillon). Also, will there be more podcasts from the Health Code??? I love listening to it while I work.:D

  • I dont if youve done this already…but i would love to see a rice and bean series..the simplest cheapest compilation of yummy rice and bean recipes. I LOVE this chick pea recipe!

  • Can you please do a video on paleo diet staples because I am wanting to start that journey but I have no idea how or what would be helpful to transition more easily into that kind of eating!:)

  • I have similar staples like oatmeal, yoghurt, nut butters (almond coconut is my favourite!) and fruit. I always have my fridge fully stocked with red and yellow bell peppers because I eat them like apples, cucumber is a great one too because you can just cut a chunk off and eat on the go.

  • That rice recipe was such an easy one. can be made in a jiffy. Thank you i am always on a look out for easy pasta dishes n u r always with one thats tasty n quick.

  • I would love if you could make a video dedicated to tropeka and what you use and when. Also more what I eat in a day or in a week, those are always so much fun!

  • Love this! Definately #pantry goals! It’s good to clean the environment from time to time… it motivates to maintain a good habits and cook healthy!:)

  • I just went and brought this protien powder, I am a new mum, my baby is 4 months old and I am breastfeeding, I thought my weight would jisy fall off me due to breastfeeding, but I am one of those unlucky mums who’s bodies hold onto their fat till you stop breastfeeding. I only have 6kgs to lose and I am struggling. But on the other note been wanting to try a new protien powder so thank you. X

  • I’ve yet watched a video that I didn’t have a takeaway… who knew to add egg whites to oatmeal ����‍♀️.. Spinach hummus definitely a must try, dates with pb and lastly, sweet potatoes in yogurt-wowzers! Thank you Dani for putting out such great content!

  • Hello Sarah,

    Thank you for this wonderful video it definitely motivated me to clean out and organize my pantry!:) I was also wondering where did you get those glasses from? wanna upgrade my old prescription glasses I live in Canada.

    thank you,

    Victoria Fernandes

  • Where do you get those coconut chips! The ones I usually get are from woolies but the bags are small and I eat it all at once haha

  • We love chipotle chilies as well, but hardly ever use a full can. So I blend the remainder of the can and freeze in ice cube trays for later. Enjoy!

  • Hey Sarah, for your next Sezzy secret project can you make a cookbook with all of your favorite Paleo recipes. Like snack, meals, smoothies, everything! ��
    I’m really trying to go Paleo and I need some more inspirations. Lol

  • Recently moved to an apartment with virtually no kitchen storage and I miss my old kitchen so much!! Also, I’ve been interested in ordering some Tropeaka products but am a bit overwhelmed with choices! Could you recommend like a starter pack to me?:)

  • That black bean soup makes me cuddle in a blanket and drink it all day. I’m craving for fall but we are in sweltering heat here in the north east USA. ��

  • So are you allowed to drink kombucha when your pregnant since it contains alcohol? I know it’s “a minimal amount” but alcohol is still alcohol so I was wondering!

  • I try to go on a diet every time to get fit but it always turns out bad. Sarah I get teased a lot for being “Fat” so can you give me some tips and food ideas so I don’t do it the wrong way.

  • I probably re-do my cabinets the most out of everything. I get so flustered with unorganized pantry, well an unorganized kitchen at that!

  • I always have powdered peanut butter. Can’t live without it. Good for all cooking and baking. Can also make into butter again with milk or water. To sweeten, add some brown sugar or honey. Powder can be eaten straight as well. Not something I like to do but it’s very edible. Lasts a long time.

    Also, powdered eggs… great substitute. Never know the difference. Fluffy up some pancakes or something, add a small bit of egg powder. Save the actual eggs for other stuff. Lasts a really long time.

  • This is so relaxing! It would be amazing if you could make a video or insta story on your different Tropeaka super food powders and everything you have and go through some basic uses and benefits and then say like your top 5 suggestions for a starting collection!

  • You should look up EkoWorx cleaning products. I noticed you use Earth products. I used to use them but EkoWorx gives you one product to replace up to 16 different products! It’s amazing!

  • Tasty is probably one of the very, very few cooking channels that are not clickbait and are actual tutorials on how to make… stuff.

  • Of all the food shows and YouTube videos on cooking I have watched… Yours remains my very favorite! Thank you for all you do! ��

  • Do Dry roasted sunflower kernels have the same nutritional value as raw sunflower seeds? Do you eat the shell of the raw sunflower seed as well?

  • okay but your videos give me life Sezzy haha it makes my day sitting down watching your videos, feeling like i can connect to you and relate to so many of your health related issues and health and fitness goals! honestly keep thinking to myself through all my health issues, wow i would love to be able to chat to you and get your advice! so lucky to even just be able to watch your videos and gain some of your knowledge and wisdom!! bless your soul for keeping us all going!

  • Here’s the easiest no bake recipe to do

    1 stick of semi melted butter
    1/2 cup of brown sugar
    1/2 cup of granulated sugar
    (Stir stir stir until smooth)
    Add 1 teaspoon of vanilla
    Add 1/2 teaspoon of salt
    (Stir stir stir)
    Add a cup of flour
    (Stir stir stir)
    And add chocolate chips to your liking (can be an alternative such as sprinkles, crushed Oreos, and more)
    (Stir stir stir)
    And enjoy!! (Editable cookie dough!)

  • I’m a college student cooking for one so inexpensive foods that I can cooking in a multiple of ways and don’t have to cook in a big batch are my favorite foods. For me that means oats, long grain and arborio rice, flour and yeast (for pasta, pizza, baked things, or a roux), canned beans and tomatoes, milk, cheese, eggs, frozen chicken breast, frozen pea, baby carrots, broccoli, nuts, and bananas. As im typing this out it sounds like a lot. But most of it stays good for a while and I get variety from what is on sale or in season that week.

  • I am currently craving:
    Chocolate chip cookies
    Mint chip ice cream
    Soft serve Vanilla ice cream
    Double chocolate ice cream
    Lays potatoe chips
    Top ramen
    A burrito


  • Me: looking for something to cook

  • i tried yellow cake mix with chocolate chips and it was so gross. way too rich, sour, and soft. youre better off making regular cookies or a cake. trust me.

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    Triple decker burger
    When kfc doesn’t sponsor you:
    Fried chicken

    When Italy doesn’t sponsor u:
    Garlic butter breadsticks

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  • Spend less on food without compromising taste? Yes please count me in. Use what’s in my cupboard at present and still eat well, do it all the time, thanks for sharing.

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    3:53, Chicken Fries.
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  • 1. Sprouted breads
    2. Organic nut butter
    3. Eggs
    4. Organic Greek yogurt
    5. Prewashed greens
    6. Oatmeal
    7. Avocados
    8. Fresh fruit
    9. Hummus
    10. Nuts, seeds, and dried fruits

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  • if you actually want it to work, you need to let the breadsticks rise again for another 20-30 minutes after cutting them to shape.