As promised here is the second installment of our Real Food For Busy Moms series. It’s only been a week since I posted the first batch of recipes so most of you probably haven’t had time to give them a try yet, but if you did I’d love to know how it went!
This quiche is a quick, elegant meal that’s versatile enough for breakfast, a quick lunch or an elegant dinner party. If you have a mandoline slicing the potatoes is a cinch. Even if you don’t, a potato crust is much faster to make than a traditional flour one (and yummier, too, in my opinion!)
1. If you don’t have (or like) chevrê, don’t worry. I’ve substituted many kinds of cheese in this recipe and they were all delicious.
2. Make a double batch! It’s not much more trouble and you’ll get more meals for your effort.
Check out Nourished Kitchen for the recipe!
Not to toot my own horn or anything, but this dip is really delicious. Although I’ve made this recipe many, many times I can count on one hand the times there have been leftovers.
Quick Tip: Bake the salmon ahead of time and place in fridge to cool. When dinner time rolls around you’ll have less than 10 minutes of prep from start to finish.
Check out the recipe here.
I have been making homemade pizza for years now and this method is by far the easiest I have ever found. I love that it calls for the healthiest of ingredients: raw cheese that ends up only slightly melted, sprouted tortillas, and of course butter.
If you’re feeling adventurous when it comes to toppings, you might adapt this margharita pizza recipe from Whole Foods. I make my own pesto instead of the pre-made it calls for using this recipe. Or how about a chicken alfredo pizza? Or pepperoni and pineapple. I’m getting carried away, aren’t I?
Check out Real Food Digest for the recipe.