apple cheddar tartine with spicy mustard

If you had shown me this recipe or given me this open-faced apple cheddar sandwich a year ago, I would have politely

I’ve posted links to sweet potato mac and cheese recipes several times, but I’ve never posted my insanely easy {and gluten-free} version!

I’ve posted this sweet potato mac and cheese and this butternut squash mac and cheese, but I generally make a recipe that’s somewhere in the middle.

I didn’t list measurements because it’s easy to guesstimate as you’re layering the ingredients!

  • Caramelize chopped onions and shallots {combine butter and olive oil in a skillet over medium; throw in onions and shallots; and saute until golden brown, stirring

Photo credit: Trader Joe's

If you need a quick (and gluten-free) lunch that’s easy to put together in just a few minutes, try this:

In a shallow Tupperware, layer a Trader Joe’s Roasted Chicken Patty with jarred tomato sauce and

I overestimated the amount of mozzarella and zucchini that I needed for my cheesy zucchini pizza

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I wanted to make chicken parmesan but I realized I didn’t have eggs…or olives…or whole canned tomatoes- so I had to make do with what I did have. And my “absurdly easy chicken parm” was born.

Place several skinless chicken tenders in a shallow pan. Cover with marinara sauce. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese. Scatter panko bread crumbs on top. Cook at 375 for about 20 minutes or until chicken is cooked through (no longer pink).

If you’re feeling particularly crazy, add chopped roasted red peppers on top. Serve over pasta if you’d like!

See what I mean by absurdly easy?

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