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5 Ways To “Put An EB Egg On It”

5 Ways To “Put An EB Egg On It”

Grits aren’t just for breakfast

Eggland's Best

Eggs for every meal.

Upgrade your dishes by adding an EB egg on top. Not only will you make it more delicious, but you’ll be adding in extra protein and essential nutrients. Each Eggland’s Best has 25% less saturated and 6x more Vitamin D than ordinary eggs. If that isn’t persuasive enough, scroll down and take a look at our 5 favorite recipes to “put an egg on”!

Sausage, Mushroom, & Egg Galette

This savory galette is a new addition to our dinner menu. Lighten this recipe up by swapping in turkey sausage instead!

Spicy Kimchi Fried Rice

Fried rice like you never had it before. Make it vegetarian by taking out the pork belly.

Buttery Grits with Roasted Asparagus

Grits aren’t just for breakfast. Add roasted asparagus and an egg on top for a filling lunch or dinner.

BBQ Beef Open-Face Sandwich

BBQ + a runny yolk…yum! It doesn’t get much better than this BBQ Beef Open-face Sandwich.

Pesto Provolone Egg Pizza

No need for delivery when you can create this Pesto, Provolone Egg Pizza at home with the kids. Save the leftovers and warm them up for breakfast!

What are your favorite ways to “put an egg on it”? Tag us on social @egglandsbest with a photo of your best creation for a chance to be featured on our feed.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


Easy recipes you can make during coronavirus quarantine with five ingredients or less

Ever wondered the best way to wash produce? Buzz60’s TC Newman has tips to ensure your healthy fruits and vegetables stay healthy. Buzz60

Looking for some easy recipes to make in quarantine that don't require a ton of ingredients? We've got you covered.

In order to make meal planning as easy as possible for you and your family amid the coronavirus pandemic, we've rounded up some recipes that call for five or fewer main ingredients.

So, here are some ideas to have dinner (or dessert) whipped up in no time – just remember to wash your hands!

Enchiladas: Looking for something easy, cheesy and savory? Five-ingredient enchiladas are the perfect fit. Southern Bites' recipe only calls for ground beef, cheese, tortillas, salsa and enchilada sauce.

Chicken pleaser: If poultry is more your style, Chicken Lazone is a dish that can be made with few ingredients. Besides a couple of seasonings (salt, garlic powder and chili powder), Pillsbury's recipe only calls for chicken breast tenders, butter and whipping cream. Serve over pasta to make the meal more complete with just one more ingredient.

Tuna pasta: Craving fish? You can make a cheesy tuna pesto pasta with only five ingredients as well. BBC's Good Food blog's recipe calls for penne, canned tuna, jarred pesto, tomatoes and cheese. You can also simply jazz up a box of macaroni and cheese with tuna and top with breadcrumbs for a crispy element after you bake.

If you're looking for more ways to use up your supply of canned tuna, check out this list of recipes. You can also check out this list for recipes using other canned goods and items in your pantry.

Pinwheels: Whether as a snack for virtual happy hour or fun, handheld meal, Grateful's vegetarian pinwheels only need four ingredients: a package of crescent rolls, pesto, tapenade and Parmesan cheese.

Vegetarian pinwheels for holiday appetizers. (Photo: Jais Tollette, MakeItGrateful.com)

Chili: If you're looking for a little bowl of comfort, give chili a try. Minimalist Baker's sweet potato and black bean vegan chili calls for beans, onion, sweet potatoes, salsa and vegetable stock. And there are optional spice suggestions you can add for even more flavor.

Pizza casserole: Yep, you read that right. Instead of your typical pizza, keto diet followers and pizza lovers alike can enjoy this low-carb version by Wholesome Yum. Main ingredients include cauliflower, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and pepperoni slices. It also calls for kitchen staples like olive oil and some seasonings.

Stuffed mushrooms: This bite-sized option from Grateful could act as a snack, side or a meal. It calls for cremini mushrooms, bread crumbs, pesto and cream cheese.

Easy cake: New to baking? Start off with a recipe that requires only four ingredients: pound cake. This recipe from Cookies & Cups' uses just flour, eggs, butter and sugar. It's a great base that you can customize with fruit, chocolate chips or nuts.

Vegan cookies: These three-ingredient peanut butter cookies by The Conscious Planet Kitchen can be enjoyed by vegans and non-vegans alike. All you'll need is peanut butter, oat flour and maple syrup. If you want a non-vegan version, there's also this one from Bigger Bolder Baking that uses peanut butter, sugar and an egg.


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