With this recipe, you can make two servings of the waffle stack from 1 full waffle (which means it’s perfect for sharing with your roomie :3). If you only want to make one waffle stack, use half the amount of each ingredient listed below. Since this recipe requires a little more time than grabbing the usual cereal for breakfast, this is a perfect treat for the weekend after a long week. 🙂 Continue Reading
Here’s a really easy salad to assemble in the dining hall, mostly because everything is already prepared for you in the salad bar! The only thing that needs to be cooked is the tofu for about 3 minutes!
(For anyone making this at home, read the instructions on the package for the items that need to be cooked.) Continue Reading
This is a really easy appetizer that you can share with some friends, especially if you’re looking for something quick to eat for a study break! Since the only part that takes a little time is toasting the bread, this crostini only takes a few minutes to assemble!
With the slightly sweet pineapple and the sour sun-dried tomatoes, the mozzarella cheese in this appetizer acts as an “equalizer” in balancing out the flavors. Mozzarella is definitely my favorite cheese, and it can actually bring out the flavor of your dish by letting the other components stand out. If you don’t like mozzarella, you can substitute with any other creamy cheese for this crostini.
Tired of constantly adding hot sauce to your pasta? Simply add a little heat to your sauce instead! This past weekend I worked on making a spicy pesto sauce, which sat perfectly on the ridges of rigatoni when baked in the oven and of course tasted delicious with some melted mozzarella cheese.