10 Family Favorite Pantry recipes #2

In this uncertain, restless, strange times that we are living in, there is more home cooking than ever. But with limited access to grocery stores or fresh produce, cooking is more of a challenge. Here are 10 family favorite pantry recipes that uses pantry staples with long shelf life and are sure to be devoured by adults and kids.

Frozen shrimp, jarred salsa, bread, ramen noodles, rice, chicken, over ripe banana, canned chickpeas, all purpose flour, canned tomatoes, canned coconut milk and almond butter are some of the basic pantry ingredients and/or few freezer staples like chicken and shrimp.

Curried Sheet Pan Shrimp Dinner

EASIEST curried Sheet Pan Shrimp Dinner recipe is seriously delicious with all the flavors of Indian curry shrimp made in one pan and ready in under 16 minutes. Great served over rice or wrapped in a flatbread. One of the best Indian shrimp recipes!!!

sheet pan shrimp dinner

Mexican Style Avocado Toast with Scrambled Eggs

This simple Mexican style avocado toast with scrambled eggs is so simple yet so delicious. Toasted bread is topped with buttery mashed avocado, spicy scramble eggs and store bought salsa for a quick and easy avocado recipe for dinner, lunch or breakfast.

Creamy Instant Pot Thai Curry Cauliflower Soup

Loaded with cauliflower and carrot, this creamy instant pot Thai curry cauliflower soup is healthy, creamy without any cream, comforting, velvety smooth and packed with so much flavor!!

Honey Walnut Shrimp Ramen Noodles

If you can’t get enough of Panda Express honey walnut shrimp, then you will love this easy Honey Walnut Shrimp Ramen Noodles recipe that does not include any deep frying or caramelizing walnuts. It is such a quick and easy ramen noodles recipe that is budget friendly and makes a great dinner or lunch idea when you are in a time crunch.

honey walnut shrimp ramen noodles

4-Ingredient Homemade Almond Butter Cups Recipe

This Homemade Almond Butter Cups recipe is ridiculously easy to make in your microwave!! A HEALTHYISH homemade treat or snack to make this Halloween season that both adults and kids can enjoy.

Sweet & Spicy Sriracha Roasted Cauliflower and Cashews

The BEST cauliflower recipe and most importantly the Easiest!!!! Sweet and spicy Sriracha roasted cauliflower is a delicious combination of roasted cauliflower and crispy roasted cashews tossed in a sweet and spicy Sriracha-Soy sauce that if finger licking good!! Eat it plain or spoon over cooked white rice for an easy dinner or lunch. 

SPICY SRIRACHA CAULIFLOWER WITH WHITE RICE

Mexican Spiced Chicken for Tacos, Burritos, Quesadillas or Salads

This all purpose Mexican spiced chicken is cooked in a skillet and is delicious in tacos, burritos, quesadillas or salads. Make a batch for easy Mexican meals throughout the week. 

Chickpea Burrito Bowl

Healthy, easy, quick chickpea burrito bowl meal prep that is nothing short of delicious. An amazing combination of tacos chickpeas ,tangy pico de gallo, sweet corn, shredded cheddar, spicy jalapenos and buttery avocado slices – all piled on a bed of white or brown rice. Vegetarian burrito bowl meal prep for the week or make it for dinner!!!

Chickpea Burrito Bowl Meal Prep

Chocolate Chip Banana Mug Cake

Chocolate chip banana mug cake bakes in the microwave in exactly 90 seconds. Warm, light and fluffy mug cake with gooey melted chocolate chips and crunchy walnuts will satisfy any craving!

Ground Chicken and Green Beans Stir Fry

Ground chicken and green beans stir fry is so simple and quick yet amazingly delicious. Fabulous with all your favorite Chinese fried rice, noodles or even plain white rice. Even your picky eaters will gobble these green beans! 

I hope you find this family friendly pantry recipes useful.

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