If you’re quarantined, making easy recipes could be a fun way to avoid cabin fever! Why not take your culinary skills to another level by trying these fuss-free recipes with 5 ingredients or less? It would be a delicious way to spend your time during lockdown while satisfying your sweet tooth, too!
I have to admit, being stuck at home because of the lockdown is not easy. Fortunately, baking and making desserts has always been a great way for me to relieve stress and express my creativity!
These recipes will not only satisfy your sweet tooth, but they are also really simple to make and have only 5 ingredients or less!
Easy Vegan Chocolate Truffles
These amazing chocolate truffles only have 3 ingredients (well, actually 2 if you think water doesn’t count as an ingredient!)!!!
They are chocolaty, decadent, luscious, and extremely addictive!
Cheater’s Chocolate Mousse
This creamy, chocolaty, no-bake dessert is a cinch to make! It’s great for when you want to whip something up really fast!
Homemade Peanut Butter
This recipe is super easy and refined sugar free!
Homemade peanut butter is delicious!
And you can use it in so many ways!
Here are a few ideas:
- Add it to smoothies.
- Dip pretzels in it.
- Add it to fruit salad.
- Spread it on crepes or pancakes.
- Spread it over easy vegan fudge brownies.
- Use it to make The Ultimate Chocolate Chunk Cookie sandwiches.
- Add it to Cheater’s Chocolate Mousse.
- Add it to oatmeal.
- Add it to apples, pears, or celery sticks for a healthy snack.
The possibilities are endless!
Easy Apple Chips
This healthy recipe is simple with only 2 ingredients, and you don’t need a dehydrator!
There are lots of different ways you can have these apple chips. In addition to enjoying them straight out of the oven on their own, you could dip them in Greek yogurt with walnuts and honey or even dip them in chocolate!
Mandarin Marmalade (without pectin)
The great thing about this recipe is that it has a really long shelf life when stored in a cool, dry place, which is important if you’re quarantined.
And apart from spreading it on toast for breakfast, you could add it to Greek yogurt, ice cream, oatmeal, cake, or almost anything, really!
I really hope you have fun in the kitchen with these recipes during these crazy times! Stay safe!