5 Easy, Extremely Adaptable Recipes

Don't you hate recipes that require a long list of ingredients and instructions? Do you want to make your life in the kitchen so much simpler? Well, try these recipes!

5 Easy, Extremely Adaptable Recipes

Overnight Oats

Put rolled oats and milk (cow's milk, goat's milk, plant-based milk) into a glass jar to form the base of the recipe. Then, you are free to add whatever your heart desires.

5 Easy, Extremely Adaptable Recipes

Egg Muffins

Put assorted vegetables or leftover vegetables into a glass measuring cup. Crack open a few eggs and mix the eggs in. Pour the contents in each muffin cup. If you have trouble with pouring the contents, then you may use a pair of chopsticks to grab the items, put the items in the muffin cups, and pour the remaining egg liquid into the muffin cups.

5 Easy, Extremely Adaptable Recipes

Rice Porridge

Just increase your water-to-rice ratio. The result is rice porridge. You can add whatever you want in it. It's just like eating oatmeal, but more watery.

5 Easy, Extremely Adaptable Recipes

Frozen Fruits

This is the healthier version of ice cream.

5 Easy, Extremely Adaptable Recipes

Beans and Rice

Beans and rice consume some preparation time and cooking time, but the end result is a protein-rich, low-fat meal. You may add vegetables and meats to complement the beans and rice.


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Most Helpful Guy

  • oeh imma try the egg muffin :P Great idea. BUT on what temperature and on how long should they be in the oven?

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    • I usually put the egg muffins in the oven at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes. Your mileage may vary by your oven's altitude respective to sea level, though.

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    • ty. and oh yeah, i tried ;D it was good :3

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What Guys Said 1

  • i would like to try one of them which is easy

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What Girls Said 3

  • For the frozen fruit also blend it so it can be more like ice-cream and add honey

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    • I think fruit is sweet enough. But if someone has a more intense sweet tooth, then more sugar/honey can be added. Also, whole frozen fruits need no blender. You just eat them whole.

  • Cool!

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  • Most of these look delicious

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