Pasta is a quick easy meal the whole family can enjoy. It provides endless opportunities to get creative. You can choose all kinds of cooked noodles, make your own pasta and infuse it with vegetables flavors like carrot and spinach, or even spiralize or shave raw zucchini, squash, or jicama for live pasta dishes, and then create different sauces and toppings.
You can make the experience as simple or exotic as you like.
One of the adjustments to switching to a special diet can be sticker shock. Unfortunately, there is a certain amount of specialty shopping that goes along with the transition to a gluten-free or allergy-friendly diet. These specifically designed items can come with a hefty price tag.
What are some tips to keep your food budget within your household budget?
Keep reading to get Kim’s money-saving tips and an easy pasta recipe
This is a guest post from Meg from Beard and Bonnet.
If I had to use one word to define our life at Beard and Bonnet right now it would be busy! Between my husband’s new job on the opposite side of the country, our personal business, play practices, and play dates we are lucky if we are able to come together at the dinner table a few times a week.
On nights when we do make it to the table my go-to dish combines crispy potatoes, smoky beans, and fresh greens in one simple skillet making something truly magical that my family loves with minimum clean up afterwards. I have a few of types of meals like this up on my site, but this is my newest flavor combination and it has had great reviews from my family.
I like to serve this with a variety of condiments so that everyone can fix their plate up just the way they like it!
Do you have any go-to dinners like these that are easy and come together in a flash?
Keep reading to get Meg’s recipe for and easy Gluten-Free & Meat-Free Supper