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A Large (20!) and Tasty Collection of 4 Ingredient Recipes!

Welcome to Our Sunday Café, we are pleased you stopped by for a visit. Today we are offering another delicious recipe from our kitchen. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did…

I have been blogging for 10 years, but I have been cooking for 55 years. I believe I have whined stated that I began cooking at age 7, making the morning coffee for my mom and dad.

After a while, you get a feeling about food and combinations of food. Soon you just know, it will work and if you get smarter along the way, you also get to learn what will not work! With our upcoming changes (as soon as the house sells!) we will get busy, getting busy with full-time travel.

I have had concerns about our eating healthy while traveling, and one of my first challenges was to make sure I had my recipes ready to go. At that point, I thought it would be nice to share with others traveling full-time also. Of course we will enjoy the occasional cafe meal because it is fun, but for the most part, we will eat in house.

This round-up of four-ingredient recipes is my second installment to ensure we will eat well, while on the go! If desired, you may view the three-ingredient round-up here.  Next up, will be 5 ingredient recipes.



Savory Black Eyed Peas with Bacon and Red Wine Vinegar. This is the perfect side dish to simmer up to round out a meal. Canned beans save the day, once again!


Time Management Bread. Whole grain beer bread! So easy, made with self-rising flour. You can make this up at a moments notice, perfect with soup, stew, and salads. It is also great toasted with butter.


Cheddar Cheese Drop Biscuits. There is not much to say about cheese biscuits, they do a pretty good job of speaking for themselves! Another delicious recipe made from your own homemade self-rising flour!


Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey. Some fruit, a broiler, a bit of sour cream and a drizzle of honey. Together the sum of the parts is magic!


Chilled Mint Cups. Minty, creamy, and delicious. Crush some candy, whip some cream and assemble. Chill, then serve and get ready for the compliments!


Lasagne Stuffed French Bread. There are no words to describe how good this is, fun also. Just as good as our Spaghetti Stuffed French Bread!


Pretzel Toffee. One of my first adventures in candy making. Easy and delicious!


Summer Salad of Crumbed Tomato Slices. Tomatoes dressed and topped with crumbs and cheese. Super easy and very delicious!


Buttermilk Creme.  A delicious sauce to serve with fresh or poached fruit. (tastes like liquid cheesecake...)

Like a Candy Bar Sandwich. Perfect for a busy day of chores or a fun day of hiking or kayaking! Easy to transport and needs no refrigeration. Fold the halves together and cut into quarters.

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Easy Toffee. Brown sugar, walnuts, and chocolate. Just break and share.

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Baked Crackers and Cheese.  These are crispy, cheesy, delicious and frugal. Perfect snack food.

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Chewy Noodles, for Chicken and Noodles. Chicken and Noodles, when made from scratch, is perfect for winter and cold weather meals. Homemade chewy noodles are the best, give these a try. You will find prettier food, but not more delicious!


Roasted Bitter Greens. Many cultures enjoy the five flavors: sweet, salty, sour, bitter and umami (the taste of deliciousness). Through the years I have learned that I enjoy the bitter flavor found in food. Roasting greens will add a new element of flavor, but underneath is that mild bitter I have come to enjoy.


Baked Mushroom with Thyme and Garlic. Mushrooms are always a wonderful side dish!


Broccoli Dressed with Curry Butter. This is perfect for that package of broccoli you picked up when you restocked your RV pantry! Different and delicious!


Roasted Brussel Sprouts. These little cabbages, take on a lovely nutty flavor. Let the kids or other kitchen help, get the sprouts ready to roast.


Asparagus Spears and a Spicy Dunk.  It goes without saying that any vegetable and any "something" else can be substituted. The important thing to remember is to eat your vegetables!


Grapefruit and Rosemary Chicken. Marinade, then gill outside or broil, depending upon the weather!


Tomatoes from the Garden Salad.  Just for the record, any ripe, juicy tomato works for this wonderful salad!

Please note, all recipes presented here are from 2017 and prior.

Enjoy!

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