Four Tasty Recipes my Internet Friends Invented

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am absolutely not a food blogger. I love to cook (and eat!) delicious, nutritious foods, but I tend to follow recipes, not invent them. And even if I did invent unique and delectable recipes, I am certainly not a food photographer. Staging it, making sure the lighting is right, taking its picture…. all before eating it? Not this girl. 

Luckily, the Internet is a huge place filled with bloggers with much more talent than I. So without further ado, I bring you some of the tastiest things I’ve made lately from recipes created by those talented bloggers. All the images are borrowed from and link back to the original post.

Mexican Quinoa and Sweet Potato Casserole from Fit Foodie Finds.Mexican Quinoa and Sweet Potato CasseroleThis is really delicious and incredibly easy to make. One-pot dishes are the best for busy days, and this really fit the bill. And it makes quite a bit, so we had plenty of leftovers for lunches all week.

Healing Vegetable Soup from The Lyon’s Share
Healing Vegetable Soup from The Lyons' ShareThis soup is amazing. Seriously, cancel whatever you had planned for dinner and go make this. I just keep making it and packing it for lunches every week. Delicious and chock-full of vegetables? Winning!

Sweet Potato Stir Fry from Fuel Your Future with Tina

I just recently discovered Tina’s blog, and it’s quickly becoming one of my favorites. Tina is a wicked-fast elite marathoner, and she posts wicked-tasty recipes that are also excellent running/recovery fuel. This stir fry is fast enough for a weeknight and way tastier than my usual stir-fry recipe (which is really not a recipe so much as “throw some meat and veggies in a wok with soy sauce”).

PB2 Granola Bars from Delicious as it Looks

PB2 Quinoa Granola Bars {Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegan, Low-FODMAP}  /  Delicious as it LooksThese are terrific for breakfast alongside my usual smoothie. And they came together really quickly, too. I didn’t even have chocolate chips, and they were still yummy.

Definitely try out these recipes and check out the four blogs they link to. All are wonderful (and have way better pictures than I ever do).

 

Do you invent recipes?

Find or make any good ones lately? Feel free to link up in the comments!

 

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16 thoughts on “Four Tasty Recipes my Internet Friends Invented”

  1. Awwww thank you so much Cassie! You are such a sweetheart! Those other recipes have been tormenting my mind too! I really hope you like the stir fry as much as I did 🙂 Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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