Here in Utah, the school will be starting for everybody over the next couple of weeks! For many people, the beginning of school can be a stressful transition from the fun of summer to the busy school structure. It’s common to let cooking and food go to the backburner during the transition. However, it can also be an opportunity to try some simple, quick recipes and get some much-needed nutrition. So, in today’s blog, we’ll give you 5 simple recipes for back-to-school time to make your transition easier.
French Bread Pizza
Pizza is one of the most popular foods in the world, especially for children. If you’re feeling stressed by the transition of school starting, having a fun homemade pizza night could be a fantastic way to take some stress away! Not only are these French Bread Pizzas delicious, but they’re also effortless to make. Here’s the recipe!
Cacio e Pepe
Cacio e Pepe, or “cheese and pepper,” is one of the simplest pasta dishes you can make. If you’re anything like me, spaghetti is a typical meal in your house. However, if you want to try a different style of pasta cooking but still want it to be quick and simple, look no further. Cacio e Pepe is both delicious and simple! Here’s a recipe!
Crockpot BBQ Chicken
Crockpots are a lifesaver when you’re feeling stressed out by cooking food. Crockpots allow you to throw everything together and let it cook throughout the day, which can be a lifesaver for back-to-school time. Additionally, these BBQ chicken sandwiches taste amazing. I recommend buttering and toasting the buns in this recipe to add some crunch! Here’s the recipe!
Macaroni and Cheddar Cheese
This is one of the easiest non-boxed macaroni recipes you’ll ever see. As we all know, macaroni and cheese is a prevalent dish among children, and this recipe is a great way to make it memorable and homemade. Here’s the recipe!
When I was a kid, my mom would celebrate the first day of school with her snickerdoodle cookies. It became one of my favorite traditions and always excited me to start a new school year. So, I found a simple but delicious snickerdoodle recipe. Try them out!
We hope the beginning of the new school year is enjoyable for you and your family! We also hope that you enjoy these recipes for back to school. Be sure to let us know which recipe you liked the most! If you’d like some fun dessert recipes, check out our blog!