Easy Quarantine Recipes that Only Use 3 Ingredients

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By Cooking Panda

In this stay-at-home world, the last thing you want to worry about is how much time it takes you to cook up tasty food for you and the fam. We did the leg work for you and found some awesome, no-fuss recipes that only use three ingredients. They’re divvied up by meal, so you can eat well 24/7. (Main photo credit: thirtyhandmadedays.com, oliveandartisan.com, and Cooking Panda)

BREAKFAST:

1. Sausage Breakfast Bombs: This cheese and sausage combo makes for a delicious start to the day. All you need are crescent rolls, breakfast sausage, and cheese. Get the recipe for sausage breakfast bombs here.

 

 

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2. Bacon Asparagus Frittata: Fancy up your first meal of the day with a frittata! And let’s face it: what’s breakfast without bacon? Get the recipe for bacon asparagus frittata here.

 

 

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3. Breakfast Cookies: Whoever said you can’t have cookies for breakfast never tried these babies (they’re basically oatmeal chocolate chip cookies). Get the recipe for breakfast cookies here.

 

 

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4. Bacon and Egg Breakfast Cups: This recipe brilliantly uses King’s Hawaiian rolls as a cup crust—a bacon and egg duo upgrade! Get the recipe for bacon and egg breakfast cups here.

 

LUNCH AND/OR DINNER:

5. Roasted Parmesan Pesto Potatoes: Pesto on potatoes? We are up for that! This one cheats a little bit because it calls for pre-made pesto. But desperate times call for any pesto we can get our hands on. Get the recipe for roasted parmesan pesto potatoes here.

 

 

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6. Baked Cheddar Cauliflower Bites: This one’s a game-changer and it’s vegetarian-friendly! You only need eggs, riced cauliflower, and cheese. Get the recipe for cheddar cauliflower bites here.

 

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7. Easy Pulled Pork: Bring out your slow cookers—it’s time for pulled pork. Your pulled pork can be used for wraps and to top off bowls as well. Yum! Get the recipe for pulled pork here.

 

 

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8. Bacon-Wrapped Buffalo Shrimp: An easy take on surf and turf that requires little to no effort. The trick: marinate your shrimp in the buffalo sauce. Get the recipe for bacon-wrapped buffalo shrimp here.

 

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9. Pizza Rolls: Easy pizza rolls? Yes, please. You can also swap pepperoni for sliced deli meats or traditional pizza toppings. This also goes great with a marinara dip. Get the recipe for pizza rolls here.

 

 

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10. Pulled Grilled Cheese: Still have leftover pulled pork? You MUST try making this powerhouse grilled cheese. Get the pulled grilled cheese recipe here.

 

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11. Sweet and Sour Meatballs: These crazy easy meatballs take about 1 minute to prep. Sign us up! Get the sweet and sour meatballs recipe here.

 

DESSERT:

 

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12. Chocolate Covered Frozen Bananas: A summer treat that’s easy as 1-2-3 (ingredients). Or just enjoy a frozen banana with plain ole chocolate because that’s also heaven. Get the chocolate covered frozen banana recipe here.

 

 

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13. Nutella Bread: This one only takes 2 ingredients to make (powdered sugar is optional). Get the Nutella bread recipe here.

 

14. Fudge: Who knew all you needed to make fudge was chocolate chips, sweetened condensed milk, and butter? Get the recipe for easy fudge here.

15. Crazy 3-Ingredient Cheesecake: This life-hacking cheesecake tastes like cheesecake—but contains no cheese! You can top it with berries, chocolate, or whatever will satisfy your craving. Get the cheeseless cheesecake recipe here. 

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