For Louisa’s last guest post (well, regular one at least!) she’s rounding up everyone’s favorite recipes! I’m thankful to have a nice little archive from her recipes to return to throughout the year. From what to make for a potluck to what to bring to a Superbowl party and even what to pack for lunch.
Your Favorite Living Lou Recipes
Guest post by Louisa from Living Lou
I believe that food should be simple, fresh and flavourful. It starts with real ingredients and simple techniques to create meals worthy of both a Monday night and a social media share. Over the last four or so years, I’ve been popping in here every other Monday to share my vibrant and approachable recipes and it’s been such an honor to have been a part of your cooking journey. Nothing makes me happier than helping you gain confidence in the kitchen!
If you’re anything like me, you’re a modern, busy and budget-conscious foodie, and while I’ll miss popping in here every other Monday, you can still get weekly recipes by subscribing to my newsletter or following along with me on Instagram.
My goal has always been to fill up your “go-to” list with recipes that delight and inspire, so I thought for my final post, I would share your favorite recipes.
I developed this recipe the first time I ever tried doing a bit of a “detox”. These wraps take under 20 minutes and are without a doubt, a staple in my diet.
I love how much you guys love this recipe. Every 4th of July so many of you give this recipe a try and it makes me so happy. I think rice crispy treats are one of the most underrated treats.
This is also one of my favourites–a creamy tomato sauce with chicken, olives, bell pepper and mushrooms. What more could you want?
Eggs for dinner is the answer to all of your busy evening problems. If you’re thinking about ordering takeout, don’t, grab a carton of eggs and a couple of other ingredients on your way home and you are all set.
This has been one of my all time most popular recipes for the longest time, and for good reason! If you don’t have a slow cooker, you can 100% cook this in a regular pot–I’ll be sharing a stovetop version of this recipe soon, so stay tuned!
Well, that’s all from me. I hope you all continue to experiment and try new foods and flavors in the kitchen, and I hope to see you over in my neck of the woods at LivingLou.com!