I wanted something easy to make for dinner so I picked my 30-minute spaghetti with meat sauce and spinach. It’s a complete meal and it all cooks in one pot. Yes. The spaghetti cooks in the sauce along with the beef and spinach. I love that it makes a thick, meaty and delicious spaghetti and the spinach adds lots of nutrition. The recipe calls for 5 ounces of spinach but if I can cram a little more under the lid I always do because it looks like a lot, but spinach cooks down so much it almost disappears – not a bad thing for those who are not fans of this nutritious green. I have made it with baby spinach and also regular spinach, whichever one looks fresher in the package. I love this easy dinner. I went back for two more helpings, it’s that good. Click here for the recipe.
Oh, and I made cinnamon rolls with breakfast. Notice I say “with” and not “for.” That’s because cinnamon rolls FOR breakfast is a no-no. But once you have your eggs and whole grain toast and a little fruit, you’re allowed to have a cinnamon roll. At least that’s the rule around here because it’s my kitchen and I am in charge! ? This is an easy one-rise recipe that I make without butter but you can use butter in the filling if you like. It’s one of my most popular recipes. Click here for my cinnamon rolls recipe. – Jenny Jones
I love seeing my recipes being made all over the world, and it’s always nice if you say where are from. Please send your photo to: YourPhotos@JennyCanCook.co
IKRAM (from Canada) MADE MY SIMPLE WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
“Yay I made Jenny’s whole wheat bread. ? Best recipe ever. I am not buying bread anymore.”
~ That’s a perfect loaf, thank you. I’m from Canada too. ?? ~ jenny
NURI (from Malaysia) MADE MY QUICK & EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE
“Hi Jenny. My name is Nuri. I’m from Malaysia. I baked your Quick and Easy Chocolate Cake with 2 minute Chocolate Frosting. It turned out great. Both my children love it. Maybe next time I need to decrease the amount of powdered sugar. My son already ask me to make it for his birthday next year. And also, we love your Youtube Channel. Love from Malaysia.”
~ Thank you for the photo. I have often made it as a birthday cake too.~ jenny
STACEY (from Louisiana) MADE MY NO KNEAD AND SIMPLE WHOLE WHEAT BREADS
“I’m a sourdough starter bread kinda girl, but I love your quick, delicious bread. So does my husband! He had a slice before I could photograph it! Sending warm wishes from Louisiana.”
~ He’s not the only one who can’t wait for the first slice – that would be me! ~ jenny
NINA (from Germany) MADE MY APPLE PIE
“Hi Jenny, I’m from Germany. We have lots of apples in our back yard this year and yesterday I made your delicious apple pie. Thank you for this wonderful recipe.”
~ Now that is a lovely apple pie! Thank you for making us hungry. ~ jenny
PATSY MADE MY PEPPERONIO PIZZA
“I have made pepperoni pizza twice using this dough. It is so good and tender. Also an A+ for being very easy and quick.In less than an hour I have homemade pizza. My go to recipe now !! Thanks , Patsy.”
~ That’s a beautiful pizza and I love the roosters. Thanks so much. ~ jenny
SHARON MADE MY COCONUT CAKE
“Another winner. Made your coconut cake over the weekend. So easy peasy and yummy! Thank you for your recipes!”
~ Thanks for the great photos. I love this cake! ~ jenny
CARMEN MADE MY CARAMEL CORN
“Hi Jenny, Best Recipe Ever,For Caramel Corn. I thank you,Very Much. I’m making another batch tonight. I ate the first batch in 2 days ?. ❤xx Regards, Carmen Allan.”
~ I have the same problem – gone in 2 days! Thanks for the tempting photo. ~ jenny
DALILA MADE MY ENGLISH MUFFINS
“Hi Jenny! ? I made your ENGLISH MUFFINS for a nice and fresh version of muffins instead of store bought ones. I do bake quite a bit of your bread and roll recipes and they always come out wonderful! So…..why not do your ENGLISH MUFFINS TOO?! Guess what…..they came out great!! ? I added some raisins, golden raisins and cranberries to half of the dough. I also added cinnamon to that half. The second half I left plain for just a regular English muffin. These muffins have a very nice texture…..a yummy breakfast or snack. Talk about some nooks & crannies, lovin’ these beauties. On the plain one I added a poached egg with a sprinkling of pepper and a glass of cranberry juice. The cinnamon raisin muffin went with a choice of peanut butter or cherry preserves with a cup of coffee. Thank you for another tasty recipe Ms. Jenny! Happy Baking! ?”
~ Thank you for another lovely photo. I am making these today myself. ~ jenny
I never knew such a healthy, hearty bread could be so good and so easy to make. It’s probably the no knead bread I make the most because it’s just so easy. I haven’t bought bread in years. All of the bread recipes I post here are ones I make at home and it’s usually the Dutch oven breads because they are so easy to put together.
The prep is barely 5 minutes as you just combine the oats and flour(s) with yeast, salt, and water in a bowl. You cover the dough and let it rest overnight and the next day you fold the dough over a few times, let it rest a while, and bake in a Dutch oven. It’s foolproof. And you get a hearty, crusty loaf of bread you could never buy anywhere that’s so fresh and delicious. This multigrain no knead loaf is usually part of my breakfast and I also love it with a bowl of vegetable soup.
I started the dough last night but I was impatient this morning and didn’t wait the full 2 hours before baking. It was actually 1 hour and 15 minutes so I saved 45 minutes off the resting time. I will try it again with the shorter resting time and if it works once more (and was not a flook) I will adjust the recipe so you can make it faster. To try my multigrain no knead artisan bread, click here for the recipe. – Jenny Jones
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