Viking Vault Cookbook
Be Well Vikings!
Many recipes have been contributed by our community members. All pictures are provided by free stock food photo sites such as PIXABAY, UNSPLASH, and PEXELS. These photos are used to enhance your experience as you enjoy making these mostly simple recipes. They may not represent the meal that you actually enjoy. So be kind to yourself and experiment with foods that you like and maybe try something new. Read more...
Be Well Vikings!
Many recipes have been contributed by our community members. All pictures are provided by free stock food photo sites such as PIXABAY, UNSPLASH, and PEXELS. These photos are used to enhance your experience as you enjoy making these mostly simple recipes. They may not represent the meal that you actually enjoy. So be kind to yourself and experiment with foods that you like and maybe try something new.
15 Minute Rule Taco Soup
Dance the Salsa Chicken
Get (Your) Baked Ravioli
A Gouda Ham Mac & Cheese
"Notta" Margarita Mac 'n Cheese
Healthy Hu-ManGo Smoothie
Nutella Stuffed French Toast Sticks
Treat Yourself Special K Cookies
Vegetarian "Special K" Casserole
Go Bananas Cream of Wheat Muffins
Gluten-Free Buffalo Chicken Casserole
Chef Boyardee® Italian Ravioli Skillet
Chef Boyardee® Pepperoni Spaghetti Bake
Chef Boyardee® Ravioli Florentine Soup
"Lit" Chef Boyardee® Cheesy Ravioli Bake
"Cheat Day" Chef Boyardee® Cheeseburger-roni
Deluxe Chef Boyardee® Spaghetti and Meatballs
Sloppy Joe French Bread Pizza
Sloppy Joe Noodle Skillet
Whole 30 Sloppy Joe Bowls
Chilli Man Can-Do-Pasta
"Nacho Ordinary" Chili Bake
Ramen Noodle, Turkey, & Tomato Soup
Ramen Broccoli Slaw
Turkey Ramen Lo Mein
Easy Ramen Sesame Chicken Slaw
Ramen Curry in a Hurry Carrot Soup
Quick 'n Easy Chicken Cheese Steak
Don't Know Jack Chicken Chili
Broccoli, Rice, Cheese and Chicken Casserole
Bow Tie Chicken Primavera
Quick and Easy Jambalaya
May Your FAFSA B. Smoothie
Solo Cup Strawberry banana smoothie
Ghosted Raspberry orange smoothie
"No Cover" Caprese Pasta Salad
Yummy (no, really) Kale Pesto Pasta
No Commitment Muffins
French Toast, Voila!
A Mugged Omelette
Super Simple Salmon
Easy Quiche Recipe
Grilled or Broiled Kabobs
Ramen Tofu Lo Mein
Cashew Crusted Chicken
Chicken Not Pot Pie
Homemade Pizza Pockets
Healthy Hummus (or other) Wrap
Magic Popcorn Munchies
Greek Yogurt 12 Ways
Make Your Own Muesli
Fruitless No More
F.O.M.O (Fear Of Missing Out) French Fries with Garlic
On the Sunny Side Eggs
Spaghetti with Lemon Shrimp
Kimchi Fried Rice
"Turkey Dump" Comfort Croissant
Burrito without the Bell
Perfectly Boiled Eggs
Perfection is at Steak
How To Boil Water
Scramble to Class Eggs
Designated Driver Coffee
If You Knew Sushi...
Testy Tandoori Chicken
Crescent Mummified Hot Dogs
"Homemade" Viking Pizza
Ultimate Grilled Cheese
Reading Days Baked Potato
Gonna Tuna Sandwich
Don't Be A Chicken-Salad Sandwich
Go Fish Tacos
Protein Rounds and Ovals
Yellow Brick Rice
Salad of Caprese
Gone Clubbing Sandwich
Fast and Furious Car-Bonara
"Avocado" Salad for You!
Rice Salad With Cucumber, Lemon And Scallion
Garlic Chicken Noodle Bowl
Hot Chocolate for a Cold Day
Microwave Corn in Husk
"Devastatingly Beautiful" Blanched Vegetables
Sticky Rice and Vegetables
Black Beans and Rice
B.Y.O. Bean and Egg Burrito
NetFlixer PB&J (Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich)
B.L.T. (Bacon, Lettuce & Tomato)
Make a Tuna Melt
Artistic Pizza Creations
"Notta" Margarita Mac 'n CheeseYou can leave out any ingredients or add other pizza ingredients to customize it to your taste.
Gluten-Free Buffalo Chicken CasseroleBuffalo wings, pasta, and blue cheese. If you like it hotter, increase the amount of hot sauce.
Chef Boyardee® Italian Ravioli SkilletA ravioli skillet recipe uses beef ravioli in sauce with shredded fresh zucchini and tomatoes topped with cheese
Chef Boyardee® Pepperoni Spaghetti BakeChef Boyardee Spaghetti and Meatballs layered with cheese on a biscuit base, topped with pepperoni and baked together for a flavorful 'pizza' style dish
Chef Boyardee® Ravioli Florentine SoupA quick and easy ravioli soup recipe flavored with Italian sausage, diced tomatoes and fresh spinach.
Sloppy Joe French Bread PizzaAll the delicious, tangy flavor of a Sloppy Joe, smothered with cheese on crispy French Bread.
Ramen Noodle, Turkey, & Tomato SoupTurn V8 juice, veggies and ramen noodles into a wonderful soup that takes just a few minutes to make.
Ramen Broccoli SlawReduce the calories from this recipe by reducing the vinegar and oil from 1/2 cup each to 1/3 cup. Add 1 teaspoon each minced garlic and ginger plus 1 tablespoon toasted sesame oil for an Asian-inspired twist to the dressing. You can use canola oil in place of olive oil.
Quick 'n Easy Chicken Cheese SteakSubstitute any kind of cheese you like for the Cheddar cheese, if desired. Substitute any kind of bun for the hot dog bun, if desired
Broccoli, Rice, Cheese and Chicken CasseroleThis is a delicious broccoli, rice, and cheese casserole, and easy to make.
Bow Tie Chicken PrimaveraYou can substitute shredded, boiled chicken or canned tuna for the canned chicken
Quick and Easy JambalayaThis recipe is a quick and easy way to enjoy jambalaya without spending too much time in the kitchen. It has just enough spice to give it a kick without making it too spicy. Use turkey kielbasa to make this recipe a little more healthy.
Easy Quiche RecipeYou can really add anything you want to this easy quiche recipe -- other vegetables, different cheeses or seasonings.
"Player" CrepesYou can make the batter a day in advance; freeze leftover crepes between sheets of waxed paper. To reheat, remove waxed paper and then microwave for 35 seconds.
Make Your Own MuesliVariations are numerous! Muesli formula: 4 cups grains + 1 1/2 cups nuts/seeds + 1/2 cup dried fruit Grains: Your choice of Rolled oats, wheat bran, whole rye, whole barley, sorghum flakes, quinoa flakes, millet puffs, millet flakes. Nuts/seeds: Your choice of Sliced almonds, walnuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios, hazelnuts, sunflower seeds, pepitas, chia seeds, poppy seeds, sesame seeds, unsweetened coconut flakes. Dried fruit: Your choice of Dried apricots, dried cherries, dried figs, raisins, golden raisins, currants, apple chips.
Fruitless No MoreHalf of our plate should be fruit and vegetables. Here is a great way to make that happen.
Burrito without the BellFreeze the burritos in individual servings by wrapping each burrito in aluminum foil before baking. Then just remove one (or more) burritos from the freezer when you’re ready to eat. To bake individual foil-wrapped burritos straight from the freezer (while still frozen): Place foil-wrapped burrito on a baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 45-55 minutes.
Designated Driver CoffeeWhen you can't read one more passage or complete one more equation.....coffee.
If You Knew Sushi...Everyone is eating Sushi. Why not learn to make it so you can enjoy it at home.
Sticky Rice and VegetablesThese three ingredients may not make a flashy meal, but the concoction is fairly healthy, cheap, and easy. (Next time you order take-out, save any extra soy sauce packets to make this dish even cheaper.)
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Our Viking Vault Cookbook is a collection of recipes that have fewer than 12 ingredients. Many recipes use ingredients found in our food pantry. This cookbook is created to assist those that need quick and healthy options on a limited budget. Be Well Vikings! Many recipes have been contributed by our community members. All pictures are provided by free stock food photo sites such as PIXABAY, UNSPLASH, and PEXELS. These photos are used to enhance your experience as you enjoy making these mostly simple recipes. They may not represent the meal that you actually enjoy. So be kind to yourself and experiment with foods that you like and maybe try something new. Happy Eating!