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34 Insanely Simple Two-Ingredient Recipes

34 Insanely Simple Two-Ingredient Recipes
1. Nutella + Eggs = Flourless Nutella Cake The batter takes less than 10 minutes to make. The cake bakes for 25 minutes. Get the full recipe here. 2. Pinch of salt, coconut flakes, and chocolate chips are optional. 3. Full details here. 4. Get the recipe here. 5. 1 Part Balsamic Vinegar + 1 Part Whiskey = Steak Marinade 6. Scientifically, it works because coconut oil is a liquid when warmed, but a solid at room temperature. 7. A little olive oil and Italian seasoning are optional. This pizza dough is actually good, if you don’t mind it a little chewy and focaccia-esque. You can also make an easy flatbread using these same ingredients. 8. Get the recipe here. You could also use Nutella instead of peanut butter. 9. Get more info here. 10. Here’s a no-fail, no-brainer of a recipe. 11. 12. You’ll want to be eating these this winter. 13. Real Simple has the recipe. 14. Get the full instructions here. 15. Get the recipe here. 16. Cook the broccoli however you’d like: roast it, steam it, sauté it. 17.

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