Stay at Home Cooking

In many parts of the world people are stuck in their homes. This is very important to flatten the curve in order to protect everyone, and ourselves. So #Stayathome, but while you do, this page will be filled with resources that could inspire you!

Stay at Home Cooking

It is not always easy these days to find all the ingredients you need to create that dish you were craving for! Also, for some, cooking three meals a day may cause some lack of inspiration!

On this page we will share some recipe videos of dishes with few ingredients, or with ingredients most people do have in their pantry. And in case you don’t have that ingredient… it may still inspire you to cook a meal by replacing that ingredient with an ingredient you do have!

Salade Niçoise

We love the mouth watering photos that Frenchified wife puts on her Instagram feed! We have asked her to create a video with some pantry ingredients, and she came up with a delicious Salade Niçoise. Check out her step by step video, and make sure to have a peek on her Instagram feed: @frenchified_wife


Guilt Free Chocolate Mousse

Dana from Organilicious shares her own Guilt Free Chocolate Mousse recipe which is made with very few ingredients and therefore her perfect soul food for quarantine time:

For more health tips or recipes check out Dana’s website:

Cinnamon Buns

Of course, at Let’s Explore, we also have a lot of recipes, from all over the world!

One of the recipes that requires few ingredients and that gets you a big treat to feed the whole family for dessert, or why not, at breakfast, is our Swedish recipe for delicious Cinnamon Buns. Check out that recipe in the article on: Cinnamon Buns, and see how it’s made in below video:


No Bake Quark Pie

Another recipe of our own, also with easy ingredients! You can never go wrong with this No Bake Quark Pie! Full recipe can be read in our article on What’s Cooking in the Netherlands.


More cooking videos and videos on other subjects will be added soon, so please check out our main Stay at Home Page, and in case your pantry is quite full, you can also check out our World Food series which has recipes cooked with locals from several countries in the world on it.

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