20 Recipes Using Four Ingredients or Less

I have always hated stumbling across a recipe on Pinterest and then scrolling down to see a long list of ingredients that I barely know how to pronounce, let alone get my hands on. So these 20 Recipes are perfect for anyone looking for easy recipes that only require four ingredients or less.

No more scrolling and clicking, only to be left disappointed and hungry. I found some great recipes using only 3 or four ingredients and even a handful of 2 ingredient recipes. It just doesn’t get any easier or simpler than that! Simple and easy recipes are the only ones I have time for so when I love the idea of cutting out unnecessary ingredients while still enjoying delicious recipes. These four-ingredient or less recipes are the perfect example of how you can do so much more with so much less! Save time, money, and food with these easy to make recipes that only use a few ingredients.

Who knew that you could make bread, biscuits, and cakes with just a couple of things that you probably already have in your house? These recipes will save you time and money!  Plus, these days it can pretty hard to find a lot of the required ingredients for your favorite recipes, thanks to the Covid-19 situation. Having these two-ingredient recipes in your recipe box is sure to come in handy when you can’t stock up on all of your usual items or when you just want to spend less time at the grocery store, buying less.

I am thrilled about that idea, spending less time at the grocery store means more time to be creative in the kitchen with these easy recipes.

Recipes Using Two Ingredients or Less

Cocoa-Cola Cake (Only Two Ingredients)

Strawberry Fudge (Only Two Ingredients)

Fast and Easy Biscuits (Only Two Ingredients)

Concord Grape Jelly (Only Two Ingredients)

Pineapple Angel Food Cake (Only Two Ingredients)

Super Easy Jello Popsicles (Only Two Ingredients)

No Bake Apple Crisp (Only Two Ingredients)

Oatmeal Banana Cookies (Only Two Ingredients)

All Natural Gluten Free Fruit Roll-Ups (Only Two Ingredients)

No Yeast Bread (Only Two Ingredients)

Recipes Using Three Ingredients or Less

Keto Peanut Butter Chocolate Balls (Only Three Ingredients)

Creamy Dessert Pies (Only Three Ingredients)

Peanut Butter Chocolate Brownie Mug Cake (Only Three Ingredients)

Lemon Ice Cream (Only Three Ingredients)

Gluten Free Coconut Ice Cream Recipe with No Added Sugar (Only Three Ingredients)

Recipes Using Four Ingredients or Less

Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookies (Only Four Ingredients)

Creamy Onion Dip (Only Four Ingredients)

Dog Treats (Only Four Ingredients)

Easy Cheesy Biscuits  (Only Four Ingredients)

Easy Chili  (Only Four Ingredients)

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Have you tried a recipe using four ingredients or less? Please share your opinions below by leaving a comment and telling us all about it!

The Hobby Wife

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