The idea of making time-saving food can be appealing, but there’s a catch.
A good recipe requires the use of a timer.
You need to cook the food on a timer, or a cooking timer.
In most cases, you’ll need a food processor and a time-saver, but the timer can be a handy tool for baking or other tasks that don’t require time.
Here’s how to make time-making recipes from scratch, using the time-consuming but easy-to-follow timer as your inspiration.
If you want to make more time-related recipes, check out these easy recipes to make breakfast or lunch and dinner in just 30 minutes.