16 Foods You Can Stop Buying & Start Making

16 Foods You Can Stop Buying and Start Making

Most store-bought foods contain lots of additives, preservatives, and genetically modified ingredients that are not only bad for our health but for our lifespan as well. Fortunately, there are lots of foods that we could be making at home instead of buying them in the store. It takes a little bit more work to make your own foods, but the benefits of taking in less processed food and saving money are well worth it.

Here’s 16 real food versions of pantry staples like ketchup, mayonnaise, bread and more that you can stop buying & start making.

1. Homemade Tomato Ketchup


So much better and healthier than the store bought. Sweetened with honey.

Recipe and directions: Use Your Noodles

2. 4 Ingredient Nutella

4 Ingredient Nutella

This recipe is simple requiring just 4 ingredients and 30 minutes start to finish. Perfect for baked goods, pancakes, waffles, fruit and more.

Recipe and directions: Minimalist Baker

3. Honey Roasted Vanilla Bean Peanut Butter

Honey Roasted Vanilla Bean Peanut Butter

3 ingredients and 5 minutes is all it takes to make the most delicious peanut butter you will ever eat.

Recipe and directions: Joy Food Sunshine

4. Avocado Oil Mayonnaise

Avocado Oil Mayonnaise

This homemade mayo is totally junk free, takes mere minutes to throw together, and is super thick!

Recipe and directions: Wicked Spatula

5. Easy Homemade Tomato Sauce

Easy homemade tomato sauce

Delicious and rich in flavor, infused with herbs, this easy homemade tomato sauce is perfect for adding to any pasta dish or your pizza base.

Recipe and directions: Natalie’s Food & Health

6. Maple Walnut Vinaigrette

Maple Walnut Vinaigrette

A light, tangy salad dressing with the nuttiness of walnuts and the sweetness of pure maple syrup.

Recipe and directions: A Salad for All Seasons

7. Homemade Whipped Cream

homemade whipped cream

Homemade whipped cream is a delicious addition to almost any dessert. It only takes three ingredients and five minutes and you have a creamy alternative to store bought!

Recipe and directions: Berly’s Kitchen

8. Kale Walnut Pesto

Kale Walnut Pesto

Super versatile sauce which is so good on just anything and everything! You can add it to your pasta, grilled fish, tomato soup, whole-grain bread, or even pizza.

Recipe and directions: Cook With Manali

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