Hello and Welcome to Goods by Gabi! Goods by Gabi is a brand new food blog where I will be sharing my own homemade recipes as well as testing out recipes from other popular food blogs! My hopes for this blog is to be able to share some of my favorite recipes with others so […]Read More Welcome!
Do you like Chipotle? Well if you do and you’re vegetarian, then you’re in luck! Now you can make your own sofritas bowl without having to go to Chipotle! If you’re not vegetarian or you have never been to Chipotle and have no clue what sofritas are, that’s okay, keep reading and you’ll see! Sofritas are […]Read More Sofritas Bowl
If you’re ever in a pickle and need a quick appetizer, this one fits the bill! This dip is sure to please a crowd and takes 10 minutes or less to make. I don’t have much to say about this dip though because it’s pretty self-explanatory. Don’t believe me? Keep reading and you’ll see what […]Read More 7 Layer Dip
It’s no secret that potatoes are one of the most glorious foods to ever come into existence. There are so many things that you can do with potatoes! Fried, mashed, baked, twice baked, stuffed, the possibilities are literally endless. Being a vegetarian though, I don’t eat potatoes as much as I used to. When you […]Read More Potatoes in Cream Sauce
If you really think about it, Cheesecake is kinda strange… It’s a dessert, but it’s made with cream cheese and sour cream? Whoever came up with this crazy idea though was doing something right because cheesecake is delicious! For me, it’s the graham cracker crust that really hooks me in. Since there’s isn’t always a […]Read More Cheesecake
Spinach and artichoke dip is delicious on its own, but why not jsut put that cheesy goodness into a nice carb boat! A close friend of mine suggested that I test out this recipe and I did not regret it. These bagels could be a snack for yourself or you can cut it up into […]Read More Spinach and Artichoke Bagels
So it’s called creamy vodka sauce, but that’s a slight lie. It is creamy in the sense that you are using heavy cream, but it’s chunky because you also use diced tomatoes in it. Either way it’s delicious, so does the name really matter? You can use whatever style pasta you prefer for this dish! […]Read More Creamy Vodka Sauce
Today, we will be exploring the wondrous world that is cauliflower. It’s basically just broccoli that didn’t turn green… On a more serious note, cauliflower can be used in a number of ways to make things such as burgers, pizza crust and rice. These two recipes both feature cauliflower as the main attraction and are […]Read More Cauliflower Two Ways!
The spice is nice, am I right? I mean maybe not too much spice, but the right amount is. My go too when adding spice to a dish is either sriracha sauce or jalapenos; which one I use depends on the dish. For this, sriracha was the victim. Ingredients 1 lb linguinie 2 tbsp olive […]Read More Spicy Noodles
Chocolate or nuts? Why not both! I mean the more the merrier, right? Now that it’s summer, it’s hot enough and no one wants to be stuck inside baking when they could be outside baking in the sun. These cookies could change your mind though. I know they’re not some extravagant kind of cookie, but […]Read More Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies
Burrito what. Burrito woah! It’s a burrito bowl! Basically, we are getting rid of the wrap and just putting all of the insides of a burrito into a bowl. Pretty simple right? No one said cooking had to be hard. This recipe truly is customizable though. As long as you have the base, you can […]Read More Burrito Bowl