About Fast2eat Recipes

About Fast2eat Recipes

Hey there!

My name is Susana, and I love learning and preparing new recipes! However, like many of you, I don’t have all the time in the world to cook.

I created Fast2eat to help people save time by sharing my favouriteFast2eatrecipes, techniques, tips, tricks, and skills to make your time (and ours) in the kitchen even more exciting and fun. These easy, healthy, nutritious recipes allow you to feed your family in record time, so you can spend more time together and less time in the kitchen. 

I grew up with a mother who was OBSESSED with cooking. She would spend all day in the kitchen trying new recipes, reading cookbooks, and watching every food program on TV. I inherited my love of food from my mother, but I did not inherit her love of being in the kitchen. Therefore, Fast2eat‘s mission is to save you time in the kitchen with these “Fast2eat” recipes and articles.

There is nothing I enjoy more than good food paired with good company and good wine (cheers!!!). Fast2eat‘s recipes allow you to spend your company without compromising the quality of your food. It simply does not get better than that!

I hope to inspire people to step into the kitchen and feel confident making easy, healthy, delicious meals. Remember, the most important ingredient in any Fast2eat recipe is love.


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Thank you for the Cheddar / chive bread machine recipe, I can’t wait to try it (I have chives in my garden but unfortunately a good sharp cheddar is not available here in Bolivia).

I have already made a similar bread called ‘Basil Bread’ although ‘Pizza Bread’ would be more accurate. It uses a drained tin of chopped tomatoes and a quarter cup of Mozzarella and of course Basil (4 tsp of dried is OK). What I did find is that the dough rose so much that the cooking bread lifted the lid of my bread maker, even when I reduced the ingredients to 3/4 of the original quantities. The next loaves I baked in my oven and they emerged perfectly.

I look forward to finding more recipes on your B;log.

Thanks again.


Hello Red, I am glad you are enjoying my recipes.
Yes you can definitely use Mozzarella cheese, I have already done it using it.
Some substitutes for cheddar include: Gouda, Monterrey Jack, Cantal, Edam, Double Gloucester, Colby and Mimolette.
Just remember that it’s always a good idea to open the bread machine’s lid during the second kneading cycle (usually after about 10 minutes or 35 for whole wheat cycle) and check the consistency of the doughball.
You can easily find all my bread recipes here.
Thanks for reading and sharing.
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