Pasta Recipes

I always keep a bag of tortellini in the freeze for those...I need something quick times. Before Thrive Life and freeze dried foods, it meant that my bag of tortellini went into some boiling water or broth or spaghetti sauce and called it done for the day. With Thrive Life freeze dried foods we're able to jazz it up with minimal effort and no extra cooking time. Example...I would never add chicken to anything because... Read more →


I love pumpkin recipes! This recipe is made in one pan since you add the pasta right in and let it all cook together. You can use whatever veggies and I found this was a nice mix. We used mostly Thrive Life ingredients because of convenience. I just don't have a little of this and a little of that on hand and we always work toward having the least waste as possible. Thrive foods are... Read more →


I had 4 ounces of cream cheese leftover from when I made the Pulled Pork and Cream Cheese Soft Tacos and tossed this together. I love using Thrive freeze dried kale because of the convenience. When I buy kale from the store, it's hard to use it within a week and this way I just scoop what I need and there is no waste. Kale has many health benefits and using freeze dried kale is... Read more →


Did the word cheesy catch your attention? I know it always does for me. While this recipe isn't the cheesy, ooey and gooey type, it does contain 2 cheeses blended into a sauce. That qualifies for cheesy, right? I couldn't help but gaze into the pan of goodness just before I added water. Such a colorful meal! The best part of this was it took me less than 2 minutes to toss this all in... Read more →


I'm all about making a recipe as quick and easy as it can get and when I can make it in one skillet, pot or pan - Booyah, it's a winner! I remember my mom making homemade spaghetti sauce and cooking it for HOURS and smelling it all day until my appetite was voracious and I could have inhaled the whole pot of spaghetti before it hit the plate. However, that's never been me. I've... Read more →