Miss Robbie’s Collard Greens Recipe doesn’t have a collard greens recipe. She doesn’t cook at all.
But she’s just published “The 37 Best Websites to Learn Something New,” so here’s one of the websites in her research.
Find a collard greens recipe somewhere on this list whenever you’re ready to learn something new!
Top 9 Amazing Miss Robbie’s Collard Greens Recipe
1. Eating Pickles Out of the Jar
This could be your first meal, or it could just be an addition to some boring old sandwich you’re eating. Eating pickles out of the jar is one of the easiest and most delicious ways to get your greens in… and keep your mouth busy!
2. Pickled Red Onions
I throw these on sandwiches, burgers, salads… whatever you’ve got. They’re easy to make and keep in the fridge when you forget to eat your greens.
3. Caprese Salads
This “recipe” is so twisted and convoluted that I will link you to an article on how to make one. Because honestly, there are a million articles about Caprese salads, it’s a matter of preference more than anything else.
4. Crispy Collard Greens
Okay, so I’m not going to claim that these are crispy. But if you’re bored of collard greens, you may want to try a different presentation for your gardens.
Not only are these crispy, but the chow-chow and the “pepper” sauce add such great flavor to the greens that you’d be surprised at how tasty this is!
5. Baked Grits with Collard Greens
I mean, it’s collard greens on grits. What more do you need? Other Amazing Miss Robbie’s Collard Greens Recipe
6. Refried Beans with Collard Greens
Oh, look at you! You just made beans and greens. But of course, this is the collard greens recipe that will show up on all the top lists, so I haven’t published it yet. It’s too good to ruin.
7. Collard Greens and Chicken Gumbo
This is a really solid collard greens recipe that’s sure to please. It’s full of flavor, takes less than an hour to make, and it’s still healthy! What could be better?
8. Caramelized Onion and Collard Greens Flatbread
Coincidentally (not really), this is another recipe that I intend to publish at some point in the future. But I think it’s important to share this recipe with the world so that you can enjoy those greens too. Plus, flatbread!
9. Collard Green and Cheese Drop Biscuits
These are a lot like the drop biscuits that mom made when you were a kid. You may not have ever seen collard green and cheese drop biscuits on your plate, but they’re delicious… trust me.
Yeah, that’s right. This is just the beginning. Don’t forget to check back when you’re hungry and feel like eating some collard greens recipe!
Or better yet, if you see a collard greens recipe on this list that looks delicious and you want to try it, you can do that now! Remember: It’s new year’s resolutions season, so get on it. I’ll wait here for you.