Do you ever wish we could all get along like we used to in middle school? Are you dreaming of baking a cake filled with rainbows and smiles so everyone can eat and be happy? Well, this Toronto Mean Girls actress is making those dreams come true and you don’t even have to leave the house.
Toronto-based Jan Caruana, a.k.a Emma Gerber from the hugely popular movie, now has the sweetest foodie Instagram account.
And you can follow along and cook up a meal that’s just so fetch. Yes, fetch is happening.
And, in Caruana’s cafeteria, you’re welcome to sit at absolutely any table you want.
Not only do the University of Toronto graduate's recipes toss Regina George’s diet rules out of the window, but each meal comes with a super uplifting comment as well.
Her bio even reads: “Just a girl with a small kitchen and a big heart, who is happy if you try your best.”
Well, isn't that the cutest?
So if you’re looking for something to do while you’re practicing social distancing, head over to @twolittlesandwhiches for some “Stayin’ In Tuna,” Momofuku cake, fried chicken, and more drool-worthy treats.
Honestly, our mouths are already watering.
But is butter a carb, though?
Stayin' In Tuna Casserole
On March 17, Jan shared this super easy, super cheesy tuna casserole. In the video, which you can watch here, you'll see the actress rocking her day-three COVID-19 lockdown hair (same, girl, same) as she walks you through the meal step-by-step.
Not only is this recipe super cheap, but as the Mean Girls star points out, you probably already have all the ingredients in your home.
You go Jan Caruana, four for you Jan Caruana!
Now, this recipe might not be as affordable or as easy to follow along as the tuna casserole, but our fifth sense is telling us it's going to be delicious.
As Jan points out in her video, "you're not going to find cauliflower in this thing, you're not going to find anything healthy. In fact, the first two ingredients listed are butter and lard so let's just all make peace with this, let's all say a silent prayer for our arteries."
How does a little Korean fried chicken sound while you're on lockdown? Pretty darn good if you ask us.
You can follow along as Jan and her friend cook up this finger-licking feast. There's a 30% chance we're already making this.
So if you've already rewatched Mean Girls 1000 times this past week, and simply can't wait for the upcoming musical to get your next fix, why not join Emma Gerber, partial homecoming queen and at-home-chef, in making something delicious?
Get in, loser, we're staying home and cooking with Jan.