Stuffed & packed with flavour, you don’t want to miss these – they turned out even better than I imagined! This savoury & creamy combo is seriously mouth watering and will surely be a crowd pleaser.
“Before I knew it my whole body was pulsating. When I say full body I am not exaggerating in the slightest – the only part of my body that wasn’t tingling was my stomach – my head, face, lips, neck, shoulders, back, arms, hands, legs, feet, toes, EVERYTHING was pulsating. The feeling is almost indescribable. T”
If you’re not a salad person try warm salads! They are such a game changer and perfect for this cooler season. You can serve this dish as a main or as a side. It’s easy and the delicata squash is SO dreamy. Lucky for you I’m sharing my favourite way to cook Delicata Squash in this recipe! If you haven’t tried delicata squash before you are in for a TREAT! Seriously, they taste like candy and I never get over how delicious they are. If you’re anything like me, you’ll be making this dish more than once this week!
This is great to serve as a side or to add as a main part of a meal. Some of my favourite ways to eat it are paired with lentil “meatloaf” or “meatballs”, with portobello mushroom caps. I love this “lightened up” veggie packed version of this “mash” so much. This recipe is just as versatile as mashed potatoes and could probably fool someone if you served it in place of potatoes and didn’t tell them! My picky (and plain) younger brother even enjoys this recipe so that’s how I know it’s a winner.
My mom used to always make us (or let us make our own) mini pizzas on busy nights when we wanted pizza but it wasn’t a designated Friday homemade pizza night. Since then i’ve realized you can really make anything on a tortilla and anyone who doesn’t use this little life hack is seriously missing out (esp. if you’re a thin crust person)!
What’s better than a comforting bowl of tomato soup? This simple creamy tomato soup with hidden veggies of course! I actually threw this together on a whim and wrote down the recipe just incase it turned out – thankfully it did because now I get to share with you! This is a thicker/creamier version of tomato soup. My husband isn’t a big fan of thin/runny soups and likes a bit more texture, so this one was a bit of a compromise. I thickened it up with the cauliflower and coconut milk and added a nice crunch with the chickpeas!