My soft whole wheat tortilla recipe has proved to be so popular online that I’ve decided to re-do it! This means new photos, a new blog post and a more accurate recipe card to make the process as fail-proof as it could possibly be. If you’ve been following my blog for any time at all, you’ll know I love to make as much as I can from scratch – hello homemade peanut butter! – and homemade tortillas are no exception.
This easy vegan chili recipe deserves a place on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. You know why? Because it is the one and only vegan I’ve ever served to my boyfriend which he loved and asked for seconds of. Okay, so he might have covered it with cheese before devouring it, but that’s not the point. To normal people, this healthy vegan chili tastes amazing, without the need to cover it in totally non-vegan cheese.
How do you feel about brussels sprouts? I think they’re a love-hate vegetable. Not like people either love or hate them. More like people love to hate them! But me? I absolutely love brussels sprouts and serve them all-year-round! In December, I go into serious brussels-overdrive and pack them into almost every dish I possibly can. And I’m glad to see I’m not the only one – Jessica from How Sweet It Is has an amazing Brussels Sprouts Pizza and Brussels Sprouts Lasagna! Don’t they just look amazing?
Apologies in advance for the obnoxious number of photos in this blog post, but I simply couldn’t help it. This pizza really is so amazing that I felt the need to show you what it looks like from every single angle possible. Then cut a slice off and show you what it looks like after that from every single angle.
Totally unnecessary from most people’s points of view – everyone knows what pizza looks like, right? But entirely necessary from my point of view, since I need to make sure you fully get how incredible this pizza is and understand just how much you need it in your life right now!
When roasted potatoes just aren’t golden, crispy and fluffy enough, it’s time to bring out the crispy smashed potatoes! Although these small mouthfuls of deliciousness are very similar to roasted potatoes, they have one huge advantage – the broken, uneven outside skin. When covered in olive oil and baked, this skin develops the ultimate crispy texture which will leave you wanting more with every single bite.