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December 31, 2021
Celebrate New Year’s Eve in style with this easy to make yet super delish hummus with the side of cheezy crackers. With all of the champagne and festive cocktails that will be consumed before (and after) midnight, this combo is a perf New Year’s Eve appy. Don’t cry because it’s over; smile because hummus dip happened.
We bet you'll love this appy combo. It's:
〰 creamy + crispy 〰 hearty + tender〰 customizable + flavourful〰 lemony + cheezy〰 wholesome + customizable〰 easy to make + so delicious
TIME NEEDED: 30 minutes
1. Preheat the oven to 350°.
2. Place your amaranth rice crackers on a cutting board. Using your desired shape of a cookie cutter, cut out your rice cake stars/hearts/you name it or you can also cut your rice cakes into smaller pieces.
3. Brush each side of the cracker with the EVOO. Cover your baking tray with a parchment paper and place your crackers on it.
4. Top each cracker with shredded cheeze and a pinch of paprika and pop in the oven for 3 to 5 minutes until the cheeze is melted.
5. Cut your Hokkaido pumpkin in half and remove all seeds. Brush both halves with a bit of olive oil and bake at 350° for around 35 minutes.
6. Put baked pumpkin into a high speed blender or a food processor, add chickpeas, garlic, lemon juice and a bit of olive oil.
7. Blend all ingredients until you have a smooth paste. If your hummus turns out to be too thick, add more olive oil. Add salt to taste, pop some bubbly and let's celebrate.
We'd like to use this opportunity to wish you a wonderful start to your 2022. 🎉
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December 30, 2021
Looking for a last-minute (holiday) recipe to bring to a party? Say no more cause we've got you covered! No need to make a batch of chocolate chip cookies when you can whip up some chocolate bark.
This chocolate bark recipe is super easy to make and we bet you have all of the ingredients in your pantry already. Today, we're sharing our fave chocolate bark recipe, plus tips on how to change it up.
December 01, 2021
Quick, filling and made mostly of pantry ingredients, this chili/tortilla soup mash-up is calling your name. (Shhh. Listen closely.) Garnish it with the toppings of your choice: we like avocado, vegan sour cream, and chopped cilantro, but you can add shredded cheeze, pickled or fresh jalapeños, and/or sliced scallions or radishes.
You can use any tortilla chips you like (we recommend going with Corn Quinoa crackers)—they add body and flavor to the soup itself and go on top for extra oomph. You could also fry or bake your own stale tortillas, cut into strips.
October 24, 2021
It is that time of year again! 🎃⚡👽 Time to go pumpkin picking, carve your jack-o-lantern, buy/make your Halloween costume, and bake/make some tasty Halloween treats. When you need easy (as well as vegan and gluten free) Halloween treats in a hurry, it just doesn’t get any easier than these adorable little Halloween rice krispie treats ghosts… 👻 From start to finish they take just about 15 minutes (plus cooling time)!