I love me some guacamole, and though I love eating corn chips, they aren’t exactly the best for my digestion. I found this cracker recipe (and made some tweaks) in Food 52’s Vegan cookbook, and it’s the perfect alternative for the corn chips with my guac! Here is what you’ll need: 1/4 cup chia […]
Cauliflower chia seed cracker/ bread DAY BEFORE: Soak Almonds, Soak Chia * FIRST STEP: * Soak Chia Seeds in the 3/4 cup of water let stand until thickened (20 min or more) SECOND STEP: 1 head cauliflower chopped IN food processor (you’ll need 3 cups) (you won’t use the whole head) 3/4 cup almonds (pre-soaked) […]
I am not a food blogger and have no aspiration to be one. I do, however, love to keep my best creations handy to visit over and over again. So in this category, you’ll see my most favorite “tried and true” recipes that I make often. Many times, I’ll see a recipe from one of […]
Video This pizza crust is really really really good and I would not miss “real pizza” at all. The only thing I would do differently (and my friend Dawn agrees) is this: This pizza will serve 4 people so I would divide the crust in two. I would also add a bit more garlic and […]
These chips turned out wonderful the very first time I made them. They take anywhere from 12-16 hours to fully dry. Do not turn them too soon. I will update this post the next time I make them which will be soon and tell you how long on each side. They are scrumptuous and my husband said “get them away from me or I’ll eat them all”. The batch made alot of chips. Next time I’ll tell you how many, but easily enough to feed a crowd or us for a few weeks. You could, of course change up the spices to suit your taste.
They are wonderful. Thank you David.