crustless pizza

crustless pizza

crustless pizza

Another Nigella Lawson favorite in our family is this crustless pizza. The hubs is okay with it but E and I enjoy it for lunch whenever we have cold meats in the fridge we need to use up. It is very easy to whip up but does require a cook time of 30 minutes in the oven at 400°F so do take into account the amount of time your oven needs to preheat.

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BLW: Banana Bread (with honey/agave)

banana bread with honey/agave

I love banana bread but usually find it too sweet. This recipe is adapted from a banana chocolate chip muffin recipe. I tried making the muffins (sans chips) but they didn’t turn out as well and the muffins were hard to remove from the muffin liners. Why not make it into a loaf then? It took a couple of tries before I got the bake time right, but basically you make the batter and bake it at the same temperature and time as you would for a loaf of banana bread.

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two-ingredient banana pancakes

two-ingredient banana pancakes

I have not gone paleo. I am not on a diet (though maybe I should be). I just had very ripe bananas on my counter and an excess of eggs. Also, I was running out of ideas what to feed my toddler for breakfast and bananas and eggs happen to be some of her favorite foods.

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BLW: Cheese and Lentil Wedges

This is a recipe I tried from the BLW Cookbook. It is a fairly simple recipe that can be put together in an hour or less. Of all the recipes I have tried so far, E likes these the most. E likes to mush them into smaller crumbly bits and eat each bit. The wedges (or sticks) freeze well and reheat well in the microwave. I also pack them for on-the-go meals. The hubs and I enjoy these as well.

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