Who doesn’t love pizza? For my family, frozen pizza is a staple for those busy days. And since I can never find pizzas with toppings I like (aka non meaty toppings), I buy cheese and top it myself. Right now I am loving some kind of onion (usually red onion, but shallots tonight) and sun dried tomato. Simple and delicious.
! So I've been good and healthy all year, but I'm 8 months pregnant, and it's the holidays, so I made rich comfort foods today. BUT, I did double every recipe and froze one batch for later.
1. Sun-dried Tomato Basil Pesto Quiche: A crust of hashbrowns and butter, filled with cream, eggs, gouda, sundried tomatoes, basil, and pesto. (Vegetarian and Gluten Free)
2. Cauliflower Crave Soup: Pureed cauliflower with cream, butter, broth, corn starch, dijon, jack cheese, cheddar, and parmesan. Topped with chives. (Vegetarian and GF)
3. Deep Dush Cheesy Broccoli Brown Rice: Rice with butter, broth, corn starch, cream, jack cheese, and parmesan. (Vegetarian and GF)
All recipes were from Seriously Good Freezer Meals .
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This weekend was so very much needed. No plans, no to do list, nowhere to be. The abundant sunshine today made it even better ☀️The holiday season can be a little crazy with lots of holiday parties, traveling, and buying gifts. Don’t forget to slow down and just enjoy whatever you’re doing at that moment without worrying about all the things you need to do ✨
Anyways, whipped up a little at home brunch today with arugula, 2 pasture raised soft boiled eggs with everything but the bagel seasoning, and roasted fingerling potatoes with sun-dried tomato basil pesto. This pesto is something you’ll want to put on everything from potatoes, crackers, toast, eggs, or even just by the spoonful 🙌🏻
1. Drain one jar of sun-dried tomatoes but save the oil.
2. In a food processor, combine sun-dried tomatoes, 1 cup basil, 1/4 cup walnuts, pinch of salt and pepper, and juice from half a lemon.
3. Process until a paste forms and then stream in about 1/4 cup of the reserved olive oil from sun-dried tomatoes. Taste and adjust seasonings.
4. Store in a sealed container in the fridge for about 5 days!!