‘Tutti Frutti, all over rootie!’ You’ll have to wait for up to 8 hours, for these fruity roll-ups to cook in the oven at a lower temperature. But it’ll be worth, you’ll see. ‘A-wop-bop-a-loo-lop/ a-lop-bam-boo!’
Let’s again say ‘hello’ to French cuisine. This time with a terrine made with ham and veggies. After patiently waiting for it to harden in the fridge, turn the pan over, slice the terrine and serve it cold or at room temperature.
Let’s make a simple ganache, all buttery and chocolaty, flavored with vanilla, coffee, and lime zest. You can use it to fill any pastries or glaze any cake you’d like, but this time, we’re going to season ours with pistachio and eat it as it is!
Don’t let the name mislead you. This isn’t a cauliflower-topped pizza. This pizza is all cauliflower and is gluten-free as it uses no dough at all! What’s more, we topped it with bell pepper, bacon (duh!), and two types of cheese.
How about a hearty main course where sunny-side-ups are the stars of the show? That’s right. The tangy acidic mixture of tomatoes and bell peppers, flavored with coriander, oregano, onion, and garlic, is here to highlight the fried eggs.
THIS is one sure way to get your kids to eat fruits! Rest assured that these funny bites will definitely please even the pickiest little ones, so now you know what you’ll be serving to the next apple party. Beware, they’ll ask for more.
Some of us would always choose this way to begin their beautiful day. Banana and berries, yogurt and cereal, all drizzled with agave syrup. The sweetest and yummiest breakfast ever, ready in only 5 minutes.
Did you know that alphabet pasta has a history of over 100 years old? It’s been more than a century since people (especially kids) started eating those funny bits of pasta. We’re doing it, too with this vegetarian soup.