I’ll excuse you as you face-plant into this little sampler platter of goodies.
No judgments here. I’ll take three quiches, a bowl of chili, two muffins, some quinoa chili and a bite or four of yogurt dip. Okaaaaay, and some pasta too.
Remember when I talked about my recipe development project for Simple Truth in this post? Ya, me either. Ok wait. Remember the gajillion times I posted these gems on insta and withheld the recipes like a biatch? Ohhhhh yea. Rings a bell.
If you follow me on Instagram, you’re probably like “if she posts one more freaking crustless quiche hashtag vegetarian I may die.” And then I did. And look, we’re still friends! I promised they were coming though, didn’t I? Here they are….a fourth of them. I’m a little over halfway done.
Even when I find myself buried in basil, maple syrup and black beans, there’s absolutely nowhere I’d rather be.
Creating 40 recipes in two months has been no easy task. Picture this. It’s Sunday. I’m tired. Duh.
The story gets even better. I whip up a batch of crispy chickpea burgers, bake some chia cookies that any good hippie would freak for and maybe conjure up a little crockpot concoction. Then I realize that after three Simple Truth recipes, I still need a delish recipe to please my fabulous blog readers. And I have NOTHING.
I’m sweating peanut butter. There’s vanilla almond milk coming out of my pores.
Soooo you get one of those it’s-obviously-Monday recipes that’s kind of pitiful. A trained monkey could make it. It probably involves oatmeal and likely a tablespoon of chia seeds, too. Trust me, I know! Let’s still be BFFLs.
The simple truth (pun intended) is that this brand is one that I wholeheartedly believe in. I hope you become as obsessed with it as I am even though that’s probs not possible. If you want to make these recipes but there aren’t any ST products available in your neck of the woods, have no fear. You can use whatever brand you fancy. <—— Shhhhhh! Secret.
You’ve got like kind of a lot of cooking to do. Okeee byeee.