I had this recipe on Pinterest for the longest time to save for later. Since it featured quinoa and was (almost) kosher for Passover, I figured now was the perfect time to make them! They are so cute and yummy, full of vegetables and protein. I found this recipe on a blog that is full of great ideas and recipes – everything I have made from it has been great. I highly encourage you to check out The Slow Roasted Italian.
These are a perfect side dish with a meal, or could be an easy portable snack. They would also be great to serve as appetizers or hors d’oeuvres a party
Not everyone likely has pizza sauce lying around the kitchen, but we did, so I bought some pizza dough to go with it. I chose to use the veggies I had on hand, but I would love to do this with more planning and make a pizza where I plan out the flavors better (though that doesn’t really go with my “found in the fridge” motto). I used red peppers, olives, onion, and dried cranberries, but I would have added spinach or broccoli if I had it. You can use whatever you have or like. For instance, I don’t like mushrooms or tomatoes, but I could have used them too.
I first tasted this scrumptious lasagna at my friend Rebecca’s house. Everyone at dinner LOVED it, and I demanded the recipe. I haven’t gotten a chance to make it yet, so this was my first go. My cousin (who I’m staying with at the moment) suggested we throw in the roasted broccoli from last night. So, here it is: Continue reading