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
It’s a cliche: Everyone resolves to start a new diet or go to the gym more on January 1.
Nevertheless, I think taking care of yourself is important, and I want to support those who are making fresh starts. I’ve started my diet again now that I’m on winter break. I had a lot of success this summer on The I Diet. The main ideas of the diet are cutting out most carbs and eating a high-protein, high-fiber diet. One of my favorite recipes is the Soda Bread, a rich and nutty bread designed to keep you full longer.
I highly recommend the diet, and I’ll be posting some of my recipes that I make from the book or that I modified.