Smoked Salmon and Goat Cheese Pizza

Every Last Crumb Review + Smoked Salmon and Goat Cheese Pesto Pizza

I was perusing Instagram one night when I happened to see a post from @brittany_angell asking food bloggers to identify themselves. I hardly consider myself a food blogger — updating once a week is lucky for me, and my lack of DSLR makes my pictures fall short of my own standards. But, I like sharing recipes, and it’s something to do in my free time. So I commented on the post, identifying myself as a novice food blogger.

To my amazement, @brittany_angell herself commented on one of my pictures, telling me she loves my blog name and wanted to send me an advance copy of her book, Every Last Crumb: Paleo Bread and Beyond! Starstruck, I almost squealed like a child. And that doesn’t happen often. In case you didn’t know, Brittany Angell is a gluten free baking genius…probably most popular for her insane paleo crispy waffle recipe.

Every Last Crumb by Brittany Angell

Although I was never asked to review the cookbook, after receiving this stunning piece of work I feel like it’s necessary. I’ll just jump right into it!

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Baked Plantain Fries

Baked Plantain Fries

 

Fact: plantains are freaking awesome.

I had my first experience with plantains when I was a kid and my mom had decided we needed to branch out and try new kinds of produce. Unfortunately, this was pre-Internet-for-everything, so the only inkling of how to use a plantain was from the label at the grocery store: “Like A Banana!” Okay, sure thing. You can probably imagine how well we liked green plantains after our first taste-test.

Needless to say, I’m glad I gave plantains another chance a year or two ago. I can’t seem to survive without them in my apartment. And though I’m totally fine just frying plantains, I like to experiment sometimes, too. Thus, I made Baked Plantain Fries, and they make me happy.

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Ginger Butternut Squash Soup

 

Hey look! A recipe that isn’t a baked good or dessert! This is a big deal!

Of course, dessert isn’t the only thing I eat. However, most of my meals are so basic they aren’t worth sharing a recipe for. But, this Ginger Butternut Squash Soup is an exception. Creamy, popping with spicy ginger, and using one of the world’s best squashes as a base, this soup is definitely worth making.

Ginger Butternut Squash Soup

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Layered Pumpkin Pie Chia Pudding

Here I am, finally joining in on the PUMPKIN ALL THE THINGS craze. Not that I haven’t made pumpkin the base of my food pyramid already—glance around my Facebook page or Instagram and you’ll see that pumpkin has become a huge part of my life. I might even say we’re going steady.

I’ve been having Bulletproof(R) Pumpkin Spice Lattes every. single. day. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s actually the most fun and delicious part of my day. It’s a shame I have to rush through it 64% of my mornings to get to work on time. To make sure I have somewhat adequate time for my morning coffee ritual, it’s nice to have breakfasts pre-prepared.

That’s where chia puddings come in.

Layered Pumpkin Chia Pudding

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