Happy Monday! I say that with a smile because I am DONE!!
I’m sorry about not being able to comment on my blog. Something wacky is going on and I have no idea what? I’m trying to install a new comment section so I can reply to your comments too, so if you want to comment, please come to facebook!
By now everyone should know about my love for PIZZA!
The hubby has been gone for the whole week but I was lucky enough to have one of my BFF’s in town visiting and we had an AMAZING TIME! She kept me busy!
One night we decided to do a PIZZA party and fun happened!
The one thing that I love about this friend – whenever we are together we laugh bunches – just like we did when we were 15. On top of that, she is a photographer, foodie and works with kids – so we have lots in common.
Anyways, pizza making was no different – we had a great time!
Our pizza’s were very different – but they both looked amazing non the less;
T’s included Italian salad dressing as the base – mushrooms and cheese!
Mine was hummus base – zucchini, onion, mushrooms, artichoke, sundried tomatoes, fresh tomatoes – Herb de Providence.
Who says pizza with no cheese isn’t good? When the hummus cooks – it gives the feeling of cheese to the pizza – at least the creaminess!
This pizza is awesome cold too!!
I’d share the crust recipe (the BEST crust recipe I’ve found) but it’s found on the back of the pizza yeast jar!
Hope you enjoyed!
ps. Wednesday I’ll have up all my Trader Joe’s goodies! Rumour has it that the hubby brought me back TONS of goodies! SOOOOOOOOOOOO excited!
Your blog is looking great by the way. I love it.
And can I please be invited to your next pizza party? I want a slice of every pie there!
Your pizza looks amazing - way better than the cheezy one IMO. It's actually making me a bit jealous, so I'll need to find a decent gluten-free crust recipe soon. Great pictures, as well. Did you take those or was it your friend?ReplyDelete
Hummus on a pizza?? I am going to have to try that!ReplyDelete
I saw your comment on Raw On $10 about savory breakfast ideas and I thought I'd share some.ReplyDelete
- avocado "eggs" (sliced/ halved avocados with centers filled with a drizzle of syrup, salt and nutritional yeast)
- a big salad (simple, easy, tasty)
- a savory smoothie (like a gazpacho soup or other savory soups)
- chopped vegetables (like bell peppers) dipped in zucchini hummus or guacamole
Also, here's a link to a "scramble" recipe (but it looks a tad complex)ReplyDelete
that looks like so much fun! and yummy!ReplyDelete
I can't comment on your post from Sunday ... but this one I can!!!ReplyDelete