5-Ingredient Mondays- Baba Ghanoush and Pistachio Butter

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I’m currently visiting my parents for the long weekend so I’m going to make this short and sweet so I can get back to visiting 🙂

It’s time again for 5-Ingredient Mondays, a weekly link-up party where bloggers share their delicious 5-ingredient gluten-free recipes. You can check out last weeks submissions here. My top picks from last week are both dips/spreads. Clearly I’ve been in the mood for creamy and delicious foods!

Baba Ghanoush from Coconut and Berries

Baba Ghanoush

Pistachio Butter from The Healthy Maven

Pistachio Butter

This week I’m submitting my Homemade Pumpkin Puree:

Vitamix Pumpkin Puree

There’s my submission to 5 Ingredient Mondays, what will yours be this week?

Please review the following guidelines before linking up:

  1. Recipe should contain 5 ingredients or less, pantry staples excluded. So basically anything that is likely to be found in most peoples kitchen/pantry does not count as an ingredient, neither do optional ingredients. Examples of kitchen/pantry staples may include spices, baking soda, baking powder, milk/non-dairy milk, oils, etc.
  2. Recipe must be gluten-free. Bonus for recipes that are also dairy-free and double bonus for plant-based recipes.
  3. Lastly, please leave a link to your own recipe that goes to that week’s 5-Ingredient Monday post, not on this static page.

Your recipes don’t need to be from this week, but it does need to be your own recipe. I will sometimes share photos of the recipes with links back to your blog, so by sharing your recipe, you are giving me permission to use your photo and link back to your recipe. 

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xoxo Erin


12 thoughts on “5-Ingredient Mondays- Baba Ghanoush and Pistachio Butter

    • Thanks for linking-up your Maple Applesauce recipe. I actually went apple picking the other weekend and have a house full of apples now. I’ll definitely be using a bunch of them to make your applesauce. I’ve featured your recipe this week 🙂 Hope to see you back!

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    • I know! I hate how expensive some nuts are. Your vanilla bean cashew cream looks like it will taste great on almost everything! Thanks for linking-up, hope to see you back this week 🙂

  3. Fall is all about comfort food! Oooh, pistachio butter is intriguing! This week I’m linking up my new Flourless Chocolate Cookies. They should be called Chocolate Chocolate Chip Less Cookies. 😉 I love that one can get great chocolate flavor without having to have chocolate chips on hand. 🙂

    Have a good week, Erin!

    • I hate it when I run out of chocolate chips and have a serious chocolate craving. These cookies will definitely be my new solution! Thanks for linking-up, Shirley. Hope to see you back this week!

  4. And Happy Thanksgiving, Erin! I love that you Canadians celebrate your Thanksgiving in early October. That is the perfect time of year! 🙂

    • Pumpkin puree is definitely a similar texture as butternut squash puree, but pumpkin has a stronger distinct flavour. I can’t believe you can’t even buy it in tins in the UK! My jaw has dropped to the floor! Anyway, thanks for linking-up your homemade almond milk. I love making my own. It tastes so fresh that way 🙂

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