I hope everyone is staying warm in this chilly weather! My puppy Wayne is loving the snow and constantly digs his face into mounds of snow. I’ve been trying to get a picture of it because it’s incredibly adorable but I have yet to succeed. My fiance did take this picture today though:
I cannot believe how big he is now. He’s 6 months old and 14 lbs, but I think 2 lbs of that is just hair. I am in love with how shaggy and disheveled he is so we’re putting off a proper haircut for as long as we can. It’s been cold enough this winter that I hope Wayne appreciates the extra warmth his fluffiness provides 🙂
Anyway, it’s time again for Minimal Ingredient Mondays, a weekly link-up party where bloggers share their gluten and dairy-free recipes that have minimal ingredients. This week was a particular challenge to decide what recipes to highlight because all of the recipes that were shared looked absolutely delicious. It actually took me twice as long as it usually does to decide what recipes to highlight. Clearly looking at all the submissions here is a must! And when you’re done that, here are my favourites from last week:
Monster Turkey or Veggie Burgers with Eggplant Buns from Made to Glow
Golden Crispy Potatoes and Carrots with Southwest Seasoning from Swirls and Spice
Cashew Hemp Milk from Gluten-Free Cat
This week I’m submitting my Roasted Garlic Winter Veggie Mash:
There’s my submission to Minimal Ingredient Mondays, what will yours be this week?
Please review the following guidelines before linking up:
- Recipes should contain a minimal amount of ingredients. Remember, minimal is however you define it. Your recipe may have few ingredients or it may have less ingredients than it’s more traditional counterpart. Your recipe may even have a decent size list of ingredients but most of them are kitchen staples. All of the above are welcome!
- Recipe must be gluten and dairy-free. Bonus for recipes that are also plant-based.
- Lastly, please leave a link to your own recipe that goes to that week’s Minimal 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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Wayne is SO cute!!!! Celeste 🙂
Thanks! I feel like an overly proud mom lately and just can’t stop posting photos of him!
These all look so good. This week I am submitting my carrot cake energy bars
Thanks for linking-up, Monetta. Carrot cake is one of my favourite treats! I’m featuring your recipe this week. I love how you’ve made a decadent dessert into a healthy snack 🙂
Thank you so much. I really enjoyed them. They were just the boost I needed before yoga class.
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That mash looks so good! Thanks so much for sharing my Cashew Hemp Milk! I am sharing another milk today…Lucuma Almond. Have a great week!
Thanks for linking-up, Heather! I have a bag of lucuma powder in my cupboard that I haven’t used for a while. Looks like I’ll need to be digging it out soon 🙂
Mmmh… I can smell the roasted garlic winter mash – very nice. I also really like the other submissions this week. I’m sharing my healing & heartwarming winter soup with red lentils.
P.S. Wayne Rocks 🙂
I love red lentils! They always leave me feeling so full of energy. Thanks for linking-up, Sandra, hope to see you back soon 🙂 Also, I agree, Wayne does rock!