Sometimes writing a post takes way longer than I expect. Usually it’s because someone plops there head on half of my keyboard and I don’t have the heart to move it:
Other times it’s just an ear, but that ear twitches in the most adorable of ways with the slightest touch:
And sometimes I just can’t sequence words together in a coherent manner…so I post photos of Wayne and blame him for my writers block 🙂 I’ll let you guess which of the above has caused me to take an excessively long time to put this post together! Luckily it’s time again for Minimal Ingredient Mondays so I don’t need to say much more than explain that Minimal Ingredient Mondays is a weekly link-up party where bloggers share their gluten and dairy-free recipes that have a minimal amount of ingredients. You can check out last week’s submissions here and here are my favourites from last week:
Amaranth and Banana Porridge from Carrie on Vegan
Carrot Cake Energy Bars from Sayana Lifestyle
This week I’m submitting my Blueberry Squash Pudding:
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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Your dog is so cute 😀
Sharing a gluten-free & dairy-free recipe for kale pesto, which is a nice way to use up dark leafy greens. (I love kale, but mustard greens or arugula would make the pesto nice ‘n spicy!)
Thanks for hosting!
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Oh, my cat does the same thing! Blueberry Squash Pudding sounds intriguing. Before I run off to check it out I’m sharing a raw zucchini hemp banana bread. Enjoy your week!
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Wayne is so adorable! Oh and your muffin creations 😉
I would love to share my minimalistic Valentine’s menu. Would that be ok? It is a selection of three minimalist ingredients recipes from my blog…
That sounds fantastic, Sandra! Minimalistic menus are definitely welcome 🙂
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