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My family loves marinara. I think I have a love-hate relationship with tomatoes.. Pesto is my answer to all the tomatoes that I get subjected to.. I love pistachios and zucchini. This is a comfort food I can dig into anytime ... too bad if my waist line groans.. Oh, I have sneaked in some tomatoes into this one .. just for color.He is not invited to be part of the official recipe 😊 There is no garlic in the recipe too, as sometimes I restrict the use of garlic in my cooking. Feel free to add in some chopped garlic, if you love your pastas garlicky..
For the Play Along Pasta challenge, I created this fun recipe illustration of a recipe that is a bit off the beaten path for pasta, but is full of flavor and easy to make. Great for fall and winter, but simple enough for all seasons.
Looking for something simple? Easy to make? Wonderfully tasty! Bring Italy to your taste buds with this recipe and all of its garlic-y goodness! I sometimes make this with tequila lime chicken wings for a yummy dinner :)
Pudding base: Take two tablespoons of chia seeds.
Add to your favorite plant based or regular milk.
Add one teaspoon of honey (or any sweetener of your choice) and stir until combined (I’ve also added almond or vanilla extract for a hint of flavor, just a dash or two).
Chill in fridge for at least two hours so chia pudding mixture can become more gel like.
Toppings and extras: Feel free to add any toppings you want! My favorites are granola, bananas, strawberries, blueberries, coconut shavings, mango or pineapple chunks, strawberry jam, Nutella, possibilities are endless.
**Below is my favorite/ go to combo, but feel free to create your own. Mix and match flavors, fruits, toppings (try cocoa powder, or hot cocoa mix in the pudding before chilling for chocolatey pudding deliciousness) to make it your own! **