Here's a simple pizza bread using ketchup and spices for the sauce. Obviously it's not going to taste exactly like pizza but brother Tupos really likes it.
Brother Tupos came up with the idea because if I buy pizza sauce, I have to use it all up within a short time in the cooler so he suggested ketchup which lasts a long time. Don't laugh until you try it, its actually pretty good:-)
Here's a super easy smoothie that's nourishing and refreshing with great health benefits as well.
(I usually add the molasses and avacado:-)
I'm thankful the Lord provides such blessings of foods.
Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.
I hope you enjoy your smoothie but more so, give thanks to the Lord for it all.
* 8 oz sour cream
* 2 Tablespoons soup mix
Mix well and let sit several hours before serving.
It's a fast, cheap and healthy way to expand a finger food meal.
I actually found several of the soup mixes discounted but even full price I think they were $1.40 and you can get 4 dip mixes from each one and add that to the sour cream cost and it's less than $1.50 and takes minutes to do. Tastes great on other things as well.
I'm thankful for all the Lord provides and keeping food simple allows us godly women to redeem the time.
* Garbanzo Beans/chickpeas
* 2 Teaspoons oil
* Salt to taste
* Few teaspoons of left over water from the can
Put it all in a food processor until smooth.
You may need to add a bit more oil or water as you blend, you'll get the hang of it after the first time, it's super easy.
I have some garlic flavored olive oil but you can use any kind you want. I don't like olive oil that leaves that weird taste so I get one that super mild, some people use regular canola oil and such so use whatever you like.
There are all sorts of recipes online to flavor hummus the way you want to and they use all sorts of other ingredients that I'm sure are good but I have no desire for all that. I find that my basic recipe is good enough for us and I can spend my time on more important things. As I write this post, the garbanzo beans are .80 cents / can, that's a lot less than $3 for a container premade! My food processor cost $14 so making hummus 5 times has more than paid for it.
I'm thankful for simple van life foods that the Lord provides and allows us to have.