Roasted Chili Lime Chickpeas //

Better than chips (okay most of the time)! Toss chickpeas in olive oil, salt, pepper, chili powder, lime zest, and a squeeze of lime juice. Roast at 400f for 15-20 minutes until nice and golden. Top with a sprinkle of salt, extra zest, and another squeeze of lime!

Veggie Sliders w Tahini Mayo // Pretty Eats on Made By Girl

Hi there, today I’m bringing you one of my favorite recipes, Veggie Sliders with Tahini Mayo! These snack-sized burgers are great for lunch or dinner, and make adults and kids alike super happy.

Head on over to Made By Girl to see my full recipe!

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Pretty EATS on MADE BY GIRL // Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash

Happy Thanksgiving, my friends! I’m back with Made By Girl with some edible inspiration. As we approach this delicious holiday, I thought, “Why not try a super healthy dish and drizzle it in cream sauce?” Why not?! 

Run on over to Made By Girl for more images and full recipe for Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash with Honey Mustard Cream.

 

Pretty Eats on Made by Girl // Pomegranate & Roasted Delicata Squash Autumn Salad

 Today I’m back with  MADE BY GIRL serving up an Autumn-inspired salad. A seasonal celebration on a plate // see full post and more photos here!

Pomegranate & Roasted Delicata Squash Salad // Pretty EATS on Made By Girl

Cabernet Gorgonzola Burgers with Edible SLO Magazine //

Cabernet Gorgonzola Burgers with Edible SLO Magazine // Pretty EATS

A benefit of working with Edible San Luis Obispo Magazine is all the new recipes I get to try.  This is how the Cabernet Gorgonzola Burger came into my life. How could these ingredients go wrong in one of humankind’s greatest creations, the BURGER. What made this extra mouth-watering is the Sriracha sauce and the caramelized onions. There’s a lot of bold flavors going on here. On the side, this Red Wine Apple Slaw was a welcomed crunchy, tangy addition to the dish. // note: I strayed a bit from the recipe and tested wine in the burger mixture. We loved the flavor that comes from adding 1/2 cup wine to the beef. 

Red Wine Apple Slaw with Edible SLO Magazine // Pretty EATS

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