Wednesday, May 08, 2013

Quizza

See the toasty goodness?

I've blogged about Ricki's delicious Chickpea Quizza before... but just in case you missed the memo, here I am to blog about it again. I love this recipe so much. It's simple, practically effortless, and full of nutrition. Recently I made a big double batch of quizzas - with zucchini, chard, and sun-dried tomatoes as my veggies. After they were perfectly baked, I cut each one into quarters and froze them.

Along with some fruit and a cuppa joe, they make a really perfect breakfast. Savory, filling, high-protein, and yummy! I just take a slice out of the freezer and warm in my toaster oven for 15-20 minutes, and I'm good to go. I just finished the last slice, so it looks like it's time for me to make some more.


7 comments:

  1. Oh I'm so glad you posted this! I forgot that I really wanted to try this recipe when I read it on Ricki's blog ages ago! Have it on the menu for dinner tomorrow. :)

    E.

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  2. I love when food is rich with protein, they make me feel so full and happy when I'm done. :)
    This quizza you made looks delicious and just makes me hungry all over again!

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  3. I'd have to agree — great recipe!

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  4. mmmm this looks so good!

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  5. Thank you for the reminder that I need to make this again! I haven't had it in ages (one of the byproducts of being a food blogger. . .all new foods, all the time!). Yours looks fantastic! And may I just say, that Frangelicake looks. . . Frangelic?!! Drool, drool! :D

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    1. yes, I TOTALLY know what you mean. Always on to the next thing! I had so much fun with this batch last week that I am going to make more this week. Yummmmmm!

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