I love the idea of spiralizing my vegetables, but I have yet to really do it. This new book, Inspiralized, might just be the push I need.
Homemakers by Brit Morin from Brit + Co is filled with simple recipes, simple DIY home improvements, beauty tips, and even recommendations for apps. Basically, this book is redefining “homemakers” for the modern day.
I recently discovered a site called Pick Your Plum. It’s similar to all those deal sites out there. Every day they feature about 5 new items that will be on sale for the next 72 hours or while supplies last. You can find deals for clothes, for crafting, for baking, and so much more. To be honest, it’s so terrible for me. I can’t resist looking at deals as soon as they’re posted. I’ve already made several purchases including baking stencils, gift boxes, plaid button down shirts, fabric…
I need this Double Chocolate Brownie Irish Car Bomb Cheesecake from Half Baked Harvest in my life right now.
While we’re browsing Half Baked Harvest, let’s also take look at these Spinach Artichoke Bacon Stuffed Soft Pretzels. Yes pretty please.
This Chicken Zucchini Noodle Soup from Inspiralized has me soo intrigued. Doesn’t it look delish and healthy?
I would never have thought to add kale to my fried rice, but I’m definitely wanting to try after seeing this Garlic Kale and Cashew Fried Rice from How Sweet Eats.
Roasted Garlic and Bacon Spinach Dip from Sally’s Baking Addiction is soo up my alley. I really want some now. What’s not to like?
Chocolate chip cookies are already irresistible on their own, but this! this Big Salty Chocolate Chip Cookies with Caramel from Desserts for Two sounds like heaven.
Red Velvet Brownie Cookies from Cooking is My Sport sounds absolutely amazing. As always, I have a weakness for brownies.
Thanks for reading my Wallflower Weekly Faves! Have a great weekend!
words' nymphet says
Woah! That’s some inspiring food writing!
Let us know what you think of the Inspiralized! My food writing students and I are intrigued by the concept. Look forward to seeing how you use it.
Brit C. says
Agree! I started spiralizing after deciding to cut down on my processed carb intake, remaking some of my favorite dishes with zoodles (Pad Thai, for instance.) Now I’m addicted!
I bought my husband a spiralizer for Christmas. What a game changer! We’re yet to try curly fries (we talk about it though) but make zucchini noodles lots! Looking forward to seeing a recipe of yours with spiraly veg 😉 Chrissy x
I’m in the same boat when it comes to my spiralizer. Despite my intentions, it sits in my cupboard unopened.
Jenna at Boston Chic Party says
I’m loving zoodles right now too! I really need to pick up Inspiralized’s book!
Once you go down the zoodle path, there’s no turning back… 😉