About four months ago I made a huge pizza and I had tomato sauce left over. I thought "pizza would be perfect for VLC! It's fun and picky eaters can conveniently change the toppings and..." Then I checked the fridge. Upon opening said jar of tomato sauce a huge white fluffy mass of [mold] sat happily afloat my pizza base. How opportune! So I came up with the next best way to make mini pizzas with less sauce (Don't judge- I had to use ketchup in lieu of it. Still tastes great!). Now we have for you cute little pizza slider muffins! No joke, this is probably the easiest, fastest recipe I've done on here.
What can you change in 30 days... It's just enough time to gain or lose a habit- check out shetakesontheworld's video above! This school year, why not try to be healthier, expand your compassion, and shake up the boring lunchbox? Good things come in small packages, likewise good habits come in small steps. Make your change for the better by saving animals by just changing one meal for a month. I challenge you to follow me for the next 30 school days as I post a variety of satisfying recipes created with the lazy academician in mind (... um... easy ingredient vegan lunch food for a month... for all you too tired to read this). Try it, post pictures, share your versions, favorites, and suggestions!
What's twisty, tasty, and easy to eat on the run? Soft pretzels- without the animal products!! These things take only about an hour to make (includes prep time) and you can't mess them up. Seriously, they go with anything.